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  • Super Mario Run Gets ‘Loads of Coins’ Limited Time Event
    If you’ve played Super Mario Run, you know that the coins you collect can be used towards building up your kingdom. Now if you’re running low on coins or if you’d like to stockpile your coins, you might be interested to learn that Nintendo has launched a limited time event for the game. Dubbed the “Loads of Coins” event, basically from now until the 25th of January, the amount of […] ... read more
    Source: UbergizmoPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Atari Teases Gaming Wearable For Your Wrist
    Last year you might have recalled that Atari announced their plans to return to the hardware scene. The company did not dive into details but stated that they were going to create smart home gadgets that rely on IoT technology, and it seems that we could soon be seeing the fruits of their labor. In a post on NeoGAF (via Just Push Start), it seems that Atari has sent out […] ... read more
    Source: UbergizmoPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Zelda ‘Breath Of The Wild’ Nintendo Switch VS Wii U
    It has been confirmed that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be launched alongside the Nintendo Switch. The game will also be finding its way onto the Wii U, so gamers who don’t plan on upgrading to the Switch will still be able to get in on the action. So the question is, with the difference in hardware, how will the game look? The folks at IGN […] ... read more
    Source: UbergizmoPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 active on AT&T starts getting December security update
    AT&T has started pushing out a new update to Samsung Galaxy S6 active units on its network. Weighing in at just over 14MB and carrying a build number of G890AUCS5CPK4, the update brings Android security fixes for the month of December. Aside from the December security patch, nothing else is included in the update - at least that's what the official change-log suggests. As is usually the case with OTA roll outs, it may take ... read more
    Source: GSM Arena BlogPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Borderlands 3 Will Not Be Arriving For The Nintendo Switch
    Nintendo’s consoles have typically gotten a bit of a reputation over the years as being a console in which many triple A titles are not available for it. Will the Nintendo Switch change that? We guess it remains to be seen as it has yet to be released, but for now it seems that it can be confirmed that Gearbox’s Borderlands 3 will not be available for it. This was […] ... read more
    Source: UbergizmoPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Nintendo Switch And 3DS To Exist Side-By-Side
    With the Nintendo Switch being marketed as a home console that also offers up portable gameplay, many have wondered if this could mean that the company could be looking to discontinue the Nintendo 3DS handheld console. After all why would gamers need two consoles if one already does the job of both, right? Nintendo had previously stated that they will not be discontinuing the 3DS and in case you were […] ... read more
    Source: UbergizmoPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Microsoft Australia Unveils The Xbox Inflatable
    So last year, Microsoft unveiled the Xbox Onesie which was basically a one piece clothing themed around the Xbox. It was a fun concept and idea and had a limited run. Turns out Microsoft isn’t quite done with its fun and weird Xbox products yet because Microsoft Australia has announced the Xbox Inflatable. As you can see in the photos, the Xbox Inflatable is not a controller, but rather it […] ... read more
    Source: UbergizmoPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Inflatable Xbox One controller is perfect if you ever manage to go outside
    It's peak summer in Australia right now, and despite the blazing heat, there's plenty of people who'd rather play video games inside. But if peer pressure sees you forced into going outside, there's now an inflatable pool toy in the shape of the Xbox One S controller, so you can show where your allegiances truly lie. SEE ALSO: 1 laptop, 3 4K screens, the ultimate gaming experience The inflatable features two drink holders where the ... read more
    Source: MashablePublished on 2017-01-17
  • Microsoft Surface Pro 4 receives $100 price cut in US
    If you are in the US and are planning to purchase the Microsoft Surface Pro 4, you'll be glad to know that the tablet/laptop hybrid has received an official price cut in the country. Specifically, the 128GB/Intel Core i5 variant is currently being sold by Microsoft for $899, down from its usual price of $999. The model in question comes with 4GB RAM. If you are a student or educator, you're eligible for an extra ... read more
    Source: GSM Arena BlogPublished on 2017-01-17
  • 32GB RAM MacBook Pro Could Be Limited To 15-inch Model
    The max amount of RAM that you can stuff in Apple’s new MacBook Pros is 16GB. The reason behind this, according to Apple’s Phil Schiller, is that more RAM could lead to poorer battery life. The good news is that if you are after 32GB of RAM, that option could be made available later this year. This is according to a recent investor’s note released by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi […] ... read more
    Source: UbergizmoPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Nest Availability Expands To Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain
    Despite having been around for awhile now, Nest’s products have been limited to just a handful of countries – 7 to be exact. However the good news is that according to an announcement made by the company, it seems that they have decided that they will be expanding their product availability to four more countries – Germany, Austria, Italy, and Spain. Now for those wondering why it took the company […] ... read more
    Source: UbergizmoPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Potentially New LG Android Wear Smartwatch Spotted At The FCC
    Last year we saw quite a few major Android Wear OEMs pass on the opportunity to make and release new devices for 2016, and LG was one of them. However it seems that 2017 could be a different story because thanks to the recent sighting of an LG smartwatch that was spotted at the FCC. Unsurprisingly the FCC documents reveal little information about the device in question, but basically it […] ... read more
    Source: UbergizmoPublished on 2017-01-17
  • The ‘Titanfall’ mobile game will die on the vine
    If you managed to get access to the Titanfall: Frontline beta, congratulations: You're playing a mobile game marked for death. "We've learned an incredible amount in the beta test of Titanfall: Frontline, but in the end felt the experience wasn't rea ... read more
    Source: Engadget NewsPublished on 2017-01-17
  • Microsoft Australia releases waterproof, inflatable, non-functioning Xbox controller – CNET
    Because at this point, why not? ... read more
    Source: CNET techPublished on 2017-01-17
  • New research report claims Pixel demand still high at Verizon stores
    It’s been close to three months since Verizon Wireless started selling the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. However, it appears that there is still a lot of retail demand for the Android Nougat phones even after the busy holiday shopping period of 2016 concluded. See also:Google Pixel XL International Giveaway!1 day ago Fierce Wireless reports that, according to a new paper from Wave7 Research, 9.5 percent of recent sales from 50 ... read more
    Source: Android AuthorityPublished on 2017-01-17




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