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NextRadio Deal Will See FM Radios Unlocked On Samsung Phones

Samsung will ensure that at least some of its future U.S. smartphones ship with active FM radios, says NextRadio. Sometimes Samsung and/or its carrier partners leave FM radios, which are included in nearly all phones, inert. That will change. FM radio makes it possible for hundreds of millions of people …

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BlackBerry Power Center receives update

The BlackBerry Power Center app has received an update in the Google Play Store. The app helps you optimize the power usage of your Android powered BlackBerry handset, so that you can make sure that your phone has power when you need it the most. You can decide on a …

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OnePlus Eying U.S. Carriers As It Preps Next Flagship

OnePlus is looking to grow its business beyond the enthusiast crowd. Speaking to CNET, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau said, “If the right opportunity and right timing come along, we’ll be very happy to experiment” with a distribution deal with U.S. carriers. OnePlus handsets are available only from the company itself. …

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Best of CES 2018

CES is the world’s big consumer tech show. Every year we head out to Vegas to check out everything in person. We honor the standouts with our Best of CES awards. This year, five products really caught our eye. Source

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Qualcomm's RF Front End Popular with Phone Makers

Qualcomm today said a number of leading handset makers have adopted its radio frequency front-end. Some of the OEMs include Google, HTC, LG, Samsung and Sony Mobile. This means these smartphone manufacturers will rely on Qualcomm’s hardware to ensure their devices can talk to wireless networks. This is particularly important …

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Powermat Has Joined the Wireless Power Consortium

Powermat, the company behind the Power Matters Alliance and its PMA wireless charging technology, has joined the Wireless Power Consortium, the group that makes Qi wireless charging technology. Powermat became a member of the WPC this week, where it will contribute its technology to improve and advanced inductive wireless charging …

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