If you have been so much addicted to the Tamagotchi virtual keyrings, then you might be looking for some new exciting things to add to your list for next year. Guess what? Bandai Namco is aware of your expectations. Hence, the company has released a teaser video in which it announced that the My Tamagotchi Forever will be coming to your IOS and Android phones sooner. Continue reading My Tamagotchi Forever is Coming to Your Smartphone in 2018
We all know that watching TV on YouTube is no more a big deal, right? But, while watching your favorite show on YouTube TV, there might come a point when you will want to do something else. If you are using Android Oreo, then YouTube TV definitely has the solution, as it is rolling out picture-in-picture support. Continue reading YouTube TV’s Picture-in-Picture Mode is What You Should Make the Most Of
If gaming is your passion, then you would be delighted to hear that The Game Awards are coming your way this December. The event organizers have even revealed the date and timings of the show for all of their audiences across the world. Continue reading The Game Awards Are Here Once Again to Entertain the Global Gaming Community
If you are a Pokemon fan, then you surely have a dream of talking to your favorite Pokemon in real life, no? In this case, you should definitely consider buying a Google home or Amazon Alexa device, as an app is on its way that will let you have a conversation with the iconic yellow mascot Pickachu. Continue reading Want to Talk to Pikachu? Google Home and Amazon Alexa Will Let You Do This
Instagram’s newest feature is what we all should look out for, as it brings users personal with people or objects in videos.
Yes, we are surely talking about Superzoom, a feature that lets users zoom in on a single object in a video. But, what makes this feature more interesting is its dramatic music in the background. Continue reading Instagram Adds Superzoom Feature to Stories
Pokemon Go might have lost some of its charm due to a number of major technical problems such as poorly run public events, but the game is still in the race and owns a huge fanbase. However, this Halloween, Pokemon Go will surely enthrall you once again by bringing some new monsters to the party. Continue reading Pokemon Go’s Halloween Update Brings New Monsters to the Party
Facebook, on Friday, rolled out the “order food” option to all users in the U.S. For this, the social giant has started partnering with food delivery services so that users can order food directly from a restaurant’s page. Cool, right?
To do so, all you need to visit the restaurants’ page that have participated and hit the “start order” button. Once you do, you will be directed to choose an ordering service, and after that, you will be able to select your order from the menu.
The companies Facebook has partnered with include Delivery.com, ChowNow, EatStreet, DoorDash, Zuppler, Olo and Slice. With this, you won’t have to order meals by opening each of these apps individually.
The feature was first noticed in May, as Facebook kept it in the testing mode for several months before rolling out officially. But now, it is available to everyone and will keep on introducing more food delivery partnerships.
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I think Twitch needs no introduction since it has been making a buzz around for quite some time now. And this time, Twitch has taken a step further by launching two new channels: FailArmy and The Pet Collective.
Interestingly, both of the channels publish funny content. FailArmy showcases viral clips submitted by a huge number of fans, whereas The Pet Collective displays trending animal videos.
Jane Weedon, director of business development for Twitch says, “The meteoric rise of IRL vlogging category on Twitch is a clear sign that our community loves commentating on everyday activities. We have also witnessed the appeal of shared experiences when it comes to watching programmatic TV marathons together. FailArmy has the top collection of IRL viral clips from all over the world and The Pet Collective is representative of the internet’s love for cute animals. Bringing their programming to Twitch breathes new life into the content by adding commentary from viewers, while tapping into their love of collective viewing.”
For your information, FailArmy is now live and going to debut a “Fails of the Week” series later today, while the Pet Collective will be online very soon.