New Tamagotchi game coming to iOS and Android in 2018, could feature AR mode

If the word “Tamagotchi” hits you right in the nostalgia gland, we have great news for you. The biggest toy fad of the 1990s and early 2000s is making a comeback on mobile. Bandai is planning to release a new game called “My Tamagotchi Forever” for iOS and Android.
My Tamagotchi Forever will be free to play (most likely with in-app purchases) and will premiere sometime in 2018. The gaming company also released a video trailer (see below) which reveals several interesting details. 
All the basic …


GRID Autosport coming to iOS on November 27

Codemasters announced back in May the folks over at Feral Interactive will bring the popular GRID franchise to mobile devices. The studio promised to launch GRID Autosport on Android an iOS platforms sometime this fall.

Apparently, the game will be released on November 27, but only on iOS. According to Feral Interactive, GRID Autosport will arrive on iPad and iPhone complete with all add-on content an no in-app purchases.

Fans of the franchise will recognize some of the cars that will be available in the game, such as the McLaren 12C GT3, Dallara F312, Mazda …

Honor 7X, sporting the premium thin bezels look at an affordable price, is coming to the U.S.

Looking for a phone that looks like an expensive new handset with thin bezels, an 18:9 aspect ratio, but doesn’t cost an arm and a leg? Then buddy, have we got news for you. Last month we introduced you to the Honor 7X, a mid-range offering from Huawei’s sub-brand that aims to look like an expensive top shelf model. Launched in China on October 17th, word came out today that other countries are destined to receive the Honor 7X. We should be hearing more about this on December 5th.

The Honor 7X features a 5.93-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 2160. Even if you failed basic math 101, …

Some Apple iPhone X users troubled by buzzing and crackling noises coming from the earpiece

The latest issue to affect Apple iPhone X users appears to be buzzing and crackling sounds that come out of the earpiece. Word of this bug is getting passed along today, less than a week since some users posted photos of their iPhone X with a thin green line moving vertically down either the left or right edge of the display. The issue with the audio was mentioned on Twitter and Reddit, where several iPhone X users said that the buzzing or crackling sounds appear whenever the volume is cranked up to high or maximum during a phone call, while playing music or a video, or when a ringtone or alarm …

Meet the Lenovo Moto Tab, an interesting tablet coming soon to AT&T


Back in May, we told you that a brand new Motorola tablet
(featuring a Productivity Mode) could be released soon. Now, we know that the
tablet is called Lenovo* Moto Tab, and will be available in the US via AT&T.

 

While the Lenovo Moto Tab hasn’t been officially announced yet,
AT&T published a promo video – embedded above – showcasing some of its
features. The second largest US mobile carrier presents the device as a “family tablet designed for
entertainment,” as it’s got a 10.1-inch Full HD screen, plus dual speakers with
Dolby Atmos sound, and supports up to 7 customizable …

Apple HomePod manufacturer sees facial recognition eventually coming to smart speakers

The company that assembles Apple’s HomePod smart speaker, Inventec Appliances, said last week that it expects features offered by 3D-sensing cameras to eventually be available on smart speakers. That would include facial and image recognition that could make the product “more convenient and…easier to use,” according to Inventec Appliances president David Ho. The executive did say that he isn’t sure that a smart speaker with AI would be in demand by consumers.

While Ho didn’t mention Apple’s HomePod by name, he did say that Inventec Appliances is also producing a voice enabled smart speaker …

Some iPhone X owners report crackling sounds coming out of earpiece speaker

The iPhone X packs a good amount of tech that we haven’t seen on an Apple smartphone before. Cupertino’s $1,000 flagship is the first iPhone to feature an OLED display, a nearly bezel-less design, the new Face ID authentication system, and a unique gesture-based version of iOS 11.
Given the amount of new stuff present, the news of some iPhone X owners experiencing issues at launch isn’t exactly surprising. One of these issues came in the form of a green line running down the outer edge of the handset’s OLED panel. While the problem is …

Redesigned ESPN app is coming next Spring to stream live games, real time scores and more

Dah dah dah. Dah dah dah. That, ladies and Gentlemen, is the iconic ESPN Sportscenter theme. If you’re a die hard sports fan, you can hear it playing in your mind. Dah dah dah. Dah dah dah. ESPN even uses it with its app to alert users of a notification. Now, ESPN and its parent company Disney are planning on adding a streaming service next year called ESPN + that will be available from a redesigned ESPN app. Disney CEO Bob Iger says, “This one app (will offer) sports fans far more than they can get on any other app, website or channel.”

The streaming service will allow users to catch the …

Apple iPhone X is coming to Israel on November 23rd, and will hit 13 more countries on the 24th

Apple plans on releasing the iPhone X in Israel on November 23rd and in 13 additional countries on November 24th. According to Apple, its carrier partners in the specified countries will also be receiving the tenth anniversary model on launch day. This comes three weeks after the initial release of the device, which took place on November 3rd in 57 markets like the U.S., China, Germany, the U.K. and many other countries.

Before Apple started accepting pre-orders for the iPhone X on October 27th, there was concern that the company wasn’t going to be able to meet demand because of problems …

Google announces YouTube TV app for Android TV devices, coming soon to Apple TV

YouTube TV is a relatively new streaming service having been launched by Google back in April. Still, the service’s coverage has been expanded to more than a dozen cities in the United States in the last couple of months, which proves Google is committed to bringing YouTube TV to as many consumers as possible.

In that regard, the search giant announced a new YouTube TV app is now available for the big screen. The application that was initially available for smartphone, tablet, and computer, will now be accessible to Android TV owners.

In the next few days, …