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T-Mobile Ad Takes Shots At Verizon, Asks Why Big Red Doesn't Offer Unlimited Data Like The Un-Carrier [Video]

T-Mobile used dogs to attack Verizon's decision to impose a 200 GB data cap. The carrier touted its newer and faster LTE infrastructure to highlight its credentials as a better alternative.


Foxconn, Sharp May Still Build An LCD Manufacturing Plant In The US: Report

Sharp states that it is carefully considering the possibility of building an LCD facility in the United States. Some sources estimate that it will cost around $8 billion if it will be as large as the similar Sharp LCD facility in Guangzhou, China.

Business Tech

Awesome Games Done Quick 2017 Breaks Record, Raises $2.2 Million For Fight Against Cancer

The Awesome Games Done Quick 2017 was able to smash its previous record of amount raised for charity. The speedrunning event drew more than 43,000 donations overall and will benefit the Prevent Cancer Foundation.


Facebook To Start Testing Anti-Fake News Tools In Germany

Facebook has announced that it will besting a fake news filtering tool in Germany in the coming weeks. The social media company is under pressure to introduce steps against misinformation that many believe is undermining democracy.


'Sonic Mania' Is The Retro Game For Nintendo Switch: A Closer Look At The Hedgehog And His Buddies

Sega has confirmed that a reimagined Sonic game called 'Sonic Mania' is heading to the Nintendo Switch in spring. The 2D game should delight fans on account of new content, bosses, characters, and skills.

Video Games

Verizon's Jetpack MiFi 7730L Supports Up To 15 Devices, And The Mobile Hotspot Is Available Now

Verizon's new Jetpack MiFi 7730L is being targeted for groups on the road requiring lots of data. The device is equipped with LTE Advanced that can reach up to 50 percent faster peak speeds in more than 450 cities.

Internet January 14, 2017

HTC 10's Android Nougat Update Rollout Hits A Snag As Bugs Turn Up

A still unconfirmed announcement states that HTC has halted the rollout of its Android Nougat update for the HTC 10 after users complained of bugs and problems. The statement came from HTC's subsidiary in Germany.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 14, 2017

Microsoft Acquires Deep Learning Startup Maluuba: Company's AI Efforts Beefing Up

Microsoft announced that it has agreed to acquire Maluuba, a startup in the business of natural language processing and building computers that can think like people. It also employs an AI expert that Microsoft seems very interested to employ.

Microsoft January 14, 2017

New LG Smartwatch Gets FCC Certification: Android Wear 2.0, LTE Connectivity In Tow

One of LG's rumored new smartwatches has surfaced via a leaked FCC document. It could be the latest wearable in the LG Watch Urbane smartwatch range and possibly what Google has previously identified as Angelfish.

Wearable Tech January 14, 2017

ElliQ Is The Amazon Echo Alternative That Takes Care Of The Elderly

Despite its similarities to the Amazon Echo, ElliQ offers several nifty tricks that sets it apart as a smart assistant. It is primarily aimed to become a truly intuitive companion, helpful to senior citizens.

Smart Home January 13, 2017

Tesla's Supercharging Fees For New Owners Detailed: How Much Will Customers Pay To Juice Up Their EVs?

Tesla has already announced the cost of charging at its Supercharger stations after Jan. 15. In the United States, pricing is fixed by state and is significantly lower than the price of gasoline.

Car Tech January 13, 2017

Opera Neon Brings Drastic Changes To The Windows And Mac Browsing Experience

Opera has released a concept browser called Neon, which is quite astonishing both in its presentation and its sheer ambition. It is already available for download so you can try out the new design.

Internet January 13, 2017

Snapchat Makes Finding Friends, Groups, And Stories Easier With A Universal Search Bar

Snapchat dropped a big update that will make it easier and faster for users to find content, contacts, and features that they want. It is also expected to rake in more ad revenue for the company.

Internet January 13, 2017

Apple Class-Action Lawsuit Over App Store Monopoly Revived By US Appeals Court

Apple is now fair game. According to a U.S. appellate court, the public can now begin suing the company for its practice, which a group of iPhone users claim as anticompetitive.

Apple January 12, 2017

Xbox Boss Phil Spencer: Microsoft To Still 'Take Risks' Despite 'Scalebound' Cancellation

Microsoft is moving to appease disappointed fans after 'Scalebound's' cancellation. Xbox top honcho Phil Spencer is now pushing upcoming titles to reassure players in its platform that the company is committed to building new and diverse titles.

Video Games January 12, 2017

Instagram Stories Gets Full-Screen Ads As Daily User Base Reaches 150 Million

Instagram began embedding non-intrusive ads into its users Stories beginning Jan. 11. They contain unclickable promotional contents that will be paid according to the impressions they generate.

Business Tech January 12, 2017

Another 772,000 Honda, Acura Vehicles Get Recalled Due To Takata Airbags Possibly Exploding And Shooting Metal Shrapnel

Honda announced the latest batch of vehicles affected by the recall caused by defective Takata airbags. This is the second phase for the automaker since the recall was enforced by NHTSA last year.

Car Tech January 12, 2017

Nexus 6 Gets Speakerphone Echo Issues After Installing Android 7.1.1 Nougat Update

Several Nexus 6 owners are now complaining that the much-awaited Android 7.1.1 Nougat update appears to have sabotaged their speakerphones. They are now currently relying on a temporary fix to carry out phone conversations.

Google January 12, 2017

'Shovel Knight' Confirmed To Get Nintendo Switch Port, New Name, Standalone Campaigns, And More

Developers announced that the beloved retro side scroller 'Shovel Knight' will see big changes this 2017. These include a name change, a price increase, and, of course, a new content.

Video Games January 11, 2017

Facebook Announces New Journalism Project To Build Stronger Ties With The News Industry

Facebook announced a new initiative called the Facebook Journalism Project, which could make the social media network a better platform for journalists. It is also created in part to address the proliferation of fake news.

Internet January 11, 2017

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