With videos of David Beckham clouding everyone’s vision, Sprint quietly introduced a rather odd limitation on its new $80 “All-in” plan — a 600 kbps streaming video speed limit at all times. Well it took less than a day for Sprint to back off on that clearly poor decision, and tonight put up a blog post explaining that it had chosen to remove the limitation based on “customer feedback.”




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Roddenberry Entertainment, the media group started by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, is gearing up to release a new 360-degree interactive film on mobile devices. Called “White Room: 02B3,” the film will be released as an app and targeted specifically for use with VR headsets like Google Cardboard.




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Ever the 800-pound gorilla in the room, Samsung has released yet another high-end Galaxy S device in 2015 to lead it through the year. This is the sixth iteration, and the Galaxy S6 has a lot of great new features. Dramatically improved hardware, a stunning camera and a software experience that’s familiar to the hundreds of millions of people who already have a Samsung phone.

There are plenty of reasons to get yourself a Galaxy S6, and when you do you’ll want to get started with this guide. Whether you’ve just put down the money on your own Galaxy S6 — or someone you know is the lucky one to have it and needs some help — this guide will get you started with the phone.




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NVIDIA has another round of big game announcements today, with the headliner being Half-Life 2: Episode Two arriving on Android exclusively for the Shield Android TV and Shield Tablet. The latest in the Half-Life franchise to arrive on Android will only set you back $7.99, and is joined by Q.U.B.E: Director’s Cut ($9.99), Never Alone ($14.99) and Funk of Titans ($4.99).




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Android 5.1 for the Sprint HTC One M9 will be here in two days. HTC Mo Versi made the announcement today, stating that the latest software build had just received technical approval from Sprint. In addition to the standard Android … Read More




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HTC’s VP of product management Mo Versi revealed on Twitter that the Lollipop update will be rolled out to the HTC Desire Eye on AT&T starting tomorrow, June 30.




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The Moto X update onslought continues today, this time with Verizon. The carrier in red has posted the release notes for Android 5.1 Lollipop for the Moto X (2014), signaling that an OTA update should become available momentarily.




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Sprint’s no-contract subsidiary, Boost Mobile, has two new budget smartphones from LG available to purchase. One is the LG Tribute 2 which is priced at $99.99, while the other is the LG Volt 2 which costs $149.99.




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The travel-friendly design and unique characteristics of the Liberate XLBT Bluetooth Headphones make them a great option for casual use when jamming out or taking calls.

There’s a lot going on aesthetically with these headphones, but all together they look great and should fit comfortably over the ears of most users. After about a week’s worth of rocking out with these puppies, there are some aspects that stand out — both good and not so good. Whether you’ve seen the Liberate XLBT Bluetooth Headphones before or not, our review should give you more detail on the build quality and how they sound, mon.




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New details of the upcoming HTC Aero were leaked this weekend, revealing that the phone will go on sale in early November at Sprint. While we were expecting the HTC Aero to be the high-end smartphone promised by Cher Wang … Read More




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