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Breaking Down The Google-HTC Deal: Here's What The Acquisition Means For Both Companies

Google has finalized the acquisition of a part of HTC's smartphone division for $1.1 billion. For Google, the transaction improves its hardware expertise, but for HTC, it comes as a necessity.

Google

It’s Official: Google Is Buying Part Of HTC’s Smartphone Team For $1.1 Billion, But HTC Will Remain

After rumors of Google’s alleged plan to acquire HTC, the company has now officially announced that it’s buying off a part of HTC’s smartphone team for $1.1 billion. The deal should help Google make better Pixel phones.

Business Tech

Waymo Wants Uber To Pay $2.6 Billion For Allegedly Stealing One Trade Secret

Alphabet’s Waymo is asking Uber to pay $2.6 billion in damages for a trade secret it claims one former Uber executive stole. The trial date for the high-stakes legal battle is set on Oct. 10.

Business Tech

Android One Version Of Moto X4 Joins Project Fi Lineup, Will Launch In The US For $399

Google and Motorola will release an Android One version of the Moto X4 in the United States for $399. On top of that, it will be available via Project Fi, the first non-Google handset in the lineup.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

The iOS 11 Control Center Buttons For Wi-Fi And Bluetooth Don't Work The Way You Think They Do

The revamped Control Center is one of the best new features of iOS 11, which Apple recently rolled out to supported devices. However, the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth buttons do not work the way that most users would think they do.

Apple September 20, 2017

Apple Watch Series 3 LTE Reliability Issues Might Make You Think Twice About Buying It

The Apple Watch Series 3 currently has reliability issues for its LTE connectivity feature. Apple will soon roll out a patch, but that might not be enough to solve the device's biggest problem.

Apple September 20, 2017

Apple Rolls Out iOS 11: Here Are Some Of The Best New Features To Try First

Apple has rolled out iOS 11 to all supported devices. The mobile operating system update introduces a long list of new features, and here are some of the best ones to try out.

Apple September 20, 2017

Think It’s Too Expensive? $999 iPhone X Is ‘Value Price,’ Says Apple Chief Tim Cook

Tim Cook doesn’t think the iPhone X is expensive. In 'Good Morning America,' the Apple chief addressed claims saying the company’s new flagship is too expensive.

Apple September 20, 2017

Amazon Fire HD 10 Is A Steal At $150: Features Full HD Screen, 10-Hour Battery, And Hands-Free Alexa

There’s a new tablet it town. Amazon’s new Fire HD 10 tablet, which costs a mere $150, is giving other devices a run for their money, especially with its Full HD screen, 10-hour battery, and hands-free Alexa.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 20, 2017

Pixel 2, Pixel XL 2 Leaked: What Else Will Google Unveil On Oct. 4?

Droid Life has leaked the Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2, which Google will unveil in its Oct. 4 event. Other devices planned for the event are a new laptop, an Amazon Echo Dot challenger, and an updated Daydream View.

Google September 20, 2017

August Just Redesigned Its Flagship Smart Lock, Equipped It With DoorSense, And Made It Cheaper

August has overhauled its smart locks line to deliver more security, improved battery life, and more mass-market appeal. The standard Smart Lock version now only costs $149, and it even comes with DoorSense, an amazing new security feature.

Smart Home September 19, 2017

T-Mobile Unlimited Data Throttling Cap To Increase From 32 GB to 50 GB: Is That Good Enough?

T-Mobile will soon increase the throttling cap of its unlimited data plan from 32 GB to 50 GB. Is that enough to last a month for most users, and will it attract more customers to switch carriers?

Internet September 19, 2017

Pi Wireless Charger Powers Up Your Phone From A Close Range, No Pads Or Wires Needed

Startup company Pi wants to change how wireless charging works. Instead of placing phones on pads, it wants people to have their devices charged simply by putting them within close range of the Pi Charger.

Gadgets September 19, 2017

Google Finally Rolls Out A Gmail Feature That Should Have Been Added Ages Ago: Prepare To See More Hyperlinks

Google is making Gmail better. On Android and iOS on mobile and the web, Gmail now has the ability to convert phone numbers, physical addresses, and email addresses into hyperlinks.

Apps/Software September 19, 2017

Moto G4 Plus To Receive Android 8.0 Oreo After All: G4, G4 Play Still Stuck With Nougat, Though

It's official: Motorola announces that Moto G4 Plus owners will get Andoid 8.0 Oreo after all. However, Moto G4 and G4 Play owners will have to be content with Nougat.

