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Minecraft releases free, educational materials through Marketplace

To keep parents and children alike from going stir-crazy, a lot of brands and content-providers have been releasing free or affordable materials and activities that they can do together. After all, life still goes on even as we continue to battle this COVID-19 pandemic. The latest new educational materials come from a pretty unlikely source: […]

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Pokémon Go brings new features to make it easier to play indoors

One of the most common advice of medical professionals in this age of the COVID-19 pandemic (aside from washing your hands), is to just stay at home to create social distancing. Games that previously depended on going outside and playing with other people now have to find a way to still keep people playing while […]

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TouchStadia allows Google Stadia play with touch screen controls

Google Stadia is not as popular as originally intended by the search giant, maybe at least not yet, but some genius developer already managed to get TouchStadia working on Android. This isn’t an official Google project but redditor SmashShock shared his creation that now works with a regular Chrome browser. What’s better about this effort […]

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ASUS ROG Phone 3 will have pre-loaded Google Stadia

The second-generation ASUS ROG Phone was first mentioned in July 2019 which was a couple of months before its IFA 2019 announcement. This year, the next gaming phone from ASUS is mentioned earlier with an important detail. We’re taking things with a pinch of salt here though because yes, it is very early. The next […]

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Stadia can be played on more Samsung, Razer, and ASUS phones

We’re still not sure about Google Stadia but we still believe it has potential. There were some issues encountered earlier but rest assured Google is always on top of things. The problem of Chromecast overheating for some users is just one. Others have been frustrated that not many phones are supported. That will change soon […]

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HQ Trivia’s parent company to cease operations

In another case of all-good-things-that-rose-too-quickly-must-come-to-an-end, the company behind the formerly immensely popular game HQ Trivia will be shutting its doors and letting go of its remaining employees. Following the death of its co-founder Colin Kroll in December 2018, they have been beset by other internal issues and so investors have lost interest in funding the […]

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GameSnacks to deliver more casual, faster games to more consumers

The gaming world has significantly changed over the past three decades. Console and PC gaming are still around but mobile gaming is fast becoming the standard. That is why phone makers keep on improving their products by adding upgrades and making sure platform versions are up-to-date. That’s good for those who can afford premium gaming […]

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Niantic Labs 2019 Event Highlights shown in an infographic

Niantic Labs is now more notable for coming with Pokemon GO. It’s been more than three years since the phenomenal augmented reality game hit both Android and iOS. We’ve witnessed many milestones, changes, updates, and new features throughout the years and we can say the AR game is better than before. We may have missed […]

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Chrome OS to receive official Steam support soon

Perhaps the other company that perfectly lives out OnePlus’ ‘Never Settle’ motto is Google. The tech giant supreme is definitely ruling over not just the mobile world with its Android OS platform but also in other industries like the portable computer arena. Its Chromebooks have been successful the past years with a number of OEMs […]

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Xbox Console Streaming for Android ready for global markets

Over a couple of months ago, the Xbox Console Streaming service rolled out but was only on preview. Last week, the Xbox Console Streaming Preview started to expand to more markets around the world. This means Microsoft is doing its job in improving the service so more people can experience the new gaming sensation. It’s […]

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Google Stadia works on non-Pixel devices, e-ink Android tablet

The Google Stadia made us excited the past few months but only to be disappointed when it finally launched. Well, we’re not just content with the Stadia but we still believe it could be improved in many ways. We just learned about the Google Stadia with Chromecast overheating for some users. An update for Chromecast […]

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Google Play Indie Games Festival 2020 announced

Every year, Google holds the Indie Games Festival for amateurs and aspiring game developers. Three competitions will be hosted by Google this year for devs from South Korea, Japan, and some European countries. This 2020 edition of the event still aims to invite indie game developers and celebration passion, creativity, and innovation these devs can […]

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Pokemon GO Buddy Adventure is now out for Trainers level 2, above

It’s rolling out! Buddy Adventure, that is! The Pokemon GO Buddy Adventure was officially announced a couple of days ago and now trainers are hearing greater news that the feature is ready. Only Trainers level 2 and above can enjoy the Buddy Adventure but we’re looking forward to old players coming back to play again. […]

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Google outs update for Chromecast Ultra to run with Stadia

A couple of days ago, Google offered Stadia Founders extra Buddy Pass to give away. It’s one way of promoting the cloud gaming service. That is generous of the tech giant and we want to believe it’s the only reason and not because of other issues like Chromecast overheating for some users. Google has just […]

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