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Just because Apple makes the iPhone you use doesn't mean you should be left with push notifications bothering you to subscribe to Apple Music.
The consequences? A fairly large cut in monthly wages and demotions. All for a tweet that wasn't just a simple mistake, but tipped the political tide.
Okay, this stuff happens. Most workplaces don't really care about what your personal phone is and we do a lot of work on them. But this fail was odd.
It was supposed to be a random chance event where 10 lucky customers could get a phone for £1. But that wasn't made obvious to the public.
How does sexual misconduct at Google reflect on Android? Also on ouir show, we discuss Xiaomi's politics and talk with a DIY phone creator.
The data breach allowed app developers to collect data from not only consenting users, but those who shared private data with those users.
The actual hardware has been revealed to feature a few changes and a couple of similarities to previous Chromecasts that aren't at all impressive.
The most premium version of the already top-end RED Hydrogen One has failed to turn out at the factories, so the CEO is doing something about it.
In fact, any smartphone owner who had Android Pie on their device was susceptible to this seemingly random toggling of power saver settings...
The P30 and P30 Note are out in China, but someone pushed the Motorola webpage a little too early for the P30 Play. And there's everything we need to know.
The graphic on this teaser is a little wrong and there's a little something off when the little trinket doesn't exactly go along with the theme suggested.
A $44 billion deal is going down the drain because it needs approval from Chinese regulators. The US and China are in a complicated relationship right now.
Analysts predicted that consumer-side costs would go up if a Sprint/T-Mobile merger were to go through. Without a merger, they still might go up.
It's the second failure of negotiations in four years and leaves the carriers to fend for themselves against market leaders AT&T and Verizon.
T-Mobile might throw its weight around these days, bragging about a big spectrum grab and its rush to cover more ground with it this year. But the consumer-side hardware has to be there — and the Un-carrier said it would be there. Sadly, it won’t be there if we’re talking about the phone we’ve talked about all day long: the Galaxy Note8.
A company spokesperson told BGR that the Note8 won’t support LTE Band 71, the new classification for 600MHz spectrum in conversion from television signals right now. It’s a disappointing move, considering that [...]
Back in October, chairman Jia Yueting said that the company had 500 employees in the US "with more being added each week."
The Chinese electronics manufacturer is said to be going through withdrawal pains as a factor of its aggressive spending and financial misdirection.
Employees got checks today that were supposed to come in on Friday. It's the latest rumored development of many that put the company in bad shape.
One source claims that Samsung put a lot of money into getting it working, but component-maker Synaptics couldn't make it happen.
Those who have signed up for an Honor ID to participate in the forums or keep up with what's going on at the company will keep those creds.
What the crowd envisioned to be the Hawkeye was not what ZTE brought to Kickstarter. People weren't happy. So, the company listened.
Blancco Technology Group reported that this is the first time Apple's mobile operating system bit more dust than Google's.
The taco emoji. That’s it, thanks for reading.
In any year, you’ll get to see some major projects or startups put to bed. You’ll get products that come out of the factories just fine (at least with the quality assurance staff) and then up conking out in your face seconds after you open the box. And there’s always the unforced error. You know, the consumer flop that an R&D team somewhere thought would be a big hit.
We don’t take pleasure in exploiting hapless manufacturers through news and opinion pieces. But it wouldn’t be fair of [...]