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Niantic updates Pokemon Go to version 1.3; brings several improvements

Niantic updates Pokemon Go to version 1.3; brings several improvements

In a Monday announcement, Niantic Labs said that it has updated its Pokemon Go smartphone game to version 1.3, introducing a number of notable improvements, tweaks and fixes to the July-launched game.

The most significant addition which Niantic has made to the Pokemon Go game in the updated version is that in-app dialogue option has been introduced, to remind gamers -- who may be playing the game while driving -- not to play the game when they are driving their vehicle at a high speed.

Google debuts Olympic-themed interactive doodles --- 2016 Doodle Fruit Games

Google debuts Olympic-themed interactive doodles --- 2016 Doodle Fruit Games

In coincidence with the opening of the 2016 Olympics Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on August 5, Google has launches a series of Olympics-themed interactive mini games --- the 2016 Doodle Fruit Games.

The 2016 Doodle Fruit Games are fun mini games which show up to the users when they open the Google app on either the Android or iOS devices. The users can click on the Google Doodle to play a number of games including tennis, mini golf, swimming, hurdles, and water polo.

Google to shut down ‘Together’ feature in Android Wear on Sept. 30

Google to shut down ‘Together’ feature in Android Wear on Sept. 30

According to a development first reported by Android Police, tech biggie Google plans to shut down the 'Together' watch face feature in Android Wear - the company's operating system for wearable devices - next month.

According to the report, the Android Wear OS' 'Together' watch face feature will be shuttered by Google with effect from September 30, 2016.

T-Mobile believes its wireless coverage will match Verizon’s coverage in next one year

T-Mobile believes its wireless coverage will match Verizon’s coverage in next on

During the course of an exclusive interview on Thursday, Neville Ray - the Chief Technology Officer of T-Mobile - said that, within the next one year, the wireless coverage of T-Mobile will be able to match the industry-leading wireless coverage offered by Verizon.

The statement by Ray has come against the backdrop of the fact that T-Mobile's LTE network currently covers approximately 311 million people - in theoretical terms, not the actual number of subscribers - whereas Verizon's LTE coverage is available to a few more million people.  

Latest Weibo leak highlights subtle design changes coming to iPhone 7

Latest Weibo leak highlights subtle design changes coming to iPhone 7

Chinese microblogging service Weibo has recently leaked some new information about Apple's forthcoming next-generation iPhone -- iPhone 7 -- which will likely be unveiled by the bigwig tech company in September.

The latest Weibo leak related to iPhone 7 comes within days of an earlier-this-week leak by the microblogging site which - citing an unidentified Foxconn insider - had revealed that iPhone 7 will come with a non-mechanical home button. That leak also said that iPhone 7 will not be a completely waterproof handset.

1Password launches new monthly subscription service

1Password launches new monthly subscription service

In a recently published blog post, 1Pasword -- a password manager used widely by macOS and iOS users -- has revealed that it is switching up its business model by rolling out a new monthly subscription service for consumers.

Announcing the new consumer subscription service, 1Password said that the subscription will cost $3 per month per individual. The subscription will give 1Password users the ability to access the password manger on all their devices.

Virgin Galactic Gets Spaceship License from U.S Authorities

Virgin Galactic Gets Spaceship License from U.S Authorities

Virgin Galactic, the spaceflight company within the Virgin Group, made a big leap in the race of getting tourists to space.

U.S. authorities have granted the space tourism company owned by billionaire entrepreneur Richard Branson a license by to resume testing of its rocket plane after its fatal crash in 2014.

The operator license for SpaceShipTwo granted by the Federal Aviation Administration's Office of Commercial Space Transportation will allow Virgin Galactic to start the basic groundwork for regular trips to space.

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