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T-Mobile CEO sees doubling of U.S. business customers in 2016

T-Mobile CEO John Legere brashly predicted that the number of U.S. businesses switching to the carrier will grow even faster in 2016, doubling the number of small- and mid-sized businesses already in T-Mobile’s fold. In typical bluster, Legere on Wednesday noted in a blog, which included wide-ranging 2016 predictions, that growth with business customers has become “by far the fastest ... Read More »

How to get the Android Marshmallow app drawer on any phone

One of the changes brought in with the latest Android Marshmallow operating system is a new app drawer, which places frequently used apps at the top of the drawer, then lists alphabetically all your apps below. With this new app tray you scroll down rather than across to access all your apps. Here we show you how to add the ... Read More »

Are task killers, RAM optimisers and battery booster apps worth installing?

Modern Android smartphones are powerful devices – pocket PCs really – with a wealth of functions that only a few years ago would have belonged in the realms of science fiction. For all these technological advancements there is a cost, and invariably that comes in the form of reduced battery life. It’s all well and good being able to video ... Read More »

New Year’s Resolution: How to make a new start by deleting all of your Facebook posts

A New Year’s resolution to change Facebook posting habits is worth considering for most people. That trail of the ups and downs of the past year could hold an unpleasant surprise that could be socially or professionally limiting. Some people pay for careless posts The movie Minority Report predicted a future in which people are arrested and convicted for future ... Read More »

Microsoft disables Cortana for Android voice feature after user complaints

Cortana for Android users are expressing their frustration after Microsoft turned off the app’s “Hey Cortana” voice activation feature on Sunday.  While reviewers are frustrated that they can’t activate Microsoft’s virtual assistant using just their voice, it seems that the feature’s removal was actually done to mitigate a bug. According to Microsoft, when “Hey Cortana” was enabled, people were unable ... Read More »

OnePlus 3 feature, specification rumours: OnePlus 3 images leak online

OnePlus has spoiled us in 2015 with both the OnePlus 2 and OnePlus X, but it would appear that a new OnePlus 3 phone is already on the horizon. Also see: OnePlus 2 Mini rumours and OnePlus 2 review. Competition: Win a OnePlus 2! In early December Mobile-Dad leaked online some renders of the forthcoming OnePlus 3 – that may or may not be genuine – ... Read More »

White OnePlus X review: OnePlus launches Champagne OnePlus X in the UK

The OnePlus X is a great-value, good-looking Android phone, but there’s another variation that might tempt you even more. The white OnePlus X (aka Champagne OnePlus X) was previously available only in China, but as of today is also available in the UK. Also read our OnePlus One, OnePlus 2 and OnePlus Power Bank reviews. Competition: Win a OnePlus 2 ... Read More »

Galaxy S7 likely to get pressure-sensitive display and high-speed charging

Samsung will add a pressure-sensitive display and high-speed charging port to the upcoming Galaxy S7, according to a report on Monday. The vendor is also considering a retina scanner for some versions of the new smartphone, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. In addition, there will also be a curved-screen Galaxy S7 Edge, following the pattern set ... Read More »

Search every video-streaming service with Yahoo’s new app

Yahoo’s new iOS app will have viewers spending less time searching through streaming apps to find something to watch, and more time actually watching. The Yahoo Video Guide app is a one-stop-shop for finding movies and TV shows that are streaming on over 30 services. With Yahoo Video Guide, you can search for movies and TV shows to stream on ... Read More »

Elephone M2 budget smartphone review

If you’re looking for a cheap Android phone, buying from China can get you much more phone for your money. The Elephone M2 is one such example, and at £104.53 from Elephone Store it’s unlikely you’d find the same deal on the UK high street. We review the Elephone M2 budget Android phone. Also see: Best budget smartphones Elephone M2 review: ... Read More »

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