Sprint and T-Mobile were expected to formally announce plans to merge into a single carrier by the end of October, but suddenly those plans seem to be off the table. It’s unclear exactly what went wrong, other than potential complications from the companies not wanting to sell their assets, but the news is kind of […]
Come comment on this article: The Sprint/T-Mobile merger has apparently been called off
Back in 2015, Google announced that it was restructuring its company into multiple parts, with a new giant company called Alphabet to oversee all of Google's various businesses. The reasoning behind the move was to essentially separate out some of Go…
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Samsung’s new artificially intelligent assistant, which will reportedly debut on the company’s upcoming Galaxy S8, might be called “Bixby.” That’s according to a trademark application the company filed in South Korea.
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It’s been a question asked by many, and for quite some time – “Why hasn’t Google developed a product yet to compete with Amazon’s Echo device?“. Well, it looks like someone at Google is finally listening, and such a device could be unveiled sometime this year. According to Recode, Google has a team working on […]
Come comment on this article: Google could launch an Amazon Echo competitor later this year called ‘Chirp’
There’s a new wearable set to make waves in the medical community, and it’s being branded as the Fitbit for tremor patients. Meet the Trequant, a watch for individuals who suffer from tremors.
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According to rumors, Motorola may debut a ruggedized addition to its Moto X series of smartphones — the Moto Bounce — in December. It reportedly sports a shatter-proof design and high-end internals.
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