The Trump administration, for all its worth, has slammed its tentacles into our mobile technology conversations in several ways over the past year and change. From net neutrality to investigations into carriers and tech manufacturers, we’ve got our plates full.
Sprint and T-Mobile are coming together (again), the iPhone SE 2 has its 17 seconds of fame and Apple is getting its Shazam jinxed. All that and your letters to us on the Pocketnow Weekly!
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Pocketnow Weekly 302
April 27, 2018
- Huawei: Department of Justice looking at sanction violations
- Moto G: 70 million sales so far, will G6 help get it to 100 million?
- iPhone SE 2: Here’s an interesting video for you…
- Sprint and T-Mobile: Yes, it happened. More next week.
- Xiaomi: The 5 percent limit
- Apple and Shazam: EU’s antitrust doubts
- Net neutrality: Is it dead? Is it dead now? Is it dead yet?
- Windows 10 Mobile: Premature depletion
- $799 Macbook: Wasim looks at the prospects of a cheaper notebook
- OPPO F7: Amiel says you don’t need a 25-megapixel selfie (The Verge opinion)
See you soon!