Niantic has releases the updates "Pokemon Go" nearby tracking to other regions like Europe and the US, a sign of the feature being released to more regions in the coming months.
A more powerful iMac could debut in 2017, possibly sporting a server-grade Intel Xeon processor made for the 27-inch all-in-one variant from Apple.
The iPhone 8 could be debuting alongside the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, the lone new flagship from the Cupertino company in 2017.
Bethesda is currently focusing on "The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition" with focus yet to start on "The Elder Scrolls 6".
Niantic will be adding a batch transfer feature to Professor Willow on "Pokemon Go", something that should be included on update 1.19.1 for iOS or 0.49.1 on Android devices.
Grand Theft Auto 5 Import/Export DLC is slated to be released on Dec. 13, giving GTA gamers new things to do just in time for the Christmas season.
Apple awaits the alleged iOS 10 jailbreak, Pangu's alleged breakthrough for the Apple Jailbreaking community.
Apple has pinned the blame on the buggy graphics rendering of the MacBook Pro 2016 to firmware. A fix is expected with the macOS Sierra 10.12.2. once publicly released.
New revelations have been unraveled on “Five Night’s at Freddy’s: Sister Location” and this had something to do with possibly two Purple guys and Mike actually being “Springtrap”.
Samsung is still reeling from the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 debacle but that may not be enough for them to shelve the entire Samsung Galaxy Note line. A Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is still expected to 2017 and it may very well debut in August as usual.
Aside from improved security breaches, most are waiting if the next version will also come with a fix for the dreaded battery drain issue plaguing the iPhone 6s.
The Undertaker was spotted at WWE Raw in Austin, Texas though the word out is that he was carrying a limp likely a result of his recent hip surgery.
“The Sims 4” gets another paid DLC pack in “Vintage Glamour Stuff”, filled with new items that should keep life-simulation players busy for the holidays.
Niantic has been busy applying updates to improve “Pokemon Go” though not all have drawn a thumbs up. One has to do with Pokemon Gym training and the word out is that garnering prestige was recently reverted to the previous version.
Niantic and Starbucks have partnered to offer something different to "Pokemon Go" players, including a special drink called, "Pokemon Go" Frapuccino.