Category Archives: Android

Is unlimited data a good idea for carriers?

With the return of unlimited data, we have to ask ourselves if it’s a good idea. Sure, it’s great for customers, but what about the carriers themselves? The post Is unlimited data a good idea for carriers? appeared first on … Continue reading

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Shopping for phones is still a mess of hidden details

They get you with the fine print, then make the fine print hard to find. I spent the better part of last week digging through websites, calling representatives and generally pulling my hair out trying to sort out all the … Continue reading

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Meet the new BlackBerry KEYone! (Video)

Previewed at CES back in January, the TCL-made BlackBerry KEYone, aka Mercury, is fully unveiled at MWC, and we have the early hands-on video to prove it. The post Meet the new BlackBerry KEYone! (Video) appeared first on Pocketnow. Pocketnow

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BlackBerry KEYone vs. BlackBerry Priv: Lock, stock and mobile

BlackBerry Mercury morphs into the KEYone, and the Priv is still all about your privilege. Which one is better for you, though? There are only two Android-based BlackBerrys with keyboards, and while they share a few key features, at their … Continue reading

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Oreo Dunk Challenge co-opted by Google’s The ZOO creative agency

If you find the apparent winking painful, you should know that this game isn’t an allusion to Android Oreo, but purposed for a sweepstakes. The post Oreo Dunk Challenge co-opted by Google’s The ZOO creative agency appeared first on Pocketnow. … Continue reading

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