Articles by Karen Tumbokon

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Nintendo’s Famicom Mini Console Is Coming To Japan

Earlier this summer, Nintendo announced that it will be relaunching its iconic NES console in the U.S. on November 11th. Now, Japanese gamers get to join in on all of the fun because they’ll be getting a mini version of the Famicom called the Nintendo Classic Mini: Famicom.

Should You Get PlayStation Vue? HBO and Cinemax Launch On Sony Streaming Service

Sony recently announced that HBO and Cinemax will soon be added to its standalone TV streaming service, PlayStation Vue. Turns out, the addition of those services came much sooner than we all thought because some Reddit users are already claiming that they have been able to add-on HBO and Cinemax Now to their Vue package through the website. 

PlayStation Plus Free Games For October

If you’re a PlayStation Plus member, you’ll be happy to know that the free games lineup for October 2016 has been released. You can check out PlayStations full game lineup here!

Google’s iOS App Now Lets You Search In Incognito Mode

Google’s iOS app now has incognito mode, so just like the browser, you can search privately on your iPhone. The best part about the latest update is that Google will let you lock private searches using Touch ID, so if anyone else is holding your iPhone, they won’t be able to see what’s open inside your private tabs within the app.

Here's How You Can Register To Vote On Twitter

Twitter has announced it’s working with Rock the Vote to get more Americans registered to vote. Starting today, you can send a Direct Message to Twitter’s @Gov account with your five-digit zip code, and you’ll receive an automatic response including your state’s voter registration deadline and a personalized link to get registered.

Some New Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Smartphones Are Still Overheating: Report

While things seem to be getting a little better for Samsung in the U.S., consumers in South Korea are still having major issues even with their replacement non-removable batteries. According to South Korean television news network, YTN, newly exchanged smartphones are overheating or losing battery power while they are being charged

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