There was news late last year that Google was to launch a local server in Cuba under the Google Global Cache (GGC) brand, and now the new Google server officially went live in the country. This is a notable turn of events considering the former diplomatic isolation of Cuba, a Western hemisphere country where Internet […]
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It’s all change at Verizon’s Go90 streaming venture with reports that Vessel is now driving the service after the departure of GM Chip Canter. The former NBCU executive joined the Verizon video service in April 2016 but has parted ways with the company. According to former employees, it was always going to be a hard […]
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A new smartphone case aimed at preventing device addiction in children has just been announced. Parents can control their children’s device use with the Otomos smartphone case, which works in conjunction with an app. The case can be controlled remotely with a parent’s own smartphone, or through a website, to limit the daily use of […]
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There have already been plenty of signs that a phone thought to be the new version of Samsung’s Galaxy J7 is on the way. This includes an appearance at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the US. Now a further sighting at the FCC for model SM-J730FM/DS reveals that the Dual SIM version has also […]
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The Nokia 3310 (2017) feature phone was formally announced in late February with a Q2 release date. It was unveiled as a handset with 2G connectivity (well, 2.5G, technically), although a recent Nokia 3310 price spot indicated that a 3G version could also become available. However, after a rush of initial excitement, the rumor of […]
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The Withings Steel HR released in October last year and now a 36mm Special Edition Leather option of the analog health watch has been announced. It’s a more expensive choice than the regular versions, but for the extra money, it comes in a stylish and attractive gift box. The price is $229.95 and the total […]
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus on T-Mobile are already being treated to early updates. The new flagship smartphones received an official release date of April 21 when they were announced, but some people who pre-ordered the devices from the US carrier were fortunate enough to get their hands on them a little sooner […]
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Following a plethora of leaks and rumors, the Xiaomi Mi 6 will be officially announced in just a few more days, or April 19 to be precise. Leaked images of the upcoming smartphone so far have provided conflicting information about the design of the device. Now there has been a purported Xiaomi Mi 6 case […]
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The University of Exeter has been working on new multilevel, flexible, ultrafast memory devices, and this would be a significant advance in the development of devices such as bendable phones, televisions, and even smart clothing. Engineering talents have detailed small but high-capacity memories that will be ideal for flexible devices including smartphones. Additionally, these new […]
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The United States Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Amazon have dropped appeals against an earlier court ruling, leading to a possibility of up to $70 million in refunds for consumers. The case in question relates to in-app charges, or more specifically, those relating to unauthorized in-app purchases made by children. The news means that affected […]
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