Author: Alfredo Dizon

Animal Crossing is setting up camp on iOS and Android with a brand new mobile game from Nintendo

After teasing the world more than a year ago with vague ideas of their mobile plans, Nintendo revealed this week that Animal Crossing, the popular cutesy life simulation game, is coming to iOS and Android this November. I always get excited about a new Animal Crossing game, and this new free-to-play spin on the familiar Animal Crossing formula has a lot to get excited about. Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is Nintendo’s fourth mobile game after Miitomo, Super Mario Run, and Fire Emblem Heroes, and it’s probably the most suitable game for the platform. Some could say that Animal Crossing,...

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The Analogue Super Nt is the premium 90s retro gaming system

I was lucky enough to grab the much sought-after SNES Classic a couple of weeks ago, and it’s a cool little device for playing a small selection of Super Nintendo games on an HDTV. However, I’m prepared to take 90s gaming to the next level. I’m talking 16-bit games at 1080p and full compatibility with every game in the SNES library. The retro gaming specialists at Analogue, Inc are providing just that: classic gaming on modern setups with no compromises. It’s the premium throwback console, the Analogue Super Nt. Many Super Nintendo clones have been released over the years,...

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Amazon introduces their first waterproof Kindle e-book reader

E-ink displays continue to fascinate me. With how they replicate the look of paper, they’re perfect for outdoor reading, since the sun won’t cause any glare on the screen, unlike a cell phone, which is basically impossible to read in the sunlight. However, there was one element of nature that e-readers don’t tend to fair well with: water. If you wanted to take a Kindle out to the beach or the pool, you’d have to toss it in a Ziploc bag, which isn’t the most elegant solution. Now it’s time to throw that Ziploc bag away. It’s taken 9...

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Google welcomes the Pixel 2 smartphone and friends to the Google family

Google welcomes the Pixel 2 smartphone and friends to the Google family Google hosted an event for their new Pixel 2 phone this week, but the phone did not show up alone. New members of the Google family now include 2 new smartphones, 2 smart speakers, a premium Chrome laptop, an upgraded mobile VR headset, wireless headphones, and a weird mini camera. If there ever was a sitcom starring a family of consumer electronics, this would be quite the cast. Google has mainly been known for their software and online services, and they seem to be using their clout...

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Amazon’s surprise Echo announcement unveil Echos upon Echos

It’s almost getting tiresome to write about yet another new product from Amazon, but they really want to get Alexa into your house in one way or another. So, to do that, they’ll just churn even more versions of the Amazon Echo, and eventually one of them will end up in your household, right? At a surprise event this week, Amazon unveiled 5 new Echo products: a 2nd generation upgrade, a bigger one with a built-in smart hub, a fancy alarm clock, one that connects to a landline phone, and a one-button game controller. Oh, and there’s also a...

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