Don't rub your eyes. That above pic is no mirage. It's a leaked rebate form heralding the Big Red arrival of an actual Illusion -- a 3G Samsung-made one, that is. The form, sent to us by an eagle-eyed tipster, confirms that mysterious Gingerbread phone's imminent November launch, while also outing two other equally un-hyped devices: the BlackBerry Curve 9370 and Casio G'zOne Ravine 2.
MetroPCS, Sam’s Club, US Cellular, Verizon, and Walmart. Apparently, the offer for the said carriers and stores are limited only and while supplies last.With the release of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, we were told to expect a free Gear VR with early pre-orders.
If your preferred carrier is Verizon and you have your heart set on owning a new Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge smartphone, one bit of Samsung tech is missing from the Verizon versions of both devices. Reports indicate that Verizon forced Samsung to remove Samsung Pay from its versions of both smartphones before it would allow them to be sold via its stores.
Now is the time to take action if you’re a Verizon customer who is looking for a new phone. Starting today (04-14-16), you can receive up to $300 when you trade in select devices and buy a new Samsung Galaxy S7 , LG G5, Motorola Droid Turbo 2, or iPhone 6S (16GB) for just $15 a month or lower on a device payment.
1/4 I'll be picking a #BBFOTM [@BlackBerry Fan Of The Month] on the 1st of each month — John Chen (@JohnChen) May 1, 20162/4 To win tweet me with how @BlackBerry helps you every day — John Chen (@JohnChen) May 1, 20164/4 .@DanMac2014 my office will be in touch to send you a BlackBerry Passport. Enjoy — John Chen (@JohnChen) May 1, 2016No, seriously. He does.
According to a new report from Bomble based on an email sent to Senate staffers, BlackBerry smartphones will no longer be issued within Senate once the remaining supplies have been exhausted. As the email notes, "BlackBerry informed Verizon and AT&T that production of all BlackBerry OS 10 devices (Q10, Z10, Z30, Passport, and Classic) has been discontinued" while also noting "Future carrier order.
We still have about four months to go, but it seems the speculation and confusion surrounding Samsung 's next flagship is already starting to heat up. Details naturally change with the tide but some seem to stick like glue. For example, there's the idea that the Galaxy Note 6 will have 6 GB of RAM.
While almost immediately after the Samsung Galaxy S7 was revealed, we had pricing, it's quickly become apparent that carriers aren't going to leave themselves in a position to be outbid. T-Mobile, for example, is just one mobile device carrier inside the USA that's begun the war with a buy-one-get-one deal.
Netflix isn't winning any popularity awards from users this month. First, many users had forgotten about next month's price hike, and have been very upset at the prospect of paying an extra $2 per month for the service. Now a large group of users in Canada are reporting that they can no longer access US content through VPN providers.
Verizon’s plans is getting even more expensive.
Big Red has long had the reputation that it’s by far the most expensive carrier in the country?and the changes to its data plans this week will not do anything to dissuade that image. But, the news isn’t all bad! Along with the increased price comes an increase in how much data you get per line.
After months of leaks, the details of Samsung's Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge may not have been a complete surprise, but that won't stop people from buying it in droves. All five of the major US carriers are signed up to sell the new Android flagship, and the good news if you're itching for an upgrade from your current phone is that you won't have too long to way.
Details about the Samsung Galaxy S7 launch on Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile have been confirmed. We'd already heard that Samsung's latest smartphone would be arriving at Boost Mobile on March 11, and per Monday's announcement, that it'll be launching at Virgin Mobile USA on March 18. Now pricing has been confirmed, as well: customers will be shelling out $649.
The introduction of new LG devices during the Mobile World Congress last February was met with a lot of excitement, particularly as they were trying to do something new with their flagship smartphone. After a few months of waiting, their new smartphone and smartwatch will soon be at your hands and wrist by April 1.
Verizon is offering up a number of limited-time promotions as part of a deal for Father’s Day. While most of them revolve around Samsung in one capacity or another, some of the savings can be had in other ways. Each has a prerequisite or caveat, but chances are good that if you are buying a device from Verizon this month, you’ll get something extra.
Free 50″ Samsung Smart TV .
BlackBerry is now pushing out a fresh Marshmallow beta update for the Priv to those who signed up to help test it, though, this time around they are being a bit more specific about who exactly will be receiving it. For this release, T-Mobile customers whose Priv is of the STV100-1 variant and signed up for the beta should be seeing the update notification.
It would appear that Samsung's schedule for releasing Galaxy phones will once again match up - sort of - with Apple's iPhone. Not just because both devices generally appear ready for the market at around the same time of the year - Autumn. Also because Apple is said to be seeking out OLED panels this time around - at least for a phone with a 5.
With a benchmark like the record-breaking Veyron, Bugatti had to create something special in the all-new Chiron . It succeeded. Unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show today, the hotly-anticipated supercar doesn't just look like a spaceship brought to Earth, it promises to drive like something trying to achieve escape velocity.
It's just a few months now before the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 ends up being revealed by the company, just in time to battle the next iPhone. Just as it was the past several years with release timing, it shall be again - we have no indication at this time to the contrary. But what has been and was stopped may end up being brought back - more than one Samsung Galaxy Note in a year. Blasphemous? Maybe.
Now that BlackBerry has officially announced their latest Android-powered device, better known as DTEK50 , we've got the full run down of specs for you. For the DTEK50, BlackBerry decided to go with mid-range specs and an all-touch form factor as was rumored early on. Take a look at what powers the DTEK50 from BlackBerry.