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.
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.
If you’re like me you find great joy in pulling pranks on your friends. When a perfectly planned and executed prank comes together it is a thing of beauty. Nowadays everyone is carrying a device that is chock full of pranking potential.
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.
Last year, many considered the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 to be a disappointment. It wasn’t a clear upgrade from the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. This year, Samsung isn’t taking any chances. They’ve thrown everything but the kitchen sink into the Note. Does a list of features longer than some books make for a great device?
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.
Smart thermostats allow you to control the temperature of your home from your phone, save energy, and create cool recipes and actions with the internet. And when you get more home automation devices the smart thermostat can be used as the central hub.
Whether it’s your car or your smartphone, chances are if you love something, you want to baby it. If you want to keep your phone’s display feeling like new (or rejuvenate an old one), this glass wax is the perfect solution.
Phones are launching with better battery life each and every day, whether that’s due to physically bigger batteries or simply better software optimization. In any case, we’ve gone and ranked those which are proven to last the longest.
Google is cleaning up the flow of information in the Google app. Instead of all your news, updates, personal information, etc sitting in a long list of cards, they are now split off into 2 lists.
A new image confirms that the Verizon Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge will be getting Android Nougat in “early” 2017, but this means these devices won’t be receiving anymore beta updates.
Christmas is a bit early for HTC One M9 owners. The handset is getting Android 7.0 Nougat today, with HTC’s USA Twitter account signaling the start of the rollout
If you haven’t checked out Google Now’s voice commands in a while or are not acquainted with some of the newer (and very useful functions), here is what you have been missing.
For this year’s Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung is not only gunning for new customers with one of the most compelling handsets on the market, but trying to win back old users or perhaps those that were holding off on upgrading their S5s. With a bag full of tricks at its disposal, is the Galaxy S7 not only a worthy successor to the S6 but the S5 as well? Read on for more.
Meizu has unveiled its new fitness tracker, the Meizu Band, which features a built-in heart rate monitor and 15-day battery life for less than $35.
The Samsung Gear S3 is getting a new upgrade today. A 14MB file is headed for the smartwatch, with its main benefit being directed toward those who use the watch’s GPS.