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T-Mobile and Sprint Will Reportedly Drop Merger Deal Tomorrow

Photo via: TmoNews T-Mobile and Sprint have been reported on and off for months about a potential deal that would see the two US carriers merge into one major carrier. Rumors stirred up last month as reports suggested the two carriers could announce the deal by the end of October, Continue Reading

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Essential Phone’s Latest Update Adds KRACK Fix and Fingerprint Gestures

Essential has begun rolling out a new software update to its Phone. The update, while minor, includes a patch for the KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability discovered earlier this month alongside improved touch responsiveness, better performance, and a fingerprint scanner gesture which lets users swipe on the sensor to bring down the Continue Reading

watchOS 4.2 Beta 1 Now Available for Testing

Apple today released the very first build of watchOS 4.2 to developers for testing on the Apple Watch. This means the watchOS 4.1 beta process has concluded despite the update having not been released to the public as of yet. To install the beta, navigate to the Watch app on your paired Continue Reading

YouTube TV Expanding to Smart TVs, Apple TV, Android TV, and Xbox One

Google’s YouTube team has announced it’s expanding the reach of YouTube TV to even more platforms. Starting now, Android TV and Xbox One users can download a new app to take advantage of their subscription, while those on Apple TV and with smart TVs from providers like Sony, Samsung, and Continue Reading

Apple Music Can Now Be Controlled by Google Assistant on the iPhone

For those of you who prefer the Google Assistant on your iPhone over Siri, Apple Music can now be controlled by the voice-controlled interface from the search giant. By updating the app, a new function appears letting users connect their Apple Music subscription to the Assistant for control. All music Continue Reading

Skype for Windows and Mac Updated with New Design

Skype for Windows and Mac is today receiving an upgrade with a fresh design that’s more in line with the recent changes Microsoft made to the service’s mobile apps. The new look first debuted back in June and later made its way to preview versions of Skype for the desktop, Continue Reading