Tag Archive: Won’t


The 220 day old 2015 Moto E wont be receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow

“We believe your phone should look and behave like you want it to. That means our approach to software is ‘less is more’, so you can focus on the choices that are right for you“

Motorola

Motorola, taking the “less is more” line a little too literal, will not be updating the 2015 Moto E and the Verizon and AT&T variants of the 2014 Moto X to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The 2015 Moto E, one of the best budget phones  [Read More…]

Current subscribers won’t receive a Google Play Music credit with a new Nexus purchase

Sorry Google Play Music subscribers. It looks like you won’t be getting an advertised three month credit when you purchase a new LG Nexus 5X or Huawei Nexus 6P. In the terms for the Play Nexus 90 promotion, it says the following:

“The Offer is only open to residents in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, France, Spain, Austria, Netherlands, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Switzerland, Belgium, Norway, Poland, Greece, Japan, Australia and New Zealand (each an “Eligible  [Read More…]

AT&T now won’t throttle your unlimited data until you hit 22GB

Data throttling is a pain. Especially when you have unlimited data and want the freedom to do whatever you’d like to do with your devices. However, that’s not the case anymore with unlimited plans, except for those on T-Mobile. Now there are data caps that will activate a slower network experience once met.

AT&T is one of the culprits that will slow your internet speeds to a crawl if you pass a certain threshold. Today, AT&T has announced that they  [Read More…]

AT&T won’t throttle unlimited data plans until 22GB of data has been consumed

AT&T has changed how the company throttles the connections of customers in congested areas, depending on how much data they consume. The US carrier had a limit of 5GB in place for unlimited data plans, and passing this bar would cause connectivity to the internet to be limited altogether. This limit has been increased to 22GB, enabling subscribers to download more data before having their connections throttled.

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Samsung apparently won’t be laying off 10 percent of its workforce after all

Samsung has rubbished Bloomberg’s report from yesterday stating that the vendor would cut 10 percent of the workforce at its corporate headquarters.

BB-8 by Sphero won’t support voice commands on Android at launch

We’ve been messing with BB-8 by Sphero for a few hours now, and having a ton of fun patrolling the office and racing with the other Sphero robots we have in the office. If you’re a fan of Star Wars, particularly the upcoming Force Awakens movie, this is undoubtedly going to be the toy to buy this year. Unfortunately, those of us running Android are going to have to wait a little while for one of the  [Read More…]

HTC Vive won’t ship until Q1 2016

The HTC Vive is the lovechild of phone maker HTC and gaming giant Valve that aims to bring VR into the home in an affordable and easy to use way. Many have tapped it as one of the most promising upcoming offerings in the growing VR space which includes well known names like Oculus. Unfortunately it looks like most people won’t be able to get their hands on the Vive until Q1 2016. Today at PAX Prime expo, Valve released a  [Read More…]

YotaPhone 2 won’t actually make it to the US, despite successful Indiegogo campaign

The YotaPhone 2 won’t be making its way to the US, even after the company successfully funded the mission on Indiegogo. In an update sent to backers, Yota Devices has revealed that the logistics of getting the phones in the hands of the US backers would take far too long.

This is Google’s new health tracker that you won’t be able to buy

Google has unveiled an experimental new health tracker built for medical studies.

Google has revealed a new health-focused, wearable device built to provide accurate patient data to doctors and those running clinical trials. Built by the Google X division, the device is not intended as a consumer product, and will instead be prescribed by medical institutions.

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Google says it won’t ditch Android One, plans to offer country-specific devices

With less than a million units sold in India, Android One hasn’t gotten off to a great start. Google is now looking at ways it can beef up sales of upcoming handsets.