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Not sure which team to join? Don't know the difference between a regular Poké Ball and a Great Ball? And where do these Pokémon hang out? This guide is here to help.
The Galaxy Note 7 is not a major improvement over its predecessor, but it offers so much more than other smartphones in its pricing class.
Nintendo says the Pokémon Go Plus wearable won't hit its original July release time frame.
Pokévision may be the best Pokémon Go map, as it apparently taps the Niantic API itself to provide a real-time feed of what Pokémon are spawning in Pokémon Go, and exactly where.
The latest additions will please those who regularly use the streaming service, though Binge On isn’t without a legion of critics.
The new Google Maps revamp is all about "actionable information," according to Google.
The new keyboard predicts emoji as you type, using Swiftkey's word-predicting technology.
We review the Droid editions of the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, Motorola's latest high-end Android smartphones.
Grab Pikachu as your first Pokémon, choose your ‘eeveelution,’ and reclaim your phone’s battery life with these Pokémon Go tips.
Coffee Meets Bagel and Zoosk's new Lively app are taking social cues from the popular video messaging app.
A driver in New York state ran his car off the road and into a tree last night as a result of playing Pokémon Go.
It's year two of Amazon's Prime Day sale—and you'll still need to wade through a lot of fluff to get to the solid deals. We've highlighted the best of the tech bunch.
If you want to dominate the world of Pokémon Go, it can't hurt to put this map to use in order to find prime hunting locations.
Pokémon Go is less than a week old, but it's already caught the fascination of Android and iOS smartphone owners the world over.
Scan receipts directly from Dropbox, create and edit Office files, trade comments with collaborators, and more.Dropbox app with a passcode.
Facebook Messenger now has an encrypted messaging tool, but it doesn't come close to covering all your conversations on the messaging platform.
With this new feature, the popular photo-sharing app hopes to become your default camera roll.