Tag Archive: Users


Sense 6 rolling out now to Canadian HTC One M7 users

Owners of the HTC One M7 in Canada have a big treat waiting for them in their Software Update settings: Sense 6. As promised by HTC last month, they’ve been working on an upgrade for the HTC One M7 to Sense 6 that debuted on the HTC One M8, and now, at least in Canada, that update is available.

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Samsung unveils their 1.5 Terabyte wireless media streamer aimed at Android users

Samsung and Seagate have come together and created an external wireless hard drive designed to work with Android devices. The Samsung Wireless media device has a capacity of 1.5TB, so it can hold up to 750 movies, 375,000 MP3s, 425,000 photos or any combo of the three — as well as countless documents and assorted files.

The device is designed so that up to five users can connect wirelessly, with no Internet connection required. Users can  [Read More…]

Sprint begins throttling users in congested areas

Despite what the “unlimited” plan might make you think, Sprint is exercising their right to throttle back on users they’ve deemed as using too much data. Heavy use contract customers on Sprint, as well as prepaid customers on Sprint-based MVNOs Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA, have been hit with warnings that starting next month Sprint will be engaging in “prioritization management” in congested areas.

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AT&T HTC One M8 users see their Google Drive bonus wiped out, to return in May

The AT&T HTC One M8 has been hit with a glitch that has, at least temporarily, taken away the bonus 50GB of Google Drive storage that come with the device. HTC Advantage is one of the nicer services that come with the device; it includes benefits like free cracked screen replacement, HTC backup and hands-on help. Users also get an additional 50GB of storage on Google Drive for two years. Well, that is as long as  [Read More…]

Study shows that Samsung users spend little time on bloatware apps

You’ll notice in just about every non-Nexus device review we’ve done over there past few years that there are comments about the pre-installed apps that come on these device, and we’ve always wondered why they’re there and who really uses them. Turns out the answer to the second part of that question is “just about nobody.” Strategy Analytics dug into their AppOptix data to look at the usage patterns of real world more than 250 users  [Read More…]

Google lets users send backed up photos via web-based Gmail client

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Google on Tuesday introduced a new feature for the desktop web-based Gmail experience that allows for better sharing of photos. Log into the browser version of Gmail and you might encounter a new “Insert Photo” button at the bottom of your composition window. This feature lets users send photos that have been taken from Android devices and automatically backed up to the Google+ cloud. Listed  [Read More…]

Google offers incentives to bring XP business users to Chromebooks

With the recent demise of official support for Microsoft’s Windows XP, Google is looking to attract business users of the 12-year-old OS with a handful of promotions for enterprises considering the switch to Chromebooks.

Verizon HTC One Max users can get Android 4.4.2 starting Monday

Verizon’s HTC One Max has a treat soon, says HTC executive director of product management Mo Versi. Android 4.4.2 and Sense 5.5 have received approval, and will be making their way to users as early as Monday afternoon.