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Entry-level Samsung Galaxy A01 headed to the US

Back in December, Samsung announced both the Galaxy A71 and Galaxy A51. The A series of smartphones from Samsung tend to be more budget-oriented, with a feature or two which aims to help them stand out against the competition. Shortly after both of those aforementioned devices were announced, the company quietly revealed another addition to the A series...

US Justice Department reportedly plans to investigate Google for antitrust violations

Following a $5 billion fine imposed by the European Commission, Google changed how it packaged search applications and browser choices on Android devices sold in the EU. That came only a few years after Google was forced to pay $2.7 billion for manipulating search results to prioritize its own shopping services. The company is also...

Google is expanding Pixel 3 eSIM support to more carriers around the world

eSIM is the latest and greatest iteration of the SIM card, in that it doesn't even have a physical form. Rather than putting a SIM card in your phone or watch, you can effectively store the SIM data on the device itself. Gone are the days of fumbling about with a tiny piece of plastic and...

OnePlus 6T comes in a new Thunder Purple color for Europe and America

The recently launched OnePlus 6T is a hit - not just among consumers, but reviewers as well. Revered for its excellent battery life and teardrop notch, there's a lot to love about the OnePlus 6T. The removal of the headphone jack and LED notification dot may be a deal breaker for some, but it's already...

OnePlus 6T in America: What you need to know about using it on T-Mobile or Verizon

The OnePlus 6T was just announced today and it'll go on sale in 33 markets, including the United States. Just like the OnePlus 6, you can buy the OnePlus 6T straight from OnePlus.com if you're in the United States. However, OnePlus has partnered with T-Mobile to sell the OnePlus 6T in retail stores. In addition, the...

Everything we know about the OnePlus 6T: Waterdrop notch, In-display Fingerprint Scanner, and more (also: win a 6T!)

The OnePlus 6T is coming soon - it goes on sale in November, in fact - arriving only a few months after the OnePlus 6. By now, users will be used to OnePlus' twice-a-year release schedule, once around summer time and once in the fall. The "T" variant of OnePlus devices don't tend to make...

US government employees will not be allowed to use Huawei & ZTE devices

Following the resurrection of ZTE after their near collapse, the company is not out of the water yet. We saw Texan Republican Michael Conaway propose a bill earlier this year which would effectively ban US Government Employees (and contractors) from using Huawei and ZTE devices. That bill has since been signed by President Donald Trump...

National Infrastructure Commission Reveals Britain is 54th In Global 4G Coverage (USA 10th)

The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC), the British agency in charge of advising the government on matters of infrastructure such as the energy market and transportation, has released their report on mobile connectivity. In March of 2016, the Commission was tasked with answering the following question:"What does the UK need to do to become a world...