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Asus Zenfone 3 Go News And Rumors

Why it matters to you There are a ton of budget phones out there, but they’re not all worth buying. The Asus Zenfone 3 Go is shaping up to be one that is. The budget-friendly Asus Zenfone Go was one of the most popular devices in the Zenfone 2 lineup, …

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Sprint Reportedly Still Interested in Merging with T-Mobile

Why it matters to you SoftBank, Sprint’s parent company, wants to merge with T-Mobile. That would leave mobile customers in the U.S. with three choices. If you thought Verizon’s new unlimited data plan was earth-shattering, you haven’t heard about Sprint’s merger plans. According to a Reuters report on Friday, Sprint …

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BlackBerry Ended 2016 With 0.0 Percent Smartphone Market Share

Why it matters to you Once one of the largest smartphone makers, BlackBerry’s irrelevance pushed it to 0.0 percent. Blackberry was king of the mountain eons ago, but the Canadian manufacturer just hit rock bottom — with a 0.0 percent market share, according to research firm Gartner’s latest quarterly data. …

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ProtectPax 'Liquid Glass' Gel Protects Screens from Scratches

Why it matters to you ProtectPax might just be revolutionary. It’s a gel that claims to make your smartphone’s screen just as resistant to scratches as tempered glass protectors. If you’re the type that worries about wayward car keys or nail files scratching your pricey smartphone’s screen, fret no more. …

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How to Recover a Lost Contact on Your iPhone

Contacts are an important part of your iPhone, especially if you’re constantly making calls, sending emails, or texting friends and family. You may have one long contact list, or one that’s been meticulously organized and sorted to make navigation easier. Contacts are so integral to staying in touch with others that it’s …

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Google Ends Support for Android 2.3 Gingerbread

Why it matters to you With the release of the new Google Play Services, devices running Android 2.3 Gingerbread are unlikely to receive updates. It’s the death knell for a deprecated operating system. On Friday, Gingerbread, version 2.3 of Google’s mobile platform, is no longer officially supported. That’s due to …

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