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HTC U Ultra (unlocked) now available for purchase in US

A few days ago, pre-orders for the HTC U Ultra started shipping in the US, and now, the device is officially available for purchase in the country. HTC has the phone listed on its official US website, and is selling it for $749. The model on offer is unlocked, and is compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile networks. This means those on a CDMA carrier like Verizon are currently out of luck. As for available color options, the list includes blue, white, and black. Source | Via



Alcatel Idol 4S with Windows 10 no longer available from T-Mobile

T-Mobile's website no longer shows the only Windows smartphone that the carrier sells: The Alcatel IDOL 4S Windows 10 VR edition. When filtering for "Windows" devices, you simply get a "No items found" message and trying to load the actual product page simply doesn't lead you anywhere. Alcatel Idol 4S Windows 10 edition The Alcatel Idol 4S for Windows that you see pictured has three variations including this one: The first one to launch was the Aclatel's Idol 4S powered by Android ticking a Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 CPU. The next hardware variation is the Idol 4S Windows edition,...



Huawei Nova 3i arrives in India for $300

Huawei announced the Nova 3i last month as the first device with the Kirin 710 chipset. Two weeks ago we reported the phone would arrive on August 7 in India as Amazon Exclusive, but today the device was only listed for pre-order. Actual sales will open on August 11, but until then the price tag is INR20,990 ($305/€265). The Nova 3i was released as a more affordable alternative of the Nova 3 that is powered by a Kirin 970 chipset. It comes with a dual camera setup on the back, but it is just 16 MP primary sensor with 2 MP secondary one for some artificial blur. Two more cameras with AI...



New Amazon Fire TV devices leak in pictures and specs

Two new Fire TV devices by Amazon leaked, revealing an expansion of the streaming portfolio. A new Fire TV with an HDMI cable sticking out will arrive as a mid-range device, while a set-top box in the shape of a cube will be the high-end model by Amazon. Similar to the Chromecast by Google, the mid-tier Fire TV will support 4K HDR video, meaning the current Fire TV Stick will stay as the affordable option since it streams only in Full HD resolution. This device will have 1.5 GHz quad-core CPU and Mali-450MP graphics unit. The RAM will be 2 GB while the storage will be 8...



Google Play bans crypto mining apps, repetitive aps

Google just updated its app developer policy regarding its content for children, adults, violence, discrimination, cryptocurrency mining and also clears out the repetitive apps. Apps that "appeal to children but contain adult themes" are no longer allowed. Apps that contain adult content of any sort are banned. Applications containing hatred against individuals or groups based on race or other characteristics are now explicitly banned too. More interestingly, the Play Store doesn't allow cryptocurrency mining apps anymore. There were plenty out there like MinerGate, Crypto Miner or...