Verizon and T-Mobile call out AT&T over fake 5G labels
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Verizon and T-Mobile call out AT&T over fake 5G labels

ATT recently started a shady marketing tactic that labeled its 4G network as a 5G network. Now, rivals Verizon and T-Mobile are not having any of it. In…

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AT&T is lying to customers with 5G marketing
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AT&T is lying to customers with 5G marketing

After a recent update some ATT phones now have a 5G E icon. This icon replaces the one indicated the phone is running on a 4G network. But…

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Spotify will now let brands sponsor its Discover Weekly playlist
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Spotify will now let brands sponsor its Discover Weekly playlist

Spotify has begun testing a new type of ad in Discover Weekly, its personalized playlist of music that’s the streaming service’s flagship feature. The company says that, for…

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Jack to the future for Huawei? P30 leak hints at the return of the headphone port
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Jack to the future for Huawei? P30 leak hints at the return of the headphone port

Huawei, currently the world’s second-largest smartphone company by sales, has won over users partly by loading its devices with a ton of new features, from wireless charging to…

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Qualcomm patent dispute forces Apple to pull iPhone 7 and 8 from its stores in Germany
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Qualcomm patent dispute forces Apple to pull iPhone 7 and 8 from its stores in Germany

In more bad news for Apple, the company’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models are not currently on sale in its own retail stores in Germany. This follows an…

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Scratch 3.0 is now available
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Scratch 3.0 is now available

The only kids’ programming language worth using, Scratch, just celebrated the launch of Scratch 3.0, an update that adds some interesting new functionality to the powerful open-source tool.…

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Shine brings its female-focused self-care app to Android
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Shine brings its female-focused self-care app to Android

Shine, one of the many apps capitalizing on the growing self-care trend, has now brought to Android devices its app used by 3 million people. Originally launched as…

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The Roku Channel adds premium subscriptions alongside its free content
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The Roku Channel adds premium subscriptions alongside its free content

The Roku Channel — Roku’s home to free, ad-supported content like movies, TV, sports and news — is expanding to include subscriptions. Essentially Roku’s own take on Amazon’s…

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911 emergency services go down across the US after CenturyLink outage
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911 emergency services go down across the US after CenturyLink outage

911 emergency services in several states across the U.S. went down after a massive outage at a CenturyLink data center. The outage began after 12pm ET on Thursday, according…

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Instagram accidentally rolled out tap-to-advance feed, removes it
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Instagram accidentally rolled out tap-to-advance feed, removes it

Instagram confirms that a bug this morning mistakenly rolled out a massive change to its feed that replaced the traditional scrolling with horizontal tap-to-advance, like with Stories. In…

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