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T-Mobile announces data rollover, but don’t call it that

In T-Mobile’s latest Uncarrier move, which came with almost no forewarning and not much fanfare, the carrier has announced “Data Stash” – essentially rollover for

December 16, 2014 Android, Editorials, Tips & Deals
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The OnePlus One might be the best spiritual successor to the Nexus 5

The new Motorola made Nexus 6 is one powerful smartphone, there can be little doubt about that. For many Android users, it is the epitome

November 16, 2014 Android, Editorials
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Prediction: Android L will be called Lollipop

Lots of possibilities¬†have been thrown around as potential names for the next version of Android, which until now is known simply as Android L –

October 14, 2014 Android, Editorials, Good and EVO
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Why some of your favorite sites will be perpetually “loading” today

Some of your favorite sites like Netflix, Etsy, Foursquare, and others will display spinning loading wheels all day today, as part of “Internet Slowdown Day.”

September 10, 2014 Editorials, Features, Good and EVO
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T-Mobile’s new Uncarrier prepaid plan is more yawn-inducing the last announcement

If you remember, not that long ago T-Mobile tried to hype up its Uncarrier 5.0 announcement. It turned out to be a seven-day iPhone trial,

August 13, 2014 Android, Editorials, Features
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T-Mobile is going to start throttling data abusers, but it’s not as bad as you might think

News broke earlier today that T-Mobile would begin throttling its heaviest data users (and abusers) – those who torrent and those who use various hacks

August 13, 2014 Android, Editorials, Good and EVO
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Virgin Mobile gives net neutrality a slap in the face by asking customers to pay for access to certain apps like Facebook or Pandora

Earlier this morning, Virgin Mobile announced new prepaid plans that are being billed as a way to give parents more control over their children’s mobile

July 30, 2014 Android, Editorials, Good and EVO
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Update: My ASUS router saga is finally over

Remember all the trouble I’ve been having with my ASUS router – and with getting ASUS to honor its warranty? (In case you missed it,

July 29, 2014 Accessories, Editorials, Features
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Apple WWDC 2014 announcement roundup

This year’s Worldwide Developer Conference has just wrapped up. The event was pretty sparse of consumer products – there weren’t even any hardware announcements! –

June 02, 2014 Apple, Editorials
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New changes to Android 4.5 – the end of root??!? – No.

You may have read some places that there’s a possible change coming to the next version of Android which makes the system partition unwritable on

June 02, 2014 Android, Editorials, Good and EVO
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