SIM cards

2 weeks ago, Mon, Nov 13, 2017, 03:47:28
SIM cards
Switching SIM cards can be quite obnoxious, especially if you happen to be moving between devices regularly, either out of habit or for work, and happen to need SIM adapters to make it all work. So it’s nice to see Google embracing eSIM tech on its own network, a process it says it’s piloting with Pixel and Fi for now. Down the line, “We look forward to sharing what we learn and working together with industry partners to encourage more widespread adoption,” Xi writes. A SIM-less future would be nice indeed. IN THIS STORYSTREAM Google keynote: all of the news from the Pixel 2 event 3 best and worst features of the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Google’s Pixel 2 phones are the first to use built-in eSIM technology Google will email customers when Pixels are back in stock VIEW ALL 34 STORIES NEXT UP IN TECH YouTube has removed thousands of videos from extremist cleric Anwar al-Awlaki Google’s Pixel Buds have started shipping Can Circa make the case for an alarm clock in the age of smartphones? Early Black Friday deals on Samsung 4K TVs, HP Envy x360 laptop, and more Ohio State had a bit of fun at Apple’s expense during today’s game against MSU Alibaba’s Singles’ Day sale amassed $25.3 billion, doubling 2016 Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales combined NOW TRENDING Disney’s streaming service has won, and it hasn’t even launched yet

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