Google Pixel 4a: Everything We Know, Just Not a Release Date (Updated)

Read the original post: Google Pixel 4a: Everything We Know, Just Not a Release Date (Updated) The Google Pixel 4a was supposed to be the hotly anticipated follow-up to the Pixel 3a, an affordable Pixel phone that offered the Google camera experience we love with great software and an affordable price. But as this global pandemic shows no signs of slowing (at least in the US), we are still tracking and waiting for the 4a, which we all thought would have been here by now. Because this story has gone…

How to Cancel YouTube TV (or Pause Subscription)

Read the original post: How to Cancel YouTube TV (or Pause Subscription) YouTube TV expanded its channel line-up this week to include the Viacom networks. In doing so, the price increased to a point where a number of its users have had enough. Now at $65/mo, we are long-removed from the days of YouTube TV being $35 and an affordable TV option over the cable box experience from your internet provider. At this point, YouTube TV is probably a mostly-bad deal. I can imagine that some of you are looking…

Chrome for Android Will Soon Be 64-Bit

Read the original post: Chrome for Android Will Soon Be 64-Bit Hey, we’ve got big Chrome for Android news! In version 85, which is currently only in Chrome Dev, we’ll make the switch to 64-bit! Since I’m not a specialist in explaining bits and thangs, I don’t think I’m going to even try to talk through to you what this means in the end. Honestly, I had no idea Chrome was still 32-bit…you can see how much this has affected my life. I’m the guy who simply has 64-bit devices…

OnePlus Nord Design Revealed a Bit in Official Video

Read the original post: OnePlus Nord Design Revealed a Bit in Official Video OnePlus is doing that pre-product launch promotional thing they always do, where they have mapped out each day to announce or show off a new feature or spec or phone-related-item to get a ton of free press and not have to spend much on advertising. It’s working, as it always does, because we love talking about new products. Take today for example, where OnePlus sent out a video of the new OnePlus Nord with the subtlest of…

T-Mobile Shuts Down Sprint’s 5G Network, Redeployment Underway

Read the original post: T-Mobile Shuts Down Sprint’s 5G Network, Redeployment Underway Sprint customers, you probably knew this was coming, but don’t worry, it’ll all be fine in the long run. If you weren’t already aware, which seems unlikely unless you own a Sprint 5G device and live in an area where it was supported, T-Mobile has shut down Sprint’s legacy 2.5GHz 5G network. It’s not going away for good, though, as T-Mobile intends to redeploy the mid-band spectrum as its own down the road. Should your device only have…

AT&T TV Also Raised Prices This Week and Cut Free HBO Max From Lowest Package

Read the original post: AT&T TV Also Raised Prices This Week and Cut Free HBO Max From Lowest Package AT&T TV quietly adjusted prices in the wrong direction this week alongside YouTube TV and fuboTV. Each of its available plans are now $10 more per month than they were a few days ago, plus one of the packages no longer has its best freebie. I still can’t find an announcement from AT&T about the price change, but it appears they made the sneaky switch after June 27, when the Internet…

Verizon LG G8 and V50, Galaxy S10 5G, and Moto Z4 Get Updates

Read the original post: Verizon LG G8 and V50, Galaxy S10 5G, and Moto Z4 Get Updates Verizon is shipping out updates to various devices this week. The majority are just security patches, but owners of the Moto Z4 should expect quite a bit more. The LG G8 and V50 are receiving the June security patch, while the Galaxy S10 5G is getting the June patch and performance improvements. For the Moto Z4, it’s receiving Bluetooth fixes, UI improvements, Call Filter app fixes, plus more. Here are the build numbers…

Time to Sign-Up for Verizon’s New Student Discount and Save $10-$25/mo, Get Free Disney+

Read the original post: Time to Sign-Up for Verizon’s New Student Discount and Save $10-$25/mo, Get Free Disney+ The new Verizon student discount we shared with you in June went live today! We don’t want you to miss this because it’s a pretty solid discount for college students that also includes freebies. For college students of all levels (undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate), you can save $10/mo on single-line accounts or $25/mo on 2-line accounts. You need to get on one of Verizon’s unlimited plans, which start for as little as…

WhatsApp Gets Animated Stickers, Plus Dark Mode for Desktop

Read the original post: WhatsApp Gets Animated Stickers, Plus Dark Mode for Desktop WhatsApp is getting a few sweet changes this week, with some of the new stuff available to both mobile and desktop users. The first thing I’d like to highlight is Dark Mode for WhatsApp on the web and desktop. That’s good stuff. The other big inclusion is Animated Stickers, which is just another fun way to communicate with your friends. Check out the full changelog below. Animated Stickers: Stickers are one of the fastest growing ways people…

DEAL: Buy Nest Hub Max, Get Nest Hub Free

Read the original post: DEAL: Buy Nest Hub Max, Get Nest Hub Free The early 4th of July deals have arrived and one of the best involves Google’s Nest Hub smart display line-up. For the weekend, as long as stock lasts, you can buy a Nest Hub Max and receive a regular Nest Hub for free. The Nest Hub Max currently sells for $229, so that’s all you need to pay to get both devices. The Nest Hub typically runs at $89, if you were wondering the amount of money…