Say goodbye to Google’s ugly blob emojis

Google’s ugly blob emojis are finally going away. One of the more welcome surprises we saw from Android O at Google I/O was the introduction of brand new emojis. They resemble the ones found in iOS and other smartphones. The other themed emojis portraying specific jobs also got more detailed with darker shades and stronger […]

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Watch as Overwatch Game Director answers questions from Twitter

“Nerf Reaper!” “Why doesn’t Reinhardt slow down when he swings his hammer?” (I can relate to that one, because it just makes sense.) “Why is Genji so cool?” (Annnnnnd, you lost me.) Why not spend some of your weekend digging into a video done up by the folks at WIRED that features Overwatch Game Director Jeff Kaplan reading […]

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15 best MMORPGs on Android

MMORPGs are funny things. They have the ability to put you in a vast world filled with thousands of other people and you can play them almost infinitely without reaching the end. Their following is huge and vastly loyal which made creating a list of the best Android MMORPGs very difficult since experiences can vary […]

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How to enroll in the Android O Beta Program

At I/O 2017, Google announced that it would be rolling out the second Developer Preview build of Android O and along with it, the O Beta Program. Just like with Android Nougat’s Beta Program, you enroll in the program online and shortly after, Google will send an OTA update to your registered device. Here’s the […]

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Silicon Valley’s Not Hotdog app is completely real

The Silicon Valley showrunners went ahead and made a real version of the absurd app that appeared in a recent episode of the show. Have you been watching Silicon Valley on HBO? If so, that’s great news. It’s one of the best comedies running on television today, and I’ll contend that it’s been stellar since […]

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Amazon Prime Video: Here’s what’s being added in June

Amazon announced the new titles coming to its Prime Video and Amazon Video services in June. The highlight of Amazon’s additions is Star Trek Beyond, the third entry in the rebooted trilogy and the film not directed by J.J. Abrams. It was instead led by Fast and Furious director Justin Lin, who brought a new direction […]

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