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Pokemon GO celebrates Pokemon Day with partying Pikachu

Pokemon GO celebrates Pokemon Day with partying Pikachu

Pokemon Day is coming up at the beginning of next week, and Niantic has something lined up for Pokemon GO players in celebration. Beginning on Sunday, February 26th, any Pikachu you encounter in the wild will be wearing a party hat for Pokemon Day. Luckily, this event is lasting longer than a single day, giving you plenty of time to capture a party Pikachu even if you don't log in on the 26th.

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Instagram’s 10x photos or videos per post is just a blog

Instagram’s 10x photos or videos per post is just a blog

The newest update to Instagram will allow users to insert up to 10x photos or 10x videos in a single post. As Instagram makes this change, they also pave the way to the future - a future in which users are able to post more than 10 photos, and more than 10 videos, and put as much text as they want, and maybe even someday have comments and more share buttons, too. Maybe Instagram's next move will be to allow users to post quotes, audio without video, and insert links too. Is Instagram just becoming Tumblr?

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Where can I get 5G data? Verizon’s 11 cities, and soon

Where can I get 5G data? Verizon’s 11 cities, and soon

Verizon's start of 5G-speed data for mobile devices - smartphones, that is - begins in the first half of this year. The company has been careful not to be too specific in giving the exact time and date of the roll-out for 5G data speeds, but has given a set of 11 markets where it'll start. In these 11 markets, 5G will be coming to pilot customers soon.

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Special Items in Pokemon GO and 8x evolutions they activate

Special Items in Pokemon GO and 8x evolutions they activate

The first batch of Special Items for evolutions in Pokemon GO have been released, and today we're running down their uses. To attain one of these Special Items - or Evolution Stones, or whatever one wants to call them - are available from Pokestops. That's where they come from, and they're very, very rare indeed.

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Fire Emblem Heroes launch celebration continues with new maps and quests

Fire Emblem Heroes launch celebration continues with new maps and quests

Fire Emblem Heroes fans know that orbs (and sometimes feathers) are what make the world go 'round, but they're not always easy to obtain. If you've burned through the free orbs the game gives you by progressing through the story, then you'll definitely want to participate in a new promotion this week. Assuming you play through all the content this promotion is adding, you'll be able to snag a decent number of orbs that can be used for refills or summoning new heroes.

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How to get Unown in Pokemon GO: Rare but not quite Legendary

How to get Unown in Pokemon GO: Rare but not quite Legendary

Today we're going to talk about the rarest of the rare Pokemon in the game Pokemon GO for Gen 2 and beyond. These are the Unown, the letters of the game. This game - like previous Pokemon games - have 26+ Pokemon in the "Unown" category, each assigned to their own letter or character. Some of the Unown are not yet released into the game, but the vast majority are available to be found and caught in the wild already.

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How to get Special Items in Pokemon GO: Some Guidance

How to get Special Items in Pokemon GO: Some Guidance

This week we're tearing through the Pokemon GO Gen 2 update to see how everything works - today's subject: Special Items. What the game calls "Special Items" are also called Evolution Items, or Evolution Requirements by the game. There are several Pokemon which require one of these items to evolve into their next-level Pokemon. That, and a healthy dose of patience to capture many times over or carry along as a Buddy Pokemon for Pokemon Candy.

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Hearthstone’s Year of the Mammoth will have three 130 card expansions

Hearthstone’s Year of the Mammoth will have three 130 card expansions

Blizzard is looking to shake things up in a major way as Hearthstone moves into 2017. When the first expansion lands later this year, it will signal the end Hearthstone's Year of the Kraken and begin its Year of the Mammoth. Given Blizzard's description of the Year of the Mammoth, the 12 months that follow will be unlike anything Hearthstone fans have seen.

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See our Gen 2 Pokemon GO 1st-wave list and release date timing

See our Gen 2 Pokemon GO 1st-wave list and release date timing

Our analysis of the clues presented in the code for Pokemon GO's latest update are in, and it's time to see what's coming! Niantic suggested this week that they'd be releasing "more than 80" new Pokemon to the game soon - but there are 100 new Pokemon in the entirety of "Gen 2" - AKA Pokemon Silver and Gold. As such, we've combed through the clues and have spun up a list of Pokemon that'll most likely be released with the first wave.

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WWDC 2017 returns to San Jose in June

WWDC 2017 returns to San Jose in June

Apple today announced the date and location for the 28th annual Worldwide Developers Conference. Though we've grown used to seeing Apple host WWDC in San Francisco in recent year, Apple will be holding this year's conference in San Jose. WWDC was actually held in San Jose from its inception until 2003, so this is something of a return to form for Apple.

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Fire Emblem Heroes update adds new heroes, extends launch promos

Fire Emblem Heroes update adds new heroes, extends launch promos

Fire Emblem Heroes is getting its first substantial update today. Some of the in-game launch events are rotating out to make room for four new incoming heroes. Those heroes are being accompanied by a new set of Paralogue battles, which will reward you with orbs that you can spend on a variety of things.

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Android or iPhone? Won’t matter on a date, says study

Android or iPhone? Won’t matter on a date, says study

Today we're having a look at a study conducted by Research Now and Match dot com. With the help of Dr. Helen Fisher, PhD, and Dr. Justin R. Garcia, PhD, they surveyed over 5,500 "singles" from all walks of life from inside the United States, asking them all sorts of questions - mostly about dating. We got our hands on the raw data behind the study and have some conclusions that smartphone users are probably going to want to see.

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