Tag Archive: Users


Pixel users unable to install the July security patch

A few hours ago Google started rolling out the July security patch of the Pixels and Nexus phones. The new update is said to bring critical bug fixes, as well as improve overall performance and stability of the devices. It sounds fairly standard, but there’s a problem. Pixel owners have taken to the Google Product […]

How to set up Google Home with multiple users

Google can differentiate between up to six Google accounts, making it easy for the whole house to use!

Google Home works by recognizing your voice, letting you listen to music, add items to your shopping list and even check the day’s news. With multi-user support, that goes a step further allowing up to six different accounts to link to a single Google Home. This means that every account can receive personalized responses from Google Home to help  [Read More…]

An Android user’s look back at 10 years of iPhone

I spent years of my life avoiding Apple products, but it’s a wonder if my life would exist as an Android user if the iPhone hadn’t been a success.

Where were you ten years ago when Apple first launched the iPhone?

I was midway through college and barely able to fathom what technology would look like in the year 2017. There was no such thing as a “smartphone” back then; they were all called cell phones or  [Read More…]

How to manage users on Google Home

Adding or removing an account from Google Home will only take a few minutes.

Google Home makes it easy to control your connected home, and linked accounts all with the power of your voice. While multiple accounts can use Google Home at the same time, the time may come when a roommate moves out and you need to remove their access. Have no fear.

We’ve got the details on how to add, or remove a linked account  [Read More…]

Google Home now supports multiple users in the UK

Multi-user feature is rolling out to Brits starting today.

The UK is the second country to get multiple user support in Google Home, following the feature’s rollout in the United States back in April. The update begins rolling out today, allowing Home devices in the country to distinguish between up to six different voices, giving each member of the household access to their own personal data on a Google Home.

To activate multiple user support, simply  [Read More…]

Mozilla’s Firefox Focus lets Android users browse privately

Good news Android users, Mozilla’s private Firefox Focus browser, formerly exclusive to iOS, just landed in the Google Play Store. And it’s a very light download – only 4MB. Unlike other alternatives, the mobile browser automatically blocks a wide range of online trackers, thus allowing you to surf the web undetected. Firefox Focus taps in […]

Jay-Z’s new album 4:44 is releasing on June 30 exclusively for Sprint and Tidal users

Jay-Z’s 4:44 album will be available to stream exclusively on Tidal, and Sprint customers can get in on the action for free.

Jay-Z’s upcoming album, titled 4:44, will be releasing on June 30 exclusively on Tidal, the Hi-Fi streaming service owned by the artist. With Sprint picking up a 33% stake in Tidal earlier this year, the album will also be available to the carrier’s 45 million subscribers.

Sprint announced last month that it will roll out  [Read More…]

Samsung is spamming Galaxy S8 users with ads via push notifications

According to the reports of a bunch of displeased Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ on Reddit, Samsung has concocted a new, ingenious way to serving more ads. Apparently, the Korean tech giant is now displaying ads via push notifications for some users through the Game Optimization Service. The game management app, which comes pre-installed Samsung […]

Galaxy S6 and S6 edge users on T-Mobile are finally getting Android 7.0

You can hold off on upgrading your aging Samsung device for a little bit longer.

The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge may no longer be the two most popular Samsung smartphones, but if you’re still holding on to one of the two and you’re on T-Mobile, you’re due for an update. Both devices are officially getting Android 7.0 Nougat, which includes interface tweaks, Android’s multi-window mode, and Doze capabilities. You’re still a few minor iterations behind the very latest  [Read More…]

Sorry, Galaxy S8 users: Bixby voice assistant remains delayed

The Wall Street Journal reports we won’t see it until “at least late June.”

There are so many features the Samsung Galaxy S8 has going for it; it’s almost bezel-less, it has the best display on the market, and it’s a wondrous performer. But one thing it does not have going for it is its own virtual assistant. It’s been two months since the launch of Samsung’s big phone release and there’s still no Bixby in sight.

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