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Google is in the process of making some changes to the Pixel Launcher, and that means its time for the third-party launchers to play catchup. Action Launcher has been in the lead when it comes to adopting...

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Google unveiled some big changes to the Pixel Launcher the other day along with the Pixel 2, and you know what that means. Yes, third-party launchers are adopting the same features. First out of the gate...

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During the height of the Cold War, a Soviet submarine mysteriously sank in the Pacific Ocean. K-129 held a crew of nearly 100 sailors, as well as a full payload of nuclear missiles. Following...

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Handelabra Games, known for their digital adaptation of the cooperative tabletop card game Sentinels of the Multiverse [$ 6.99], has a brand-new offering in the App Store. This time they’ve tackled...

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A handful of new images for the upcoming Meizu M6 Note have leaked, offering a closer and clearer look at the handset’s back as well as bottom. The leak re-confirms vertically-aligned dual camera...

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If you love bezels, you surely liked what Google did with the original Pixel and Pixel XL last year. And, it turns out, you’ll also very much enjoy the 2017 edition of the Pixel – let’s...

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Google’s been all over the place with its server-side rollouts in the Google app lately. Some people are seeing two tabs, some are seeing three, and some four. It’s totally bizarre, but...

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Microsoft’s Kinect is earning some recognition for it’s work with Dinosaurs. The Xbox peripheral was designed as a camera that allows you to control video games with your movements, now it’s been...

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If you’re an avid user of the Google News & Weather app for Android, you may have felt a little sting when the Google News website got an interface overhaul last month. There’s no need...

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As we wrote about a few months ago, Handelabra Games, of Sentinels of the Multiverse fame, is now working on porting the baseball dice and card game Bottom of the 9th to mobile. Now, we have the first...