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Niantic and Qualcomm

Niantic and Qualcomm come together to create AR glasses

The creators of Pokemon Go and Qualcomm have decided to join forces to produce augmented reality glasses. So the two companies have formalized their union to build AR glasses ...
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Dragon Quest Walk, here's the first trailer

Square Enix has decided to launch into the market for augmented reality games on the Pokémon Go and Harry Potter: United Wizards, announcing, for now only in Japan, Dragon Quest Walk and has released ...
Minecraft celebrates the 10 years with Minecraft Earth

Minecraft celebrates its tenth birthday with Minecraft Earth

10 years have passed well since the release of Minecraft and there are still many projects and innovations that still manage to bring with it. We see in this press release what awaits us to celebrate the anniversary. For...

Snapchat is thrown into gaming

Snap Inc., the creator of the famous Snapchat, is about to enter the market "Snappables", a series of mini-games just for Snapchat. Snappables are augmented reality games that can be controlled in different ways: touch, ...

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD, online a curious update

Sega has just released a new update for Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD. Thanks to this update, players will be able to face ...

Tetris (of EA) is dead, long live Tetris (of N3twork)!

Electronic Arts has announced the end of support for its Tetris games, but the puzzle game will still live thanks to a new developer and publisher.

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