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  • Pokémon Go Fest attendees file lawsuit against Niantic

    Niantic’s inability to make Pokémon Go work properly is becoming legend. Basically, if something can go wrong, it will go wrong. And there was a lot of wrong at the high-profile Pokémon Go Fest in Chicago last weekend. It was such a mess that a few dozen players have filed a class action lawsuit against Niantic, alleging false advertising.

    The plaintiffs are demanding Niantic compensate them for travel to the festival, which was an unmitigated disaster.

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    Pokémon Go Fest attendees file lawsuit against Niantic was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Get a US unlocked Galaxy S8 for just $575 and an S8+ for $650 on eBay

    The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are some of the best phones on the market, with their main downside being that their MSRPs are a little too high. Not to worry, though – the US unlocked models of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ have now dropped to $574.99 and $649.99, respectively, on Samsung’s own eBay storefront. That’s $25 lower than we’ve previously seen for the S8. amd $50 lower for the S8+.

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    [Deal Alert] Get a US unlocked Galaxy S8 for just $575 and an S8+ for $650 on eBay was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Chrome on Android O will give each website its own notification channel

    While this isn’t live now in any version of Chrome from stable to Canary, work is underway to improve the way notifications through the app that originate from websites are handled on Android O by giving them individual channels.
    Currently, with all C…

  • Save $150 on the unlocked Galaxy S8, S8+ at Amazon and Samsung

    Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with an easy way to save $150 on the unlocked Galaxy S8.

    If you like having unlocked smartphones, but don’t always like the price tag associated with them, this deal is for you. Right now you can pick up the Samsung Galaxy S8 for just $574.99, or go with the bigger Galaxy S8+ for $674.99 at both Amazon and Samsung. We’ve seen some BOGO offers on the Galaxy S8 recently, but if you’re only in the market for one phone, this $150 savings is likely more enticing.

    In addition to the instant savings of $150, Samsung will also give an additional trade-in credit of up to $150 more with a qualifying smartphone. You’ll have to trade in an LG G4, G5, G6, Galaxy Note 5, S5, S6, S7, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 7, or Google Pixel to earn the extra trade-in credit. Don’t wait too long to take advantage of this offer, as we don’t know exactly how long this price drop will stick around.

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  • The future of augmented reality may actually be in shopping apps

    How the technology is implemented matters more than the device it arrives on.

    We’ve already established that it’s the pervasiveness of online shopping apps killing the shopping mall. But what about augmented reality? Could that change the way we purchase things in the future?

    I spent an hour this week at a pop-up showcase for the ASUS ZenFone AR. It’s been nearly eight months since the smartphone was announced, and though we still don’t have a launch date, it’s bound to be on sale soon for anyone interested in a device that can do double duty. The 5.7-inch smartphone is compatible with both Tango and Daydream View.

    The showcase itself featured varying demonstrations of the device’s native augmented reality abilities, including apps like Google’s Expeditions for the Classroom and Slingshot Island. What stood out most glaringly, however, were the two stations at the beginning dedicated to helping you buy things.

    The Wayfair app lets you preview furniture as it would appear in you…

  • HTC posts kernel source code for the One A9, plus more models of the HTC 10

    HTC published Android 7.0 Nougat kernel source code for the HTC 10 at the tail end of last year. It was only available for the unlocked version at the time, but now the company has updated the page with the code for the T-Mobile, Telstra, and Verizon versions of the phone, too. Furthermore, the HTC One A9 has had its code published for the first time, with a great deal more variants available.

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    HTC posts kernel source code for the One A9, plus more models of the HTC 10 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Standalone HTC Vive VR headset powered by the Snapdragon 835 is heading to China

    HTC launches a standalone version of the Vive VR headset exclusively for the Chinese market.

    Back at I/O 2017, Google announced that it is working with Qualcomm, HTC, and Lenovo to bring standalone VR headsets to the market. We now have a better idea of what these devices will look like, thanks to a standalone variant of the HTC Vive that’s destined for China. Dubbed Vive Standalone, the VR headset is powered by Qualcomm’s 10nm Snapdragon 835 platform, with HTC offering content via Viveport store.

    HTC’s reasoning for launching the Vive Standalone in China is simple — as Daydream content isn’t available in China, the Taiwanese manufacturer is offering local customers an alternative by providing content through its Viveport. The global version of HTC’s upcoming standalone VR headset will be compatible with Daydream.

    HTC hasn’t detailed the technical specifications of the Vive Standalone, but considering it is powered by the Snapdragon 835, there should be plenty of power on …

  • Online abuse and my children: A cautionary tale

    As a father of three active children, I’m no stranger to calls from school in the middle of the day.

    They happen a lot, and for all different reasons. Lunchboxes left at home, bruises earned on the recess playground, and the occasional conference reminder hit my phone a few times a month. At the end of the last school year, I got a call from the school with a voice I didn’t recognize. It didn’t take me long to figure out this call wasn’t like the others.

    The administrator on the other end of the line was struggling to find the appropriate words to describe to me what had happened. By the time he had gotten around to the point, it became clear I had missed a few options in my mental “worst case scenario” list.

    Joking in real life, shaming online

    A photo of my oldest daughter changing in the locker room at school had appeared on Instagram. Two puke emoji sat on either side of her, with some text mocking her for not having an ideal body. The account, which at the time only had the o…

  • Huawei’s half-year financial results point to 36% increase in sales revenue

    It’s that time of year when financial statements start to circulate. After Q2 reports of record earnings for Samsung and big losses for LG, it’s now Huawei’s turn to take the floor. In a statement yesterday, the Chinese company announced its half-year…

  • Nintendo Switch Online: Everything you need to know!

    Nintendo’s newest console, the Switch is giving you more content, provided you use Nintendo’s app.

    Nintendo Switch Online, the new companion app for the Switch, has arrived, and there is plenty to parse out. Unlike the apps for PlayStation or Xbox, Nintendo has gone the game-specific route. You’ll now be able to enjoy more features, including inviting friends to play with you, provided you have the app open when you’re playing a compatible game.

    There’s plenty to go over, and we have the details for you here!

    What does Nintendo Switch Online do?
    What games does it work with?
    How does the voice chat function work?
    How to invite friends to matches
    What else can I use the Nintendo Switch app for?

    What does Nintendo Switch Online do?

    The Nintendo Switch app works as an extra hub for content, at least for games that work with it anyway. Each game will offer different content through the app, in an attempt to give you access to everything you could want for gameplay. To access everyt…

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