Those who have been enjoying the Android Nougat preview have felt left out in the Pokémon Go launch aftermath. This is due to the super-popular title failing to work as intended on the beta program. Thankfully, an update has now been released to address this issue. You'll no longer have to downgrade your smartphone to Android 6.x to head out the front door and catch 'em all.
This latest release bumped Pokémon Go up to version 0.29.2, and while it now enables die hard fans to try out the beta of Google's next OS update, we'd recommend caution since it's a preview and things can go wrong elsewhere. Only just getting started with Pokémon Go on Nougat? Check out our in-depth guides to the world of little monsters on your phone.
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Microsoft is reportedly considering buying the WB Games division
Microsoft is reportedly considering a bid on Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Previously, Take-Two Interactive, Electronic Arts and Activision were all reportedly interested as well.
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We're still months out from Google unveiling the Pixel 5, but that doesn't mean it's too early to speculate what it might offer. Here's everything we know so far!
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The are plenty of smart lights available that are similar to Philips Hue bulbs at nearly half the cost. Most offer easy management from a designated app on your smartphone or tablet, too.