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Google’s search results page is getting a tiny splash of color

Google starts rolling out Material Theme icons next to search filter categories.

What you need to know Google is adding icons next to search filter categories on the desktop. The icons add a splash of color to the search results page. The feature is rolling out to all users.

Earlier this year, Google started testing Material Theme icons next to the Search menu filters. The feature is now being rolled out to all desktop users starting today.

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Some Google Maps users are getting an off-route alert for taxis

The new feature has only been spotted in India so far.

What you need to know The new off-route feature will alert you when your driver goes more than 500m off course. So far the new feature has only been spotted being tested in India. Google Maps has added the option to see speed cameras and a speedometer recently as well.

Google is testing a new feature for Maps which could save you some money or even  [Read More…]

Google’s not getting nearly enough credit for Stadia’s pricing

No one ever said this would be the Netflix of games.

On June 6, Google held its first Stadia Connect. After initially announcing Stadia back in February during GDC, this is where we learned what games will be coming to Stadia, what kind of internet connection is required, and — most importantly — how much it costs.

When Stadia was first unveiled, a lot of speculation arose surrounding how Google would monetize the platform. It was unclear  [Read More…]

Apple TV is getting Xbox One and PlayStation 4 controller support

A familiar feel for Apple’s upcoming subscription gaming service.

What you need to know Apple TV is getting Xbox One and PlayStation DualShock 4 controller support. This is a huge boon for Apple Arcade, the subscription game service expected Fall 2019.

Announced at WWDC 2019, Apple’s annual developer conference, Apple TV is getting Xbox One and Playstation DualShock 4 controller support, which will be a welcome addition for any traditional console gamers out there who want to  [Read More…]

The original Psychonauts is getting a physical release on PlayStation 4

Limited Run Games is giving Psychonauts the physical editions that it deserves.

What you need to know Limited Run Games is publishing a physical release of Psychonauts for PS4. Pre-orders go on sale June 7, 2019. Pre-orders will be open for three weeks.

Limited Run Games, living up to its name, is giving the original Psychonauts a physical release for a limited time on PlayStation 4. If you’ve yet to play Double Fine’s classic adventure, now looks  [Read More…]

Do you plan on getting the Galaxy Note 10?

Just a few more months of waiting to go.

There are a lot of sick Android handsets to choose from these days. The OnePlus 7 Pro is one of the fastest phones we’ve ever used, the Galaxy S10 has the best display of any phone on the market, and the Pixel 3’s camera remains undefeated.

Later in the year, however, we’ll have our eyes peeled to what Samsung shows off with the Galaxy Note 10.

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The LG V40 in the U.S. is just now getting its Android Pie update

This is the first Pie update LG’s launched in the United States.

What you need to know Android 9 Pie is now rolling out to the LG V40. So far, only the model on Verizon is getting the update. This is LG’s first Pie update to arrive in the U.S.

If you bought an LG phone within the last couple of years, chances are you’ve been itching and itching for an Android Pie update. Pie will soon  [Read More…]

Are you getting bored with the Galaxy Note 9?

Rumors of the Note 10 have some people itching for something new.

Released last August, the Galaxy Note 9 continues to be one of the biggest and most capable Android phones on the market. Its AMOLED display still looks great, its internal specs remain powerful, and there really is nothing quite like the S Pen.

However, even with all of that said, rumors about the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 have gotten some of our AC forum members  [Read More…]

Moss is getting new content, initially on the Oculus Quest

It’s not Book 2, more like Book 1: The Authors’ Cut

Polyarc, the makers of the critically acclaimed VR game Moss have announced new content will soon be available. On May 21 2019, to coincide with the launch of the Oculus Quest, Polyarc will be releasing a free update to Moss which includes new puzzles, quests, and even armor.

“The Quest is a game changer for the VR industry, “ says Josh Stiksma, Lead Designer at Polyarc.  [Read More…]

Google is finally getting serious about protecting our data

Google’s changes on the privacy front hearken back to the “Do No Evil” days.

Our first look at the Android Q beta was enough to see that privacy was going to be a focus during the annual Google I/O developer conference. Now that we’ve seen much of what the company has planned for the near future, it’s evident that Google intends to go all-in when it comes helping us protect our data even when it’s outside of  [Read More…]