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‘Go Go Bots’ is a Facebook Gaming exclusive from Ustwo

Sponsored Links Ustwo Ustwo Studios — a division of the creative company behind Monument Valley and Assemble with Care ­– has dropped a new title on Facebook Gaming: Go Go Bots. It’s a fast-paced, strategic climbing game set in a glitchy, cyberpunk future — choose from one of five mechanical characters, each with their own …

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Pokémon Go Fest 2020 is a stay-at-home event starting July 25th

Sponsored Links Niantic Each summer since 2017, app developer Niantic has hosted the Pokémon GO Fest in select cities across the globe. The event incorporates Pokémon-themed installations and activities in large parks, and helps thousands of players connect in real life. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Fest obviously can’t be held outdoors. Instead, …

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Wallace and Gromit get their first AR story in ‘The Big Fix Up’

Sponsored Links Aardman Animations Over the years, beloved duo Wallace and Gromit have appeared in their share of games. In 2009, for instance, Telltale Games gave the two its classic adventure game treatment. But for the time ever, they’ll star in an augmented reality title. Later this year, Aardman Animations, with help from a group called the Fictioneers and the …

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Samsung’s Exynos 880 delivers 5G speeds to mid-range phones

Sponsored Links Samsung Samsung has unveiled the Exynos 880 processor aimed at mid-range phones that has much of the power of the Exynos 980 announced last year. Built using Samsung’s 8-nanometer FinFET process, it has an identical integrated 5G modem with support for up to 2.55Gbps download speeds and 1.28Gbps uploads. It also packs tech …

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Trump extends telecom order behind Huawei ban until May 2021

Sponsored Links NICOLAS ASFOURI/AFP via Getty Images Huawei isn’t about to get a reprieve from the US trade ban any time soon. President Trump has extended until May 2021 the executive order barring American companies from buying and using telecom equipment that represents an “unacceptable” national security risk. The order was key to the Commerce …

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Qualcomm’s latest mobile gaming chip packs faster graphics and global 5G

Sponsored Links Joan Cros/NurPhoto via Getty Images Qualcomm isn’t wasting any time following up last year’s Snapdragon 765G gaming chip with a more powerful model. It’s unveiling the Snapdragon 768G, a follow-up that appears to address what many gamers want the most: raw performance. The 2.8GHz Kryo 475 CPU is estimated to run about 15 …

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Samsung will introduce an ‘innovative’ debit card this summer

Sponsored Links David Wong/South China Morning Post via Getty Images Samsung wants to do more with payments than offer a virtual prepaid card. The company plans to grow Samsung Pay this summer by introducing a new “experience” that includes an “innovative” debit card supported by a cash management account. Details are only slated to arrive …

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Microsoft To Do adds features the day Wunderlist shuts down

Sponsored Links Microsoft Today (May 6th) is the day Microsoft shuts down Wunderlist, but it’s hoping that some new features in To Do will ease the sting for those reluctant to switch. The tech giant is rolling out updates (via Android Police) to its Android and iOS apps that introduce some familiar Wunderlist features to …

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India requires all workers to use its COVID-19 tracking app

Sponsored Links Yawar Nazir/Getty Images COVID-19 contact tracing apps are frequently voluntary in those countries that have rolled them out so far, but India’s is effectively mandatory. The country’s home ministry will require that all workers, public or private, use its Aarogya Setu app starting May 4th. Company and government leaders will be responsible for …

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