Eero was one of the first companies to dive into mesh networking, and they’ve consistently delivered some killer products. But like all tech companies and startups, the main goal for these smaller players is to eventually get scooped up by a bigger fish, and that’s where Eero is going next. Amazon has announced that they’ll […]
Come comment on this article: Amazon’s latest massive purchase is the mesh network company Eero
Spotify is reportedly looking to sink big money into podcasts. According to Recode and The Wall Street Journal, the music streaming company is currently in talks to acquire podcasting giant Gimlet Media for over $ 200 million. If Spotify manages to fi…
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Google wants to help solve your collaboration issues, and they’re going to do with Jamboard, a gigantic whiteboard with a ton of cloud integration. It features a 55-inch screen that can be drawn and worked on, and its team-focused feature set makes it easy to sync things up for multiple people in a group. This device […]
Come comment on this article: Google’s Jamboard for group collaboration is now available for purchase
The latest update to Samsung Pay allows consumers to pay with nothing more than your retina (that is to say, your eye). But there’s a catch — this feature only works if you have a Galaxy Note 7.
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T-Mobile is convincing consumers to buy the new HTC 10 on its wireless service. For a limited time, T-Mobile will give freebies away to those who purchase the device and sign up. HTC is relying on its new flagship smartphone to bring in some much-needed profit. T-Mobile is hoping to boost sales with a new […]
Come comment on this article: T-Mobile will offer goodies with the purchase of an HTC 10
BlackBerry is sweetening the deal on its pricey new Priv mobile phone with the BlackBerry Priv bundle, which includes $ 100 of free accessories.
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Google’s Alistair Pott, a Google Play product manager, made a bold announcement in the Android Developers Blog — “Minimum purchase price for apps and in-app products reduced on Google Play,” the headline reads.
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