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YouTube now selling you Ticketmaster tickets

YouTube now selling you Ticketmaster tickets

YouTube won't cost any more cash than it does already, but soon you'll see concert tickets offered on music artist videos. This is the way of the future. This is the day YouTube joined forces with Ticketmaster in a partnership that found a super inventive way to jam another thing to buy into your content stream.

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Pokemon GO update: Today’s Thanksgiving pre-celebration event

Pokemon GO update: Today’s Thanksgiving pre-celebration event

This morning the newest in-game event for Pokemon GO began, providing a sort of wink and nod to the rest of the Pokemon universe in the process. Today, users will be able to access a new set of clothing in celebration of the release of Pokemon Ultra Sun and Pokemon Ultra Moon! And don't mistake this for the final event of this month - that'll be coming up soon enough!

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HTC Vive standalone Daydream headset for the US canceled

HTC Vive standalone Daydream headset for the US canceled

HTC just made a big splash in China, announcing its much-anticipated standalone Vive VR headset for the market. The company, however, had a few unexpected surprises. It announced a new "half platform", the Vive Wave, for the new headset, the Vive Focus. That name was expected to be used for the standalone Daydream headset promised at Google I/O a few months back. Apparently, according to TechCrunch, HTC and Google have decided to scrap that plan even before it had a chance to be born.

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Android 8.1 could reduce inactive app sizes to save space

Android 8.1 could reduce inactive app sizes to save space

Just because storage space in mobile devices are getting larger doesn't mean platform makers and app developers can start becoming lazy and careless. In fact, it should even challenge them more to optimize for both space and performance in order to squeeze in as many apps and files in still constrained environments. Fortunately, Google is indeed still on the case of shrinking app sizes. And in Android 8.1, it might shrink less used apps even more, mirroring a step Apple has taken in iOS 11.

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iOS 11.2 beta now tells what Wi-Fi, Bluetooth toggles really do

iOS 11.2 beta now tells what Wi-Fi, Bluetooth toggles really do

iOS 11 introduced some of the biggest changes in the mobile platform we've seen in years. Those include very big and very visible changes, like the new dock, the Files app, and the new Control Center. There were, however, also hidden ones, at least one of which as made iOS users unamused. Apple didn't exactly make it known that the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles in Control Center no longer worked the way the used to. But that may be changing in iOS 11.2, where users will be greeted with a large block of text informing them what's really going on.

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Harry Potter Wizards Unite: Pokemon GO’s mistakes rectified

Harry Potter Wizards Unite: Pokemon GO’s mistakes rectified

This week we're having a deeper look at what Harry Potter: Wizards Unite will bring to the world of AR GPS-based gaming. This means working on what Ingress and Pokemon GO have done, bringing HP: Wizards Unite up to speed to do as well or better than its predecessors. Where will Harry Potter: Wizards Unite do well where Ingress and/or Pokemon GO have failed?

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T-Mobile REVVL Plus: Wait for reviews before purchase

T-Mobile REVVL Plus: Wait for reviews before purchase

T-Mobile USA revealed the REVVL Plus smartphone this week with what appears to be great specs for a low price. Much like previous smartphones that T-Mobile, or any mobile carrier for that matter, have released in this fashion - we must warn you to be wary. This sort of phone is targeted at users who don't immediately know the difference between one phone and the next. But we're here to tell you: if it seems too good to be true, it usually is.

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OnePlus 5T leaked in full on Reddit and Twitter

OnePlus 5T leaked in full on Reddit and Twitter

OnePlus 5T leaks today seem to have spilled all the beans - specs, photos, and the whole lot. This next-gen smartphone seems to be similar to its predecessor without being nearly as much of a 1:1 comparable device as the 3T was to the 3. Here, OnePlus seems to have given the device the boost it needs not just on the inside, but in its display and around the edges, as well.

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Pokemon GO Raid event begins now!

Pokemon GO Raid event begins now!

The next wave of Pokemon GO Raid events has begun, and the EX Raid is at the head of the pack. This new wave of Raids for users of all sorts begins just in time for a number of Gamestop locations turning on the lights for sponsored Pokestops and Pokemon Gyms. This does NOT mean that Gamestop is the only location where an EX Raid can happen, but it does mean that your local Gamestop might be a good place to look for an EX Raid first.

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Galaxy S9 in new tiny form tipped in China

Galaxy S9 in new tiny form tipped in China

Straight from Ice Universe comes a tip about the next big (small) Samsung Galaxy smartphone. This next Galaxy device is almost certainly not the devices we've already seen rumored, as this newest tip specifically calls out "full screen" and "less than 5 inches." Previous rumors for the Galaxy A5 (2018) and Galaxy A7 (2018) suggest 5.5-inch and 5.7-inch "Infinity Display" panels, respectively.

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Clip Studio Paint EX for iPads is a game changer

Clip Studio Paint EX for iPads is a game changer

Just a few days ago, I wrote about how to get started on your dream comics and manga artist career using nothing but your mobile device. Now software developer CELSYS just dropped a huge mobile bombshell. It has released Clip Studio Paint EX for iPads, bringing one of the most popular comics creation software on desktops to mobile. While it’s not exactly a perfect setup, its arrival, and future success, could change the face of content creation on the iPad for good.

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Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition Android pre-registration starts

Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition Android pre-registration starts

The epic boy band road trip is about to hit your smartphone. Square Enix has just announced that Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition, the cutesy version of the latest major installment to the beloved JRPG franchise, is just around the corner. But to keep you from fretting over missing the exact launch, the game developer is kicking off pre-registration for the mobile game. That is, presuming you're on Android. iOS users will just have to keep their ears perked for the news.

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