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Overwatch has reached 50 million players across all platforms

Nice numbers but otherwise not too much out of the ordinary.

What you need to know Activision has shared its Q4 earning report for the year. Of note was the fact that Overwatch has crossed 50 million players across all platforms. A new Call of Duty game was also confirmed for 2020.

Activision-Blizzard has shared its Q4 financial results, with insight into the company’s new bookings and particular stats for different games. Net revenue was $ 1.986  [Read More…]

Service appears to be restored across most U.S. carriers

Everything’s broken.

Updated 2:27 PM ET: A couple of hours after this outage began, things seem to have calmed down. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, and Straight Talk all have substantially less reports flowing in. Things have also settled a bit with Verizon, but as of 2:09 PM ET, there were still 1146 outage reports.

What you need to know As of January 31, every major phone carrier is having service issues. Affected companies include Verizon, Sprint,  [Read More…]

Chrome 77 now rolling out, lets you share pages across your devices

Chrome 77 for Chrome OS is slated to begin rolling out next week.

What you need to know Chrome 77 is now rolling out for Android, Mac, Windows, iOS, and Linux platforms. The latest version of Google’s Chrome browser brings the ability to share pages across multiple devices, stability improvements, and security fixes. Chrome 77 for Android is expected to become available for everyone on Google Play over the next few weeks.

Google has started rolling out  [Read More…]

Snapchat is currently down across the US, UK, and Europe

No, it’s not just you.

What you need to know Snapchat went down on September 9 around 4 p.m. ET. Down Detector shows the outage affecting many parts of the U.S. and Europe. There’s no word on what caused the outage or when it will be back up.

If you’ve noticed Snapchat isn’t quite working right today, you’re not alone.

On September 9, 2019, Snapchat went down for many users across the globe. A check of Down  [Read More…]

Google Photos is finally getting face grouping across Europe

Face grouping will automatically sort photos of friends and family into an album for you.

What you need to know Google Photos is rolling out face grouping to users in Europe. Face grouping will create albums automatically for you by scanning and identifying the faces in them. If you don’t like Google scanning faces in your photos, the feature can be disabled in the settings.

Google Photos is one of Google’s most successful apps, and for good  [Read More…]

Carry your Guardian across platforms with Destiny 2 cross save on August 21

You’ll be able to carry your earned items and other rewards across platforms very soon

What you need to know Destiny 2 is finally getting cross save support, so players can carry rewards and progress between platforms. Bungie confirmed today that cross save will begin on August 21, 2019. Destiny 2: Shadowkeep is currently set to release on October 1, 2019. You can preorder it for $ 35 from PlayStation Store.

Today, Bungie  [Read More…]

Plex is releasing its redesigned UNO UI across all TV platforms this week

The new UI will be available on Android sometime after it is released on iOS.

What you need to know Plex will begin rolling out its new “UNO” user-interface across all TV platforms this week. The streamlined UI is now available on the Plex Web app as well and is slated to be available on iOS and Android soon. It was first rolled out for Roku users and as a beta for Apple TV in April.

Plex  [Read More…]

Samsung’s opening three retail stores across the U.S. on February 20

They’re opening in New York, Los Angeles, and Houston.

February 20 is going to be a big day for Samsung. Not only is it holding an Unpacked event where we’re expecting to see the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Watch Active, and Galaxy Buds, but it’ll also be opening up three new retail stores across the United States.

The retail locations will give customers the opportunity to go hands-on with Samsung’s latest products, receive demos from “Samsung experts”, get  [Read More…]

Fast Pair Bluetooth accessories now sync across multiple Android devices

Support for Chromebooks is coming in 2019.

In October 2017, Google unveiled a new Bluetooth feature for Android devices called “Fast Pair.” With a Bluetooth accessory that’s Fast Pair compatible, setup is as easy as turning it on, having it near your Android phone/tablet, and then tapping a notification to instantly get everything paired. Fast Pair is a lot easier than messing with traditional Bluetooth menus, and now it’s getting even better.

On the Android Developers Blog,  [Read More…]

Google improving Fast Pair to sync Bluetooth headphones across Android devices

One year after launching Fast Pair to streamline the Bluetooth pairing process, Google announced today that it’s updating the feature.

Google is updating Fast Pair to make it easier for people to connect compatible Bluetooth accessories to Android devices associated with their Google Account. Fast Pair will connect accessories to your current and future phones running Android 6.0 or higher, and Google says that it’s planning to add support for Chromebooks in 2019.

Google’s effort to improve Fast Pair also  [Read More…]