Customers of AT&T who want new cellphones will now have to update their devices by paying the full retail prices upfront or through monthly installment plans because AT&T is ending its 2-year contracts.
It’s almost 2016, which must mean another iPhone is on the way. Not only will we be getting a new iPhone, but one with significant changes over previous models, if we are to believe the rumors.
The use of broadband Internet in U.S. homes is starting to drop, according to a report by the Pew Research Center. In fact, just 67% of U.S. homes have broadband connectivity, down from 70% in 2013.
Battery life -- longer battery life, that is -- remains a key issue in the mobile tech world. And Sony is moving to do something to help phone users everywhere get more battery for their bucks by 2020.
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