EA announces Command & Conquer: Rivals for Android and iOS, alpha version playable

Electronic Arts made a surprising announcement earlier today during its E3 2018 press conference – a new Command & Conquer game will soon be available on Android and iOS devices.

Dubbed Rivals, the game will be launched on both the Android and iOS platforms this year. EA’s Command & Conquer: Rivals wants to be the successor of the beloved RTS (real-time strategy) franchise but is, in fact, a competitive real-time strategy game.

In Command & Conquer: Rivals, players choose a Commander to lead their forces, each with his own abilities that can influence the gameplay style. …

Nintendo announces new Pokemon Quest action RPG for Android and iOS

Nintendo is trying to attract new players into the Pokemon universe, and what better way to do that other than launching a new game. Pokemon Quest is an action RPG (role-playing game) where players control a team of cube-shaped Pokemon, Minecraft-style, in search of treasure on Tumblecube Island.

Developer Game Freak promises easy-to-use controls and “a completely new way to play Pokemon.” Also, players will be able to use the items they get from expeditions to befriend more Pokemon or make their own Pokemon stronger.

In the end, it’s the power of the whole team that counts, so you’ll …

BlackBerry announces first BBM Desktop beta coming soon to Android users

After trying its hand at BBM Desktop in the latest BlackBerry Messenger beta releases, the Canadian company plans to launch a more stable version in the not so distant future. In a post on its website, BlackBerry thoroughly explains what BBM users will get in the next update, and the highlight is BBM Desktop beta.

First off, not everyone will get the BBM Desktop beta, but those who do will see its icon in the Me tab. This first beta version of BBM Desktop will allow users to execute some actions like search, view and find various stuff:

Choose to view all their chats in a list or …

Warren Buffet announces plans to purchase more Apple stock

Warren Buffet has confirmed his plans to continue purchasing Apple stock. The successful investor recently purchased a huge 75 million Apple shares via his company Berkshire Hathaway. And now, shortly after Apple also announced a share buyback plan, Warren Buffet has confirmed his intention to purchase even more Apple stock.

Berkshire Hathaway currently owns over 240 million shares in Apple, which equates to roughly 5% of the iPhone giant and makes it the third-largest Apple stockholder. Despite this, however, any further increases in ownership will only happen if Apple’s shares go down …

HULU announces downloadable content, 20 million subscribers and more

Hulu has issued a press release to coincide with its event in Madison Square Garden today. The company has announced that it has hit 20 million subscribers in the U.S. and growth in other areas as well. Hulu stated its total engagement has risen 60 percent. It also noted that 78 percent of its customers view content on connected TVs at home. This displays the serious competition the company is creating for cable companies and other traditional forms of media. hulu is also expanding its original series lineup, announcing Four Weddings and a Funeral as well as Ramy. The streaming service also …

Instagram announces Spotify and GoPro support, video chats, more coming to its app

Instagram announced at F8, the Facebook annual developer conference, new changes to its app that are meant to improve the user experience. Aside from new ways to share Stories, Instagram introduces the ability to design camera effects, video chats, and a redesigned Explore tab.

Starting with the latest version of Instagram, users will be able to directly to Stories from other apps like Spotify and GoPro. You’ll be able to share a sticker of your favorite song on Spotify or action shots from GoPro, but more apps will be added to the sharing to Stories feature in the future.

In order …

Microsoft announces loads of new features for Outlook mobile

Outlook mobile is getting new features and improvements in May and June, Microsoft announced recently. The changes are different for each of the two mobile platforms, Android and iOS, which Microsoft plans to update.

First off, let’s highlight some of the new features that have already been added to Outlook Calendar and Mail. Well, it looks like iOS users will get the option that will allow them to reserve a meeting room from their mobile device with just a tap, thanks to a new location feature that pops up when a calendar event is created.

Outlook Mail has …

Jam City announces new Wild Things: Animal Adventure mobile game, pre-registration open

Jam City, the folks that brought us the new Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery Android/iOS game this week, have just announced their new mobile game, Wild Things: Animal Adventure.

The game will be launched on both the Android and iOS platforms, but for now, gamers can pre-register to receive updates and information about the upcoming mobile title, as well as a special bonus when Wild Things: Animal Adventure launches later this year.

The game enables players to take the adventure of their lives while rebuilding the animal’s natural habitats, which have fallen into disrepair. You’ll earn …

PayPal announces support for Samsung Pay starts rolling out today

Earlier this month, we reported that some Samsung users noticed they can use PayPal as a payment option wherever Samsung Pay is accepted. Today, PayPal confirmed it has begun rolling out the ability to use its service within Samsung Pay and make purchases at the retailers that accept Samsung Pay.

In order to benefit from the new feature, you’ll have to load your PayPal account with the debit card or bank account found in your PayPal Wallet for use in-store. Using the payment service will also reward you with Samsung Reward points.

Here is what you must do to create a PayPal top-up …

Uber announces new app for drivers

It has been two years since Uber last redesigned its driver app. The company and its drivers have made a lot of headlines since then. Well, Uber is announcing they are going to begin focusing on its drivers again and the beginning of that is a new app. It recognized that drivers are what make the company possible and that much of how the drivers interact with the company is through its app. The new app was built from the ground up with driver feedback. Drivers were contacted in a variety of ways and asked what features they would most like to see. Uber also released a beta version of the app, …