As so often is the case, references to exciting new features were found hidden inside the code of Pokémon GO’s latest 0.49.1 update. Everything from shinies, to genders, and even costumes were mentioned — some (or all) of which could be announced this Monday, December 12th.
Here are some of the best gifts for that person in your life who can’t get enough of robots. Plus, we’re giving away something special to one lucky reader.
T-Mobile has announced the new Digits service which allows you to use your phone number across multiple devices but there are already some security issues that have arisen.
Pebble is dying. Fitbit has bought them out, and they aren’t interested keeping the flag waving. So, we can’t, in good faith, consider it one of the best Android smartwatches. What else will fill the gap?
If you know a lot of people who use iPhones you probably hear a lot about FaceTime. Android users can’t use FaceTime, but there are plenty of awesome apps for making video and VOIP calls. Here are a few of our favorites!
A lot has happened in the tech world over the past 12 months. New phones have been released and recalled; thousands of new apps and games have launched. Just like last year, we’re giving you the chance to vote for the best of Android in 2016.
According to a new rumor, the LG G6 will feature an all-new glass design while ditching the modular design that was introduced alongside the LG G5.
We can’t think of the last time a Reddit app was being peddled on a crowdfunding site like IndieGoGo, but there’s a first time for everything. Stash gets those honors.
Honor has started sending out press releases for an event on December 16th where it may unveil a new smartphone by the name of the Honor Magic.
Late last night, Niantic announced a new version of Pokémon GO headed out to Android and iOS. The update brings lots of UI improvements and a new multi-select tool for mass transfers. If you hate waiting, you can download the 0.49.1 update right now.
Facebook has added “secret” mini games in the past, but these new ones are full games. Titles like Pac-Man, Galaga, Space Invaders, Zookeeper, and many more.
We are hot on the tails of the release of several big-name Android flagship phones. These devices will carry the torch for their respective companies for most of this year. Whenever a new crop of devices gets launched a flood of new users enter the Android world. One of the first things new users will do is search the Google Play Store for apps to download.
Sprint has announced a new partnership with Niantic Labs which will turn all Sprint locations into either a PokéStops or a Gym for Pokémon GO players.
CES typically isn’t too plentiful in terms of phone launches, but TV is one area that gets a ton of attention. That makes it the perfect stage for non-TV makers who make companion products, too. Apparently, NVIDIA wants to be added to that list.
ASUS has started sending out invitations to an event at CES 2017 where they company is expected to announce a new device which may include the Snapdragon 835 processor.
Sony has announced that they’re bringing games to mobile! They’ll bring 10 titles, and we already have a list of which exact IPs we are to see. Take a look inside!
Samsung is working on expanding the storage limits of Samsung Cloud to include 50GB and 200GB options, instead of limiting users to just 15GB.
Google seems to be testing some new changes in the Google Play Store. A new tab setup has appeared that seems to separate apps and games into their own respective pages.
Those wondering about the fate of their Pebble Time 2 and Pebble Core pre-orders due to the Fitbit acquisition can get a better idea of what’s going on.
In the Software Info section, you can see it is now called “Samsung Experience.” This is the same software that we have known as TouchWiz for a long time.
Yesterday, Instagram began rolling out a new feature called Stories. Once you get past the fact that it’s essentially a Snapchat clone, it’s actually quite fun. Here’s our complete guide on how it works.
Facebook now allows users to take 360-degree photos and videos and easily share them to everyone’s News Feeds and gives everyone a simple how-to.
Pandora has graduated from fringe online radio to full on-demand goodness. As rumors suggested, Pandora has officially announced Pandora Premium, their $10 per month music subscription service.
Google has officially started rolling out 4K UHD content to the Play Movies & TV library while giving away one free 4K title to new Chromecast Ultra owners.