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Google Assistant for Home Products Works with More Media

Google today made its Google Assistant even more powerful with a handful of new functions. First, the Assistant for Google Home speakers can now easily set personalized alarms. People can specify which song, artist, playlist, or radio station plays at the appointed time, rather than a traditional alarm. Google Home …

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Review: Coolpad Revvl Plus for T-Mobile

The Revvl Plus is an affordable Android slab that delivers an enormous screen at a reasonable price point. Stand-out features include a dual-camera system for capturing bokeh-style portraits, and a fingerprint reader for security. Here is Phone Scoop’s in-depth report. Source

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Nokia's Q4 financial reports better than expected.

Nokia Campus in Espoo, Finland Telecommunications giant Nokia’s financial results for Q4 2017 are out and they are better than the initial predictions. The company reported $1,2 billion operating profit for Q4 – up from the $1,101 billion forecast.  What made the 9% increase a reality was the multi-year patent …

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AT&T Says First 5G Device Will Be a Puck

When AT&T launches 5G service, the first device able to access it will not be a handset and will instead be a puck, according to comments made by AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson. “Getting the handsets at scale penetrated into the market will slow things down,” noted Stephenson. “So that’s why …

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