Microsoft Examining SMS Bug
Dec 13, 2011, 7:41 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Microsoft has confirmed to Phone Scoop that it is working to fix a bug related to the SMS feature of Windows Phones that could render the Messaging Hub inoperative. "We are aware of the issue and our engineering teams are examining it now," said Microsoft spokesperson Greg Sullivan to Phone Scoop in an email. "Once we have more details, we will take appropriate action to help ensure customers are protected." Microsoft did not say when the issue might be resolved.
TCL has put out a few folding-screen concepts in the past year, and now they have a new one to show off at CES. It's a little more polished and functional than previous concepts, but it's also definitely not market-ready.
Dec 2, 2020
Qualcomm today fully announced the Snapdragon 888 chip and provided details on its features and performance. As the company's new top-end chip for phones, the 888 is expected to power many flagship-tier Android phones in 2021, just as its predecessor the 865 powered most Android flagships in 2020.
Jul 20, 2021
Messages by Google will come pre-loaded and be the default messaging app on all Verizon Android devices starting next year. T-Mobile made a similar announcement in March, as did AT&T earlier this month.
Dec 1, 2021
T-Mobile recently announced that its mid-band 5G network now covers over 200 million people, a threshold that the industry acknowledges as "nationwide" coverage. (Mid-band 5G offers an ideal balance of fast data speeds and broad coverage compared to 5G in other bands.) In an interview with Phone Scoop, T-Mobile executives detailed how they plan to maintain the company's lead in mid-band 5G even as Verizon and AT&T launch mid-band 5G early next year.