That was shorter than expected, honestly.
Nintendo has been teasing the release of Super Mario Run on Android since it put the app up in the Play Store for “pre-registration” back in December, but now we know that the game will fully release in March. Depending on when in the month it finally hits Android devices the total time as an iOS exclusive will only be about three months, which is honestly [Read More…]
They’ll figure it out eventually, right?
Nintendo is following quickly behind the launch of Super Mario Run with another mobile title from its coveted IP. Instead of focusing on turning a popular game into a weird, single-hand mobile spin, we’re getting a strategy game backed by a rich heritage. The next game will be Fire Emblem: Heroes, and if you were hoping this launch would be iOS and Android simultaneously, you’re about to be disappointed.
Yesterday we told you that Android Wear 2.0 might finally launch on February 9 and will support eighteen different smartwatches including a few LG ones like the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE, LG Watch Urbane and LG G Watch R. Now a new report coming out of VentureBeat reveals that Google has partnered up
Today you can venture out with a budget of $ 100 and actually purchase a smartphone with a solid list of specs. But these low-end devices come with a number of disadvantages, the main one being that it’s unlikely they will ever see software updates. So if you buy today a phone with Android 6.0 Marshmallow
Huawei P10 likely to break cover in Barcelona.
Huawei has begun sending out “save the date” invites for its Mobile World Congress 2017 press conference, which kicks off on the afternoon of Sunday, February 26 in Barcelona, Spain. The invite promises “the global unveiling of a new flagship device” — a surprising development perhaps, just a couple of months after the Mate 9‘s arrival.
It’s likely CEO Richard Yu will take the wraps off the Huawei P10, [Read More…]
HTC skipped CES 2017 not because it had no new products to show, but because it had an independent event scheduled for January 12. Apparently the struggling company wants the whole spotlight on itself as it introduces a batch of new smartphones. According to leaks and rumors online, the most intriguing one is shaping out
That’s a wrap on CES 2017!
I didn’t attend Las Vegas this year, but having to oversee CES coverage from the same seat that I regularly do my job gave me a top-down perspective on how alternately tenuous and vacuous the whole thing seems.
Some years, a particular trend stood out — 3D, or curved, or the reclaimed vestiges of old operating systems — but in 2017, what emerged was a pervasive vagueness.
From the outside, [Read More…]
Google Assistant is making its way to more devices.
Right now, Google Assistant is available on the Pixel, Google Home, and messaging app Allo, and Google has now announced that it is bringing Assistant to Android TV devices and set-top boxes “in the coming months.” NVIDIA’s latest Shield streaming box — which was announced earlier today — will be one of the first devices to include the Assistant.
Google has mentioned that Assistant will [Read More…]
ZTE is bringing its crowdsourced, crowdfunded Project CSX phone to market this September, and it’s called Hawkeye.
ZTE has announced that its long-awaited (by some) crowdsourced phone will go up for pre-order starting January 4 and will be delivered nine months later, in September, barring any unforeseen delays.
The device, born under ZTE’s ambitious Project CSX, which stands for Crowd Source X, gleaned suggestions from people around the world, integration the two most viable into the finished product: eye-tracking [Read More…]
CES is one of the biggest electronics tradeshows in the world which takes places each year in January in Las Vegas. The most important names in tech make an appearance at the event to unveil their latest products and give us a glimpse of what’s to come. A few years ago, top device makers used