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T-Mobile is giving customers $4 tickets for these 5 upcoming movies

4 monthes ago   |   By Phandroid

T-Mobile is hellbent on providing their customers with perks, even if they don't always make a lot of sense. Starting Tuesday, January 23rd, T-Mobile is giving their customers exclusive access to $4 movie tickets. According to T-Mobile, it's simply their way of saying, “Thank you for being a customer” and a fun way of doing it at that.
It's not for every movie, however. T-Mobile has worked out a deal with Twentieth Century Fox, so the discounted tickets will only apply to specific movies from the production company. The first is the opening of the new Maze Runner flick. Here's the full...
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4 reasons Apple's CarPlay and Google's Android Auto still aren't ubiquitous

4 reasons Apple's CarPlay and Google's Android Auto still aren't ubiquitous

4 monthes ago   |   By VentureBeat

ANALYSIS: Theoretically, pairing a popular smartphone with any new car should be easy: Apple's and Google's in-car platforms have been out for nearly four years, and should be ubiquitous by now. But as the Detroit Auto Show demonstrated this week, it's not that simple - CarPlay and Android Auto are still on shaky ground with some major automakers. Why? Between Amazon's Alexa, Tesla envy, some financial considerations, and the imminent arrival of 5G networking, a multi-year battle is underway to control the center consoles of future cars, and our phones are caught in the crossfire.
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Deals: Free Four Month Apple Music Subscription, $4 Movie Tickets for T-Mobile Users, VAVA Dash Cam, and More

Deals: Free Four Month Apple Music Subscription, $4 Movie Tickets for T-Mobile Users, VAVA Dash Cam, and More

4 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

LivingSocial has brought back a deal centering on Apple Music, which last appeared in November. With the offer, you can get a four month subscription to Apple's streaming music service for free, adding one extra month onto Apple Music's existing three month free trial and saving you $9.99.
Like the previous offer, LivingSocial's deal is only available for new subscribers who sign up for individual membership plans on Apple Music.
In other deals from this week, T-Mobile recently announced a partnership with Twentieth Century Fox Film that will allow T-Mobile customers to get discounted...
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Essential might be up for sale, but Andy Rubin suggests its next product...

Essential might be up for sale, but Andy Rubin suggests its next product will be "game-changing"

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HTC Vive Building VR Ecosystem Through New Partnerships

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Deal: Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear expansion is nearly 50% off on...

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Valve says Apple has rejected its Steam Link app for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV

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Essential May Cancel Second Phone Amid Rumored Company Sale

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Judge Koh releases documents that show Apple knew the iPhone 6/6 Plus would bend

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Unprotected T-Mobile API Let Anyone Get Customer Data With Just a Phone Number

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A security vulnerability in T-Mobile's website let anyone gain access to the personal details of any T-Mobile customer using just a phone number, reports ZDNet . An internal... Read more ...