Samsung’s New App Could Make Live Game Streaming a Breeze

I have recently posted about Facebook’s live stream feature and upcoming original and exclusive programming. Videos and live streams are all the rage as of late, with Twitter and Amazon also thinking about ways they can add more generous video features to their list of services. So it isn’t surprising to learn that Samsung wants …

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Microsoft’s “Seeing AI” App Could Be a Game Changer for the Visually Impaired

On Wednesday, Microsoft released its Seeing AI app for iOs users. Intended for the blind and visually impaired, the app uses the iPhone or iPad camera to help them identify objects, products and even people that have previously been added to its database. It can also read text, scan bar codes and detect emotions on …

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Pokémon Go Raids Are Finally Here, But You May Be Disappointed

The long-awaited Raid Battles feature was finally released a couple of days ago, but already some obvious flaws have surfaced. Initially, only Pokémon Go players level 35 and over could take part in the battles – which means not a whole lot of players got to enjoy the update. Throughout the day, however, those levels were …

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SEGA is Bringing Back its Classic Games – On Mobile Devices

SEGA has announced that its new collection, SEGA Forever, will feature the quintessential classic games we love in new formats intended for mobile devices. The collection will be free for all users; to generate revenue, SEGA Forever will contain ads, but you can do away with those by making a single $1.99 payment. You’ll even …

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