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The latest Chromecast leak shows remote in full detail – Engadget

Another Chromecast leak gives us a glimpse of the new remote.

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Google is planning to reveal its new Chromecast at a big hardware event on September 30th. Thanks to one insider, we’ve already learned what the new dongle will look like. Now, thanks to another leak, we know what the remote will look like too. 9to5Google shared images, obtained by WinFuture, of the remote.
The remote has a D-Pad at the top and a volume rocker on the side, as well as buttons for back, Assistant, home and mute. Most notably, the remote has dedicated YouTube and Netflix buttons….

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‘Pokémon Go’ gets AR Mapping tasks to enable more realistic effects – Engadget

Pokémon Go players may see a new tag marking some PokéStops next time they check the app. Niantic has officially launched AR Mapping tasks for level 20 Trainers…

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Pokémon Go players may see a new tag marking some PokéStops next time they check the app. Niantic has officially launched AR Mapping tasks for level 20 Trainers and up, almost five months after the company announced that it’s launching the feature. When they spin a PokéStop marked with the “AR Mapping” tag, they’ll get a Field Research task that will require them to open the AR scanning screen and to explore the area.
Trainers level 20 and up can now receive AR Mapping tasks! Try finding one today…

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Quibi apps arrive on Apple TV, Android TV, and Fire TV – The Verge

Quibi quietly launched apps for Apple TV, Android TV and Fire TV according to recently updated support articles. This continues the company’s slow updates to the…

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But how long will the company survive?
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Quibi, the troubled streaming service focused on quick bites of mobile-first content, has just launched apps for Apple TV, Android TV and Fire TV. The company quietly announced the change in an updated support article.
These apps follow Quibis ongoing attempts to get more eyes on its content after launching as a mobile-only app. The company first made content more shareable in May, and followed that soon after with AirPlay…

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Apple removes its ‘TV Remote’ app from the App Store as iOS now has an integrated Remote – 9to5Mac

Apple today silently removed its “Apple TV Remote” app from the App Store, which let users control the Apple TV from an iPhone or iPad simulating a real Remote….

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Apple today silently removed its “Apple TV Remote” app from the App Store, which let users control the Apple TV from an iPhone or iPad simulating a real Remote. The app is no longer available for download from the App Store and Apple has likely discontinued it, which means that it will no longer get any updates.
That doesn’t come as a surprise since Apple has added the Remote feature built into the Control Center in iOS 12, so Apple TV users can have access to all the controls on Siri Remote without…

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