Tag Archive: Bringing


State of Play is a new video program bringing you PlayStation announcements

New PlayStation announcements will now be brought to the community through State of Play livestreams.

Like Inside Xbox and Nintendo Direct before it, Sony is jumping into the field of hosting livestreaming events that bring players the latest PlayStation announcements.

State of Play, as it’s being called, will debut on Monday, March 25 at 2PM PT/5PM ET. Sony did not detail what exactly to expect in the first episode, but it promises it will showcase “upcoming PS4 and  [Read More…]

Microsoft bringing Dynamics 365 mixed reality apps to Android and iOS

Dynamics 365 Product Visualize for iOS

Microsoft’s augmented reality business apps are expanding from HoloLens to Android and iOS.

HoloLens is has been Microsoft’s main avenue for experimenting with business-focused mixed reality apps, but it’s preparing to expand those efforts to Android and iOS. As part of a broader set of updates for Dynamics 365 today, Microsoft announced that two of its mixed reality apps, Product Visualize and Remote Assist, will soon come to iOS and  [Read More…]

Nokia is finally bringing its phones to carriers in the U.S. and Canada

Nokia’s launching two new budget phones in honor of the expansion.

HMD Global has been doing wonders with the Nokia brand over the last couple years, and while we’ve seen a ton of excellent Nokia phones hit the market, North America hasn’t been a primary focus with these efforts.

Now, after selling a handful of unlocked phones in the U.S. and Canada, Nokia’s bringing two new phones to carriers in these countries for the first time.

Those  [Read More…]

Galaxy X is a tablet in your pocket, OnePlus bringing new gestures to 6T, and more news for you

Welcome to In Brief, the AndroidGuys tech briefing. Today is Friday, October 12th, and we’re taking a look at all the tech news you need to know. In this post, we want you to learn about the news the way you want to learn. We’ve embedded a podcast version of all this news below. If you don’t want to listen, you can read just like you normally would.

In today’s edition, we learn about Samsung’s plans for its foldable smartphone, OnePlus is bringing  [Read More…]

Ultimate Ears is bringing the noise with the new Boom 3 and Megaboom 3

Third time’s the charm for Ultimate Ears’ latest in the Boom line of Bluetooth speakers.

UE’s Boom speaker line is one of the most popular in all of Bluetooth speakerdom, and for good reason. They have awesome sound, are well-made, and have been reasonably priced, often going on sale on Amazon.

Now, Ultimate Ears has announced the Boom 3 and Megaboom 3, which continue the tradition of portable, water-resistant Bluetooth speakers with a long range (now 150  [Read More…]

T-Mobile is bringing back the Sidekick, but it isn’t what you think

T-Mobile rolls out the world’s first Smartshoephone.

The T-Mobile Sidekick was an iconic product that introduced a slide-out screen, and now the carrier is bringing back the name. The T-Mobile Sidekicks are the world’s first Smartshoephone, and T-Mobile is leveraging a “Step into Something Amazing” foot-first design to bring the capabilities of your smartphone to your feet.

The Sidekicks are “fully tricked out for speed on the fastest LTE network ever and optimized for unlimited data with  [Read More…]

Fortnite Battle Royale is coming to Android! (and bringing cross-platform play with it)

Though it didn’t announce a specific timetable for release, Epic’s Fortnite Twitter account confirmed that its wildly popular PUBG-style Battle Royale game would be making its way to mobile platforms in the coming days. While iOS users were invited to sign up for a beta test on Monday (that is, March 12th), Epic would only […]

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Google’s bringing its Maps APIs to augmented reality game development

Available to use right within the Unity game engine.

Pokémon Go is one of the biggest mobile games to ever be released, and later this year, we’ll see similar AR games that get people moving in the real world while interacting with the lore of Harry Potter, Ghostbusters, and more. To help make the development of these titles as easy as possible, Google’s launching new Maps APIs for the Unity game engine.

According to Google:

To make  [Read More…]

Google’s bringing free, high-speed Wi-Fi to 60+ locations across Mexico

Over 100 areas will be supported by the end of 2018.

After launching first in India and Indonesia, Google is now bringing its Google Station program to Mexico.

Google Station launched back in 2015, and its goal is to offer people Internet access that’s fast, free, and reliable. Google says it’ll first be rolling out its Station hotspots across 60 different venues in Mexico, including malls, airports, and public transit stations, but it hopes to expand this  [Read More…]

Xiaomi planning on bringing its smartphones to the US

Xiaomi is one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world, and they’ve done so without having an active footprint in the US. That could be about to change as the company is planning to enter the US market by the end of 2018 or early 2019. Xiaomi Chairman Lei Jun says the US is […]

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