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Pokémon GO Water Festival 2018 is now live, runs through June 21

Pokémon fans rejoice! Niantic just confirmed that the Water Festival is making a comeback to Pokémon GO this week. From now until all June 21 at 1:00 pm PDT, players will once again be given the chance to win a powerful Legendary Pokémon and a variety of bonuses.

What’s more, since this is the Water Festival, Water Pokémon such as Magikarp and Totodile will pop up more frequently throughout the duration of the event. And catching any Water-type creatures will  [Read More…]

Pokémon GO Water Festival 2018 is now live, runs through June 21

Pokémon fans rejoice! Niantic just confirmed that the Water Festival is making a comeback to Pokémon GO this week. From now until all June 21 at 1:00 pm PDT, players will once again be given the chance to win a powerful Legendary Pokémon and a variety of bonuses.

What’s more, since this is the Water Festival, Water Pokémon such as Magikarp and Totodile will pop up more frequently throughout the duration of the event. And catching any Water-type creatures will  [Read More…]

LG’s next smartwatch passes through the FCC

In what may come as a surprise, a new LG smartwatch has passed through the FCC the day before Google I/O 2018. The company has been rumored to be working on a new smartwatch, and this may be our first good look.

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OnePlus 6 passes through TENAA ahead of official launch

We already know that the OnePlus 6 will be unveiled on May 16th at an event in London. However, the device had not yet been certified by either the FCC or China’s TENAA certifications. OnePlus 6 on TENAA That has changed, as the handset has passed through TENAA, revealing some specs. Unlike other TENAA listings, […]

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Nest Thermostat Gen 1 through Gen 3 and Nest E: Comparison and main differences

See what changed from the first Nest to the current model.

Nest is a company that’s been around a while and since the debut in 2011, there have been three generations of hardware. Because a thermostat is something we tend to keep once we buy one there are plenty of older generation units in use and for sale used. While the changes between them aren’t as drastic as what we would see in a smartphone, there are  [Read More…]

Google Lens is now available for all Android users through Google Photos

Select Android phones will also be able to access lens via the Assistant.

When the Pixel 2 launched last October, one of its exclusive software features was Google Lens. Today, Google Lens is escaping the clutches of the Pixel brand and expanding to all Android devices through the Google Photos app.

To access Google Lens, simply open Google Photos, select the picture you want to use, and then tap the Lens icon that’s in between the trash  [Read More…]

How to see Twitch comments through PlayStation VR

Now we can actually talk to you while streaming.

As most of you know, Twitch has become a huge part of most gamers lives. We love to share our games, and lots of folks enjoy watching. Doing this in front of a television is one thing, but when you’ve got a PlayStation VR headset on things get a little complicated. Whether its Star Trek: Bridge Crew or a Sparc workout it’s fun to watch people play, especially  [Read More…]

Soar through the sky with the $26 Syma X5C RC Quadcopter

Start your new life as a pilot with the Syma X5C Quadcopter.

Note: You must choose Tenergy Corporation as the seller for the coupon code to work.

Tenergy Corporation via Amazon is offering the Syma X5C RC Quadcopter for just $ 26.39 when you enter promo code TWXXPSIY at checkout. The last great deal we saw on this drone was at $ 30.

Syma’s compact X5C drone features a 2MP HD camera which can take photos or  [Read More…]

Fitbit extends Pebble support through June 2018

Current Pebble owners can also get a $ 50 discount on the Fitbit Ionic.

In early December of 2016, Pebble was shut down after being acquired by Fitbit. Fitbit originally said that it’d continue to support the Pebble ecosystem until 2018, but the company has now extended that support for six more months.

The Pebble 2

The announcement came via Fitbit’s developer blog, and now Pebblers will be able to keep using their wearables like as  [Read More…]