Tag Archive: Won’t


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.

Cortana is coming to Android, but it won’t have all of its Windows Phone features

Microsoft is bringing its Cortana digital assistant to the massive audience of Android users later this summer.

Microsoft says it will bring its Cortana digital assistant that was originally developed for Windows Phone 8.1, and later for Windows 10, to Android device sometime in June

HTC’s One Mini and One Mini 2 won’t receive the Lollipop update

Tough luck if you’re rocking last year’s One Mini 2 or the One Mini, as HTC has announced on Twitter that either device won’t be making the switch to Lollipop.

Relax, your smartphone and smartwatch won’t — and can’t — give you cancer

Repeat after me: your smartphone is not giving you cancer, and neither is your smartwatch.

We in the Mobile Nations family tend to be tech-obsessed. We get the newest smartphones with the biggest batteries and most powerful radios, we strap on the latest in fitness bands and smartwatches, and we spend our days interacting with laptops and tablets and all other manner of technology. And rarely at the front of our minds are the potential health  [Read More…]

T-Mobile won’t just pay your ETF — they’ll pay off your phone as well

T-Mobile’s new Carrier Freedom program is designed to steal customers from Verizon and AT&T by offering to pay all of their outstanding phone payments and device leases.

T-Mobile announced this plan as part of their “Uncarrier 9.0” press event. It says that this new program is for phone or tablet customers who bought their devices on AT&T Next or Verizon Edge plans.

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Toyota won’t be using Android Auto in its US vehicles, favors its own system

Toyota has confirmed that it will not be adopting Google’s Android Auto inside its US vehicles. The automobile maker will instead stick with its own Entune system for its in-car technology plans.

Ask AC: Why won’t my alarm sound after the Lollipop update when on mute?

Here’s one from our forums that we’ve been hearing. A lot. And experiencing ourselves as well.

If your phone’s been updated to Android 5.0 Lollipop and it’s using Google’s new interruptions scheme — that is, All, Priority and None — you might find yourself selecting “None” and using it as a way to mute your phone. I’ve done it. I still do it. But there’s a big catch.

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LG says Snapdragon 810 issues have been fixed and won’t delay LG G Flex 2 launch

LG executives have admitted today there were issues with the first batch of the Snapdragon 810 chips from Qualcomm. However, the smartphone company said those issues have been fixed and won’t delay the launch of their recently announced LG G Flex 2 smartphone.