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Poor Rick Grimes may already have had it up to here, but apparently people (not the undead kind) are still into AMC’s The Walking Dead, which will be on its ninth season come October later this year. But for those who do not mind seeing walkers in real life (or real-ish life), they might be snapping to know that The Walking Dead: Our World mobile game is now going live.
We already know that the world’s biggest seller of smartphone devices is cooking up something big, and it is likely to be revealed on August 9th. We know this because a couple of weeks ago, Samsung had already sent out invites for an Unpacked event happening on that date in New York City.
Less than a week ago, Charter Communications had launched its wireless service brand, Spectrum Mobile. And at least one industry watcher from Wall Street is already projecting that the new mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) will be gaining around a quarter of a million new customers this year. Interestingly, this projection is actually lower than previously anticipated.
For those still looking to buy last year’s Pixel 2 XL, here’s some piece of news that should be music to their ears -- the Google Store is launching a summer sale that is offering the flagship smartphone at a discounted price, as well as all Google Home smart speakers and Chromecasts, among many others.
Playing the HQ Trivia mobile app is super fun -- just about everybody will attest to that. But one can argue that playing the HQ Trivia mobile app is actually more super fun when you are still playing (that is, not eliminated yet during the course of a game). So there is no doubt that players everywhere are already starting to wonder -- is it ever possible to get, maybe, an extra life?
A day after the Fourth of July, Belkin has taken the opportunity to formally announce its newest power bank offering -- the BOOST↑CHARGE Power Bank 10K with Lightning Connector. Priced at just under sixty bucks, the BOOST↑CHARGE happens to enjoy the distinction of being the first power bank with Lightning input to be officially granted certification under Apple’s MFi (Made For iPhone) licensing program.
Just this week, FuboTV took the opportunity to officially launch its 4K HDR10 support (although in beta). By doing this, FuboTV has grabbed the honor of being the first ever sports streaming platform to offer video content in ultra high definition and high dynamic range (HDR). And the timing could not be more impeccable (although hardcore fans of the beautiful game may have wanted the feature to come sooner, like a couple of weeks earlier).
Sure, digital dating can be fun, but few people realize that even this mobile activity can be vulnerable to all sorts of hackers out there. That is no fun at all. As one of the most popular dating apps today, Tinder can be considered an obvious target, and some have express concern that the app may have not been too extra vigilant when it comes to protecting its users.
This week saw Amazon roll out a couple of new devices -- one for grown ups and the other for little kids. The first is the Show Mode Charging Dock, which has a version for the Fire HD 10 and another for the Fire HD 8 tablets. What this new new charging dock basically does is easily switch Fire HD devices to Show Mode, an Alexa driven full screen interface that displays whatever content on the Fire tablet to be more visible to the user or other members of his family.
Around a month ago during its yearly I/O developer conference, Google had taken the opportunity to showcase a preview of its upgraded Google Maps experience, which includes personalized restaurant suggestions, and some other cool stuff. Well, the tech giant has revealed that those features are now starting to roll out to users of the popular navigation tool around the world.