Apple’s peer-to-peer payment system built into iMessage called Apple Pay Cash is now available for testing. Specifically, Apple flicked the switch for those who are registered with Apple Pay and running iOS 11.2 and watchOS 4.2 on their devices. Currently, it only looks like the
After an initial test back in September that resulted in a favorable outcome, Twitter today announced it’s rolling out the ability to send 280-character tweets to all users of the platform. The feature is aimed at making sending tweets easier without the need to constantly edit down
LG’s V30 launched last month, and exclusively at Sprint a special edition V30+ landed which included 128GB of storage and a free set of earphones. Now, that same variant is coming to T-Mobile for $850, or $130 down and $30/month for 24 months. While the
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Amazon has announced a new Fire TV Stick that gets rid of Alexa integration and strips its price down to just $50. The new media streaming stick, formally known as the Fire TV Stick Basic Edition, comes with lesser-quality specifications but at a lower price
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S8 Active, a device that launched exclusively on AT&T, is expanding to two other US carriers: T-Mobile and Sprint. For those unfamiliar, Samsung’s Galaxy Active line has a history of being exclusive to AT&T. Now, the company is breaking this tradition
Google has started rolling out the November 2017 security patch to all Pixel and Nexus device users, but it looks like simple bug fixes and security enhancements are the only things being added. For the Pixel 2 and 2 XL, the patch also includes new
iPhone cases are a dime a dozen nowadays and basically function the same way all the time. A new lineup of cases for iPhones stretching back to the 6s by startup Stitched Products, however, aims to provide a new function you’ve probably never seen before