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Among many of them is the fact that Facebook collected the metadata of Android users' phone calls and text messages. The company says it was an opt-in procedure, but screenshots make the practice more vague than it seems.
Facebook has been scraping the metadata of calls and messages sent from Android phones for a long, long time. We're only finding about it now because of the backlash from the Cambridge Analytica saga.
Perhaps the one thing your phone didn't need was another way to text and call people. But maybe that's where your tablet and Alexa can kick in.
Apple is finally looking into complaints from a relatively small number of iPhone X users unable to see who is calling them when they should.
Google Home owners can make calls with their device, but most won't be able to link their phone number to it — except for Project Fi and Google Voice users.
There's a remote possibility that VoIP services can be used, but would the experience be worth taking up? That and more from KGI's Apple analyst.
AT&T is second, Sprint is third, but T-Mobile is a most improved fourth and may be biting at some yellow towers soon enough.
When you buy a phone, mission one for the thing is to communicate. And with new features tacked onto the calls side and the iMessage side, we have plenty of communication going on.
New APIs for the call experience on iOS 10 can integrate plenty of neat-o features like voicemail transcription and enhanced identification of spam calls with third-party extensions (like through Tencent). If you have an iPhone for work, you can also route your personal iPhone calls through that work device.
Messages got a whole bunch of enhancements, starting with rich links that [...]