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  1. PCWorld

    SurveyMonkey: Pokémon Go popularity may have already peaked
    PCWorld
    Pokémon has absolutely taken over the mobile gaming scene since its release on July 6. But if new data from SurveyMonkey is any indication, the game's popularity may already be waning. First, the good news for Nintendo and game developer Niantic: ...
    Pokémon Go: How to keep your kids and your data safeUSA TODAY
    'Pokémon GO' Shattered App Store Records, But It's Already Declining In USTech Times
    As Pokémon Go's servers begin to stabilize, Pokémon Trainer Club users still sufferPolygon
    Mashable -Cinema Blend -Network World -Local 10
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  2. ComingSoon.net

    SEGA Reveals Two New Sonic Games Coming in 2017
    ComingSoon.net
    Sonic celebrated his 25th anniversary at a sold out event on Friday evening during San Diego Comic-Con held at the House of Blues. Today, SEGA revealed two new Sonic games: Sonic Mania and an untitled original game for release on consoles and PC in ...
    Sonic Mania could be the Blue Blur's return to formDigital Trends
    SEGA Has Two Sonic Games in Production, Check Out Debut Trailers for BothPlayStation LifeStyle
    Sonic Is Going Back To A 2D Plane With Sonic ManiaBleeding Cool News
    Tech Times -Attack of the Fanboy -International Business Times -Game Rant
    all 138 news articles »

  3. Engadget

    Cyanogen reportedly cuts jobs as it changes course
    Engadget
    The Cyanogen team formed a company with hopes of becoming the third major mobile platform, but it looks like the custom Android developer is scaling back its ambitions. Sources speaking to both Android Police and Recode claim that Cyanogen is making ...
    Cyanogen OS Future Bleak Amid Massive Layoffs: 20 Percent Of Staff Reportedly FiredTech Times
    Cyanogen Inc. reportedly fires OS development arm, switches to appsArs Technica
    Report: Cyanogen Lays Off Workers, Switching Strategy to AppsPC Magazine
    SlashGear -Android Headlines -ZDNet -BetaNews
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  4. Mashable

    Leaked video reveals lightning fast Samsung Galaxy Note 7 eye scanner
    Mashable
    In a video posted to YouTube (and originally published on China's Weibo), we can see the phone detect a person's eyes and then instantly unlock the screen. SEE ALSO: See the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in all its glory. I had to rewatch it a couple of times ...
    Are you already planning on buying Samsung's Galaxy Note 7?PhoneDog
    Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Leaked Renders Show Phablet Front, Back And Sides In Three Color OptionsTech Times
    New in our buyer's guide: All the phones (just the good ones)Engadget
    Phone Arena -Android Headlines -Forbes -Vine Report
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  5. Mashable

    Redbox is testing a new streaming service because that's the cool thing to do
    Mashable
    Sandra Burgess returns a DVD movie to a RedBox rental Machine at a McDonald's April 26, 2006 in Provo, Utah. Image: Getty Images. 2016%2f06%2f29%2fe5%2fhttpsd2mhye01h4nj2n.cloudfront.netmediazgkymde1lzew.0c0ef By Saba Hamedy 19 hours ...
    Redbox is giving streaming another shotTechCrunch
    RedBox Makes Another Attempt to Enter the Streaming IndustryTech News Today
    Redbox Makes Streaming Comeback With Launch Of New Digital Rental ServiceTech Times
    UPROXX -PC Magazine -TechHive -A.V. Club (blog)
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  6. Engadget

    Google Play starts showing apps' actual download sizes
    Engadget
    Google Play now displays the actual storage space a whole app or an upgrade will take up, so you don't accidentally download anything too big. If an update is only 2.91MB, it will show that exact figure right there in each app's detail box. That will ...
    New Play Store tools help developers shrink the size of app updatesAndroid Police
    Google Play's New Algorithm Aims for Smaller App UpdatesAndroid Headlines
    Google Play's new delta algorithm reduces size of Android app updatesVentureBeat
    9 to 5 Google -BetaNews -Ubergizmo -Neurogadget
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  7. WTSP.com

    Love Pokémon Go? Here are 5 more cool augmented reality apps
    WTSP.com
    Ayatoplays the Pokemon Go game on his smartphone in Tokyo July 22, 2016. (Photo: Tomohiro Ohsumi, Getty Images). CONNECT TWEET PINTEREST. In case you've been living under an old Nintendo 3DS, you no doubt know about the Pokémon Go ...
    Catch 'em all for longer: Quick tips to reduce Pokémon Go battery drainZDNet
    Now Is the Best Time to Get Back into 'Pokemon'Inverse
    Analyst says: Pokemon GO will expand the AR marketWRAL Tech Wire
    Samaa Tv (registration) (blog)
    all 5 news articles »

  8. Forbes

    Week Ahead On Wall Street: Tech Earnings Pour In, Fed Goes Through The Motions
    Forbes
    Investors are gearing up for a big week on Wall Street. Some of the biggest tech companies in the world — Facebook FB +0.32%, Amazon, Google GOOGL +0.66% parent Alphabet and Apple AAPL -0.74% — are out with quarterly results in the coming days.
    Investing Action Plan: 5 Top Stocks Near Buys; AAPL, FB, AMZN, MCDInvestor's Business Daily
    Silicon Valley leads avalanche of quarterly reportsBusiness Insider
    Apple Ranks As World's Top Company In 'Perception Strength' For 2016: FutureBrand IndexTech Times
    AppleInsider (press release) (blog) -Mac Rumors -CNNMoney -ETF Daily News
    all 30 news articles »

  9. Tech Times

    Stagefright-Like iOS, OS X Vulnerabilities Allow Remote Code Execution: Update Now
    Tech Times
    Cisco published details about a security vulnerability that might have affected Apple users on all platforms. The liability was patched, but the OEM encourages owners of its devices to update urgently. ( William Iven | Pixabay ). Advertisement. Apple ...
    Here's how to quickly and simply update all your Apple devicesZDNet
    Update ASAP! Apple Patches Serious Remote Code Execution Vulnerability In iDevices And MacsHot Hardware
    iPhones and Macs may be at risk due to iMessage video - CNETCNET
    9 to 5 Mac -Wall Street Journal -PC Magazine -Engadget
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  10. CBC.ca

    Pokemon No: All the ways you shouldn't play the latest app craze
    CNET
    Some people scraped their knees or sprained their ankles. Others smacked into revolving doors, crashed their cars or accidentally walked off cliffs. Some people even ventured into old minefields -- the real-life kind that can literally blow you up. No ...
    Make Money, Get New Customers Now Thanks to Pokemon GoSmall Business Trends
    8 Hacks For Catching More Pokemon In “Pokemon Go”Bustle
    Column: Hurling Poke-ballsStar Local Media
    Nasdaq -Gamenguide -CBC.ca -Victoria Advocate
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