We already know the LG V20 will debut in San Francisco on September 6th. LG has also revealed some of the V10 successor’s features, like an always-on, ticker-tape display, a digital-to-analog converter chip that may give the phone impressive audio capabilities, and software based on Android 7.0 Nougat.
Pokémon Go updates have been hard to come by lately, what with the continued expansion of the wildly popular smartphone game to more territories across the globe. But a new version is rolling out today, offering several tweaks and bug fixes that could improve your gaming experience.
Here’s the full list of changes included in Pokémon Go version 0.33.
Put on your walking shoes, and head to the gym — the pokémon gym that is.
After a long wait, Pokémon Go is now officially available in the Philippines. The hit smartphone game is already available on iOS and Android. Those who own an iPhone can get it from the App Store. If the app doesn’t show up on your Android phone, you can hit this Play Store link.
LG’s counter to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is debuting soon. The Korean phone maker has already sent out invites for a press event to announce the V20 in San Francisco. The announcement is scheduled to take place on September 6 and will coincide with the last days of the IFA 2016 tech show in Berlin. The day after, the phone will launch in its native Seoul.
Here’s a breakdown of what we know about Pokémon Go‘s global release so far in order of date:
- The game is out now in the Philippines and 14 other countries in Asia and Ocenia. Swing by this page for the full list.
- As of today, August 4, Pokémon Go is now available in Central and South America. The news comes just in time for the 2016 Rio Olympics in Brazil. The world’s best athletes training in Pokémon gyms could be a thing now. Yay!
- Nintendo announced on July 27th that Pokémon Go Plus, the watch-like companion device that alerts you of nearby monsters, will be available in September, not late-July.
Surely by now you know the drill: Late in the year, Samsung announces a new big-screen smartphone to round out its flagship offerings. And 2016 is no exception. Samsung is ending a banner season with the Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 7 yesterday in New York City. It’s still big, but bolder and better in some areas than the previous model. And it’s curved, with two sheets of wraparound glass blending seamlessly into the metal frame. In short: It’s pretty awesome, and arguably Samsung’s best phone yet.
A smart device that’s too large to be a phone but too small to be a tablet. In 2011, Korean company Samsung dared to fill a void by releasing the first generation of the Galaxy Note — a 5.3-inch device big enough to outsize any smartphone (at that time) but still small enough to not be recognized as a tablet.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note narrative is among the most interesting in the smartphone industry. What started out as a science project in 2011 has not only become the face of the big-phone trend, but has also served as the motivation behind making devices larger than they need to be to accommodate a larger display.
Samsung’s next big phone is all but official. Just about every detail of the Galaxy Note 7 has been leaked online, including the iris scanner it will reportedly have. We’ll be able to confirm that, and more, first-hand later today after Samsung debuts the new Note at the Unpacked 2016 event in New York City.
The timing of the announcement is a bit suspect — what with all the media attention on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that’s set to debut tomorrow, August 2 — but LG has nevertheless made public its next smartphone launch.
As many of you know, we’re only a few short weeks away from seeing ASUS’ signature smartphone series hit the streets in many parts of the world.
As of this month, it’s reportedly already available in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. Next up are Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and the Philippines in August. A ZenFone 3 launch event is expected to take place in India sometime in September. Shipments could be headed to Europe, Japan, and the United States later in the year.
Virtual reality platforms have the potential to be the future of entertainment, so it’s only natural that so many companies, like Samsung, HTC, and Facebook-owned Oculus, are getting in on the action with their own VR gear that were made available earlier this year. Sony, one of the most reputable names in the entertainment industry, is also trying to burst onto the scene.
News broke out on Monday that Verizon, one of the giants of the U.S. telecom industry, is acquiring Yahoo for a small fraction of what it was worth during the dot-com boom glory days. Reports said the agreement was worth five billion dollars in cash — which is a lot but still nowhere near Yahoo’s $125-billion valuation in 2000, when it had enough in the coffers to buy Google.