T-Mobile ditches two-year contracts, LinkedIn changes its search tool, and the Evernote app updates its note-taking tools on Android.
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T-Mobile is ditching the typical contract and smartphone subsidy for
a new plan
. Pay full price for a phone, or pay it off over time with monthly payments -- and data plans start at $50 a month for 500 MB. Expect T-Mobile to release more details at a
press announcement Tuesday morning
Other stories featured in Monday's tech roundup:
- Barnes & Noble is working on incorporating
in-app purchases for apps on the Nook tablets
. And for those seeking an e-reader for their Easter basket, Barnes & Noble is giving a
free Nook Simple Touch e-reader with the purchase of the Nook HD+ tablet
- LinkedIn has been tweaking its search for the past year. Starting Monday,
an improved search tool
will show results tailored to your network.
- Lawmakers in West Virgina say
wearing Google Glass while driving should be illegal
, just like texting while driving.
- HTC blames the camera for
the delay of launching the HTC One
, its flagship smartphone with an all-aluminum body. Expect a U.S. launch sometime in April.
The SnipSnap coupon app arrives in the Google Play store
for Android users. It lets users scan clipped coupons instead of having to carry them to the store.
Evernote updated its Android app
with the same features found in the iOS version, including the ability to scan notes written on pages of the special Evernote Moleskine notebook.
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