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How to add and remove apps on your Apple Watch

You can add new apps to an Apple Watch using a few different methods on your iPhone. An Apple Watch comes pre-loaded with basic apps, just like an iPhone. Install new apps on your Apple Watch by using the iPhone Watch app and tapping "Install" on Available Apps already on your iPhone, or by browsing the Watch App Store. You can remove third-party apps directly on Apple Watch or on the Watch app. When you're trying to get the best use out of your Apple Watch, it's all about the apps. Like ...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Nintendo, Apple Watch, App Store, New York Times CNN, Watch App Store


The creators of 'Fortnite' now have more than 85 million people using their store to buy games on PC

Epic Games, the company behind 'Fortnite,' has welcomed more than 85 million users to its PC gaming store since December 2018. Much of that success can be credited to "Fortnite." Since July 2017, a total of 250 million players have played "Fortnite" on PC, video game consoles, and smartphones. Steam, the most popular platform for PC games, has 90 million monthly users and 47 million active players each day. The success of "Fortnite" has helped the game's creators carve out a major stake in th...
Tags: Google, Google Play Store, Trends, Epic, Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Fortnite, Xbox One Nintendo, Epic Games Store, Epic Games Store Epic


The Three Things Google Stadia Needs to Conquer the Gaming Industry

Google Yesterday Google announced its long-anticipated streaming game platform, Stadia. In the news post we called it an “invasion” of gaming: this combination platform and delivery service has the potential to compete with consoles, PCs, and mobile games, all at once. Google’s ambition is huge, but it’s appropriate to the task. The game industry as we know it is stagnating in terms of innovation, but its biggest corporate players are well-entrenched and experienced. If Stadia is to compet...
Tags: Chrome, Google, Amazon, Crafts, Verizon, Microsoft, EA, Sony, Nvidia, Nintendo, Ubisoft, GDC, Havok, Raymond, Sony Microsoft, Jade Raymond


AMD's CEO was at Google's big streaming video-game unveiling, and it may hint big plans for the future (AMD, GOOG)

AMD's graphics processing unit was chosen to run Google's new streaming-video-game platform.  The presence of AMD CEO Lisa Su at Tuesday's developer's conference could be a sign the two companies will work more closely in the future.  Watch AMD trade live. AMD was the biggest winner on Tuesday, spiking 12%, after Google unveiled Stadia, its plan to upend the video-game industry.  At its developer's conference on Tuesday, Google formally announced that it would use AMD's graphics processing u...
Tags: Google, Trends, Intel, Sony, Nintendo, Amd, Gpu, Lisa Su, Ihor Dusaniwsky, S3 Partners, AMD Epyc, Mark Lapacis


Nintendo, Sony Fall After Google Unveils a Gaming Service

Nintendo dropped as much as 4.6 percent and Sony declined 4.5 percent Wednesday, the biggest intraday drop for both stocks in six weeks. Stadia lets developers put games on a streaming platform that will allow players to access the action through the web, skipping expensive consoles or personal computers, Google announced at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco.
Tags: Google, Science, Sony, Nintendo, Nintendo Sony Fall After Google, Gaming Service


I tried Stadia, Google's big play to conquer video games. It's really promising, but there's still too much we don't know. (GOOG, GOOGL)

I got to try Google Stadia, its new video game streaming service that promises to use the cloud to deliver games to almost any device with a screen — including laptops, tablets, smartphones, and TVs. In the short demo, I got to try "Assassin's Creed Odyssey," streaming via Stadia to a Google Pixelbook laptop.  It played well, and the graphics looked very nice, but once you notice the little bit of input lag, it's hard to un-notice it. The problem is that it's hard to tell, in a short demo like...
Tags: Google, Trends, Netflix, Logitech, Nintendo, Assassin, Instead Google, Google Cloud, Google Pixelbook, Creed Odyssey, Google Stadia, Stadia Google, Michael Higham, Doom Eternal Google


Google just unveiled Stadia, its ambitious attempt to upend the video game industry and take on Xbox and PlayStation. Here's everything we know (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google just announced a huge new gaming initiative: A Netflix-like video game streaming platform named Stadia. The service is intended to run high-resolution, blockbuster games on any device that runs Google's Chrome — from smartphones to computers to TVs and tablets. Alongside the announcement of Stadia itself, Google unveiled a new controller and a new game development studio. After years of rumors and speculation, Google officially detailed its plans to enter the video game business on Tue...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Trends, Netflix, Sony, Nintendo, Tokyo, Sundar Pichai, Microsoft Sony, Instead Google, Phil Harrison


