T-Mobile’s 600MHz network will be ready for testing within the next couple of months. After being granted the necessary spectrum licenses by the FCC on Wednesday, T-Mobile says it’ll be ready for “deployment activities” this summer. The carrier spent $ 8 billion on the spectrum to build a network that’ll become what everyone considers a “5G […]
Come comment on this article: Prep for 5G begins as T-Mobile’s 600MHz network launches this summer
Gears of War 4 dropped last October with more story, kinetic sound and a revamped version of its signature players-vs-AI Horde mode. Microsoft Game Studios has continued to refine the game in the months since to keep multiplayer fresh, from punishing…
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It may not seem like it, but almost a year ago Nokia announced they were buying Withings for the price of $ 191 million. At the time of the announcement, there was no indication as to whether Nokia would stick with the Withings branding. In an announcement at MWC 2017, the company confirmed that starting this […]
Come comment on this article: Nokia to eliminate Withings brand starting this summer
T-Mobile is kicking off a new promotion that starts tomorrow, July 13th, and it’s one of the carrier’s most aggressive pushes yet. Any customer that has the 6 GB or 10 GB plan will be able to walk out of a T-Mobile store with a free Galaxy smartphone, covering up to 12 people on one […]
Come comment on this article: T-Mobile is giving away free Samsung Galaxy smartphones this summer
Bored on a Thursday in New York City? On the rare occasion that you are, Samsung has got your back with free music concerts every Thursday this summer at Samsung 837 in the Meatpacking District.
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Just because Microsoft is less focused on monolithic Windows releases doesn't mean it's forgetting to deliver big upgrades. The company has used Build 2016 to announce an Anniversary Update for Windows 10 that brings some hefty improvements. For on…
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