Tag Archive: Seeing


MoviePass now prevents you from seeing the same movie more than once

New and existing subscribers are affected by the change.

MoviePass – the lustrous subscription service that enables you to see up to one movie per day for just $ 9.95/month – just got a lot less appealing.

Following an update to the Android app and a change to the Terms of Service that just came in today, MoviePass subscribers are no longer able to see a certain movie more than once.

As of 12:49 PM EST, April  [Read More…]

Seeing the light [#acpodcast]

Daniel Bader and Andrew Martonik, are joined by associate editor Hayato Huseman to talk about the creepiness of Facebook, the upside of notches, and taptic engine performance on Android devices.

They also discuss the new Acer Chromebook Tab 10 — the first Chrome OS tablet to hit the market. Plus, the crew takes a look at the triple threat Huawei P20 and P20 Pro, the Porsche Design Mate RS, and why software continues to be such a big  [Read More…]

How to keep people from seeing when you were last active on Instagram

Social media today gives us the tools to easily spy on family and friends. Case in point, Instagram just implement a new feature which allows your subscribers to see when you were last active in the app. In order to view this information, one has to access Direct Messages. So unless you’ve been messaging back […]

Are you seeing the ‘jelly scrolling’ effect on your OnePlus 5?

People always hone in on something with each new phone.

Now that we’re past the initial launch and fascination with the OnePlus 5, and many people have them in their hands, we’re all starting to focus in on the finer points of how the phone operates. Throughout multiple launch-day OTAs, and talk about the cameras, one thing has cropped up consistently: so-called “jelly scrolling.”

The effect refers to how the screen is responding to touch when scrolling.  [Read More…]

BlackBerry KEYone: Seeing the forest for the trees

The BlackBerry KEYone isn’t trying to be the best phone ever — just the best BlackBerry ever. It’s succeeded, and given the faithful something to use and abuse all over again.

It’s easy to forget that on-screen keyboards weren’t always as good as they are today. In fact, for years they kinda sucked. Those were the years in which BlackBerry ruled for pounding out message after message. It also was the only real source for secure(ish) messaging. And the cult  [Read More…]

Android Instant Apps seeing limited launch today, will open up further over time

You’ll soon be able to run parts of apps without installing anything.

After learning about Google’s new “Android Instant Apps” initiative back at Google I/O 2016, they are finally ready for live trials in the real world. Google has worked with Android developers at BuzzFeed, Wish, Periscope, and Viki to make the first Android Instant apps.

When an app is designed to be an Android Instant App, it lets users download and run specific parts of it  [Read More…]

Seeing a Spanish update message on the Nexus 7 (2013)? Don’t install it just yet

Several users are receiving an update message in Spanish on the Nexus 7 (2013) configured for English. The update includes the July security patch and comes in at 12.1MB, but the description is in Spanish and it looks like there isn’t a way to clear the update notification. According to Google’s issue tracker, the update is being received by users across regions.

Per the discussion in our forums, Google is aware of the issue:

Just got  [Read More…]

Android N Beta bugs and issues – what are you seeing?

It’s not even technically a beta, but we know a bunch of you are using it.

We’ve had a bit of time to play with the Android N beta on our Nexus phones. Google made it easy — maybe too easy — to switch over to the beta from a pretty stable Marshmallow, so this time around there are a lot more people using it. And finding the bugs.

That’s part of what the beta program  [Read More…]

HTC 10 leaks out, could we be seeing a comeback?

After its release of the not-very-successful HTC One M9 and Desire series, we may have glimpse of what is expected to be the HTC One M10. Or rather, the HTC

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Samsung’s Blue Topaz and Emerald Green Galaxy S6 finally seeing the light of day

Samsung is giving consumers more color variety for its flagship smartphones, introducing the Blue Topaz version of its Galaxy S6 and the Green Emerald color for the Galaxy S6 edge.

Samsung’s press release says the new colors are available for consumers “now” but there’s no specific launch dates or territories mentioned. We first saw these new colors during the global launch back at Mobile World Congress and it’s safe to say we’ve been anticipating actual release  [Read More…]