After gaining FCC approval, AT&T is wasting no time in rolling out WiFi Calling for some devices
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Oct 9th - It’s almost a given that Samsung will look to load their best devices up with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, but the company hasn’t come out with exact plans to make that happen. Well, we won’t have to wait for their word to get an idea as SamMobile has uncovered a full list of devices which will receive the update.
Oct 9th - Buckle up. This week we’ve got a lot of Microsoft stuff to talk about. We also talk about the Marshmallow OTA roll-out, Facebook’s new “reactions,” Verizon’s stupid “go90” app, and much more.
Oct 9th - We’re not sure what it is, but Motorola’s sending out a soak test to this year’s Moto X Pure Edition. They’re currently sending out surveys to test participants who want to opt-in to receive the soak test update.
Oct 9th - OnePlus promised we’d get a 1 hour sales event after they were slow to get invites for the phone rolling out, and they’ve followed through with details on that. We now know it’ll happen October 12th. We might even hear about the OnePlus X on that date.
Oct 8th - We only just barely left the honeymoon stage with our Samsung Galaxy S6 and already rumors of a Samsung Galaxy S7 are looming. Turns out, we could be seeing 3 variants of the phone launching early next year, each featuring a different processor.
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Sep 28th - Watch as someone demonstrates the use of a USB-connected external floppy disk drive with an ASUS tablet. The tablet easily recognizes the drive, and he uses the built-in ASUS file manager to manipulate the files with ease.Read More
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Oct 8th - Joining the growing list of SwiftKey’s recent Greenhouse projects is the all new SwiftKey Neural. It’s essentially the same SwiftKey you know and love, but with a little twist. According to SwiftKey, it’s “the world’s first” smartphone keyboard to use an artificial neural network for more accurate predictions and corrections.Read More