Christian Brazil Bautista

Christian Brazil Bautista

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Christian Brazil Bautista is an experienced journalist who has been writing about technology and music for the past decade. He is a recent New York transplant from Manila, Philippines and spends most of his days playing video games on the subway and having arguments about punk records over Skype. He hopes to one day understand why people go to Whole Foods. You can reach him at @cbrazilbautista on Twitter and on Facebook.

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Sprint pulls a T-Mobile with free international data and text in 15 countries

Sprint is doing its best imitation of competitor T-Mobile as it launches International Value Roaming, a new program that provides subscribers with unlimited text and data in Latin America, Europe and Asia.
Wearables

Apple Watch preorders are selling on eBay for as much as $13,499

Apple’s new smartwatch is turning out to be a good source of dough for shady eBay scalpers. If you missed out on the pre-orders and are looking to waste some currency, the Internet would be more than willing to oblige.
Mobile

Samsung says there might not be enough Galaxy S6 Edge phones for everyone

According to a report, Samsung is expecting a shortage of Galaxy S6 Edge units as it grapples with manufacturing issues due to the device's curved display. Samsung is working to curb the issues as much as possible.
Wearables

Sorry, Apple fans! The Apple Watch will be sold exclusively online at launch

The Apple Watch will be available for previews and preorders tomorrow. However, purchasing the device requires a more roundabout process, one that is more complex than a simple exchange of currency and goods.
Apple

Grab your popcorn: Netflix-style torrent app Popcorn Time is now on iOS

Popcorn Time, the controversial Netflix-style streaming service, has just come out with an app for non-jailbroken iOS devices. The group also announced plans to open a sort of underground app store.
Mobile

Android Lollipop is only on 5.4 percent of devices, and Kitkat is still the most popular

Google has just released data on Android distribution. Five months since Google started rolling out the latest version of its OS, only 5.4 percent of Android devices have been updated.