It’s one of the newest features in the HTC Sense experience, an interactive TV guide and universal remote control for your TV, cable box, and home theater system. With Sense TV on the new HTC One you can quickly find your favorite shows and review upcoming programs.
After it’s set up, Sense TV integrates with BlinkFeed to notify you when your favorite shows are on. You can even set calendar reminders for any program you don’t want to miss. The instructions are easy to follow and after a couple of tries I setup my remote plus my VirginMedia box. Tip: when holding the remote to the One make sure you’re away from the TV and the two devices are very close to each other.
After much publicity back in April, HTC and Facebook have decided to pull the plug the “First” phone’s launch in the UK. The Facebook phone was earmarked to be released on EE network through Orange. Pre-Order customers are being informed of the cancellation, by email. Mobile News quoted the story from sources that are […]
It looks like the HTC First A.K.A. The Facebook phone is now on sale for just $.99 cents on the AT&T Website with a two year contract. Although I would never use this phone, people that are on the fence about this device can now pick it up for a buck and do so in […]
When HTC first announced the One we were delighted to see the silver as well as the black variation. When they put the original image on their site it was a red one that was quickly taken down and replaced with the silver one, although that has now changed. Well now it appears that this wasn’t a […]
I quite often visit a number of Asian technology websites to see what’s happening in the eastern markets and on today’s visit I came across some images that are being reported to be HTC’s answer to SIRI. The software which is reportedly only available on HTC Mainland China handsets is in the process of being […]
When we first received information on the HTC M4 and seen specs we were a little bit skeptical thinking this might be a fake. Courtesy of @evleaks though, we can now tell it’s looking good, maybe not a fake after all. After the rave reviews of the One, HTC looks to be sharing its style tips around. […]
The HTC One is everywhere right now and if HTC can get the supply chain sorted out they are onto a sure fire winner. One little piece of criticism it has received is the fact it ships with Android 4.1.2 when 4.2.2 had been out so long, it is also one of the areas that […]
Whether we like it or not, remote controlled drones are here to stay. Whether it’s a drone used by a government for surveillance / destruction or whether is’a drone used by the average hobbyist photographer to get the perfect shot of a large group, it’s safe to say that these flying technological wonders are in hot […]
Streaming media is 100% the way forward in life, the demise of the DVD for most people is a welcomed one as more and more service providers release stand alone hardware to allow you to stream media content from various sources. In the UK we have always been left behind in the hardware sense by […]
If you’re using the Windows 10 Technical Preview you may have noticed many of the apps in the Windows Store are missing from the Beta version of the app. Specifically I was looking for Wordament and Snap Attack. Neither were available in the Windows Store (Beta) on Windows 10, but that’s not enough to stop […]
I haven’t done any sort of computer projects in awhile. For the sake of getting one under my belt and not being rusty, I decided to install the Windows 10 Technical Preview on my 2012 Mac Mini using the Boot Camp Assistant. This wasn’t without it’s hangups, but I’m posting this from the Windows partition […]
In 1989 Gary Burrell and Min Kao created Garmin with the intent of providing the work with cutting edge satellite navigation and Global Positioning Systems and today the global leader takes a step into a new business area which many would not have seen coming.