Byte

Vine Successor ‘byte’ Now Available on Android

Reports from a few months ago suggested that the successor to Vine will not arrive immediately. Well, the co-founder of Vine Dom Hofman has now announced a revival of the app in the form of “byte“. Available as a free app on the Google Play Store as well as the iTunes App Store, byte allows

Nearby Sharing

Google’s AirDrop Alternative ‘Nearby Sharing’ Detailed in a Video

Only yesterday we came across a report that talked about Samsung’s iteration of Apple’s popular AirDrop functionality, reportedly known as “Quick Share”. Today a video posted by XDA shows what appears to be Google’s own version of AirDrop, simply named “Nearby Sharing”. The video shows how this feature works between two compatible phones. It’s clear

Sprint Will Fix Broken Samsung Galaxy Screens for $50

In what is considered to be a great move both environmentally as well as economically, Sprint has announced that it will fix broken or shattered displays of select Samsung Galaxy smartphones for just $50. The best part here is that even non-Sprint customers can walk into a store and get their display fixed for $50.

T-Mobile Upgrades Its 4G and 5G Networks in Miami

The 5G market is heating up and T-Mobile is dominating it so far. Meanwhile, the carrier has announced an upgrade of its existing 4G and 5G networks as the city gears up for Super Bowl LIV on February 2, 2020. Keeping this in mind, one would assume that most of the network upgrades are focused

Upcoming OnePlus 8 Pro Rumored to Be Packing Wireless Charging

OnePlus has innovated a great deal with its smartphones and other commercial products over the past few years. But one feature missing from the company’s flagship is wireless charging. While speaking at The Vergecast podcast recently, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau remained skeptical about wireless charging, claiming that it’s simply not fast enough, especially compared to

Sony Xperia 8

Sony Xperia 2 Could Be the Company’s First 5G Phone

According to a report from a well-known Chinese source, Sony could bring its first-ever 5G smartphone in the form of Xperia 2. It’s no secret that Sony is gearing up to launch 5G handsets this year as it notably stayed out of the 5G race last year. However, with 2020 expected to bring better 5G