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T-Mobile’s Digits launches May 31 to bring one number to multiple devices

Way back in December of last year, T-Mobile officially announced Digits, a way to make your phone number accessible across a variety of different devices. At the time, T-Mobile said it was “the future of the phone number.” Well, that future is just about upon us, because T-Mobile has confirmed that Digits [...]

Android Wear 2.0 is beginning to roll out to owners of the 2nd gen Moto 360

Motorola has confirmed it has started rolling out the Android Wear 2.0 update to owners of the Moto 360 2nd Gen, with some owners receiving the update as early as today.

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Andy Rubin’s company, Essential, has “something big coming” on May 30th

Andy Rubin's new company, Essential, has teased that "something big" is coming on May 30th. This is likely the smartphone that Rubin teased back in March.

Magikarp Jump is a game that gives meaning to the most useless Pokemon ever

Be sure to download the latest Pokemon game for Android known as Magikarp Jump.

The end is nigh: The OnePlus 3T is close to being discontinued

In a post on the OnePlus Forums, the company shared that stock of the OnePlus 3T is diminishing, leading to speculation that the device is nearing the end of its life as we near the launch of

Samsung introduces a 9.1-inch stretchable AMOLED display

Samsung is at SID this week showing off their latest display innovations. The company brought with them the world's first 9.1-inch stretchable AMOLED panel.

The Kodak Ektra hits your nostalgia bone and is available in the US for $399.99

After being announced in October 2016, the Kodak Ektra is now available for purchase in the US for $399.99 from Kodak directly.

You’ll need to be careful buying a Pixel or Pixel XL if it was bought through Project Fi

It seems that at least one user is seeing his new Pixel XL being blacklisted after purchasing it through Swapppa after the device was initially activated through Project Fi.

Lenovo says their brand isn’t going anywhere

It was believed Lenovo would eventually look to roll all their mobile efforts under the Moto brand for their global strategy, but it seems they don't like that idea.

Google Photos finally has an archive feature

Google seems to be rolling out a new archive feature for Google Photos. We've been waiting for this since, like, forever.

New images show off the Sony Xperia XZ Premium in red

A new leak shows off the Sony Xperia XZ Premium in a previously-unannounced red color variant. It's likely this color will be made available in Japan, but it's unknown whether we'll see an International launch.

Here’s how Google plans to make money from Google Assistant

At the Google Marketing Next conference, Google's SVP of ads and commerce shared how the company plans to monetize purchases made using Google Assistant.

T-Mobile’s DIGITS rolling out to everyone May 31st

T-Mobile has announced widespread availability of their new DIGITS feature. It'll arrive free for all current T-Mobile customers starting May 31st.

HTC Link is a semi-standalone VR headset launching today

HTC today announced availability of a new VR headset of theirs known as the HTC Link. It's a standalone unit made to be paired with the HTC U11.

Xiaomi Mi Max 2 unveiled with massive 5,300mAh battery

The next Mi is here and it has a massive battery. Xiaomi announced the Mi Max 2 today. It's a mid-range phablet device with one standout feature: a 5,300 mAh battery.

Moto 360 (2nd Gen.) could receive Android Wear 2.0 update as early as today

According to the official Motorola Support Twitter account, the Moto 360 (2nd Gen.) could be receiving the Android Wear 2.0 update as early as today.

New Android exploit lets hackers draw ‘invisible grids’ to steal your information

The new attack vector, which affects Android up to 7.1.2, makes your phone potentially vulnerable to clickjacking, keystroke recording, and more.

HTC U11 Edge Sense: what can it do?

The HTC U11 is the world's most squeezable smartphone, thanks to its new Edge Sense feature. But what exactly can you do with it?

Andy Rubin’s Essential teases a big announcement for May 30

We're going to find out a lot more about Andy Rubin's Essential smartphone next Tuesday, May 30.

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