Keeping up its Uncarrier agenda, CEO John Legere took to T-Mobile’s blog, as well as YouTube, to announce Smartphone Equality, a new program that benefits every single T-Mobile customer who pays their bill on time. (more…)
After today’s news of Google looking to possibly become a wireless carrier that uses T-Mobile and Sprint networks for service, our comments section exploded. Right now, we know very little other than this service could launch this year.
Putting aside the lack of information, if Google made a prepaid/postpaid type of service plan, based on pricing and coverage areas of both Sprint and T-Mobile, is this something that would interest you?
Clearly, we all have a fondness for Google, but let’s hear your take and honest opinion on if you think Google could make this work.
Taking place currently on the DL Deals Store is an Android smartwatch giveaway, allowing you to choose whichever prize you would like. Listed is a Moto 360, LG G Watch R, or a Samsung Gear 2. Do note, the Moto 360 and G Watch R are Android Wear devices, while the Gear 2 runs Samsung’s smartwatch OS called Tizen. The Gear 2 is only compatible with Samsung-made smartphones, while the Moto 360 and G Watch R can be synced to any Android device. (more…)
Google pushed updates out this morning to Docs, Sheets, and Slides. The suite is for people who use Google’s ecosystem for editing and sharing documents, either for work or pleasure.
In the update, Google brought more focus to mobile editing tools, such as real-time spell-checking in documents, hiding rows and columns in spreadsheets, and grouping shapes in presentations. Overall, Google wants to bring a more desktop-like experience to mobile app users. (more…)
WhatsApp, one of the world’s largest messaging services, just became easier to access for those who do not want to pay a monthly service provider for data. Announced this morning, WhatSIM allows users to connect WhatsApp to any of 400 operators in 150 countries. WhatSIM only costs €10 upfront, with no monthly payments or expiration. (more…)
After learning that the upcoming Galaxy S6 will not feature a Snapdragon 810 processor, and could in fact be unveiled during MWC, the phone’s entire spec rundown has been reportedly leaked, thanks to BGR.
Not only did BGR get a complete reported spec list, but they have even seen photos of the device. However, to keep their source safe, they did not post the photos. From the spec list, the Galaxy S6 sounds rather nice, even without Qualcomm’s silicon inside. (more…)