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T-Mobile announces Digits, a single phone number for all of your devices

T-Mobile's Digits service, launching in beta, provides a single number for all of your devices -- including smartphones, tablets, computers, and even wearables. It's free for T-Mobile postpaid customers.

'Pokémon Go' promotion successes continue with Sprint marketing tie-in

U.S. carrier Sprint's teaming up with Pokémon Go developer Niantic to roll out promotions across more than 10,500 stores. It follows on the heels of similar collaborations with Japanese cellular provider Softbank and McDonald's.

Ireland is the latest country to gain access to Google's Android Pay

Android Pay is Google's mobile payment system, which turns your phone into a wallet and negates the need to pull out your credit card in stores. Chase Bank will add support on Sept. 7.

Single-use Powrtabs phone chargers are recyclable and fit in your pocket

Powrtabs provide a small boost to your smartphone battery, and we tried them out.These single-use smartphone chargers could be just the backup you need to avoid running out of power when you’re out and about.

Google rolls out Android 7.1.1 Nougat to Pixel and Nexus devices

Google has released the newest version of Android, version 7.1.1 Nougat, for eligible devices including the Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, and Nexus 6P. Here's everything you need to know.

Google cut down app update sizes by 65 percent — but there is a catch

Google managed to find a way to cut app update sizes by 65 percent -- but the new update method is much harder for a phone to process. Because of that, the new method will only be used for background auto-updates.
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OnePlus 3T Review

The OnePlus 3T is almost Pixel perfect, and it's a fraction of the cost.

Instagram rolls out new features in an effort to combat cyberbullying

Social photo-sharing network Instagram is rolling out a series of tools to help stop cyberbullying on the platform. Users will be able to switch off comments on posts, "like" noteworthy comments, and delete current followers.
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Google's experimental new feature lets you search with emojis via Twitter

People seem to like emojis -- more than 600,000 of the 21 million tweets sent every hour contain at least one. An experimental new feature lets you perform searches on Google by tweeting emojis to the @Google handle on Twitter.

Samsung Galaxy S8 will reportedly not have a standard headphone jack

After the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, Samsung will want to leave 2016 behind and turn its attention to making next year's flagship, which we know as the Galaxy S8,. Here's everything we think we know about the phone so far.

WhatsApp update now lets you stream a video before it finishes downloading

WhatsApp added a new feature to its app -- the ability to watch a video before that video finishes downloading. The feature follows a slew of others from the company including the ability to video call contacts.

Supreme Court rules unanimously for Samsung in patent battle against Apple

Samsung and Apple have been at each other's throats for the better part of six years. The U.S. Supreme Court has vacated damages levied by a lower court, effectively ruling in favor of Samsung.