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Titanfall: Frontline brings cards to a mech fight on iOS and Android

Titanfall: Frontline brings cards to a mech fight on iOS and Android

It would appear that Titanfall 2 won't be the only Titanfall game we'll be receiving this autumn. Respawn Entertainment, in a partnership with Nexon and Particle City, has announced Titanfall: Frontline, a new mobile game that will be arriving on iOS and Android later this year, presumably around the time Titanfall 2 launches on consoles and PC.

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UMi Super Review (Euro Edition)

UMi Super Review (Euro Edition)

There are dozens of smartphone brands, many of them hailing from China, competing in the mid-range market that it is too easy to get lost in a sea of names, models and specs. So when a little known company poises itself as a flagship killer, with a price that neither OnePlus nor even Xiaomi can beat, it’s hard not to pause and take notice. In not so many words, or actually in quite many words, that is what the UMi Super aspires to be, and it does almost reach that pinnacle. Well, as high as a mid-range can reach. Read on to find out how that dream almost came to be.

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HTC Pixel (Sailfish), Pixel XL (Marlin) renders hit the Web

HTC Pixel (Sailfish), Pixel XL (Marlin) renders hit the Web

The iPhone 7 is already out and to some, even some iPhone fans, it turned out to be rather disappointing. Soon, however, it will be the Android faithful’s turn to be on the hot seat. In less than a month, Google is expected to reveal its two latest smartphones, the HTC-made Pixel and Pixel XL, not Nexus. And depending on your particular aesthetic tastes, they may turn out to be just as strongly debated. At least based on these renders that are now circulating over the Internet.

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Samsung urges owners to turn in Galaxy Note 7, deactivating soon

Samsung urges owners to turn in Galaxy Note 7, deactivating soon

Samsung still isn’t calling it a recall, but its tune might change really soon, and not for the better. Currently, Samsung is just “strongly” urging owners of its Galaxy Note 7 units to trade in their potentially explosive phablets for something else (or wait a new Galaxy Note 7 model). But if the US government has its way, that will transform into an official product recall. And in other places, like France, Samsung is reported to be taking even more drastic measures, remotely deactivating devices in a worst case scenario.

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Pokemon Go Buddy update to begin rolling out shortly

Pokemon Go Buddy update to begin rolling out shortly

Along with the announcement of Apple Watch support, the biggest Pokemon Go news last week was that trainers will finally be able to get their hands on the Pokemon GO Plus wearable accessory starting Friday, September 16th. With that day quickly approaching, developer Niantic has confirmed that the next update for the game — version 1.7.0 on iOS, and 0.37.0 on Android — is being prepared to rollout in the next few days.

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Pokemon GO Update : Trading, War, and Peace

Pokemon GO Update : Trading, War, and Peace

Buddy Pokemon are nearly here and we're already looking to the next big thing. We're crossing our fingers and cursing our crystal ball for the update to Pokemon GO - Season 2, the one where everything changes. Before we get there, though, we've got a few things to discuss. Today we're going to begin with a brilliant realization by Bob of Boblandia, a Silph Road member and analyzer of the game Pokemon GO. He realized that though the tweaking of item drops in PokeStops, Niantic is able to control the dynamic of the entire game.

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iPhone 7 release date options: colors and sizes and Android

iPhone 7 release date options: colors and sizes and Android

The release date for Apple's iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus is upon us. While this set of iPhones looks a lot like iPhones we've seen in the past several years, a set of new options makes this an interesting switchover point for many consumers. People that've been using an older iPhone from 2 or more year ago, especially will be looking to upgrade - but there's also the people that are less-than-satisfied with what's just happened in the Android universe. While we don't expect a large number of switches over to the other side this generation only because of Samsung's misfortune, we do expect there to be some fallout.

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Xperia X Compact now available in the UK

Xperia X Compact now available in the UK

Not everyone is happy with the new iPhone 7. In fact, not everyone might be happy with the latest, large iPhones in general. But smaller smartphones usually also mean lesser quality. Which is why the Sony Xperia X Compact is somewhat making waves in the Android market. Though not exactly tiny, standing at 4.6 inches, it still packs a stronger punch than other smartphones of the same size. And luckily for UK residents, Sony has decided to make it available for them as well.

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Samsung clarifies Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, FAA issues warning

Samsung clarifies Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, FAA issues warning

Over at its UK website, Samsung has attempted to put fears to rest regarding its “explosive” Galaxy Note 7 phablet. Practically just repeating what we’ve heard so far, and ambiguously denying others, one new detail surfaces regarding the cause of the so far 35 reported incidents involving spontaneously combusting batteries. That said, the rather terse explanations won’t exactly stop the fallout from the battery problem, especially as flight authorities and airlines start banning, or at least warning against, the smartphone.

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Moto Z Play Droid, Hasselblad Moto Mod now up for pre-order

Moto Z Play Droid, Hasselblad Moto Mod now up for pre-order

After two consecutive high-profile smartphone announcements, it might be too easy to forget that Motorola and Verizon had a less expensive but no less curious bombshell just last week. To remind everyone that the Moto Z Play Droid and the Hasselblad “True Zoom” Moto Mod are in town, the two companies have opened the doors for interested buyers to pre-order the devices. And with that, of course, we are able to get a closer look into the specs of the smartphone and the half-camera.

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Galaxy Tab A (2016) with S Pen says hello in leaked press images

Galaxy Tab A (2016) with S Pen says hello in leaked press images

It would appear that Samsung is plotting to re-release its Galaxy Tab A 10.1, which was released earlier this year. With this new variant, however, users will be getting S Pen functionality. According to SamMobile, which got its hands on leaked press images of the Galaxy Tab A, the S Pen that's included with the new model will be the same one found in the Galaxy Note 7, so this release will combine hardware from two Samsung devices.

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Michael Kors Smartwatch Review : Access Dylan and Bradshaw

Michael Kors Smartwatch Review : Access Dylan and Bradshaw

The Michael Kors Access line features to main smartwatch products: Dylan and Bradshaw. Both are available in more than one color and with a variety of straps. The Dylan is the lesser of the two, coming in two "silocone" iterations, one black (the one we have here), and one closer to a true rose gold. The Bradshaw comes in Gold, Rose Gold, and Sable - all of which are "tones" of stainless steel, not actual gold. Michael Kors brand suggests that these watches are what the user should consider "the chicest way to do tech."

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