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The Galaxy A32 5G is the cheapest Samsung phone on Google Fi, but not the one you should get right now

The Galaxy A32 5G is the cheapest Samsung phone on Google Fi, but not the one you should get right now

The Galaxy A series represents an excellent intersection of performance and price, and now there's a new option sold straight on Google Fi. Google's offering the Galaxy A32 5G, announced at the start of this year, sold directly from the Fi store. It's $280 outright, which is only a little more than you'll find the phone unlocked. But as good a deal as that is, new Google Fi customers probably shouldn't pick one up.

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The March security patch is arriving for more Samsung devices in the US — here is the list so far

The March security patch is arriving for more Samsung devices in the US — here is the list so far

Samsung started updating some of its international devices to the March security patch last week, and now distribution is reaching unlocked devices in the US. As well as improvements to security, the update includes One UI 3.1, bringing with it a plethora of new features from the Galaxy S21 series to older phones.

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Samsung's April patch is rolling out to the Galaxy A51 and other US models — here's the complete list

Samsung's April patch is rolling out to the Galaxy A51 and other US models — here's the complete list

The April security patch has already reached a whole bunch of Galaxy devices in the US, but Samsung’s rollout continues to steadily progress as more phones and tablets join the list. Now, the April patch is hitting some mid-range Galaxy A phones and flagship tablets from Verizon and T-Mobile.
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T-Mobile's OnePlus 7T Pro 5G and McLaren Edition finally get their Android 11 updates

T-Mobile's OnePlus 7T Pro 5G and McLaren Edition finally get their Android 11 updates

OxygenOS received quite the visual overhaul last year with version 11, borrowing some design elements from One UI to improve one-handed use. The OnePlus 7 series was late to the Android 11 party, only getting the update in March — six months after Google released it for Pixel devices. Despite the wait, there are plenty of new features and improvements in OxygenOS 11, and now the T-Mobile version of the 7 Pro and 7T are getting a piece of the action.

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AT&T is making tablet and laptop data plans way cheaper

AT&T is making tablet and laptop data plans way cheaper

Today AT&T announced its refreshed DataConnect plans, now with extra 5G. While that's nice, the big news is that they're considerably less expensive than they used to be. Customers looking to AT&T for a dedicated connection on a mobile-equipped tablet, laptop, or hotspot might want to check them out.

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Verizon sells off its AOL and Yahoo media properties, including Engadget and TechCrunch

Verizon sells off its AOL and Yahoo media properties, including Engadget and TechCrunch

For the last few years, some of the web's most long-running tech media publications have been owned by a giant telecom company. Verizon bought AOL in 2015 and Yahoo in 2017, which meant that websites like Engadget and TechCrunch were under its new Verizon Media umbrella. Today Verizon announced that it's selling off Verizon Media to a holding company, Apollo Global Management. The new organization will go by the old Yahoo name.

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Google's I/O schedule is up, featuring a familiar face

Google's I/O schedule is up, featuring a familiar face

Google has just pushed live its I/O 2021 schedule. Outside the usual expected talks like the I/O and developer keynotes, "What's new in Android?," and the (always great) fireside chats, there are a few new interesting-sounding topics, like "anomaly detection with TensorFlow" and "serverless demo derby." And, nestled among the three days of events, there's even a talk from Android Police alumnus Liam Spradlin.

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HBO Max thinks you'll pay $10 a month for an ad-riddled service without the latest movies

HBO Max thinks you'll pay $10 a month for an ad-riddled service without the latest movies

With a backlog of HBO original programming, Time Warner movies and television properties, and a year's worth of Warner Bros. theater releases, HBO Max ain't a bad deal at $15 a month. But if that's outside your budget, the streaming service will get a cheaper option soon. Reports say that starting in June, you'll be able to watch most of its content for $9.99 a month, with frequent interruptions for commercials.

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Unlike Apple and Samsung, T-Mobile's tracker gadget doesn't need a nearby phone to find your stuff

Unlike Apple and Samsung, T-Mobile's tracker gadget doesn't need a nearby phone to find your stuff

"Mom, can I have an Apple AirTag?" "No, we have an AirTag at home!"

At home:

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Wi-Fi Calling gets the ax on more than a dozen T-Mobile devices

Wi-Fi Calling gets the ax on more than a dozen T-Mobile devices

T-Mobile is about to turn off Wi-Fi Calling to a number of older phones. Have you been prudent enough to see the day when your phone's been made obsolete? Well, at least in one small factor.

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