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T-Mobile is giving away 12 Fitbit Charge 2 fitness trackers (today only)

T-Mobile USA wants you to stay fit this holiday season, so it’s giving you the chance to win a Fitbit Charge 2 wearable on Twitter. Just like the LG V20 giveaway from a couple of days ago, the Fitbit Charge 2 giveaway is part of T-Mobile’s “12 Days of Magenta” ...

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Here are the latest paid iOS apps that are free for a limited time

Apple iPhone, iPod and iPad owners, get ready to thumb through the latest list of paid iOS apps that are now free for a limited time only. If you’re new to this list, we recommend that if you see an app you want, install first and ask questions later. If ...

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Google Allo has officially crossed 10 million user downloads on the Play Store, but is it enough?

Messaging apps are a dime-a-dozen nowadays. Between WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Kik, Snapchat, Telegram, GroupMe, and others, there are more than enough services to choose from if you want more functionality and features than what’s present with older SMS technology. Google tried getting in on this action with the announcement of ...

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More prescription lenses are available for Spectacles, but these ones cost just $29

We’ve seen plenty of unique gadgets this year, but few have created for as much buzz or interest as Snapchat’s Spectacles. The Spectacles and their ability to allow you to easily snap and record content for your Snapchat account certainly is an interesting prospect, but the actual act of getting ...

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T-Mobile offers AT&T switchers DirectTV Now free for a year 'on a faster, more advanced LTE network'

AT&T recently launched its zero-rated DirecTV Now streamer, aimed at cord-cutters everywhere, for the extremely enticing $35/month introductory offer, which includes more than 120 popular channels to choose from. You can also add HBO and Cinemax for a fee, and there is a free trial offer on the cards. Moreover, ...

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Fitbit to preserve Pebble's smartwatch functionality for at least a year

Fitbit’s recent acquisition of Pebble didn’t bring too many good news for Pebble users. Warranty support was cut for all devices and new models such as the Pebble Core and Time 2 didn’t even make their way to the wrists of everyone that pre-ordered them. Not all is lost though, ...

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Facebook is looking to feature exclusive video content

An interesting shift in policies can be observed with social media giant Facebook – apparently, the corporation is stepping away from only being a medium from which media is broadcast and is now looking to pay for exclusive video content in a bid to stimulate this type of consumption amongst ...

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Samsung Pay to come pre-installed on most Samsung phones in 2017

Starting next year, mobile payments app Samsung Pay will come pre-installed on the majority of newly-made Samsung handsets. This move is now possible, because the fingerprint scanners that serve as an authentication mechanism for the app are increasingly cheaper to produce and will be implemented in every future model except ...

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5 interesting facts about Super Mario Run

After Pokemon Go, expectations about the newly launched Super Mario Run are sky high: millions of people will be downloading the game and hopes are high that it will stick. Interestingly, Pokemon Go, a game often associated with Nintendo, was not made by Nintendo itself. An interesting thing to know ...

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Results: which dual camera idea do you like most: iPhone 7 Plus, LG G5, Huawei P9?

So, in 2016, we got to see three big-name flagships that tote a dual camera module on their backs. But all three used the secondary sensor differently. The iPhone 7 Plus has its 2x zoom telephoto lens, LG’s G5 has a wide-angle shooter, and Huawei’s camera has that monochrome sensor, ...

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