T-Mobile Connect T-Mobile connect is simply a low-priced phone plan with access to the 5G network. Plans are offered at $15 per month for unlimited talk and text with 2GB of high-speed data. There is also a $25 per month plan with 5GB of data. Interestingly, the plan is set to grow as usage does by increasing the data allowance by 500MB a year for five years. This is by no means a huge amount, but for a low-income family, this can be a lifesaver. … [Read more...] about 5G on T-Mobile & Sprint: Everything you need to know
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Download either the free or paid version of SpeedX 3D from the Android Market. If you already have SpeedX 3D, make sure you're on at least version 2.5.5. Select "Play" and then "Contest" from the main menu and see how long you can race before being eliminated. The longer your run, the higher your score. Compete against other players (top scores are available here). There is no limit to the number of times you can attempt to improve your score, so keep trying! The contest is open to readers worldwide and runs until Wednesday, 31 August at 5 PM EST. Winners will be announced here on AC on Thursday, 1 September. Join us after the jump for the QR code and Market download link for the free version, as well as the full contest rules. … [Read more...] about Reminder: Last chance to win a 3D phone with SpeedX 3D and Android Central!
you never forget your first HTC Inspire 4G retrospective review: My first Android desire Of all the dozens, if not hundreds, of phones I've tested over the years, I just couldn't shake my fond memories tied to my first Android phone, the HTC Inspire. So I bought one off of eBay. … [Read more...] about HTC announces new versions of the Wildfire, Desire and Incredible
you never forget your first HTC Inspire 4G retrospective review: My first Android desire Of all the dozens, if not hundreds, of phones I've tested over the years, I just couldn't shake my fond memories tied to my first Android phone, the HTC Inspire. So I bought one off of eBay. … [Read more...] about Froyo available to Desire users on Virgin finally
I use Google products and reluctantly trust the company with my data. Google's track record of how it cares for user data stands on its own, and I truly believe it would responsibly report and address any outside data breaches. I do this because the services I get in return are phenomenal — Assistant greets me each morning and turns on my lights when it knows I have to wake up. Google Photos keeps better track of my photo library than I ever could. Gmail is like a virtual filing cabinet where everything you've ever sent or received is there and easy to find. And the other services like Maps or Google Docs are useful each time I need them. The trade-off is worth it to me. … [Read more...] about Security isn’t privacy, and you can have one without the other