Best Buy has dropped info on Thursday's U.S. launch of the Samsung Nexus S. And they are as follows:
- Stores open at 8 a.m. local time
- Online sales nationwide start at 8 a.m. Eastern time.
- There's a limit of two phones per customer; stores have a finite supply (natch)
- Demo phones will be on hand. (Let's hope they're not the non-working dummy phones we're all too used to at Best Buy)
- The Nexus S is unlocked.
- Off-contract price is $529, plus tax.
- On-contract price is $199 with a two-year T-Mobile plan. Add-a-line activation runs $249.99.
Best Buy also will have the usual upgrade checking in place, and they'll make sure you leave the store with the phone working (and likely with an accessory or two). So there you have it, folks. Just a couple of days to go. [Best Buy]
The EU will follow the UK's example in not banning Huawei
The EU will not block Huawei equipment from member states' 5G networks. Instead, it has opted for a limited approach aimed at threat mitigation, urging member states to not rely on high-risk suppliers.
Are Android phones 'safe' from viruses & for banking?
No online device is really safe, but your Android phone gets pretty darn close.
Is it better to buy new or used smartphones?
When buying a phone, there's a big decision you need to make — whether to get a new phone or something that's used. Our AC forum members recently shared their thoughts on this topic, and this is what they had to say.
These are the best drives for expanding the NVIDIA Shield TV Pro's storage
It's cheap and easy to expand the internal storage of the NVIDIA Shield TV Pro (2019). We've rounded up the best options for adding additional gigabytes to your favorite set top box.