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If you're taking your Google Fi phone to any of these 33 countries, you'll be able to get on LTE for the same rates as you do at home!
Shortly after rumors piled on about recent internal shakeups with Google's messaging clients, Google came to confirm the news: Allo is dead.
The update allows Samsung Messages to support T-Mobile's new RCS protocol, but it also apparently sent an entire photo gallery unprompted.
Who cares if your computer is a Mac or Windows or even Linux? If you have a web browser, you can access your Android phone's messages now.
Huawei is considered public enemy number one in Washington, D.C., especially with intelligence officials that see it as a cybersecurity front of Beijing.
If you're searching up details about the rock band from Manchester or a Portuguese travel agency, you may end up finding out more about your recent texts instead.
Technically, Allo is not dead... just yet. But you may want to switch to Android Messages already, and get ready to forget all about archaic SMS technology.
The app will allow Huawei phones in the near future to access RCS. Huawei is also helping Google out by providing servers to carriers for their clouds.
25 years later, texting has evolved way beyond its original status as a cellular pager. And it all started with a Christmas party at Vodafone offices.
Video calls can be made through the app on Duo while Google Wallet can be used inside Android Messages to move money around.
Both carriers have taken up Google's delivery of RCS, the next logical step to SMS and MMS that takes things to iMessage/WhatsApp levels of chatting.
Several big changes are happening in the back end of Google's communication mediums that will have big results for users in the front.
And by roadmap, there IS no public roadmap. Just reassurances that features will be coming along and that visions are in place for Hangouts.
After high-profile Viv and Harman acquisitions, plus a number of lower-key takeovers, Samsung is now purchasing RCS specialist NewNet.
Sprint will be using Google's cloud servers to pass along RCS messages, — the imminent step up from SMS — but what does this mean for Allo?