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Bloatware might be easier to get rid of with Android 5.0 Lollipop

Bloatware might be easier to get rid of with Android 5 aka Lollipop

With Android 5.0 Lollipop, getting rid of bloatware and uninstalling applications from carriers might become easier than before. The Android team from Google has revealed that carriers who will be selling smartphones running on Android 5.0 Lollipop will have the option to get their apps on the phones through the Google Play Store. Carriers usually install what we call bloatware ...

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AT&T locks Apple SIM cards that are activated on their network

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Apple launched a very interesting new product during their recent iPad press event, although they failed to actually mention it at the conference. The product in question is the Apple SIM, a universal SIM card that works with a number of different carriers. What’s interesting about it is that it allows its users to select their carrier of choice by picking it from ...

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Nexus 6 officially announced and detailed, runs on Android Lollipop

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Earlier today Google announced the highly anticipated Motorola Nexus 6 smartphone as well as the Android Lollipop operating system. It seems that most of the rumors regarding the device were accurate after all as the successor to the popular Nexus 5 is indeed a phablet, and one of the biggest around to boot. The Nexus 6 features a gigantic 5.96-inch ...

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Two new LG G3 models will arrive next month

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More than two months have passed since the LG G3 was first released on May 27th. Back when the device was announced LG said that it will end coming in five variants: Silk White, Metallic Black, Shine Gold, Burgundy Red, and Moon Violet. Thus far, only the first three colors are available, but we’re also going to see the other two ...

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Sprint is looking to buy T-Mobile for $32 billion

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Sprint has agreed to buy T-Mobile for $32 billion according to Reuters. The deal has not been announced by the companies yet and the information comes from unnamed sources. The U.S. only has four major carriers at the moment, but if this deal goes through and is approved by regulators there will only be three. Softbank owns Sprint and two-thirds of ...

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