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Android device updates: Sprint, T-Mobile Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge make the leap to Nougat

At long last, Nougat is coming to Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge phones—at least, those from Sprint and AT&T. Nougat is also rolling out to T-Mobile’s LG Stylo 2. Meanwhile, Google may have identified an annoying bug that was vexing some Pixel owners. Each week, we round up all the major software updates to hit the Android ecosystem, including phones and tablets on U.S. carriers, unlocked phones, smartwatches, and Android TV devices. Make sure your device is running the latest available software so you can enjoy new features—and fewer bugs and security holes.T-Mobile Galaxy S7: T-Mobile’s update page notes that you’ll need your phone’s battery to be at 50 percent or higher to get the fresh Nougat update. It includes all the great features you’ve been waiting for, so check for an update if you haven’t received a push notification yet.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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LG Watch Sport review: Not the watch Android Wear needs right now

Android Wear has a problem. Sales are slow. Motorola is backing out. Samsung has its own watch platform. What Google’s watch ecosystem needs is a reboot. New software, new hardware, fresh marketing, the works. Unfortunately, the two LG watches chosen to be the launch partners for the new Android Wear 2.0 platform fall well short of the fresh, forward-looking, “gotta have it” hardware that’s really needed. The LG Style is missing some of Wear 2.0’s best features, and the LG Sport, which showcases everything Wear 2.0 has to offer, is laden with faults.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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The ultimate guide to increasing your Android phone’s battery life

We all use our phones differently. And while the batteries inside them should be plenty big enough to last all day without worry, that’s not always the case. With bigger screens, more powerful apps, and streaming everything, it’s rare when we make it from morning till night without a quick charge along the way. Let alone actually last as long as the spec sheets claim. But it doesn’t have to be that way. There are quite a few ways your phone’s battery can adapt to your particular routine, and with a few tweaks and toggles, you’ll can gain precious minutes and even hours on a charge. No matter how big your battery is, you can squeeze a little more juice out of it just by making a few changes, some of which you won’t even notice.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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Android device updates: T-Mobile begins rolling out Nougat to Galaxy S7, S7 Edge beta testers

The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are real standouts with their hardware design. The software, however, is another story. Nougat is finally coming to some T-Mobile users after a lengthy beta test. Sprint’s HTC One A9 is also getting Android 7.0, and we have the latest report of just how many (or in this case, how few) phones are actually up-to-speed with Nougat. Each week, we round up all the major software updates to hit the Android ecosystem, including phones and tablets on U.S. carriers, unlocked phones, smartwatches, and Android TV devices. Making sure your device is running the latest available software is a good housekeeping practice, ensuring you have the latest features with fewer bugs and security holes.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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The 12 worst Android phone gimmicks once hailed as ‘innovations’

Sometimes innovation is best left on the drawing boardImage by Ryan WhitwamIt’s hard for a phone to get noticed by consumers when it looks like all the other flat black slabs out there. That has led some OEMs to try some particularly wacky things—gimmicks to set them apart. Just because a gimmick is new doesn’t mean it’s good. In fact, there are a lot of gimmicks that look cool at a tradeshow, but in real life they’re terrible ideas. Here are some of the worst to make it to market.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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The 12 worst Android phone gimmicks once hailed as ‘innovations’

Sometimes innovation is best left on the drawing boardImage by Ryan WhitwamIt’s hard for a phone to get noticed by consumers when it looks like all the other flat black slabs out there. That has led some OEMs to try some particularly wacky things—gimmicks to set them apart. Just because a gimmick is new doesn’t mean it’s good. In fact, there are a lot of gimmicks that look cool at a tradeshow, but in real life they’re terrible ideas. Here are some of the worst to make it to market.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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The 12 worst Android phone gimmicks once hailed as ‘innovations’

Sometimes innovation is best left on the drawing boardImage by Ryan WhitwamIt’s hard for a phone to get noticed by consumers when it looks like all the other flat black slabs out there. That has led some OEMs to try some particularly wacky things—gimmicks to set them apart. Just because a gimmick is new doesn’t mean it’s good. In fact, there are a lot of gimmicks that look cool at a tradeshow, but in real life they’re terrible ideas. Here are some of the worst to make it to market.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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4 apps to share iOS, Android and Windows files

As a child-free, married couple in our late 20s, when my husband and I aren’t asking the other what we should have for dinner, we’re sharing videos and pictures of our 5-year-old tuxedo cat. But when my husband moved to Android — and left the iMessage cult — we found that sharing multiple images and videos isn’t easy. And because waiting for Apple to open up iMessage to other platforms feels like a “when pigs fly” situation, I took to the App Store to find an easy way to share gigabyte upon gigabyte of high-resolution cat footage. Typical email accounts such as Gmail and cloud storage sites as like DropBox or OneDrive have limits on what file sizes you can share and storage capacity. That’s especially true if you just want a free account. Even in the enterprise, it’s not uncommon to find your company has a filter on the file-size of outgoing attachments. But your email account, third-party messaging apps and cloud storage aren’t your only options to share large or multiple files. In
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4 apps to share iOS, Android and Windows files

As a child-free, married couple in our late 20s, when my husband and I aren’t asking the other what we should have for dinner, we’re sharing videos and pictures of our 5-year-old tuxedo cat. But when my husband moved to Android — and left the iMessage cult — we found that sharing multiple images and videos isn’t easy. And because waiting for Apple to open up iMessage to other platforms feels like a “when pigs fly” situation, I took to the App Store to find an easy way to share gigabyte upon gigabyte of high-resolution cat footage. Typical email accounts such as Gmail and cloud storage sites as like DropBox or OneDrive have limits on what file sizes you can share and storage capacity. That’s especially true if you just want a free account. Even in the enterprise, it’s not uncommon to find your company has a filter on the file-size of outgoing attachments. But your email account, third-party messaging apps and cloud storage aren’t your only options to share large or multiple files. In
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4 apps to share iOS, Android and Windows files

As a child-free, married couple in our late 20s, when my husband and I aren’t asking the other what we should have for dinner, we’re sharing videos and pictures of our 5-year-old tuxedo cat. But when my husband moved to Android — and left the iMessage cult — we found that sharing multiple images and videos isn’t easy. And because waiting for Apple to open up iMessage to other platforms feels like a “when pigs fly” situation, I took to the App Store to find an easy way to share gigabyte upon gigabyte of high-resolution cat footage. Typical email accounts such as Gmail and cloud storage sites as like DropBox or OneDrive have limits on what file sizes you can share and storage capacity. That’s especially true if you just want a free account. Even in the enterprise, it’s not uncommon to find your company has a filter on the file-size of outgoing attachments. But your email account, third-party messaging apps and cloud storage aren’t your only options to share large or multiple files. In
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