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Facebook Is Still Trying to Take Over Your Phone, New ‘Hello’ App Shows You Info on Callers

Facebook Is Still Trying to Take Over Your Phone, New ‘Hello’ App Shows You Info on Callers

By Josh Wolford April 22, 2015

Back in March, it slipped that Facebook was testing a new phone app that would serve as an Android dialer and caller ID app. Internal testing called it “Phone”. Now that app has materialized as Hello, which Facebook is launching …

Orbit: New Budget Windows Phone From ZTE Orbit: New Budget Windows Phone From ZTE

ZTE has added a new Windows Phone called Orbit to its growing phone portfolio. The new budget smartphone is based on the latest version of Windows Phone and comes with 4GB of memory. It also has HD voice and a …

Mexicans Well Overcharged Billions In Phone Web Mexicans Well Overcharged Billions In Phone Web

Mexico is the second largest Latin American economy, but it seems the cost of phone and internet bills are holding it back. From the years of 2005-2009, consumers in mexico spent 13.4 billion dollars per year excess for phone and …

CES 2012: Smartphone Integration Reaches Hilarious New Heights CES 2012: Smartphone Integration Reaches Hilarious New Heights
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For the business worker who needs a phone in their phone, Nvoxia has you covered. File this one under silly and unnecessary, the Invoxia NVX 610 being shown off at CES combines a desktop phone with an iPod, iPhone or …

CES 2012: Samsung Galaxy Note Coming To America CES 2012: Samsung Galaxy Note Coming To America
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At their CES conference today, AT&T announced that Samsung’s Galaxy Note, which has been available overseas for some time, is coming to the US. For the time being, at least, the phone will be exclusively on AT&T’s 4G LTE network. …

Motorola Mobility: Google to Get Into Baby Monitor Business? Motorola Mobility: Google to Get Into Baby Monitor Business?

Everybody in the tech industry is talking about Google’s pending acquisition of Motorola Mobility, which Google has positioned as a defensive maneuver to protect Android from patent wars with the likes of companies like Microsoft and Apple. While that may …

Over a Million Calls Made from Gmail in First 24 Hours
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Google announced (via Twitter) that over 1,000,000 people placed calls from Gmail within just 24 hours. This feature began rolling out yesterday (and as far as I can tell isn’t even finished yet).

T-Mobile’s Twitter Blocking

If you don’t understand it, don’t allow it.

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That could be the thinking behind why mobile operator T-Mobile has begun blocking Twitter usage in the US, and opening up a customer service debacle, not to mention a public relations one.

AT&T Sort Of Opens Wireless Access

Any phone, any application, that’s the mantra of AT&T’s wireless business, but it isn’t any different than what has always been available to AT&T customers.

Google Finally Announcing Cell Phone Project Today

UPDATE: The announcement is now confirmed, please see below.

Monday = Google Phone Day?

Current buzzings on the Internet suggest Google will have lots to say about its mobile phone strategies after the weekend.

Google Checkout & Gmail Updates

I was browsing through the Google Blogs using my Yahoo Pipe and noticed that there have been a couple pieces of cool news item floating around at the the Gmail and Google Checkout blogs.

Google, Verizon Now Best Of Pals

All of that legal nastiness between Google and Verizon over the latter’s alleged attempts to alter the conditions of the forthcoming 700MHz spectrum auction has faded, as the two may team up for a Google Phone deal.

The Skype Phone

Skype, the internet phone service, is all about disruption.

Skype Phone Introduced Internationally
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Voice over Internet Protocol provider Skype is developing its own software platform to launch a cell phone built with 3 Mobile, a wireless provider in Europe, Asia and Australia.

GPhone Is Not a Phone?

Google has been working on a mobile phone project for more than two years and the GPhone has caused expectations in the technology world to rise.

Wal-Mart Ends Phone Option For Online Customers
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Wal-Mart is taking a step backwards when it comes to online customer service. The retail giant said it would no longer offer its customers the choice of being able to speak to a customer service representative if they have problems with an order.