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T-Mobile Offers $200 Off iPhone X, Half Off a Second Apple Watch
New deals from T-Mobile make these pricey, latest-generation Apple gadgets a little more affordable.

Samsung Cuts OLED Production, iPhone X to Blame
The iPhone X isn't selling anywhere near as well as Samsung expected, and so OLED production must be cut back significantly.

Android Pay Is Now Google Pay
Google is unifying its payment systems under one brand to make the checkout experience across its platforms simpler and more consistent.

Swype Keyboard's Android and iOS Apps Discontinued
The app once referred to as the 'grand-daddy of swiping keyboards' is going away.

Pixel Owners Report Battery Life, Overheating Problems
The problems appear to be related to Google's February security patch.

Report: Samsung Galaxy S9 to Support 3D Emoji
Samsung's Galaxy S9 will support Apple Animoji-esque 3D emoji, according to reports.

Google Trials 'Promising' System for Locating 911 Callers
During the trial, a 'random sample of 911 callers using an Android smartphone' had their devices' location data sent directly to dispatchers.

Verizon Adds $30 Monthly Prepaid Option With 500MB of Data
Meanwhile, Verizon is making its unlimited prepaid plan more attractive with the addition of 3G mobile hotspot capabilities and a new, lower price.

Don't Be Afraid of Huawei and ZTE
U.S. intelligence officials say they don't want people to use Huawei or ZTE phones, but we don't think their claims have merit. Here's why.

Google's Project Fi Get New Perks for Travelers
The service now includes data coverage in 170 countries and territories.