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  • Samsung’s Connect Tag is a low-power cellular tracker that only needs to be charged once a week

    Samsung is releasing a new type of tracking tag that can be attached to just about anything and offers smart location notifications over cellular. The Connect Tag was announced yesterday and is the first of its kind to use narrowband network technology (NB-IoT, Cat.M1). This means it can connect to the internet without consuming too much power, leading to a battery life of up to 7 days on a single charge.

    The tag can utilize GPS, WPS, and Cell ID to accurately determine location before relaying it to your phone.

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    Samsung’s Connect Tag is a low-power cellular tracker that only needs to be charged once a week was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Nova Launcher Prime is down to Rs.10 in India for Diwali

    Listen up, you Nova customization geeks. We know you’ve been looking at your phone’s homescreen for months hoping you could just hide that app from your drawer, use a clockwise rotation gesture to open the clock app, or swipe up on your messaging app …

  • Google Home now has a sleep timer to turn your music off

    With the introduction of the Home Mini and Home Max, there are now three types of Assistant-powered hardware from Google. The Assistant is already very capable, but that isn’t stopping the team from continuing to add useful features. At Google’s event earlier in the month we learned that Google Home can now easily find your phone, and it also recently added the ability to turn off your Chromecast-connected TV.

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    Google Home now has a sleep timer to turn your music off was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Qualcomm successfully achieves 5G data speeds on its upcoming X50 modem

    5G is still a few years away for most of us, but networks and tech companies are laying the groundwork for it right now. One year ago, Qualcomm announced it was developing its first 5G-capable mobile modem, the X50. If you’re not familiar with mobile …

  • Qualcomm announces Snapdragon 636 chip, reportedly 40% faster than SD630

    It was only a few months ago that Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 630 and 660 system-on-a-chip (SoC) designs. If you’re not familiar with the company’s large SoC lineup, the 6xx series is roughly mid-range, used by phones like the Moto G5 and Moto X…

  • Grab a $50 Google Play Gift Card for just $45 at Amazon

    Your next Android app just got more affordable!

    Is this deal for me?

    Google Play has millions of great apps, some of which are free and others of which you have to pay to use. Buying apps can be expensive, so it’s best to do it when they are on sale, but not every app goes on sale. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to save a little bit on all your app purchases?

    Well, right now you can pick up a $50 Google Play Gift Card for $45 at Amazon. It’s extremely rare to find a discount on these gift cards at all, so when you do you’ll want to be sure to jump on it.

    Whether you are looking to save a couple of bucks on your Google Play Music subscription, or have a slew of apps and icon packs that you want to buy, this discounted gift card can help. Buying this now is like giving yourself $5 for free to spend.

    There is a limit of one card per customer, and they are only valid in the U.S. You will have to wait for the gift card to be mailed to you, but the shipping is free and you can have it…

  • Essential is being sued over its modular accessory technology

    Essential Inc, created by Android co-founder Andy Rubin, launched its first smartphone earlier this year. The new company has already been subject to legal action, specifically from case manufacturer Spigen over its use for the ‘Essential’ brand name….

  • Some Pixel phones can’t receive any text messages, Google is working on a fix

    Google can’t go a few days without some sort of critical issue hampering the use of their products. Most recently, there was the issue with Artem’s Home Mini recording everything he said, but there have also been multiple bugs with Android Auto, Googl…

  • Qualcomm just made it way easier for phone makers to support T-Mobile’s 600Mhz network

    Your next phone will probably support a T-Mobile’s push for better coverage in the U.S.

    A lot of T-Mobile customers were upset that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 didn’t support T-Mobile’s burgeoning low-band 600MHz network; many of those same people wondered why Apple’s iPhone 8 and upcoming iPhone X lack the same capabilities.

    In fact, the LG V30 is the only phone to support T-Mobile’s new network, which pushes LTE signals further and penetrates walls better than even the widely-used 700MHz spectrum used by three of the big four carriers in the U.S. today.

    That’s all about to change. Qualcomm is releasing a number of components to phone manufacturers as part of its RF Front-End portfolio that include support for Band 71, which comprises the 600MHz band. These parts, which include a Low-Band Power Amplifier Module, an Adaptive Aperture Tuner, along with Duplexer and Diversity Receive (DRX) Filter, work with the baseband inside any number of Snapdragon chips from the 200, 400, 600, and 8…

  • Qualcomm has managed to fits its once briefcase-sized 5G modem into a phone

    Qualcomm has a 5G modem that works in an actual phone.

    Back at Mobile World Congress in February, I walked through Qualcomm’s sprawling show floor exhibit and was struck by the emphasis being paid to a technology that, at least at the time, had little form or concrete narrative.

    5G is a term thrown around to denote the next generation of wireless technology, combining the benefits of today’s high-speed 4G LTE with something faster, more ubiquitous, and significantly cheaper. While it won’t be available to the public until, at the earliest, 2019, companies like Qualcomm are already preparing for the shift.

    This is a 5G modem. Qualcomm has until 2019 to shrink it to fit inside a phone. #mwc17 pic.twitter.com/fMNfNpALP1— Daniel Bader (@journeydan) February 28, 2017
    Almost exactly a year ago, the company announced its first 5G modem, dubbed X50. It was a prototype product, using an unfinished specification of an unproven wireless technology, but it was, in the company’s opinion,…

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