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CNBC: T-Mobile CEO John Legere won't be the next WeWork CEO

Earlier this week T-Mobile CEO John Legere's name popped up as a possibility to take over the top spot at WeWork after its failed IPO and ouster of co-founder Adam Neumann. However, subsequent rumors clarified that he was just one of the potential re… Source: Engadget | CNBC: T-Mobile CEO John Legere won't be the …

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Google's Files app now streams local media to your Chromecast

Google just made it decidedly easier to beam your personal media collection to your Chromecast device of choice. An updated version of the Files by Google app includes long-in-the-making support for playing your audio, photos and videos on any Chrom… Source: Engadget | Google's Files app now streams local media to your Chromecast

Pre-installed apps on low-end Android phones are full of security holes

In what has become an annual reckoning, security research company Kryptowire recently published its 2019 report on the state of manufacturer-installed software and firmware for Android devices and, to no one's surprise, they found more than 140 bugs… Source: Engadget | Pre-installed apps on low-end Android phones are full of security holes

'Minecraft Earth' early access comes to the UK and 8 other countries

Minecraft Earth's early access release is finally rolling out to countries around the world, although it's not necessarily available where you might expect it. Mojang and Microsoft have confirmed that the augmented reality game is now available on A… Source: Engadget | 'Minecraft Earth' early access comes to the UK and 8 other countries

Twitter is rolling out a fix for the 'auto-scrolling' bug on iOS

Has the Twitter timeline been extra jumpy on your iPhone or iPad? Yesterday Twitter acknowledged the "frustrating" issue, and now an update to address it is rolling out via the App Store. It's unclear if it was supposed to be a seamless addition of n… Source: Engadget | Twitter is rolling out a fix for …

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FCC crackdown on cellphone subsidies leaves millions without service

The Ajit Pai-era FCC has spent much of its energy cracking down on claimed abuses of the Lifeline subsidy program, but this anti-fraud effort may be hurting low-income households more than it helps. The investigative news outlet Center for Public In… Source: Engadget | FCC crackdown on cellphone subsidies leaves millions without service

FCC formally approves the T-Mobile-Sprint merger

Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) formally approved the T-Mobile-Sprint merger. The decision comes after a drawn-out, and at times contentious, review of T-Mobile's $26.5 billion bid to merge with Sprint. Source: Engadget | FCC formally approves the T-Mobile-Sprint merger

'PUBG Mobile' Payload Mode adds helicopters and airstrikes

PUBG on your phone is about to get decidedly more lethal. Tencent has introduced a promised Payload Mode to PUBG Mobile on Android and iOS that adds both aerial combat and the means to defend yourself. You can fly in attack helicopters to wreak hav… Source: Engadget | 'PUBG Mobile' Payload Mode adds helicopters and …

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Instagram is trying to shut down stalking app Like Patrol

Whether it's a parent checking in or a jealous boyfriend keeping tabs on his ex, stalkers are going to stalk. There are several apps that enable this type of behavior, and Like Patrol is one of them. The app scrapes Instagram data, allowing users to… Source: Engadget | Instagram is trying to shut down stalking …

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WhatsApp's fingerprint unlock feature finally arrives on Android

Earlier this year, WhatsApp added an extra layer of privacy for iOS users when it enabled support for Touch ID and Face ID. Today, it announced Fingerprint Lock for Android. Now, WhatsApp users can unlock the app with their fingerprint on Android, to… Source: Engadget | WhatsApp's fingerprint unlock feature finally arrives on Android

Apple Card users get 24-month interest-free financing on iPhones

Apple is giving Apple Card users an extra perk with the introduction of interest-free, 24-month financing on iPhone purchases. It announced the move on its earnings call. Along with the three percent cashback Apple Card offers on purchases from the c… Source: Engadget | Apple Card users get 24-month interest-free financing on iPhones

Motorola's foldable display RAZR leaks in first official-looking images

Perennial leaker Evan Blass has shared what looks like our first offical look at Motorola's upcoming foldable display RAZR phone. In contrast to the fan render Motorola used to tease the phone back May, the image Blass shared appears to be an officia… Source: Engadget | Motorola's foldable display RAZR leaks in first official-looking images

Is the iPad Air the 'just right' tablet for most people?

Deputy managing editor Nathan Ingraham found a lot to like about this year's iPad Air: a bigger screen, snappier performance and longer battery life. However, a starting price of $499 means some trade-offs; it only supports the first-gen Apple pencil… Source: Engadget | Is the iPad Air the 'just right' tablet for most people?

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