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LG G5 always on display teaser does the rounds

For the longest time, LG‘s flagship smartphones have played second (or third, or fourth) fiddle to Samsung’s Galaxy S devices,

Final Fantasy IX for Android is out now, 20% off for its first week on sale

We knew Final Fantasy IX for Android would be releasing soon based on the state it was in for a livestream

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge press render leaks out thanks to @evleaks

At some point, you get the sense that Android smartphone manufacturers just accept that leaks are just a fact of

Alto’s Adventure for Android is out now for free

Alto’s Adventure is a name that has circulated the Internet for a year now, but unfortunately the hugely popular mobile

Standalone Google VR headset is also being worked on behind the scenes

There have been quite a few rumours floating around the past few weeks that relate to Google working on a

GTA: Liberty City Stories is out now, 40% off for a limited time

For Rockstar Games, the mobile gaming revolution has been a great time to dig out all its last-gen games (or

More Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge renders join the party

If the new Samsung flagship smartphones are supposed to be a secret, obviously nobody told Samsung because there are leaks

Picasa is shutting down in favour of Google Photos

Many of you will know the name Picasa as a place to store photos and many of you will have

Android Monotune ad reminds us to “be together, not the same”

Google‘s most recent ad campaigns have centred around the phrase “be together, not the same”. It’s designed perhaps to instill

Leaked Samsung Galaxy S7 ad focuses on fitness and waterproofing

Another day, another leak about Samsung‘s upcoming flagship smartphones – except this time it’s their own fault. Thanks to Samsung

More Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge renders join the party

If the new Samsung flagship smartphones are supposed to be a secret, obviously nobody told Samsung because there are leaks coming out thick and fast. ...

LG G5 always on display teaser does the rounds

For the longest time, LG‘s flagship smartphones have played second (or third, or fourth) fiddle to Samsung’s Galaxy S devices, but have always been very ...

Samsung Galaxy S7 wallpapers leak out early

Just when you thought we might get to MWC 2016 without more leaking out about Samsung‘s latest flagship, the Samsung Galaxy S7 wallpapers have appeared to ...

LG G5 to be announced February 21st, LG posts confusing marketing material everywhere

We’ve known for some time already that LG G5, that fact has been essentially confirmed by the Korean manufacturer themselves. On Twitter yesterday, LG posted ...

Oppo intends to “Wow the World” at MWC 2016

MWC 2016 is now under a month away and device manufacturers have started sending invites and teasers to the press to let them know what’s ...

Facebook Reactions are coming in a few weeks

Facebook Reactions update to the social media platform, and reports are now saying that we’re all going to be using Reactions in a matter of weeks. ...

Galaxy S7 photos snapped in manufacturing plant, shows a familiar faceplate

Over the last few months, we’ve heard quite a few rumours about Samsung‘s new flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S7. Today, we may be getting our ...

Samsung Galaxy S5 Android 6.0.1 update is sent out prematurely

Most of the time, software updates don’t get spotted until they are officially released by manufacturers. If we’re really lucky, a test build will leak ...

Mimicker Alarm will make sure you wake up by getting you to perform challenges

I hate alarms – not because I hate waking up; I just think they’re too easy to turn off. Snooze and turning off your alarm is always one swipe away, and while some apps try a few different things to make you get out of bed, Mimicker Alarm puts its own unique take on it. A […]

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Google has made $31 billion from Android, $22 billion of which is profit

The most well-known fact about the Android operating system is that it is open and free for anyone to pick up and work on. While it’s obvious Google is well oiled machine and gets plenty of money from advertising, we’ve been wondering for the longest time exactly how much money Google has been making from […]

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Verizon Buyer’s Guide (October 2020)

Verizon Wireless is the the largest wireless carrier in the United States, serving approximately 120 million subscribers. You’ve surely seen more than your share of advertising and promotion for the brand, but how much do you truly know about Verizon?Did you know, for instance, that it provides prepaid service? It sure does. It also license its network to other companies for usage as Mobile Virtual Network Operators.Here, we’ll help spell out some of the details worth knowing as it pertains to Verizon. Read on for information about the carrier’s rate plans, features, 5G, and phones.Rate PlansGone for the most part are plans with set amounts of data. Verizon now offers a number of “Unlimited” options, each of which includes unlimited talk and text and access to 4G LTE and 5G nationwide network.Verizon describes each of its plans in the following way:Start Unlimited – Get started with unlimited talk, text and data and never worry about overage charges again.Play More Unlimited – Our best plan for streaming, with tons of shows, movies and sports and premium network access—all included.Do More Unlimited – When productivity is your top priority, get it all done with premium data and a discount on a connected device plan.Get More Unlimited – Experience our ultimate in performance on our best plan with extra features, including more music and entertainment.Just Kids – Manage screen time, filter content, track location and get Unlimited data on your kid’s first phone, so you get peace of mind.Select plans include access to the Ultra Wideband 5G network which is much faster and features ultra-low latency. Verizon also offers extra features on its different plans, including Disney+, Apple Music, and cloud storage. As of today a single line costs at least $70 per month.Customers with multiple lines can mix and match the various options, giving each user their own specific features. The more lines you have on an account, the cheaper each one is per month.Device PlansVerizon offers a few options for customers who need coverage for their smartwatch, tablet, hotspot, or laptop. These device plans start as low as $10 per month for wearables and go as high as $30 per month for laptops, hotspots, and tablets.ExtrasVerizon rate plans are not just about minutes, messages, and data. Indeed, customers can save money on other services just by signing up for Verizon. Here are some of the extras available on plans; features vary by plan.Disney+Apple MusicDisney+, Hulu, ESPN+Cloud StorageDiscounts for device plansMobile hotspot (available on most plans)5G NetworkVerizon’s 5G network is steadily making its way across the country, hitting major markets, stadiums, and arenas. Its “5G Ultra Wideband” is an incredibly fast network with lighting quick downloads and uploads and very low latency.Unfortunately its signal does not travel as far as other carriers and their network. It can also be impacted by buildings and obstacles and often relies on line of sight with a cell. The reason that Verizon’s network differs is because of the mmWave-based technology used.In the future Verizon will turn to a technology called dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) that lets it share spectrum between 4G and 5G.5G PhonesVerizon has a rapidly growing list of phones designed to support its 5G network. Some of the devices are exclusive to Verizon, including the Motorola Edge Plus.Models which are available through other carriers are sometimes more expensive through Verizon. This is because of the hardware maker having to include support for the mmWave bands. Examples include the LG Velvet and OnePlus 8 which are about $100 more than at other service providers.Smartphone SelectionVerizon has one of the widest selections of smartphones with models from entry-level devices aimed at first-time users all the way up to flagships. It also has a couple of phones that fold or have unique designs. Examples here include the Motorola Razr and LG Wing.It’s also possible to bring your own device to Verizon, provided it is a CDMA phone or universally unlocked device.Check out our guide on which are the best phones at Verizon.