AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint Launch New Carrier Deals for iPhone XS and XS Max

  1. AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint Launch New Carrier Deals for iPhone XS and XS Max  Mac Rumors
  2. The iPhone XR versus the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max: Which is right for you?  AppleInsider
  3. Apple’s iPhone XS looks terrific, but the iPhone you already have is about to feel brand new  BGR
  4. The real reason Apple is now selling 7 different iPhones at once  The Week Magazine
  5. Four industries Apple is set to disrupt  Computerworld
  6. Full coverage


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iPhone XS pre-orders aren't even open, but Verizon already has a killer deal

  1. iPhone XS pre-orders aren’t even open, but Verizon already has a killer deal  BGR
  2. Apple’s new iPhones use eSIM technology, but only nine countries in the world support it  The Verge
  3. iPhone deals: Save big on last year’s models  CNET
  4. A12 Bionic: A closer look at the world’s first 7nm smartphone chip  The INQUIRER
  5. First iPhone Xs Max cases: What you can buy right now  Macworld
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Armstrong out at Verizon's Oath after integrating AOL, Yahoo

Armstrong out at Verizon's Oath after integrating AOL, YahooTim Armstrong, head of the Verizon unit that included faded internet stars AOL and Yahoo, is leaving the company at the end of the year, the telecom and media giant announced Wednesday. Armstrong was the first chief executive at Oath, the name chosen when Verizon acquired Yahoo and incorporated the internet pioneer into a new division that had promised to innovate in online media.


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This is what Samsung's Note 9 costs on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint

  1. This is what Samsung’s Note 9 costs on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint  The Verge
  2. Top 10 Best Micro SD Cards For Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – August 2018  Android Headlines
  3. Key settings you need to change on your brand-new Galaxy Note 9  Digital Trends
  4. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review: The best never felt so bland  PCWorld
  5. Full coverage


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Verizon throttled 'unlimited' data of Calif. fire department during Mendocino wildfire

In documents filed this week, submitted as evidence in a lawsuit over the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of net neutrality rules, Santa Clara County Fire Chief Tony Bowden said Verizon slowed down data speeds of devices essential to his department for coordination firefighting resources.

     

 

 


Source: USA Today