Pokémon GO is literally taking over the world. As awful as the launch of the game has been due to countless server issues, no one can seem to stay indoors anymore. Even the White House and the Pentagon are getting in on the action.
True to the original Pokémon games, Nintendo and Niantic didn’t explain much about the game in terms of “How To,” so to help you level up quickly and find the best Pokémon, let me be your Professor and give you some Pokemon GO tips and tricks while out playing. (more…)
I can’t decide if it feels like it has been years or weeks since Google announced the first Google Glass Explorers Program at I/O 2012 by jumping out of a blimp above the conference that was going on. Such drama. Such excitement. Google’s latest model of Glass passed through the FCC recently and the news just seems, not as exciting. (more…)
The new year is just days away at this point and with numerous reports mentioning a January announcement from Samsung detailing the Galaxy S7, you can expect to start hearing more and more leaks. The latest information points to two different screen sizes for the Galaxy S7 and rumored Galaxy S7 Edge. (more…)
Last night, a member of reddit posted a new setting that he saw within his Google account settings, asking him if he would like to sign-in with his phone. It seems that Google is testing a feature that would allow for easily two-factor authentication for compatible phones. Security! (more…)
Telltale Games has quite a history of bringing a unique story-driven experience to games for a few years now. The release of Minecraft: Story Mode on Android was met with some mixed reviews from our readers, but the first episode of the game series is currently on sale for just a dime. (more…)
The holidays are here and Google is in the giving mood. What does that mean for us? If you head on over to Google’s Play Music page, you’ll be greeted with a voucher that will get you any album from their collection for half off of the list price. (more…)
What happens when a couple of your best processors get lost in the world of model numbers with a few chipsets that aren’t so cutting edge? You “reposition” them with new model numbers. Meet the Snapdragon 650 and Snapdragon 652 from Qualcomm, the artists formerly known as the Snapdragon 618 and 620 respectively. (more…)
OnePlus turned two years old today. In a blog on the company’s forum this morning, co-founder Carl Pei wrote a post reflecting on his past two years of shaking up the mobile industry with his company’s core promise to “Never Settle.” If you have been following OnePlus since its inception two years ago, you have probably heard most of what Carl wrote in his reflective post this morning, albeit through some rose-colored lenses.
Highlights include, “bringing consumers premium products at a disruptive price,” when referencing the OnePlus One and following that up with the OnePlus Two’s, “beautiful and premium design, as well as bleeding edge technologies such as USB Type C and fingerprint sensor.” While we loved the OnePlus Two’s fingerprint sensor, it was pointed out after the fact that the USB Type C was less than bleeding edge tech. (more…)