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Alcatel Idol 5S and A30 discounted for Black Friday

Alcatel has chimed in with anticipation of the biggest shopping weekend of the year with deals kicking off starting at midnight (Pacific Time) on Wednesday night and will end Cyber Monday night (November 27) or until supplies last. Alcatel will offer $80-off its Idol 5S for a grand total of $200. This may be a good deal for those looking for an inexpensive smartphone that works across all four US carriers, including Sprint and Verizon. The Idol 5S offers a Snapdragon 625 CPU and 3GB of RAM. There are 32GB of internal storage, which can be expanded up to 512GB via a microSD card...



Moto E4 Plus is now available at Verizon, up for pre-order unlocked elsewhere

Right on the previously announced schedule, today the Moto E4 Plus became available to order in the US. The phone is currently only actually in stock at Verizon, where you can have one for a prepaid plan if you shell out $129.99. That's the cheapest price right now. At the same time, big third party retailers have started pre-orders for the unlocked Moto E4 Plus, which will be released on August 11. If you don't mind seeing Amazon's ads and offers on your phone and you are a Prime subscriber, you can buy the device for $139.99 (with 16GB of storage), or $159.99 (with 32GB of space). On...



House of Marley Smile Jamaica Wireless Review

Good sounding inexpensive earphones are rare. Good sound inexpensive wireless earphones are practically nonexistent. So when we tried the Smile Jamaica Wireless from House of Marley and found it to be a great combination of price and performance, we had to do a full review. The Smile Jamaica Wireless are a wireless version of the Smile Jamaica wired earphones. The wireless model has a neckband design that dangles from your neck. Between the complexity of fully wireless earphones, such as the AirPods, and something with longer cables, the neckband style is a good compromise and slowly...



Huawei found guilty of 4G LTE patent infringements, has to pay $10.5 million

Recently, Huawei was forced to exit the US market - at least partially - and suffered great losses, but the troubles don't seem to stop there as a jury at the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas found the Chinese firm guilty of multiple patent infringements. Reportedly, back in 2014, the US company PanOptis tried to contact Huawei and schedule meetings to discuss the violations and even offered reasonable non-discriminatory terms to license the patents so Huawei can continue using those technologies. After three consecutive years and numerous letters, the Chinese tech...



Galaxy Tab S Pro on the way, Samsung files to protect name

Samsung announced the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge at MWC 2015 on March 1st but brought them to the world market in April. The Galaxy S6 Active has now arrived at AT&T exclusively, and the Galaxy S6 edge Plus has a name filing and is on the way, along with the Galaxy A8, which will debut on July 17th. With all the excitement surrounding Samsung products, we know that some of our readership is ready for a new Samsung tablet. Tab S2 rumors and leaks have circulated, but it seems as though Samsung’s got another “Pro” tablet preparing to make the rounds. (more…)