LG's been hard at work for 2023's CES event in Las Vegas showing off multiple products in the north hall. Such as their OLED R (the world's first rollable TV), LG OLED Flex, and more. But one in particular, the OLED T, had swarms of crowds.
TrendNation's at the Consumer Electronics Show for the 5th through the 8th, and Sony's shown off their latest concept car dubbed 'Afeela'.
All T-Mobile and Metro by T-Mobile customers are now receiving free unlimited data and 20GB of mobile hotspot until May 12, 2020
Looks like the uncarrier's pulling another uncarrier move. With AT&T, Sprint and Verizon waiving fees and giving customers a 60 day grace period to pay for their bill, T-Mobile will be offering all customers free unlimited data with 20GB of mobile hotspot data until May 12, 2020. And it doesn't matter what plan you have, as long as it offers data.
Mint Mobile offers consumers free unlimited data until April 14th in response to the coronavirus outbreak (but there's a catch)
Now's never been a better time to be a Mint Mobile customer. Along with other carriers taking steps to make the coronavirus situation easier for everyone, Mint Mobile just went right at it and decided to give customers free unlimited data for all until April 14th.
But there's a catch... of course there's a catch.
It's November 6, 2019, and Reddit's website is down. You can get to the website at all, and login, but you won't be able to view any posts or comment anywhere. You may be able to see your notifications though, but you won't be able to take action on them.
We all know about Facebook's hidious emoji collection... but in some way (and we don't know how) they managed to "improve" it by making it a lot worse than it has been before. Facebook... stop touching my emoji. You're breaking something that wasn't broken in the first place.
STORYTELLER: LATRELL JENNINGS
After the release of the Galaxy Note9 by Samsung on August 9th, CNET's been reporting on this phone. And people in the comments aren't too happy, saying CNET's "been slipping" even before this Note9 coverage, with a high dislike count on their Note9 videos.
As Samsung gets ready to unveil it's new phones, smartwatches, and other smart devices, and as everyone's getting ready to pick up these new and shiny devices, rumors have went around that Samsung might ditch the Galaxy S+ series and leave the Note series as the only bigger options for a flagship Galaxy.
STORY TELLER: LATRELL JENNINGS. - This article is ad-free. Enjoy!
There are several people on the internet saying not to buy the Galaxy Note8 from blogs, and people on YouTube. And it's because of one thing... the price.
Compared to the Galaxy S8+, the price of the Galaxy Note8 is too high. It features similar specs compared to the Note8, and overall not worth the currently over $300 price for a dual-lens camera, more RAM, and a few other features. The current pricing of the Galaxy Note8 is $930.
STORY TELLER: LATRELL JENNINGS.
A YouTuber by the name of Latrell Jennings (me, the story teller) has took it upon himself to make a YouTube video where he puts his phone in a tub full of cold water while it's charging. Of course, this is a very dangerous move I made that nobody, and I mean NOBODY should do at home, but this is to show you what'll actually happen. Well how did it go? You may be asking... If you are listening on the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, or any other device with Alexa, visit the article on the TrendNation website to continue reading.
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