If a deal on a Lightning cable on Amazon seems too good to be true, it probably is. Patently Apple reports that Apple filed a $2 million trademark infringement case this week against a company called Mobile Star LLC for selling counterfeit power products under Apple’s name on Amazon — products which could put consumers at risk.
Hillary Clinton tipped the scales in her favor with a solid performance at the first debate. Donald Trump hoped to stop the bleeding in the second debate, but two days before he took the stage, the now-infamous tape leaked.
Now, with Trump losing ground in even the reddest of states, the third and final debate might be his last chance to stabilize his campaign and begin to claw back into the race. Read on to find out how you can tune in live.
Aside from Battlefield 1 and Civilization VI, the Pokemon Sun and Moon demo might be the biggest release of the week. Some persistent gamers have already datamined the demo to uncover virtually every scrap of information that Nintendo had yet to unveil, but some of the most intriguing secrets won’t unlock for days.
Everyone’s favorite group of comic book misfits is back. On Wednesday, Marvel Studios shared the first trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, the sequel to one of the more surprising smash hits of 2014. Although Marvel is calling this a “sneak peek,” it’s really more of a trailer, with a ton of footage from the movie.
Just hours after rumors began to spread that Apple would hold a MacBook launch event at the end of October, an even more exciting report was published. According to The Wall Street Journal’s sources, Apple is planning to ditch the standard QWERTY keyboard in favor of a customizable E Ink keyboard in 2018.
Although the iPhone 7 wasn’t as excited a departure as many smartphone junkies had hoped it might be, reviews proved it was still one of the best phones of the year when it launched in September. The same can’t be said of Google’s Pixel, which was raked over the coals by several prominent publications.
But if you’re more concerned about your smartphone’s camera than you are about hardware design, you might want to give the Pixel a chance.
The launch lineup of the PlayStation VR snuck up on me.
I’m not sure how it happened — I’ve been covering the device since E3 2014, back when a VR shark encounter was the best of what Sony had to offer. Two years later, I’m now finding it difficult to remember the last time a console had such a compelling collection of software on day one.
In order to illustrate this point, I thought we’d go back a few years and reexamine the launch lineups of the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Wii U.
As of last Friday, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 smartphone is officially banned from all United States airlines. Even if the phone is uncharged and turned off, you still can’t bring it on the plane with you. If you refuse to comply with the ban and bring your phone on the plane anyway, you could end up paying dearly for it.
So what are you supposed to do if you’re heading back from vacation, own a Galaxy Note 7 and don’t want to cause any trouble on your flight back?
If you own a Nintendo 3DS, chances are that you plan on downloading the Pokemon Sun and Moon demo at some point today. Before you jump in, you might want to know exactly what there is to do in the demo, so we’ve put together a guide detailing every Pokemon you can catch, battle you can participate in and item you can transfer to the full game when you get it in November.
Just hours after the special demo version of Pokemon Sun and Moon launched on the Nintendo 3DS eShop, hackers began digging through the demo’s files to see if they could find any new information that hadn’t been revealed yet.
Well, it turns out that Game Freak didn’t do a very good job of scrubbing the files, because virtually every unannounced Pokemon, including the final evolutions of the starters, has been leaked online as of Tuesday morning.
Rockstar Games has set the gaming world on fire.
After releasing two teasers images for an apparent Red Dead-related announcement earlier this week, the studio officially announced Red Dead Redemption 2 on Tuesday morning. According to the game’s new landing page, the sequel “is an epic tale of life in America’s unforgiving heartland.”
The best animated movie of the year is six minutes long.
Over the weekend, Pixar animators Andrew Coats and Lou Hamou-Lhadj shared a new short called Borrowed Time on Vimeo. Although the short features the same impressive animation quality you’ve come to expect from the studio, this isn’t a Pixar feature. Rather, it’s a passion project that the two animators have been working on in their free time for the past five years.
Despite having launched to a great deal of fanfare, Pokemon Go was anything but perfect when it rolled out on iOS and Android back in July. Of all the bugs and glitches, the issues with the nearby tracking system were the most pressing, which is why Niantic killed the feature altogether within a few weeks, promising that it would come back bigger and better than ever in the near future.
Nearly three months later, the feature is still in the works.