While you’ll catch most of your pokémon in the wild, here are two other ways to add to your pokédex and collect XP at the same time.
It’s not my most powerful charger, but it’s perfect for keeping my phone alive when I’m out and about for several hours.
There’s a lot of information in the Pokémon GO app. Here’s what it all means.
When you run out of pokéballs to catch your monsters in Pokémon GO, you can get some more for free by visiting a PokéStop.
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An app that has lots of features, is easy to use, and just works… Imagine!
If you wanted to try Pokémon GO, but found it too confusing, this guide will help you get started so eventually you’ll be able to “catch ’em all!”
PopSockets let you take selfies more easily, prop your phone or tablet up, and give you a more reliable grip when holding your mobile device.
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Learn about different options available to stream video to your TV using a hotspot-enabled cellphone.
Today’s Three Tips: Searching Web Pages, Mobile Notifications, New Christmas Story
It’s *possible* I’m the only one who couldn’t figure this out… But I doubt it. 🙂
These five tips from ZDNet will help you take better pictures with your smartphone. Oh yeah, and there’s a link to a really cool National Geographic contest!
It’s hard to overstate how annoying this problem is, but fortunately it’s a pretty easy fix.
Passing along a link to a great article about why buying a used smartphone may be the smart way to go.