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Pokemon GO Legendary Update released: new Gym Raids!

Pokemon GO Legendary Update released: new Gym Raids!

Surprise, a new Pokemon GO update has been released just before Pokemon GO Fest. This version of the software allows a whole lot of speculation to happen - and makes for some very interesting solidification of clues we've spoken of in the past. What's most interesting about Pokemon GO 0.69.0 for Android and 1.39.0 for iPhone is the appearance of one brand new graphic - the LEGENDARY RAID PASS!

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PlayStation 4 5.0 Beta System Update: How to get this game-changer

PlayStation 4 5.0 Beta System Update: How to get this game-changer

The most mega-large of updates to the base system UI and features of the PlayStation 4 (PS4) is available to the public now. While not every member of the public will be given access, the front door was effectively thrown open by Sony this week. All that lies between you and the next generation in PlayStation 4 software is a Sony guard at the door that checks to see if you're on the waiting list - so to speak.

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TP-Link HomeCare adds extra security, parental controls to some routers

TP-Link HomeCare adds extra security, parental controls to some routers

TP-Link has made a couple of big announcements, the first being new smart home integrations with IFTTT and Alexa. Joining those smart home integrations is TP-Link HomeCare, a product being delivered to some routers via a firmware update. With HomeCare, these select router owners get access to parental controls, as well as security via integrated malware protection and anti-virus control.

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Chrome OS touch controls now available [in this Beta update]

Chrome OS touch controls now available [in this Beta update]

Touch controls and a new UI have been introduced in the most recent release of Canary, the Beta-like state of Google Chrome OS. Google Chrome OS is in a constant state of flux, partially because of the manufacturers that've pushed for functionality that's not been a major part of the software in the past. Google, too, released their first higher-end Chromebook with a touchscreen on it - the first Google Chromebook Pixel.

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Pokemon GO is fun again, for real this time

Pokemon GO is fun again, for real this time

Over the past couple of weeks I've begun playing Pokemon GO again after not playing for a few months. I've kept the app - mostly because I write about Pokemon GO pretty often here on SlashGear - but I'd quit playing for the most part for the past few months. Now that the latest update to Pokemon GO has changed the way the Pokemon Gym is run, the game is entirely entertaining once more. Tell your kids, tell your wife, tell your husband, because it's fun up in here again.

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YouTube for Android TV app gets a major UI overhaul

YouTube for Android TV app gets a major UI overhaul

If you're both a YouTube and an Android TV user, it has been a while since you've felt any love from Google's video platform. The YouTube app for Android TV went a long while without any updates, but that has finally changed; the new version brings a major overhaul of the user interface, adding some new features into the mix. If you've used the newer YouTube app on some other streaming devices, you'll have a good idea about what to expect.

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Android’s Google Search looks new and Pixel-friendly

Android’s Google Search looks new and Pixel-friendly

This weekend Google began rolling out changes to its mobile search results UI. Instead of flat, sharp corners, each result in Google search has a softer, rounder edge. Instead of having nothing in the upper right-hand corner of each search result, this new layout includes four friendly little dots that correspond with the 4 colors of the Google Logo and newest Android OS startup.

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Google Pixel 2 predictions and concepts released to excited users

Google Pixel 2 predictions and concepts released to excited users

This morning we're having a peek at a number of images and predictions for the Google Pixel 2. This device will very likely bring about another pair of hits for the company that sells it - Google - with a combination of high-quality hardware and hyper-tuned software. This means swift, responsive mobile action and very likely the best smartphone camera on the market - in at least two sizes.

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Nova launcher update: new Pixely tricks, old Androids [APK Download]

Nova launcher update: new Pixely tricks, old Androids [APK Download]

Wait, you might be saying - didn't Google Now come to Nova before? Yes, sort of - today's update is about stability and the launch of Nova 5.3, specifically. While the "Nova Google Companion" is still necessary, Android purists will find this update to bring about a much more user-friendly set of features. The update includes a new version of the app in the Google Play store, but the APK is being released ahead of that update.

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New Mac public beta update live: macOS High Sierra in effect

New Mac public beta update live: macOS High Sierra in effect

Today the macOS High Sierra public beta has been released to the public - just days after the public beta for iOS 11. This newest version of the desktop operating system from Apple includes all the bells and whistles - or at least most of them - spoken about during Apple's special event on the subject. A warning before anyone goes any further - this is, again, a BETA release, which means it might not be entirely stable.

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Tinder Gold cuts the mystery, shows all the likes you’ve received

Tinder Gold cuts the mystery, shows all the likes you’ve received

If you'd prefer your Tinder experience to be a bit more efficient, Tinder has a new upcoming subscription option that's right up your alley. The love-finding app has introduced a new option called 'Gold,' and it lets users pay to see how many likes they've received from others, helping them jump straight to the potential matches and get the process underway. Of course, you have to pay if you want to play.

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Facebook breaks its own record, changes incoming

Facebook breaks its own record, changes incoming

This week the folks at Facebook have broken their own record for largest number of active users in a month. Per the CEO and founder of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg, the big blue social network now has 2-billion people in it. "We're making progress connecting the world," said Zuckerberg, "and now let's bring the world closer together. It's an honor to be on this journey with you." To celebrate this milestone, the company is initiating some changes to Facebook.

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