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Catan: Word Explorers turns real world into a board game

Niantic is no noob when it comes to developing augmented reality games which is apparent from their previous titles – Pokemon Go, Ingress, and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. Now the San Francisco-based software development company is ready with its next title – Catan: Word Explorers. The AR game is a modern remake of the popular […]

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Google Stadia Controller now works wirelessly with Android phones

Google Stadia has been making gradual progress, rolling out updates to make the service seamless. One irk that Android users were living with for a long time – the lack of wireless connectivity with the Stadia controller has finally been addressed. Promised at the time of launch, Google has brought wireless connectivity option for android […]

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Huawei, ZTE labeled security threats by FCC, rural carriers may suffer

The gap between the United States and China seems to be increasing especially now that the FCC has designated both ZTE and Huawei as national security threats. This means these Chinese-owned companies will further be driven away from the small rural networks that depend on them in the US. The impact of this decision is […]

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Polar Unite is the newest smart fitness watch in the block

With the ongoing health crisis the whole world is experiencing, people are paying close attention to their fitness now more than ever. For health-related products, they are bringing out their big guns so to speak as consumers are more conducive to anything that can help them stay fit and protect themselves from the coronavirus and […]

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More Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 info, images leaked before launch

The Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 is highly anticipated if we’re talking about wearables. We mentioned it could be announced this July and it seems D-Day is getting nearer and nearer. Early images were leaked while the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 name was confirmed by certification. Design, specs, and features have been revealed as well. The […]

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Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 4100 series ready for future wearables

Qualcomm is one brand we know won’t and can’t stop manufacturing. It’s an essential part of the mobile tech industry. There are alternatives but the industry right now still demands Qualcomm chipsets so much so that some groups are even petitioning for Samsung to just use Snapdragon instead of Exynos. After that Snapdragon 875 price […]

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Galaxy Note 20 may come with energy-saving HOP display tech

Samsung brings its new technological innovations to the Galaxy flagship series and the Galaxy Note 20 could be in line for a low energy consuming OLED panel. The technology dubbed as Hybrid-oxide and Polycrystalline silicon (HOP) reduces the display power consumption by 15 percent to 20 percent. This tech is somewhat similar to the Apple […]

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MediaTek Helio G25, G35 chips to power affordable gaming phones

After releasing MediaTek G85 mid-range SoC to its gaming-oriented Helio G series chipsets, Taiwanese chipmaker has now launched the more budget-friendly Helio G25 and G35 chipsets, fabricated on a 12nm manufacturing process. Budget processors centered around gaming are highly in demand of late. Phones are now being used extensively for gaming, giving rise to competitively […]

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Google brings back notifications for finished Play Store app updates

Not many of you may have noticed it but the tech giant removed the Play Store notifications that appear after apps are updated automatically. For some people, it was a welcome change but others prefer they still see them. It wasn’t a bug. Google definitely removed the alerts. Now the notifications are back, so again, […]

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