Apps/Software September 19, 2017

Sprint Offers Customers Free iPhone 8 Deal: Here's What You Need To Do

Sprint has launched a free iPhone 8 deal for new and existing subscribers. Here are the requirements to take advantage of the offer, which will allow customers to take an 18-month lease on the iPhone 8 for $0 per month.

Apple September 19, 2017

You Can Finally Disable The Annoying Bixby Button On Your Samsung Galaxy S8 And Note 8

Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8 owners now have the option to disable the Bixby button via the latest update, but remapping the dedicated key is still not allowed.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 19, 2017

CCleaner Users, Update Right Now: Hackers Injected Malware Into The App, Infecting 2.3 Million

Users of the popular Windows app CCleaner should immediately check if the software installed in their computers are of the latest version. Hackers have compromised one version of the program by injecting malware into its official installation package.

Security September 18, 2017

iOS 11 Is Almost Here: How To Update When It Arrives, Top New Features, And More

iOS 11, Apple’s most significant software update in years, will officially launch on Sept. 19. It brings a new Files app, Split View, drag and drop, an upgraded App Store, and so much more.

Apps/Software September 18, 2017

How Much Does The $1,000 iPhone X Cost To Make? Maybe Not As Low As Apple Wants

Chinese industry insiders estimated how much it costs to make an iPhone X. The profit margin for the $1,000 smartphone might not be as high as Apple would have wanted though.

Apple September 18, 2017

Love It Or Hate It, The iPhone X Is Important For Android

The iPhone X is Apple’s newest iPhone, but it’s also the company’s most radically redesigned phone yet. Even so, does it deserve a place in the smartphone landscape?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 18, 2017

Waymo vs Uber: Alphabet Pushes To Postpone Legal Battle Over Self-Driving Car Secrets

After acquiring the 'due diligence' report from Uber, Alphabet is now asking to postpone the trial scheduled in October, saying it needs 'additional time to pursue this mountain of new evidence.'

Business Tech September 18, 2017

Verizon Is Dropping 8,500 Rural Customers From Its Network: Here's Why

Verizon will drop 8,500 customers by Oct. 17, offering them no options to continue their plans. The company says these customers are using more data than they’re paying for.

Internet September 18, 2017

Instagram Now Autoplays All Videos With Sound: No Need To Tap Videos Each Time

Instagram is changing its approach to autoplaying video. Soon, users won’t have to tap each content they want to watch with sound because the app will remember their choice and play sound automatically for the rest of each session.

Apps/Software September 18, 2017

The Pirate Bay Gives Torrent Links, But Hijacks PC In Return With A Bitcoin Miner

The Pirate Bay gives torrent links, but it is now also taking back from its users by hijacking their computers to mine Bitcoins. Here's what you can do to stop the Javascript code from slowing down your PC.

Internet September 17, 2017

South Park Messed With Everyone's Amazon Echo And Google Home: Here's What Happened

The premiere episode of 'South Park' season 21 tackled the white nationalist movement that rocked Charlottesville, Virginia. To lighten the mood, the episode also triggered Amazon Echo and Google Home devices multiple times.

Smart Home September 16, 2017

Facebook Has Reportedly Given Special Counsel Robert Mueller More Details About Russian Ad Spending

Facebook has reportedly given special counsel Robert Mueller more information about Russian ad spending on its network during the 2016 presidential election. This is the latest development in the investigation of President Donald Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.

Internet September 16, 2017

iPhone X To Have Supply Problems Well Into The First Half Of 2018, Says Analyst

An analyst has speculated that it will be very hard to find an iPhone X all the way through the first half of 2018. There are a couple of reasons why Apple is facing supply constraints.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 16, 2017

Vevo Just Got Hacked: 3.12 TB Of Videos, Documents, And More Released By OurMine

Over 3 TB of data were stolen from Vevo by OurMine and uploaded online briefly. It wasn’t supposed to be published publicly, but Vevo made a huge mistake.

Security September 16, 2017

Craig Federighi Tells Everything You Need To Know About Face ID On iPhone X

Face ID is quite probably the biggest feature on iPhone X, but it has raised several security concerns. Apple exec Craig Federighi has addressed such concerns in a new interview, explaining how accurate, fast, and secure Face ID is.

Apple September 16, 2017

Google Chrome To Automatically Block Autoplay Videos With Sound And Allow Users To Mute Sites

Google will soon bring changes to Chrome that will make users less annoyed with autoplaying videos. The browser will soon block autoplaying content with sound and let users mute sites individually.

