Google's billion-dollar deal to acquire a part of HTC (along with a non-exclusive license for its intellectual property) is done. The two companies announced its completion tonight, and the details appear to be the same as originally announced. While the team behind the Pixel phones is joining Google, HTC says it will continue to make mobile devices under its own brand name while using Vive products to compete in VR. It won't stop there either, as the company...
A photo emerged in a now-deleted tweet of what appears to be an Acer tablet running Chrome OS. The photo was snapped by an attendee at the Bett education and technology show in London and was spotted by ChromeUnboxed. The photo shows what would be the first ever Chrome OS tablet.

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Final Fantasy XV‘s mobile version will come out for iOS and Android on February 9, via Japanese gaming-focused news site Siliconera. Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition takes the original game, which came out for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in November 2016, and adapts it for touchscreens with new graphics and controls. The console version of Final Fantasy XV has been a hit, selling over 7 million copies worldwide.

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Here's your fragmentation reporter with my usual report on how badly adoption of Google's latest OS continues. According to Google...
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Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus rumors have been mounting, painting a picture of a large-screen, slim-bezel phone with the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processorand a dual-camera setup (at least the larger S9 Plus). Rumors also include Samsung's own Face ID secure face unlocking, and an in-screen fingerprint reader.

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Google’s Project Fi has updated its plans to make the service a better choice for heavy data users. The MVNO has launched a new feature called Bill Protection that will cap your $10 per GB data bill at $60 a month, while still allowing you to use as much data as you want, essentially creating its own version of an unlimited data plan.

Bill Protection gives you the peace of mind to use extra data when you need it. In months when you use more than 6 GB of data, we’ll...
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