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Pokemon GO Apple Watch update live (vs Pokemon GO Plus)

Pokemon GO Apple Watch update live (vs Pokemon GO Plus)

This morning the Pokemon GO update Apple Watch users have been waiting for has gone entirely live. This version of the Pokemon GO app will only be coming to the iPhone for use in collaboration with the Apple Watch. This version of the app will enable features sort-of similar to those offered on the original Niantic wearable device, the Pokemon GO Plus.

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BlackBerry Mercury could be the Android innovator in 2017

BlackBerry Mercury could be the Android innovator in 2017

2017 is bound to have its share of impressive Android phones, but one you may want to begin paying attention to is the BlackBerry Mercury. Thus far, Blackberry has been tight-lipped about what to expect in the Mercury, but a number of leaks and reports have painted a fairly clear picture nonetheless. Should these turn out to be true, then the Mercury could end up being one of the most unique Android phones of the year.

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WhatsApp update: how to edit and delete messages

WhatsApp update: how to edit and delete messages

This week the folks at WhatsApp have updated their app to include the ability to edit and delete messages with one big caveat. If the messages have been read, they'll no longer be able to be edited or deleted. This update will be available for download soon- we'll be including the link to the download as soon as it becomes available in the post you're reading right this minute.

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Kamerar ZOOM iPhone 7 Plus accessory adds telephoto and fisheye lenses

Kamerar ZOOM iPhone 7 Plus accessory adds telephoto and fisheye lenses

Masses of people all around the world rely exclusively on their smartphone for photography. We always have smartphone with us therefore we always have cameras. If you are an iPhone 7 Plus user there is a new photography accessory for the big iPhone that will add dual lenses to the mix giving you some new photographic options. The accessory is called Kamerar ZOOM.

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Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) renders shown off

Samsung Galaxy J7 (2017) renders shown off

If you are the sort of smartphone user who only really cares that the device works for calls, texts, and the occasional Facebook when the boss isn't looking and doesn't like to be stuck to a long contract with high monthly rates, a cheaper more mediocre phone might be for you. Samsung has a new Galaxy J7 (2017) in the works and some renderings have leaked. Those renderings show a device that looks rather premium while presumably being much cheaper than the Galaxy S line of devices.

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T-Mobile One Plus makes HD video streaming more affordable

T-Mobile One Plus makes HD video streaming more affordable

If you remember when T-Mobile One first came out the carrier wanted us all to think that it was going to be a cheaper way to get unlimited data, but there was one big catch. That catch had to do with the way T-Mobile limited streaming video to 480p streams only on the plan. You could get HD streaming, but to do so cost you a whopping $25 more per line. That caveat has been addressed somewhat with the new T-Mobile One Plus plan that was just announced.

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LG outs new K, Stylus models embracing the mid-range

LG outs new K, Stylus models embracing the mid-range

If you think that LG, like Apple, has become too focused on the high-end, forgetting us mere mortals, this latest announcement aims to prove you wrong. As per its usual practice before major tech events, LG is pre-announcing new products, this time its line of mid-range Android smartphones under its still young K series as well as a new stylus-bearing Stylus 3. But while LG tries to explain what makes each one different, it still ends up making them all feel and look the same.

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Galaxy S8 might come with an ominous “Beast Mode”

Galaxy S8 might come with an ominous “Beast Mode”

The Samsung Galaxy S8, which might be delayed in the US until April, is rumored to be a great many things. This latest one, however, isn't one of them. It is, on the other hand, still interesting, or amusing at the very least. According to some trademark paperwork filed in the European Union reveals that Samsung is introducing a still unknown "Beast Mode" in the Galaxy S8. While it's exact nature is still unknown, the very name seems to already imply it: it will devour your battery like there's no tomorrow.

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Lenovo Phab 2 Pro review: Google Tango has landed

Lenovo Phab 2 Pro review: Google Tango has landed

Google's Tango augmented reality platform is getting its first real-world application with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro. We're venturing into a territory that's largely unknown, and the Phab 2 Pro is the first of its kind: a phone built around the idea that augmented reality can be more than just a novelty. What does the Phab 2 Pro say about the future of Tango and the phones produced to support it? Read on for our full review.

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iPhone 7s Plus Pro teased in leaked images

iPhone 7s Plus Pro teased in leaked images

Three new iPhone models appear to be the subject of a set of new internal component images leaked this week in China. The source is said to be known for reputable leaks from Apple's "East Asian supply chain", said Apple Insider - they show simple drawings in this case. These drawings indicate that Apple is working on three iPhone models, one likely an iPhone 7s, another likely an iPhone 7s Plus, and a third an unknown model.

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Another Galaxy phone explodes: why Lithium-Ion should die, not Samsung

Another Galaxy phone explodes: why Lithium-Ion should die, not Samsung

The amount of smartphones that explode every year has gotten entirely out of hand, as one Galaxy S6 Edge user was loathe to find this week. The user goes by the screen name ReturnThroughAether and posted a number of images of the aftermath of a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge explosion that happened overnight last night. The bad news for Samsung is that this was a Samsung smartphone. The good news is that this should further encourage research into alternate battery technology.

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iPhones could support dual SIMs to woo China, India

iPhones could support dual SIMs to woo China, India

Apple has been bending over backwards to court the Chinese and Indian markets, even their governments, but its iPhones continue to lack one thing critical to these markets: support for dual active SIM cards. But based on several patents filed in different countries, that might be changing soon and the iPhone of the future might start supporting more SIMs at the same time. However, it might not come in a form that most users will be familiar with.

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