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PhoneDog.com 03/22/2019 19:40
We've seen some Pixel 3 deals lately, but if you're looking for an even more affordable Pixel, there's a new Pixel 2 XL offer you should consider. Best Buy is selling the Pixel 2 XL for $399.99 , which is a full $450 off its normal asking price. If you'd prefer to get it on a payment plan, you can snag the Pixel 2 XL on Verizon Device Payments for $16.66 per month for 24 months. The Pixel 2 XL model that's on sale is the 64GB Just Black model. While the Pixel 2 XL is no longer Google's flagship smartphone, it does have many of the same features as the newer Pixel 3 XL. It's running Android 9 Pie and will be updated to Android Q , and Google has brought Pixel 3 features like Night Sight and Call Screen to the Pixel 2 XL as well. Plus, the Pi.
PhoneDog.com 03/22/2019 15:58
Most tablets range somewhere between 7 and 13 inches, which helps to ensure that you're getting a sizable screen that's still portable. Every once in a while we see a much larger tablet come to market, though, and that's precisely what we're getting with a new Archos model. The Archos Play Tab features a massive 21.5-inch full HD screen that positions as a great device for playing digital board games. Being a tablet allows you to play many different games with a single board, says Archos, and it automates rules and number crunching. Archos also claims that playing games on the Play Tab is affordable since mobile apps are cheaper than physical board games. Archos has also made the Play Tab splash and shock resistant so that it can stand up t.
PhoneDog.com 03/22/2019 13:22
There's been a lot of talk about AT&T's 5G E service lately, and a new report shows that AT&T's 5G E-capable phones can actually be slower than the same devices on some other U.S. networks. A study conducted by network testing firm OpenSignal shows that AT&T customers with 5G E-enabled smartphones get similar, if not slightly slower, speeds than T-Mobile and Verizon customers with the same phones.
PhoneDog.com 03/22/2019 12:15
OnePlus confirmed in July 2018 that the OnePlus 3 and 3T would be updated to Android Pie , but we haven't heard much about those updates since then. That's changing today. OnePlus has announced a round of closed beta testing for the OnePlus 3 and 3T's update to Android Pie. If you're interested in giving the beta a try, you can apply right here . If you do get in, OnePlus says you'll be flashing builds "very often" and that you may have to perform clean flashes that could cause data loss. "We have been hard at work baking that sweet pie, to ensure it tastes delicious we'd like to invite some of you to taste it first and make sure it's ready to serve it to the rest of the community," OnePlus said in its announcement of this closed beta test.
PhoneDog.com 03/22/2019 10:55
At its Galaxy S10 event last month, Samsung introduced four versions of its new flagship smartphone. Three of them have since launched, but we're still waiting on one: the Galaxy S10 5G. A new report claims that we may not be waiting much longer. The Samsung Galaxy S10 5G will launch in South Korea on April 5, according to a report from Yonhap News Agency . Pre-orders won't be taken, but customers who buy the phone between April 5th and April 16th will be able to get a free pair of Galaxy Buds along with a 50 percent discount on screen replacements for one year. Samsung hasn't announced pricing for its Galaxy S10 5G, but rumors say it could cost 1.5 million won ($1,320 USD). The big difference between the Galaxy S10 5G and the other S10 var.
PhoneDog.com 03/21/2019 15:33
Apple is hosting an event on March 25th , and the tagline "It's show time." suggests that video could be a focus. If you don't feel like waiting until March 25th to find out what Apple has planned, though, a new rumor claims to have that info today. Apple's new video service will sell subscriptions to streaming video services, according to a report from Recode . This will include bundles of channels, which could include the likes of HBO, Showtime, and Starz, at a price that's lower than what you'd pay for each channel separately. Apple would take a cut of each subscription its users sign up for. This upcoming video service would also show Apple's users what's playing on the services that they subscribe to and suggest shows that they might b.
PhoneDog.com 03/21/2019 15:18
Samsung's tenth anniversary for the Galaxy S lineup went over pretty well! The company announced three new smartphones with the branding, officially introducing the Galaxy S10e, the Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ into the world. The handsets welcomed the "Infinity-O" design into the flagship fold, and brought plenty of other worthwhile features along for the ride as well. Of course, the price tag reflects all of that, for better or worse. But at least it's not the $1,980 Galaxy Fold, right? There is a lot to like in the Galaxy S10 lineup. Whether it's the fingerprint reader (on the side of the Galaxy S10e) being embedded in the display, or the powerful camera systems on the back of each model. The displays, as is par for the course with any hi.
