"Grand Theft Auto 5 Online" gets into the Christmas mood with the traditional "Festive Surprise 2016", giving players freebies and tons of game goodies.
Three new iPhones are expected in 2017 and the third high-end model will reportedly be known as the iPhone 7s Ferrari.
The battery drain issue is bugging Android devices as well, specifically the Nexus 6P tied up to the Android 7.0 Nougat update.
Niantic will reportedly offer its own wearable in the Nex + Band next month, a branding move that begs to ask the state of the Apple Watch version of "Pokemon Go".
Apple will no longer sign iOS 10.1 and 10.1.1, a move to prevent iOS device owners from downgrading from iOS 10.2. The move has been criticized since the latest OS has yet to resolve current issues such as the celebrated 30 percent battery drain.
The wait for an elusive iOS 10 jailbreak continues with Lucas Todesco and Pangu believed to be close to releasing one for the Apple Jailbreaking Community.
The MacBook Pro 2016 disappointed many but the shunned features could still come out on the specualted new batch of Apple notebooks for 2017.
Niatic has rolled out patch 0.51.0 for Pokemon Go, carrying mostly bug fixes and minor improvements. No features for the anticipated Christmas in-game event was included.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to pick up the pieces for the Korean giant, starting with improved biometric security in 2017.
Microsoft is aiming to release one of the best smartphones in 2017 with a Surface Phone pegged to rock the mobile phone market niche.
"Pokemon Go" players are awaiting the big Christmas in-game event from Niantic, something which may happen between Christmas and the New Year.
Nintendo reportedly has no plans to dish out new content for "Super Mario Run", an angle which could hamper its chances of staying atop the App Store ranks.
Apple has not turned on its desktop line and CEO Tim Cook assures that great desktops are to be expected in 2017.
Data miners are at it again, discovering codes linking a possible "Supernatural" DLC to "The Sims 4" this Christmas season.
Lucas Todesco is now in the spotlight with the Apple Jailbreaking Community curious on whether he can produce an iOS 10.1.1 jailbreak.