How many Pokemon have been in Pokemon GO so far? (Hardcore Total Count)

How many Pokemon have been in Pokemon GO so far? (Hardcore Total Count)

Pokemon GO added Mewtwo to its ranks this week along with Shiny Pikachu last week - so it's time to do a headcount. Today we're taking a look at what Pokemon are in the game so far - each and every single possible variation that've been available thus far. This includes Shinies, Male and Female iterations, Legendary Pokemon, and the all-important Special Edition Hat-wearing Pikachu.

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Nintendo Switch in stock at GameStop (with a pleasant twist)

Nintendo Switch in stock at GameStop (with a pleasant twist)

Good news for those of you still on the hunt for a Nintendo Switch: GameStop will have the console in stock this week. Even better news: the Switch will be available without a bundle! Ever since launch, GameStop has primarily offered the Switch through bundles - some of them have been good, but others have been packed with accessories few would want.

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Ford Performance 2018 Ford GT ’67 Heritage Edition is a tribute to Le Mans winner

Ford Performance 2018 Ford GT ’67 Heritage Edition is a tribute to Le Mans winner

The 2018 Ford GT is already one of the best performing and most attractive cars on the market and Ford has now announced a new special edition that takes that sexy design to the next level. The car is the 2018 Ford GT '67 Heritage Edition and it wears a livery that is a tribute to the historic GT40 Mark IV race car that won the 1967 Le Mans race with Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt behind the wheel. The car is a limited-edition and features race-number graphics, unique interior colors, materials, and appointments according to Ford.

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Schalge Sense Smart Deadbolt now works with Android

Schalge Sense Smart Deadbolt now works with Android

As if the smartphone platform wars weren’t bad enough, the rivalry between iOS and Android also threatens to invade our homes. Lines are drawn between Apple’s HomeKit and Google’s Android, with some smart home products supporting one but not the other. Fortunately, companies like Schlage want to be embrace as many as they can. Better late than never, the security company is proudly announcing Android support in their Sense Smart Deadbolt. The cherry on top is the new Sense Wi-Fi Adapter that will let you keep in touch with the Smart Deadbolt no matter where you are.

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FrontRow camera pendant gives lifelogging another try

FrontRow camera pendant gives lifelogging another try

Action cameras and live streaming have become so in fashion that the social and the tech savvy broadcast nearly every facet of their real life for the public, or even semi-public, to see. This, however, isn’t completely new. One could even say that the seeds of this new trend have been planted a little over four years ago by what was then called “lifelogging”. That is something that this new FrontRow camera accessory seems to want to bring back, despite lifelogging having abruptly dropped from the scene. It’s advantage? A more social generation, more sophisticated technology, and four years of lessons learned.

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Next Insta360 camera could orbit around you

Next Insta360 camera could orbit around you

As fancy and entertaining as 360-cameras might be, they all suffer a flaw due to their very nature. They can capture the world around it but they can never capture what’s at the center of that world. That is, they don’t record the immediate area around where they stand. If Insta360’s latest teaser has any hint of accuracy in it, the camera maker’s next product might turn that limitation on its head. While the camera still can’t see its own body, this time it is the one revolving around the center of the scene looking inside rather than watching the rest of the world move around it.

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DeLorean Aerospace DR-7 VTOL makes good on Doc Brown’s promise

DeLorean Aerospace DR-7 VTOL makes good on Doc Brown’s promise

One of the most iconic movies from the '80s was "Back to the Future" and in that original film, just when we think all is well with McFly and his hottie, Doc Brown comes back in a much more futuristic DeLorean time machine and famously tells Marty that where they are going, they don't need roads. DeLorean Aerospace has now made good on Doc's promise and had unveiled the DR-7 VTOL (DR-7? I see what you did there) and it is a flying machine.

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Windows 10 Mobile update breaks GPS for Runtastic, others

Windows 10 Mobile update breaks GPS for Runtastic, others

In an ideal world, all that software updates do should be to improve users’ experience, either by adding new features or removing erroneous ones. In the real world, however, some bugs manage to creep in. And in some cases, they can be so terrible that they deserve more than just silence from software vendors. That’s the position the remaining few Windows 10 Mobile users are finding themselves in. The latest update to the nearly abandoned mobile platform apparently broke GPS tracking in some apps, including popular fitness apps like Runtastic.

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Synology DiskStation DS418j has home uses in mind

Synology DiskStation DS418j has home uses in mind

Most of the time, when you hear about new Network-Attached Storage (NAS) products, they’re geared towards professionals or, at the very least, small to medium businesses (SMB) or home offices. But with the mass of data we produce and the growing number of computers and devices in our homes, the benefits of reliable data storage as well as access from multiple devices will soon also be critical for home owners as well. Ready to meet that demand, Synology has announced the new DiskStation DS418j for home use and with a home-friendly price to boot.

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Sony XAV-AX200 car audio system includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support

Sony XAV-AX200 car audio system includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support

The focus these days on self-driving smart cars and built-in Apple CarPlay or Android Auto may seem to make more focused and dedicated in-car audio systems obsolete. Sony’s latest announcement reminds car owners and lovers that there’s always room for both. In particular, the new XAV-AX200 receiver supports both infotainment platforms, just like its predecessor, the XAV-AX100 pictured above. Sony, however, also throws in a feature that may sound old school by now: a DVD player.

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Switch to 64-bit Firefox now to get less crashes

Switch to 64-bit Firefox now to get less crashes

There was a huge hoopla a few years back regarding the switch to 64-bit processors on smartphones. While that was totally new on mobile, 64-bit has long been the name of the game on desktops and laptops. That said, most desktop software continued to straddle both 32 and 64 bit worlds, partly out of necessity to support those still running 32-bit versions of Windows. But for those already running on a 64-bit OS, Mozilla has this to say: use the 64-bit version of Firefox now and avail of the 39% discount on browser crashes.

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Google Calendar finally gets Material Design on desktops

Google Calendar finally gets Material Design on desktops

Google is prone to changing its mind about a lot of things, and sometimes without prior warning. Ironically, it also sometimes takes too long to implement those changes, sometimes ending up too late. That is perhaps best seen in Google’s design directions. Material Design, its latest design language, has been out for nearly three years now, but it hasn’t exactly infused even most of Google’s core apps and services. Case in point is Google Calendar which, after years of sporting the same initial minimalist look on desktop browsers, is finally getting a makeover.

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