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Apple Will Now Fix iPhones With Third-Party Screen Repairs And Not Void Warranty

iPhones who had third-party screen repairs are now being accepted and fixed by Apple stores under warranty—but there’s a catch. Many electronic devices, not only limited to Apple iPhone devices, are very strict when it comes to offering warranty services to devices that have seen third-party alterations and repairs. Show More Summary

Google takes on Apple iMessage with enhanced SMS for Android - CNET

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Android Messages will deliver a serious texting upgrade and come loaded on phones sold by more than 27 mobile operators and device makers around the world.

Google has identified the issue with Bluetooth on Pixel devices

Google has let Pixel owners know that it has identified a fix for random Bluetooth disabling that has been happening with the phone on Nougat and an update will be rolling out soon.

MWC 2017 preview: What to expect from the show that’s missing its biggest star

The most recent Mobile World Congress trade shows in Barcelona, Spain, have brought us various interesting new devices, and this year promises to yield several next-generation smartphones as well. However, MWC 2017 will be missing the biggest star that should have been unveiled at the show. Show More Summary

Why the Galaxy S8 and iPhone 8 will be the only phones that matter this year

We’re about to see a variety of Android device makers introduce their best new smartphones models at MWC 2017, but many of these devices will have a huge disadvantage when it comes to competing against the best of the best. According...Show More Summary

Developer Submisson: YouDownload for YouTube just released for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile

If you want to download YouTube videos or you want to download videos as MP3 music files, this app is what you need! YouDownload will save any YouTube video or music on your device, so you can play them when you’re offline. Features: Using YouDownload you can download any YouTube video in any quality you […]

Is this the next ‘iPhone killer’?

In just a few days, a number of Android smartphone makers will unveil their best new devices, including various flagship handsets designed to compete directly with Apple’s latest iPhone. The Galaxy S8 will not be one of them, as Samsung...Show More Summary

Samsung Is Releasing a Massive New Galaxy S8+ With a 6.2-Inch Curved Screen

Samsung is poised to release a new version of the Galaxy S8. Courtesy of a leaked spec sheet, we find that the device will reportedly be even bigger than the Note 7, boasting a 6.2-inch curved screen. For reference, that is roughly the size of a phone book. Dubbed the S8+, the phone is of […]

Microsoft’s Surface devices are great, hopefully the next ones will be good

BBC’s Sherlock features a protagonist who is undoubtedly a “great” man. He is intelligent, resourceful and analytical in such a way that people cannot help but be awed by him. Yet despite these positive traits, there are issues with his character — deep rooted issues that cause other characters to acknowledge him as one which […]

Behold: This all-screen iPhone 8 with a Touch Bar looks like a game-changer

We're just days away from the start of the annual Mobile World Congress trade show in Barcelona, Spain, where the world's top Android device makers will show off their latest and greatest creations. LG will reportedly unveil its next-generation...Show More Summary

This high-tech air purifier will help you sleep better

Clair-S claims to help you get the rest you need. It’s an all-in-one device that sits neatly on your nightstand to make bedtime healthier and more convenient. Its air purifier boasts better performance than a HEPA filter to keep you breathing easy as you rest. Show More Summary

IoT JumpWay Intel® Edison Basic LED Example

Here you will find sample device scripts for connecting Intel® Edison to the TechBubble Technologies IoT JumpWay using the Python MQTT Library.

Razer's new Power Bank will recharge your stuff and be smart about it too

Despite all the advancements in processors, display, and GPUs in our mobile devices one thing that's still rough is batteries. Luckily, the tech around charging is improving, and you don't have to look further than Razer's new PowerShow More Summary

Surface Pro 5: Top 3 Rumored Features That Will Dominate The iPad Pro 2

The hybrid market is set to be very competitive this year, with the upcoming release of powerful devices such as the Surface Pro 5 and the iPad Pro 2. While Apple’s powerhouse tablet is set to be the tech giant’s most formidable mobile device yet, Microsoft’s champion in the hybrid stage appears to be a league beyond its biggest rival. Show More Summary

Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus specs leaked (almost) in their entirety

If you were curious to see what kind of hardware the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus will be working with, @evleaks just leaked out most of the device's specs.

Beyond The Hype, Verizon's 5G Wireless Rollout Is Just A Baby Step

For now, the 5G goodness will flow only to a few hundred homes and business—and only to indoor fixed modems, not mobile devices. For now, the 5G goodness will flow only to a few hundred homes and business—and only to indoor fixed modems, not mobile devices. Verizon said today it will launch "pre-commercial" 5G wireless service in 11 markets by mid-year. Read Full Story

FCC Opens Airwaves to New LTE-U Devices

Federal regulators said Wednesday that they will allow certain new wireless devices to use a portion of unlicensed airwaves now used largely for Wi-Fi, a move aimed at ending a long-running dispute between industries.

T-Mobile Rolling Out LTE-U

T-Mobile today said it is beginning to upgrade its 4G network with LTE-U this spring. LTE-U allows LTE to operate on the unlicensed spectrum in the 5 GHz band, which is typically reserved for WiFi. Devices equipped with LTE-U will take advantage of available 5 GHz spectrum when needed to boost speed and capacity. Show More Summary

Device will rapidly, accurately and inexpensively detect zika virus at airports and other sites

About the size of a tablet, a portable device that could be used in a host of environments like a busy airport or even a remote location in South America, may hold the key to detecting the dreaded Zika virus accurately, rapidly and inexpensively using just a saliva sample. Show More Summary

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