First of the 4th generation pokemon are now available in Pokemon GO

A sort of surprise! It has been a few days since files neccessary for the update appeared in game’s Android version files, but nobody expected that it will come out that fast. Well, it did, and both Android and iPhone players can now enjoy catching new pokemon. Some of them, at least: update will come out in portions. Some of the new monsters available now are Bidoof, Turtwig, Chimchar and Buneary. Niantic has also implemented new CP-counting algorithms, but these were undone almsost immediately. We can expect them to be brought back in any day.Trailer of the 4th gen update can be ...

Oh, right, another grand theft data. This time it was Pentagon that got robbed

This type of thing should really move us more, but I am afraid that we have recently been oversaturated with groundbreaking news of various leaks, e-robberies and other Internet mischief. Now we are simply jaded and largely indifferent to most of them. Anyway, back to the point: two days ago the press has been informed that personal data of 30 thousand of Pentagon employees have been stolen. The leak has been caused by, reportedly, negligence of one of Pentagon’s subcontractors in setting up proper protection for the network it was using. We do not know which subcontractor is that. ...

Razer Phone 2 is coming to the US on October 22nd

Device has been available for pre-order ever since October 11th, but only today do we learn its final release date – October 22nd, next Monday. Its price is $799, with free shipment that will take two to four days. Device’s specs are available in the hyperlink above: among other points, Razer Phone 2 has a Snapdragon 845 CPU, 8GB RAM, Sony camera setup and a 120Hz display. Tweet Vote on HN ...

Samsung Galaxy S9 Android Pie beta program will launch in the US soon

As first reported by XDA, Samsung has recently updated the EULA and FAQ pages for its US beta firmware program. This can be understood as the company’s preparation for launching a 9 Pie beta for the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ smartphones. There is no info on the data of program’s launch; if last year’s Galaxy S8 & S8+ example is to be followed, the beta will launch sometime around November. Those of you who own Galaxy S9 or S9+ can sign up for the program through the Samsung Plus app. Decide quickly, though, as only the first ten thousand volunteers will be admitted ...

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds have been downloaded over 100 million times from the Play Store

Now that is a kind of a milestone many games can only wish they could reach. If anyone ever doubted PUBG’s popularity, do so no more, as the game has been downloaded from Play Store over a hundred million times. Oh, by the way: Play Store does not count downloads made from China, and since PUBG is very popular there as well, the real number is certainly much higher. Tweet Vote on HN ...

Huawei Honor 8X out in India on October 24th

Honor 8X is out, and slowly reaching one market after another. In eight days, on October 24th, it will become available in India. Device will be sold by Amazon.in as well as from the www.hihonor.com/in website, where it will cost 14,999 rupees for the 4GB + 64GB variant, 16,999 rupees for the 6GB + 64GB variant and 18,999 rupees for 6GB + 128GB variant.– Android 8.1 Oreo operating system,– 6.5-inch display, notch, 19:5:9 aspect ratio, 2.340 x 1.080 resolution,– Kirin 710 chipset,– 6GB of RAM, 128GB storage,– 3750mAh battery,– 20mpx + 2mpx dual camera, ...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 leaks specs and a big screen

Yay, first Galaxy Note 10 rumours! A report from one Ice universe brings us a whole bunch of news regarding Samsung’s upcoming smartphone. According to the man’s Twitter posts, Galaxy Note 10 will:– not have a headphone jack. Either it or Galaxy S11,– have a large 6.66′ Infinity display, which would be even bigger than iPhone Xs Max’s 6.5′. Its screen ratio will be 19:9 or 19.5:9,– have a bezel thinner than its predecessors, may completely lack the bottom bezel,– probably not have a notch.Ice universe has a decent reputation, so the ...

Messenger will soon allow us to delete sent messages

Today is good news for everyone who ever happened to send a regretful Messenger text. Facebook Messenger, one of the most often used text communicators in the world, works on a feature that will allow us to delete sent messages. Message deleted – we do not know if there is a limited time window for deleting it – will be become invisible for both the sender and, most importantly, the receiver. This feature, called Unsend, is already available for some users, but only as a test run.Phew. Finally I will be able to relax when I accidentally send messages to my boss instead of my ...

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