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In August 2016, Microsoft acquired Beam, an interactive livestreaming service. Big companies often buy smaller ones to incorporate their software into their own, but Microsoft has a cleverer idea it seems. Windows 10 Insiders, those who preview new features in the operating system, have reported the existence of a new streaming app!
The long await Fire Emblem game for smart phones was finally announced during the recent Fire Emblem direct. Nintendo will bring Fire Emblem Heroes to smart devices and deliver a brand-new story with gameplay akin to the series.
The incredible action packed action platformer RunGunJumpGun is making it's way to iOS and Android today.
Although you could consider Google’s line of Nexus devices as Google’s own smartphones, the company has always relied on third party manufacturers to design and manufacture the hardware. According to a new report however, the company may opt to release the first Google-made device later this year.
"There's an app for that" is a term that's become synonymous with app stores because no matter what you're looking for, there's likely an app that'll suit. But more often than not, having a ton of apps you use only once or twice a month cluttering your phone isn't exactly ideal, and Google think they've solved that issue.
Following the launch of Apple Pay here in the UK some time ago, Google's operating system, Android, has now followed suit bringing Android Pay to the masses.
For the past year or so, Android developers have been able to run Android apps on Chrome OS thanks to the App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) feature added to the OS, however it's looking like Google Play may be coming to Chrome OS according to come code found in the Developer Channel of the operating system.
EXIT HERO is a brand new game from mobile publisher NANOO and blends fast-paced tapping action with a much more classic game, snake. It's quick, it's tense, it's brilliant to play on the bog. But WHY?
What comes as a surprise to no one after the torrent of leaks coming through in the past few days, HTC has announced their latest flagship, the HTC 10. And they're not just ditching the "One" moniker, they've also done away with BoomSound.
DJI is hoping to make it easier to discover fellow drone enthusiasts with a brand new social network which hopes to connect pilots as well as share interesting places for pilots to fly.
According to a poster over on NeoGAF, Square Enix has registered a number of domain names for some of its IP which could suggest a mobile "GO" version could be incoming.
Nintendo's first official Smartphone app has seen a great launch in Japan earlier this month and was expected be seen in the rest of the world in March as well. Well that ship seems to have sailed now with the removal of any mentions of the original march release from the website...
According to The Verge, Google is apparently developing a keyboard for iOS that'll put its search engine at the front and foremost of the device. The keyboard, not unlike that found on Android, will incorporate a number of search options within the keyboard, and has apparently been in the works for months.
Google has confirmed the dates for its annual developer conference, Google I/O, which will be taking place this year at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View from May 18-20.
Well-known leaker, @evleaks a.k.a Evan Blass, has revealed a huge amount of information about the upcoming LG G5, which will launch in Q1 of 2016.