AT&T is currently taking the blame over election reporting problems in Michigan. This is because some counties were unable to immediately report the results of their election on Tuesday night due to AT&T’s 3G network shutdown.
The Wayne County clerk’s office confirmed in a website alert that 65 out of 83 counties in Michigan “are no longer modeming unofficial election results.”
Dish Network recently revealed its Q2 2022 earnings report and it’s not looking too good for its wireless subscribers. In this quarter alone, Dish lost 210,000 retail wireless net subscribers. As a whole, the cable company has lost 1.1 million customers in its wireless business since they purchased Boost Mobile from T-Mobile in August 2020.
Despite losing customers, the 210,000 net subscribers it lost can still be considered an improvement compared to the 343,000 customers it lost in the first quarter. Not to mention, it also lost 245,000 wireless retail subscribers in Q4 2021.
iOS device users, expect to see more ads on the App Store. As revealed by 9to5Mac, Apple plans to add a couple of new ad slots to its App Store as a way of expanding its advertising business.
Right now, there are two places where ads are situated in the App Store: the main ‘Search’ tab and the Search results. With the new announcement, users can expect to see an ad on the ‘Today’ homepage and on individual app pages.
For quite some time now, Motorola has been teasing the public of a couple of new devices it has lined up its sleeve– the Razr 2022 and the X30 Pro. These two phones were slated to be revealed in a launch event today, which Motorola called off at the last minute.
Motorola and Lenovo mobile general manager, Chen Jin, turned to Weibo to announce the cancellation of the launch event today. The event was scheduled for 7:30 AM ET today.
“I’m sorry to inform you that the Moto new product launch scheduled for 7:30 tonight has been canceled for some reason.”
It looks like some Samsung Galaxy S22 users are experiencing problems with their phone display. To be more specific, the users say the problem is caused by the phone’s adaptive display feature that affects the phone’s refresh rate. After a period of inactivity, users experience stuttering videos in streaming apps like Netflix or Amazon Prime Video.
According to SamMobile, the issue is affecting users in Europe. Device users have shared their experience on Samsung community forums.
Back in March, Samsung announced that it will be launching a self-repair program for select Galaxy devices in partnership with iFixit. It’s been quite a wait but the program is finally available.
As reported by Engadget, iFixit will help you repair your Samsung device by purchasing components and tools that Samsung has officially sanctioned. They will then help guide you through the repair process.
Having the option to try a device before you buy it sounds like a dream. It’s just too bad that not all smartphone manufacturers are offering this to customers. But today, Samsung is making this option available to potential customers.
Earlier today, Samsung unveiled its “Galaxy Early Birds to Go” program, a “try it first, buy it later”scheme that allows potential users to test out certain Galaxy devices. And when they’re satisfied with the product, they can make the decision to buy it.
AT&T has agreed to a settlement of a California class-action lawsuit in the amount of $14 million. This is for the 2019 lawsuit for the $1.99 admin fee that it started charging customers. And as a customer, you may be entitled to a payout.
If you’re looking forward to upgrading your device, you might want to wait for the Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro. Although these phones haven’t been released, we might have an idea when its launch would take place.
According to Jon Prosser (from Front Page Tech), it’s possible that Google will be launching these two phones in October. To be more specific, they will start accepting pre-orders on October 6th. Meanwhile, the availability of the two devices won’t be until October 13th. We can also expect Google to hold an announcement event for the two devices just in time for pre-orders.
Good news! New York’s subway tunnels will soon be getting cellular service. This means that anyone traversing through the subway system will be able to use uninterrupted data service on their devices.
The announcement was made by theMetropolitan Transportation Authority this week. But hang on– the project won’t be launching just yet. It will take at least 10 years to wire all the underground track beneath the city, which spans 418 miles. The needed infrastructure will be built and funded by Transit Wireless for $600 million. In return, Transit Wireless will lease fiber-optic cables to carriers using them.
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