The 9 biggest questions about Google’s Stadia game streaming service

is an impressive piece of engineering to be sure: Delivering high definition, high framerate, low latency video to devices like tablets and phones is an accomplishment in itself. But the game streaming services faces serious challenges if it wants to compete with the likes of Xbox and PlayStation, or even plain old PCs and smartphones. Here are our nine biggest questions about what the service will be and how it’ll work. 1. What’s the game selection like? We saw Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey (a ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, TC, Gadgets, Mobile, Gaming, Hardware, Microsoft, Youtube, Tech, List, Nintendo, Super Mario Bros, Game Streaming, Ubisoft


Google’s Stadia Streaming Platform is an All-Out Invasion of Gaming

Stadia is Google’s new all-streaming game platform. Google Today the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, Google showed off its brand new game streaming service. Stadia (as in the Latin plural of “stadium”) will be available everywhere that Chrome is: PCs, phones, tablets, and televisions, with current hardware. Google gave us a preview of its system with Project Stream last year. But Stadia is built from the ground up for both streaming and sharing. The service will stream games at ...
Tags: Google, Crafts, Europe, UK, Youtube, San Francisco, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Gpu, Bethesda, US Canada, Google Google, Sony Microsoft, Phil Harrison, Jade Raymond, Stadia Games and Entertainment


Google finally unveils its video game platform: Stadia

Google officially unveiled its first major video game initiative on Tuesday. It's called "Stadia," and it's a video game streaming service as a platform. Google says its central goal with Stadia is to make gaming accessible for as many people as possible. Google unveiled a major new gaming initiative on Tuesday, named "Stadia." The service is built on Google's cloud network, and enables Netflix-like streamed video games to be played on various Chrome-powered devices: Chrome web browsers, Chro...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Trends, Netflix, Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Sundar Pichai, Chromecast Google, Phil Harrison


Google is making a new controller for its video game streaming service, and it can actually help you beat tricky levels (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google unveiled a new controller for its Stadia gaming service on Tuesday, which connects to Google's data centers and pairs with whichever device the game is being played on. The controller also includes a button for the Google Assistant, which makes it possible to ask for tips when playing a difficult level without having to reach for your phone or laptop. The controller was announced alongside Google's Stadia gaming service, which is powered by the company's data centers and is designed to ...
Tags: Google, Trends, Nintendo, Louis Vuitton, Microsoft Sony


Daily Deals: The Brand New iPad Air for $475, Heavily Discounted Laptops, Games, and More

Massgenie, Best Buy, Dell Need a new laptop, TV, gaming chair, or Nintendo Switch? Maybe you want the new iPad Air at a discount? Now’s a great time to drop a few dollars on some killer deals. There are some wild deals floating around today, from Dell’s Small Business Sale to the Totalwireless $87 iPhone 6S. But the strangest deal might be the discounted 64GB iPad Air from Best Buy. We’re talking about the brand new iPad Air, the one that won’t come out until March 26th. This new iPad Air, ...
Tags: Amazon, Crafts, Nordstrom, Samsung, Ikea, Nintendo, Dell, Lg, Mario Kart, Lenovo, Sony Xperia, Deluxe, Dell Vostro, Nintendo Switch, Massgenie Best Buy Dell, Anker Soundcore Wireless Earbuds


Google's ambitious plan to push into video games is about to be unveiled this week: Here's what we're expecting (GOOG, GOOGL)

Google is one day away from unveiling its big push into video games. The initiative assuredly involves Google's Netflix-like video game streaming service, Project Stream. Reports point to Google making a game console as well, though it's not clear how powerful it will be. Google is about to make a major push into the world of video games. Unlike gaming heavyweights Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft, Google isn't likely to create a device that powers games. Instead, the company's focus seems to be...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Trends, Netflix, Sony, Nintendo, Ubisoft, Kotaku, Assassin, Microsoft Google, Rayman, Nintendo Sony, Creed Odyssey, Project Stream Reports


Nintendo Switch controllers will soon be compatible with Google Chrome

Nintendo Switch controllers will soon be supported by Google Chrome, according to a new commit spotted by 9to5Google. The code is likely related to Google's Project Stream game streaming service. The post Nintendo Switch controllers will soon be compatible with Google Chrome appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google Chrome, Google, Gaming, News, Trends, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch


Nintendo Switch TV

Flat panel 65 inch television styled to look like giant Nintendo Switch video game console. Giant Nintendo Switch TV created by Suprman9 for his “Nerdvana” room. Also check out: Super Mario Sweater Vest
Tags: Design, Tech, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch TV, Giant Nintendo


Microsoft is on the verge of announcing a new Xbox — here are 5 crucial components it needs to compete with Sony's huge lead (MSFT)

Rumors point to Microsoft detailing the next Xbox later this year, potentially during the annual E3 trade show in June. Microsoft started talking about its next line of consoles in June 2018, and it looks like the next Xbox may launch before the next PlayStation. These are the key factors that could determine Microsoft's success with the next console. Get ready to say goodbye to the Xbox One — Microsoft is on the verge of a new generation of video game consoles.  The big rumor going around is...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Halo, Trends, Sony, Nintendo, Phil Spencer, Nintendo Wii U


Why is Google adding Nintendo controller support to Chrome?

