Good news, everyone! We've scored a few more tickets for next week's Talk Mobile 2013 Launch Party in New York City, and they'll open up today at noon EDT. Hit this link to secure yours (max of two per person, apparently), and do it quick, before those CrackBerry guys get 'em all. (And don't forget that we're giving away a trip to NYC as well, for those of you out of state.)
And seeing as how it's been a while since we did a proper Mobile Nations Podcast, we're gonna bust one out live at 2 p.m. EDT today. So swing by AndroidCentral.com/live to check it out.
The Charge 5 is Fitbit's latest fitness tracker, and it's easily the company's best band yet. It's been updated to reflect Fitbit's new design language as seen on the Luxe, Versa 3, and Sense, and it features some of its most advanced health sensors. Even though it's Fitbit's most expensive fitness band ever, we still think you should consider this device over most Android smartwatches.
The iPhone 13 is a minor upgrade on the iPhone 12, but it still will likely outsell its competition by leaps and bounds...unless Google manages to steal some of Apple's customers. Here's why the Pixel 6 is the company's best chance to save the brand and take advantage of Apple's uninspiring year.
Kena: Bridge of Spirits takes the best parts of beloved games before it to create an adventure that's a lot of fun to play. Though not perfect, it's one of the best exclusive indies to hit PS5 in a long time.
With the flexibility of Stadia, you can play all of your favorite games on your TV, phone, computer, laptop, or tablet easily. A Stadia Pro subscription includes some free games, but you can buy even more, ranging from AAA titles to indies and platform exclusives. Here are our picks for the best out there that you won't want to put down.