Free MLB TV For T-Mobile (Sprint and Metro Customers, Too!) Returns April 5

Thanks to owners and players coming to terms recently, MLB baseball is back! To celebrate the start of a new season, as they’ve done for quite a few years now, T-Mobile is offering all of its customers a free season of MLB.TV, which is the official streaming platform for the MLB. It’s the best way […]

Chrome 100 Released on Android!

Google’s Chrome team had a big day today, with the release of Chrome 100 on several platforms. We got the stable update on desktop (Windows, Mac, and Linux) as well as on iOS. The Android version has been signed off on too, but may not hit your devices for a couple of days, you know, […]

Verizon Galaxy Note 10 Lineup Receives One UI 4.1, March Security Update

A fresh update is rolling out to the Galaxy Note 10 family on Verizon, which consists of the Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+, and Note 10+ 5G. Inside, owners will find the One UI 4.1 update, which provides a wealth of changes, such as enhanced object eraser for the Gallery app, Live Sharing in Google […]

Motorola Claims #3 Spot in US Smartphone Market for First Time

LG’s exit from the smartphone business presented a unique opportunity for the ever-competitive field that makes up the Android OEM world. LG, even towards the end, sold a substantial amount of handsets (majority in the low-end to mid-tier range), so naturally, companies like Samsung, Motorola, and OnePlus would be vying for those customers. As it […]