Google is apparently working to improve native support for Nintendo‘s Switch controllers within Chrome. Could this be a sign of things to come for Project Stream? A recently discovered commit in Google‘s Chromium Gerrit page proposes to “improve support for Nintendo Switch gamepads.” First spotted by 9to5Google and Owen Williams, it would improve support for Switch Pro controllers (which are currently supported on Linux) and give support for Joy-Con, either through Bluetooth or through a chargin...
Tags: Google, Startups, Gaming, Nintendo, Owen Williams


Microsoft Announces Xbox Live For Any iOS Or Android Game

Microsoft is bringing its Xbox Live network to iOS and Android devices. "The software giant is launching a new cross-platform mobile software development kit (SDK) for game developers to bring Xbox Live functionality to games that run on iOS and Android," reports The Verge. "Xbox Live features like achievements, Gamerscore, hero stats, friend lists, clubs, and even some family settings will all be available on iOS and Android." From the report: It's all part of a bigger push from Microsoft to ma...
Tags: Microsoft, Tech, Sony, Nintendo, Sdk, Microsoft Studios, Choudhry Phil -LSB- Spencer


The best GPS bike computers you can buy

Insider Picks writes about products and services to help you navigate when shopping online. Insider Inc. receives a commission from our affiliate partners when you buy through our links, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. A bike computer with GPS can be an invaluable training tool and an even more useful navigation tool. Modern bike computers gather all kinds of location and training data for amusement and analysis. After testing many bike computers...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, La, Trends, Nintendo, Garmin, Sigma, Strava, Micro Usb, SRM, Wahoo, Lezyne, Sigma Rox, Elemnt Bolt, Insider Inc, Wahoo Elemnt Bolt


Apple's iCloud is back to normal after experiencing technical problems with some of its services (AAPL)

Apple's iCloud service experienced an issue that prevented some users from accessing services like iCloud Drive and Find My iPhone. The outage came just after Facebook suffered one of its worst technical outages on Wednesday.  Apple's iCloud service is back to normal after it suffered an outage that affected several products on Thursday, making it the latest tech company to experience a high-profile outage this week. Apple's iCloud status web page indicates the issue persisted between 11 a.m....
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Nintendo, Aapl, Business Insider Apple


Microsoft launches Game Stack, brings Xbox Live to Android and iOS

Microsoft today announced a new initiative that combines all of the company’s gaming-related products for developers like Xbox Live, Azure PlayFab, Direct X, Mixer, Virtual Studio, Simplygon and Azure under a single umbrella. That umbrella, Microsoft Game Stack, is meant to give game developers, no matter whether they are at a AAA studio or working solo, all the tools they need to develop and then operate their games across devices and platforms. “Game Stack brings together our game development ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Gaming, Cloud, Microsoft, Developer, Azure, Tech, Xbox, Nintendo, Sdk, Xbox Live, Mixer, Kareem Choudhry, PlayFab, Simplygon


Uber is talking to Softbank and Toyota about a $1 billion investment in its self-driving car business

Softbank's Vision Fund and Toyota are in late stage talks to invest $1 billion into the ride-hailing giant's self-driving car unit, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.  The deal would value the self-driving car portion of Uber as a business worth $5 billion to $10 billion. An unspecified major automaker is also in the consortium with Softbank discussing the investment.  Uber is in "late stage talks" with SoftBank and Toyota about a $1 billion or more investment into its self-dri...
Tags: Google, Uber, Softbank, Trends, General Motors, Arizona, Nintendo, Toyota, Wall Street Journal, WSJ, Reuters, Waymo, Uber s Advanced Technologies Group, An Uber, Uber Reuters, Softbank Toyota


What We're Reading ~ 3/13/19

The Misbehavior of Markets: A Fractal View of Financial Turbulence [Benoit Mandelbrot]Transcript of interview with Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell [60 Minutes]Status as a service [Eugene Wei]The four fundamental skills of all investing [Collaborative Fund]The perils of investing idol worship: The Kraft Heinz lessons [Aswath Damodaran]A pitch on Nintendo [HardcoreValue]A pitch on Molson Coors [Elevation Capital]A look at the [Yet Another Value Blog]A look at HSBC [UK Value Investor] How int...
Tags: Google, Finance, Manchester United, Hsbc, Nintendo, Goog, Federal Reserve, EXPE, Bill Gurley, Wynd, What We're Reading, Tap, Manu, Kraft Heinz, HGV, Benoit Mandelbrot


