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Samsung Offers to Fix Galaxy S8 Red Screen Issues

Written By: Cassandra Bondie Just after the release of the Samsung Galaxy S8 in South Korea this week, users began reporting screen issues. Namely, they claimed their phones had odd, red-tinted displays. Samsung has already stepped forward in the light of the issue. The company has promised a fix, though it hasn’t...

Why It Wont Be Easy To Repair Your iPhone 7 Home Button

Written By: Cassandra Bondie The new, non-mechanical iPhone 7 home button seemed impressive when the phone was originally released. Unfortunately, a recent discovery has shown that replacing that home button results in completely inoperable equipment unless repaired at an Apple Store. Your home button can be broken...

Right to Repair Law Considered In Multiple States

Written By: Cassandra Bondie If you’ve owned any number of smartphones in your lifetime, you’ve probably experienced a break. Whether the screen cracks, the battery refuses to work, or the SD card becomes incompatible, technical smartphone problems can be a serious pain in the you-know-where. This isn’t...

Comcast Announces Mobile Service Launch for 2017

Written By: Cassandra Bondie After years of preparation, Comcast will finally release its wireless phone service for Xfinity internet and TV subscribers in 2017. The service will be called Xfinity Mobile and is slated to launch within the next few months. For Comcast, the goal of the service is to develop a stronger...

Will Spyware Be Installed On All Verizon Android Phones ?

Written By: Cassandra Bondie A week ago, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) republished a report that claimed Verizon intended to install spyware on all subscriber Android devices. Several days later, Verizon insisted that the new spyware (known as AppFlash) is still being tested. To date, it has only been...

Nearly 20,000 Apps Could Be Made Obsolete With iOS 11 Software Release

Written By: Cassandra Bondie When the iOS 11 operating system is introduced later this year, consumers may be surprised to find that nearly 200,000 applications will become obsolete. This number represents just under 10 percent of all applications available in the Apple App Store, dealing serious damage to...

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