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Existing YouTube TV subscribers get free SHOWTIME over the Summer

YouTube TV is a fairly affordable way to get live TV without signing up for a cable subscription; however, there are a handful of add-ons that can make YouTube TV extremely expensive. Adding channels to your package like SHOWTIME, STARZ, and AMC can really hike up your bill. However, for existing YouTube TV customers this

Tesla vehicles soon to get YouTube app support

Tesla reveled at E3 2019 in Los Angeles that Tesla vehicles could be getting YouTube functionality in the car’s next software update, “Version 10.” Elon Musk revealed this during a Q&A at the event, but worry not — Tesla owners aren’t going to be able to watch YouTube while they’re on road. Musk at the

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Samsung’s Galaxy Fold won’t be launching in July

We were looking at a possible July launch for the Samsung Galaxy Fold, but a new statement from Samsung suggests that may not actually be the case. Reports were saying that we would see a July launch, where the phone would have a sort-of re-introduction at a media event in Korea. However, Samsung denied that:

Google Pixel 4 gets seen in the real world

We’ve seen unofficial renders of the Google Pixel 4, and we’ve even seen what the back of the phone will look like, thanks to a photo tweeted out by the Made by Google account on Twitter. Now, we’re seeing the phone in the physical world, thanks to photos obtained by 9to5Google. The photos aren’t extremely

Huawei’s foldable phone delayed until September

There are some neat innovations and technologies happening today, and one of those advances is in foldable displays. However, they’re presumably a little more difficult to nail, with Samsung and now Huawei with the Mate X experiencing all sorts of delays. The delay of the Mate X may not be due to any sort of

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Huawei is looking to recover $1 billion in damages from Verizon

Huawei is going after Verizon in a patent dispute, where the Chinese-based smartphone manufacturer is looking to recover $1 billion in damages. The dispute is for the unregulated use of around 230 patents, largely all network area related. And Huawei isn’t the only ‘victim’, as there are twenty other vendors that have allegedly been affected,

We could be waiting longer for Galaxy Note 10, iPhone 11 this year

High expectations and excitement surround the upcoming Galaxy Not 10 and iPhone 11, but now, renowned leakster Evan Blass says that the two phones could see delayed released dates. This information comes from a screenshot of what is allegedly the Verizon marketing calendar, showcasing a timeline for phone launches during 2019. Earlier reports indicated that

Google leaks a render of its own upcoming ‘Pixel 4’

We’ve started seeing leaks of the Google Pixel 4 already, but it seems that Google doesn’t want the rumor mill to get too crazy, just like it did with the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL last year. So, what did they do? Leaked its own phone. That’s right — Google actually posted a render

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chips will be manufactured buy Samsung

It looks like Samsung will be manufacturing Qualcomm’s next-gen chipsets. The Korean-based tech giant secured a contract with Qualcomm, where it will be making the Snapdragon 865 SoCs for next-gen smartphones. It’s actually a surprise move, since TSMC is usually able to snag these contracts. It sounds like Samsung was ahead of TSMC on getting

ASUS ROG Phone 2 will get a major screen overhaul

We’re on track to see a launch for the ASUS ROG Phone 2 next month, but meanwhile, a new announcement shows that one of the major changes is going to be a screen overhaul. ASUS actually isn’t being quiet about the phone up to the release. The company actually posted on Chinese-based social media site Weibo that

Facebook launches ‘Study by Facebook’ market research program

After being caught in some sketchy market research practices, Facebook is launching a new, better program for learning about how people use their devices. Called Study by Facebook, Android users are able to sign-up for this program, where Facebook will be able to monitor how you use your smartphone in exchange for cash payments from

Essential might have a new phone in the works

The Father of Android, Andy Rubin, is indicating on Twitter that Essential has a phone announcement to make. Their first phone was pretty controversial, but after working out the kinks, folks are wondering where an Essential Phone 2 is. And from Andy Rubin’s tweet, it looks like that might not be long: “…we’ll make an

Introducing, HTC’s new U19e and Desire 19+ smartphones

HTC last week announced a surprise event for today, where they’ve announced two new phones — the HTC U19e and the Desire 19+. As was expected at this event, HTC focused on launching mid-tier phones, not a new flagship. The U19e is actually a higher tier mid-range phone, designed to compete in the space that

Huawei wants apps from big name developers on their App Store

After being placed on the US Entity List, Huawei has been hard at work getting its own operating system ready for prime time in just a couple of months. We’re starting to see some of the implications of that, as Huawei begins making requests from popular developers to make their apps available on its own