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Pokemon GO Raids Update: Requirements for Weekend WAR!

Pokemon GO Raids Update: Requirements for Weekend WAR!

Pokemon GO Raids were released today in a Beta for some users in the game, while others had to sit it out - that's about the change. About halfway through the day, Niantic changed the requirements for each and every Pokemon GO Raid in the game, starting with a higher level and moving down to one slightly lower. This news seems to be changing how the game is played - and tested to be played - as the day goes on. If this continues, we could see a full release before Monday!

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Pokemon GO Update: Raid level news, Gyms Upgrade

Pokemon GO Update: Raid level news, Gyms Upgrade

The biggest update to Pokemon GO has released this week, and the push for the Gym Overhaul went live overnight. This means a whole new system for Pokemon Gym locations around the world, for all players - once they have the newest version of the app, of course.. It also means that we're nearly here with the RAID Battle system - which has also gone live for a select few players around the world.

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Sling TV Cloud DVR arrives on iOS and Windows 10: here’s how to get it

Sling TV Cloud DVR arrives on iOS and Windows 10: here’s how to get it

Sling TV finally began rolling out a cloud DVR feature earlier this year, possibly doing so in response to a growing number of competitors who offered the arguably vital feature. The rollout has been slow, though, arriving on only select devices as the company irons out the issues. Now it has finally made its way to two big platforms -- iOS and Windows 10 -- but getting it isn't as simple as firing up the app.

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Pokemon GO cheaters are in for a surprise

Pokemon GO cheaters are in for a surprise

Wherever you go and whatever the context, there will always be people who try to game the system. That's especially true if you're a highly popular and addictive game like Pokemon GO. From day one, developer Niantic Labs have been playing a game of cat and mouse with cheaters and hackers, who seem to always be a step ahead. In this round, the Niantic isn't giving players who catch Pokemon using third-party means the boot. Oh, they can still play the game and even use their Pokemon, but they might be in for a nasty surprise.

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Sega Forever revives classic games on iOS and Android for free

Sega Forever revives classic games on iOS and Android for free

Though some gamers may be feeling a little cool toward Sega these days, there's no denying that the company put out some excellent games back when it was still in the business of making consoles. Sega will be reviving some of those classic games on iOS and Android tomorrow, something it's already done with popular games like Sonic the Hedgehog and Crazy Taxi. There's an interesting twist this time, though, as this collection of games - known as Sega Forever - will be free-to-play and constantly expanding.

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Virgin Mobile USA is now “exclusively iPhone”

Virgin Mobile USA is now “exclusively iPhone”

Virgin Mobile USA have announced a new iPhone-only business model in which they forego selling any other device. They're making the push to this iPhone Exclusive way of living on Virgin Mobile with a sort-of deal which begins with unlimited talk, text, and data for $1 for the first year of service - of course you still need to buy the iPhone for its full off-contract price.

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Get your Apple Music subscription via a cheaper annual subscription

Get your Apple Music subscription via a cheaper annual subscription

If you're subscribed to Apple Music right now, you would either be paying the regular $9.99 per month, or $14.99 for a family subscription. The cheapest plan available is the $4.99 monthly plan for students, or so we thought. Apparently, Apple has inserted a very interesting annual plan, and it might just fit your budget better.

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OnePlus 5 specs: iPhone copycat by the numbers

OnePlus 5 specs: iPhone copycat by the numbers

The OnePlus 5 looks extremely similar to the iPhone 7 Plus - there's no getting around it. It's so extremely similar that it'd be difficult for people not intimately familiar with either to confuse one for the other - save the logos. What we're looking at today is whether the OnePlus 5 is meant to compete with the iPhone 7 Plus for specs - or if it just happens to copy the look of the Apple smartphone because millions of people around the world buy their phone only because it looks the way it does.

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Pokemon GO Fest tickets release – for the next event!

Pokemon GO Fest tickets release – for the next event!

Pokemon GO Fest tickets were released today through the official event center webpage online. This event will take place on the 22nd of July, 2017, and between now and then we'll be running down the details - like how to get a ticket. While the tickets were sold out relatively quickly, additional opportunities will appear before the event begins through 3rd-party sources.

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Pokemon GO Raid Battles : where Legendary Pokemon come from

Pokemon GO Raid Battles : where Legendary Pokemon come from

A new Raid Battle feature in Pokemon GO has been revealed by Niantic and SlashGear has the full lo-down! Today we're having a peek at what the next big change to Pokemon GO will be - not just a revamp of Pokemon GO gym battles, but of the path to the future of the game's Pokedex! This new feature will begin shortly after the flip of the switch to the new Pokemon Gym system which will be happening briefly - no later than halfway through this week!

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iPad Pro 10.5 Review (2017): Half the laptop-replacement story

iPad Pro 10.5 Review (2017): Half the laptop-replacement story

It's easy to leap to categorizing new products like Apple's iPad Pro 10.5 as either revolutionary or evolutionary. Do they break new, uncharted ground, or are they last year's flagship, polished and refined for another attempt? At first glance, the iPad Pro 10.5's familiar shape makes it easy to conclude evolution, but I'm not so sure.

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New Twitter update gets lighter and faster

New Twitter update gets lighter and faster

Twitter is getting a bit of a redesign across a number of different versions today. Though this redesign isn't anything drastic - you'll still know Twitter when see it, in other words - it does make quite a few quality of life improvements across the board. These new features and tweaks are coming to iOS, Android, TweetDeck, and Twitter Lite, though you may not see them right away.

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