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The allure of the cloud is easily understood. Hard drives fail and physical storage devices can get lost or stolen. But once you entrust something to the cloud, you can scrounge it up any time in the future from any device.
You know, barring a technological apocalypse or something.
Unfortunately, cloud storage typically runs off a monthly subscription model. That monthly billing can really stack up in the long run.
Verizon is looking to not only provide you an easier way to pay your phone bill, but also any other bills you may have hanging over your head. Android Authority has received information from a source familiar with the matter that Big Red is working on a finance management app called Prism.
Prism first asks you to choose all of your billers. From there, you connect the billers to Prism, and the service takes it from there— it will sync your account balances and bills and present them in the app. The service reminds you when it’s time to pay your bills, and notifies you when it detects a new bill and pays...
One of the most important areas for every smartphone is how good its camera is, but there are two ways to judge a camera: by whether it is technically good, or whether it looks good. Often, the most accurate smartphone cameras aren’t the ones that produce pictures that look good, so how do you decide which is the best smartphone camera?
For Best of Android 2017, we introduced an all-new method of testing smartphone cameras objectively, but we also wanted to see which smartphone camera looks the best. To do so, we split the camera into two parts. Below we’ll go into which is technically the best, based on all of our data. If you’re interested in which looks the best, check our 10 phone...
With Huawei sub-brand Honor having a busy December so far, thanks to the V10 and 7X entering more international markets, the month looks to only get busier as the Honor 9 Lite made its way through TENAA in China.
Grammarly, the text and grammar correction tool that makes people everywhere look a little more competent, has just released a new Android keyboard. This comes after highly successful browser plug-ins and a recently launched iOS keyboard.
Grammarly is a service that checks your typing as you go to lets you know about typs typos and grammatical errors. It existed as a just browser plug-in for a while, but now it is branching out into the mobile world. Now that we can do pretty much anything on our smartphones, it makes sense for Grammarly to launch a keyboard app.
To most people, privacy is sacred. Even though we open ourselves up to the world on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter, we still have parts of our lives that we deem only for us. Whether those the secrets you hold or the special place you visit, not everything is for worldwide consumption.
Your phone can be an agent of many great things, but most people try to strike a balance between using it as a tool and letting the apps we...
Keeping up in the mobile market can be a costly endeavor. Whether you’re keen to keep up to date with the latest and greatest in smartphone technology, or simply like to update your phone every year, selling your old phone can make all the difference. However, due to the fast rate of change in mobile technology and wide range of handset released every year, smartphone prices typically fall shortly after they launch. This can limit what you’re able to get for your old handsets, which makes picking up a flagship which retains retail value very important. But which phones keep their value best?
T-Mobile will acquire cable television company Layer3 TV, which will help the carrier enter into this new business.
The carrier claims its fast LTE network will be at the heart of its mobile video plans.
The specific plans for T-Mobile’s TV service have not yet been revealed.
T-Mobile will enter into a new business territory in 2018. The wireless phone carrier announced today it will launch its own pay television service next year, and claims it will be as “disruptive” for that industry as it has been in the wireless phone business.