T-Mobile apparently plans to implement some seriously sweeping changes in the way that consumers lease and buy smartphones, and will be getting back to working with manufacturers on T-Mobile branded devices, according to a report from Android Authority. The whole thing is supposedly going to be tied to Magenta’s next Un-Carrier move. They allegedly got a […]
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What seems to be the Oppo F3, carrying the model number Oppo CPH1609, has made its way though both GFXBench and Geekbench. According to both benchmarks, the Oppo F3 will likely be powered by a MediaTek MT6750T, a Mediatek SoC composed of an octa-core ARM Cortex A53 CPU with four cores clocked at 1.5GHz and the other […]
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Facing charges of Intellectual Property theft and industrial espionage, the head of Uber’s autonomous car project, Mr. Anthony Levandowski, has stepped down from his position as the head of the the company’s Advanced Technologies group, which is in charge of the autonomous vehicles project. According to an email sent by Mr. Levandowski to his team […]
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Chrome already marks HTTP pages as “Not secure” in the Omnibox when entering in passwords or financial information, and as of October 2017, the list of times HTTP pages will have the warning displayed will be increasing. Any page where a user is typing anything at all, be it a forum post or a captcha, […]
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There is some evidence to suggest that the folks over at Google are already testing the Google Pixel 2, or at least one of the new Pixel phones. This comes from code commits in AOSP that were recently spotted which seem to indicate that one of the three new phones from Google might already be […]
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The Google Assistant SDK Developer Preview is now live, which means that developers will now have access to the tools that will allow them to integrate Google Assistant with whatever hardware they choose. As Google describes it developers will be able to build their own hardware and incorporate Google Assistant into it so they can […]
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Google’s Chrome browser has historically been a holdout on full support for animated PNG files, requiring users to use a special browser extension, but that is no longer necessary as of version 59 of Chrome. While the feature will likely not trickle down to older versions, Chrome 59 is already available in the Dev and […]
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The Philips Hue Starter kit is currently on sale over at Amazon, coming down to just $169. That’s $30 off of its regular price, and the lowest price we’ve seen so far. This is the third generation starter kit and it does both white and color light bulbs, so it’s not the cheaper white bulb-only […]
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Facebook is currently in the process of testing an experimental floating button designed for video suggestions, as several users of the most popular social network on the planet noticed the new feature in the main Android app of the service, Android Police reports. A number of screenshots proving the existence of the button show the […]
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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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