Google September 16, 2017

Apple Kills Watch Series 2: It’s Either The Original Apple Watch Or Series 3

The Apple Watch Series 2 is now officially dead. With the new Apple Watch Series 3 having LTE, Apple simply couldn’t see the relevance of its second-generation smartwatch.

Wearable Tech September 15, 2017

Google Parent Alphabet Adds To Uber's Problems With Rumored $1 Billion Investment In Lyft

Google parent Alphabet is reportedly considering to make a $1 billion investment into ride-hailing startup Lyft. This would make it an even bigger thorn on the side of Uber, which is in a legal battle with Alphabet's self-driving unit Waymo.

Business Tech September 15, 2017

Here’s A List Of Motorola Phones Getting Android Oreo: No Moto G4 And Moto G4 Plus, Sorry

Motorola has published a list of phones that are getting an Android Oreo 8.0 update. It’s quite a hefty list, sure, but compatibility will still depend on carriers.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 15, 2017

Rumored Bose QuietComfort 35 II Headphones Will Have Google Assistant And Here's What You Can Do With It

Bose will release a new pair of smart wireless headphones. Several leaks suggest that the company’s new QuietComfort 35 II will be powered with Google Assistant, cost the same as its predecessor, and also have 20 hours of battery life.

Gadgets September 15, 2017

Google Pays Women Less Than Men, Puts Them In Positions Where They’re Less Likely To Be Promoted, Lawsuit Claims

Former Google employees have filed a lawsuit accusing Google of paying women less for the same work as men and assigning them positions where they’re less likely to get promoted. This is the latest rupture in Silicon Valley’s sexism problem.

Google September 15, 2017

Let’s Talk About That Notch On The iPhone X: Worst Design Decision By Apple In Years?

With an almost bezel-less display and a notch at the top, the iPhone X is perhaps Apple’s most radically designed iPhone yet but radically doesn’t always mean good.

Apple September 15, 2017

The Essential Phone Will Bring Back The Headphone Jack; Android 8.0 Oreo Update Coming Soon

In a Reddit AMA with Andy Rubin, it was revealed that the Essential Phone will revive the headphone jack through an accessory, and that the Android 8.0 Oreo update is coming soon. Will you be buying the $700 smartphone now?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 14, 2017

The iPhone X Can Keep Up With The MacBook Pro, Thanks To The A11 Bionic Chip

Benchmark scores have shown that the iPhone X is capable of keeping up with the latest 13-inch MacBook Pro. The amazing performance is made possible by the latest Apple processor, the A11 Bionic chip.

Apple September 15, 2017

Google Puts Up Billboard For Oct. 4 Event: Can The Pixel 2 Take The Spotlight Away From The iPhone X?

Google has put up a billboard confirming an event on Oct. 4 that’ll be about asking more of your phone. This is most definitely the reveal date for the new Pixel 2 and Pixel XL 2.

Google September 14, 2017

Polaroid Is Back With The $99 OneStep 2 Instant Camera, But Film Packs Are Going To Cost You A Lot

The Impossible Project, under a new brand called Polaroid Originals, is trying to bring back instant photography. To achieve this, it has unveiled the new OneStep 2 camera, the spiritual successor to the 1977 original.

Gadgets September 14, 2017

While Everyone Was Distracted With The iPhone X Reveal, Apple Made Some iPad Pro Models $50 More Expensive

Apple just made most of its iPad Pro models $50 more expensive for some reason. These iPad Pro devices have not been changed in any way, however.

Apple September 14, 2017

Did The iPhone X Face ID Feature Really Fail Onstage? Here's What May Have Happened At The Apple Event

Something went wrong during the demonstration of the iPhone X's Face ID feature at Apple's Sept. 12 event. Did the facial recognition technology fail, or is there another explanation?

Apple September 14, 2017

About 5.3 Billion Bluetooth Devices At Risk Of Malware Via 'BlueBorne' Exploit

Security firm Armis says a newly identified Bluetooth exploit called 'BlueBorne' is putting almost 5.3 billion devices in danger of malware, including Android, iOS, Windows, and Linux devices.

Gadgets September 13, 2017

The New Apple Watch Series 3 No Longer Needs To Be Connected To Your iPhone

The Apple Watch Series 3 will come with cellular capabilities, so an iPhone connection will no longer be needed to make the most out of the smartwatch. Preorders for the new Apple Watch will start on Sept. 15.

Apple September 13, 2017

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