Daily News Roundup: DirectX for Win7, Android Q Beta, and More

In today’s headlines, we saw Microsoft bring DirectX 12 to Windows 7, Google potentially can some of its hardware business, and LG show off a Keurig for ice cream. Not gonna lie, that last thing sounds pretty amazing. Note: We’ll keep updating this post throughout the day as more news hits the wire! Microsoft and Windows News A little bit of this, and a little bit of that. You know, just Microsoft things. You can now check your Xbox controller’s battery from the Game Bar. That’s cool, I thin...
Tags: Google, Crafts, Verizon, Hbo, Microsoft, Minneapolis, Chicago, Nintendo, Lg, Waze, Gizmodo, Garmin, Engadget, Carmen Sandiego, Android News Google, Apple Music on Amazon


Here's why Spotify is declaring war on Apple and not Google (AAPL)

Spotify wants Europe's competition watchdog to examine Apple for the way it runs the App Store. Spotify has complained that the App Store's 30% tax on in-app subscriptions makes it less competitive than Apple's own streaming service, Apple Music. But the obvious question is why Spotify isn't also going after Google, which also charges a levy for apps on its app store and has a music streaming service. The problem boils down to the fact that Apple won't allow Spotify to advertise that subscript...
Tags: Apple, Google, Spotify, Europe, Trends, Nintendo, App Store, Daniel Ek, Spotify Apple, Apple Spotify, Google AAPL, App Store Spotify


nanoloop reborn as standalone, Game Boy-inspired groovebox

nanoloop, beginning life as a Game Boy cartridge, helped ignite a craze in chip music by intuitively combining sequencing and sound. Now, its creator wants to make his own hardware. And — while I hope you read what I have to say, you almost don’t need to do anything other than watch this tantalizing demo: It’s really hard to describe nanoloop just in terms of specs. The music tool has seen iterations on original Game Boy plus Game Boy Advance generation, in addition to iOS and Android apps...
Tags: Mobile, Music, Hardware, Tech, Gear, Kickstarter, Nintendo, AAA, Oliver, Fm, Sequencers, Awesomeness, Synths, Music Tech, Game Boy Advance, Crowd-funding


I switched to Android after more than a decade with the iPhone, and retro gaming has all but ensured I'll never go back

I've been a diehard Apple user for as long as I can remember, and, up until recently, I exclusively used iPhones since shortly after the first one came out in 2007. Last November, I decided to retire my iPhone 6S and, after much deliberation, decided to give the well-reviewed OnePlus 6T and Google's Android operating system a try. I wrote about my positive experience switching to Android at the time and received dozens of e-mails from Android users telling me to wait until I realized what havi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Steve Jobs, Trends, Nintendo, Tokyo, Zelda, Antonio Villas Boas, Zelda Breath


Today’s top deals: $20 off the hottest new Switch game, $17 wireless charger, Instant Pot deals, more

Before you slink down into your couch to enjoy a nice relaxing Sunday, check out our roundup of the best daily deals on the web. Highlights include Anker's best fast wireless charger for just $16.79 (the lowest price ever), a $20 discount on the hottest new Nintendo Switch game out there, $30 off Amazon's waterproof Kindle Paperwhite, Anker's Eufy Lumos smart LED bulbs for just $13 each, blazing-fast Samsung EVO 128GB microSD cards for $21 a piece, two killer Instant Pot deals, $40 o...
Tags: Google, Amazon, News, Nintendo, Anker, Amazon Alexa, Samsung Evo, Eufy Lumos, Paperwhite Anker


This woman earned $13,000 in 1 month writing YouTube jingles on Fiverr

Fiverr, the freelancer marketplace, has opened an office in the UK and is hiring marketing staff as part of an international expansion push. CEO Micha Kaufman won't comment on rumours that Fiverr is looking to float, but the firm has bulked out its finance and accounting teams in the last year. Business Insider spoke to one British freelancer on Fiverr who made almost $13,000 in a single month writing and selling original jingles and tunes. The company has raised $111 million to date. Even th...
Tags: Apple, UK, Youtube, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Nintendo, Airbnb, Morgan Stanley, Pewdiepie, Fiverr, Micha Kaufman, Hughes, Kaufman, Felix Kjellberg, Kjellberg


Apple is now one of the biggest investors in research and development, and critics are wondering what it's getting for its money (AAPL)

Apple has been massively ramping up its spending on research and development in recent years. It now spends nearly $15 billion a year, giving it one of the biggest corporate R&D budgets in the world. Analysts and investors have begun to question that spending, because the company seems to have gotten little payoff from it so far. Apple is still heavily dependent on the iPhone and its new products haven't come close to making up for shortfalls in its phone sales. Analysts attribute the company'...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Hollywood, Cook, Microsoft, California, Steve Jobs, Wall Street, China, Trends, Intel, Apple TV, Netflix, Xerox



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