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T-Mobile Mini internet TV box spotted at FCC – Geeky Gadgets

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Geeky Gadgets T-Mobile Mini internet TV box spotted at FCCGeeky GadgetsThe first details have been made available for T-Mobile's new Internet TV box which has been spotted making its way through the FCC. T-Mobile has previously announced that its TV service will launch before 2019 and the arrival of the new hardware at … Source ... Read More »

The best deals from Alibaba's Singles Day – The Verge

Alibaba’s Singles Day is a huge international shopping event that originated in China and has now spread across the globe. Deals kicked off on November 6th, and shoppers everywhere from the US and UK to China and Indonesia are able to nab some good deals. Many analysts, including App Annie and Adobe, predict that Singles Day will sell more than ... Read More »

Why you really have to turn your mobile phone to flight mode REVEALED – Express.co.uk

Flights require plane passengers to follow numerous rules, be it wearing a seatbelt or keeping the window blind open at certain times. One regulation, in particular, has many travellers flummoxed – why they need to turn their mobile phone onto airplane mode. Switching a phone to flight mode means any radio-frequency signal transmission by the device is suspended. Consequently, phone ... Read More »

Every Android version from the T-Mobile G1 to Android Pie – CNET

Happy birthday, Android. Betsy Lyon/CNET It’s been 10 years since Google launched the Android mobile OS and it’s come a long way. This is especially compared to its early days when it struggled to convince the world that its friendly green extraterrestrial could make applesauce of the revolutionary iPhone. In truth, Google’s first Android phone, the HTC-made T-Mobile G1, wasn’t ... Read More »

Startup Saturday: A helping hand gadget for diabetic foot cure

The seeds of innovation for a tissue imaging technology known as the ‘wound healing assessment and prediction’ (WHAP) gadget were sown in a workshop for Deepak Kumar, founder of Epocare private limited. He, says, “After completing engineering I had attended a workshop on imaging technologies at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay. It was when I was playing around ... Read More »

This Samsung exec wants gadgets to start talking to us like friends right out of the box

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="It sounds incredibly dystopian, and like a nod to Spike Jonze’s 2013 movie Her, but Viv Labs CEO Dag Kittlaus shared his quirky-sounding vision for the future of gadgets and machines during a discussion this week as part of the Samsung Developer Conference. One day, he imagines, you’re going to make a tech ... Read More »