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AT&T exempts DirecTV from mobile data caps

AT&T is now giving DirecTV subscribers (and vice-versa) yet another reason to subscribe to both services. The latest version of the DirecTV iPhone app now exempts video from the satellite provider meaning AT&T subscribers can watch as much television as…

Huawei allegedly building Nexus 7 successor

The second-generation Nexus 7, released in 2013, is one of the most popular Android tablets of all time. Built by Asus, the 7-inch tablet was reasonably powerful at the time, and, perhaps most importantly, its $230 launch price made it very affordable.

ZTE showcases Axon 7 Mini ahead of IFA 2016

IFA 2016, Europe’s largest technology trade show, kicks off on Friday but that hasn’t stopped a number of companies from announcing new products ahead of the official start date. Chinese handset maker ZTE joins the fray with its Axon 7…

Corning unveils Gorilla Glass SR+ for wearables

Corning President James Clappin revealed in early 2015 that his company was developing a new cover glass material (codenamed Project Phire) that would offer scratch resistance on par with sapphire. Now, roughly a year and a half later, the glass…
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