PhoneDog.com 03/21/2019 13:54
Looks like Facebook had another security issue. Facebook confirmed today that in January, it found "some" user passwords that were being stored in plain text in its internal data storage systems. The passwords are supposed to be stored in a way that makes them unreadable, but Facebook says that some unspecified "issues" caused them to be viewable. Those issues have since been fixed. In its announcement, Facebook says that the user passwords were never visible to anyone outside of Facebook. It adds that it's found no evidence that anyone inside Facebook abused or improperly accessed the user passwords. Users affected by these issues will be notified by Facebook. The company says that it will alert hundreds of millions of Facebook Lite users,
PhoneDog.com 03/21/2019 11:00
T-Mobile is making a big move into a new market: in-home broadband. T-Mobile Home Internet is launching this week, but it's a small pilot test to start. T-Mo says that it's inviting a "limited group of T-Mobile customers in rural and underserved markets" to try out its Home Internet service. The carrier plans to reach 50,000 households with its Home Internet service by the end of 2019. Invitations to the T-Mobile Home Internet pilot test will be going out to current T-Mobile customers this week. If you're selected, you'll receive an email or piece of U.S. mail with information on how to sign up. The service will use T-Mobile's 4G LTE network, and you can see what the in-home router looks like below. There will be no data caps, no annual con.
PhoneDog.com 03/20/2019 15:55
We're seeing some Moto G7 variants launch this month , but if what you're after is more of a flagship-tier device, we've got something for you today. New renders claim to show the Moto Z4. The device has slim bezels and a small waterdrop notch, which is a change from the Moto Z3 which had a normal top bezel rather than a notch. Around back we can see a connectors for Moto Mods and a single rear camera. There's no fingerprint reader to be seen here, which suggests that the Moto Z4 could adopt an in-display fingerprint sensor. Also rumored to be included is a 48MP rear camera, says 91mobiles , as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack, USB-C port, and Android 9.0 Pie. Considering that this is a flagship Android phone that's likely launching in 2019,
PhoneDog.com 03/20/2019 12:50
Been thinking about treating yourself to a new iPhone? If so, T-Mobile's got a new deal to tempt you with. T-Mobile is now offering a free iPhone XR or iPhone X . If you'd prefer an iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max , you can get up to $750 off either of those models. To get this deal, you need to add a new line and trade in one of these iPhone models: iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, 8, 8 Plus, or X. The fine print of this deal states that you'll need to buy your new iPhone on a monthly Equipment Installment Plan. New customers will then need to add at least two new voice lines, while existing customers must add at least one voice line. Any voice plan is eligible. Then you trade in your iPhone that's paid off and in good condition, and y.
PhoneDog.com 03/20/2019 09:34
Amazon's Kindle is getting an update. The updated Kindle is now official , and it's the first of Amazon's entry-level Kindle models to get a light. The adjustable front light will let you read your new Kindle in the dark like with the pricier Kindle models. The screen on this new Kindle has been updated as well, gaining new e-ink tech with better contrast and capacitive touch to prevent accidental swipes. Also new with this Kindle is its updated design. This refreshed model has more rounded corners than its predecessor, which should make it more comfortable to hold in your hand during extended reading sessions. On the software side, Amazon is rolling out a new feature that will automatically mark a book as read in your library when you fini.
PhoneDog.com 03/19/2019 15:13
The Call of Duty franchise has seen a lot of iterations over the years. Some of those titles, like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare have helped change the landscape of the first-person shooter (FPS) landscape for the better. Other titles, like some of the newer options, haven't really made any waves at all. But there is no denying that Call of Duty, as a whole, is a juggernaut that will probably continue to make money into the foreseeable future. So it certainly makes sense that Activision and the development houses it has its banner would want to capitalize on that property as often as it can. And while the franchise is refreshed on a yearly basis, there are plenty of months in between there that they can try to take advantage of. Launching mo.

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