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You can now duel Pokemon on iOS and Android, but not on Pokemon Go - Pokemon Go players have been eagerly awaiting a long-rumored update that could eventually add the ability to go head-to-head with other Pokemon trainers. Now, the Pokemon Company is finally letting us fight with other Pokemon fanatics via iPhone and Android, but it had nothing to do with Pokemon Go . The company just launched an all-new Pokemon game for iOS and Android called Pokemon Duel   ( Android ), and it's free to play. Unlike Pokemon Go , where the app does its best to pretend that Pokemon are actual creatures, Pokemon Duel 's characters are simply small Amiibo-like figures. You assemble your figures like a deck and then compete against other players in a strategy-heavy board game, where the little toys take each other out with their signature moves. Each team is comprised of six Pokemon, and a built-in AI will attempt to give you the best chance at winning by choosing the right moves. As you might imagine with the game being free-to-play, there are special items and buffs you can gain via an in-game economy system that relies on "gems" for purchases. The boosts are timed and last for specific lengths after activation, so if you spend one you're silently encouraged to play as much as possible within its activation window. It seems like a solid little deck-building game, and the board game strategy elements help separate it from the rest of collectible card game genre, but it's definitely not much of a consolation prize for any Pokemon Go diehards still holding out hope that true Pokemon battles are coming. Tue, 24 Jan 2017 17:58:15 -0500
Texas Instruments quarterly revenue beats on automotive demand -

FILE PHOTO - An employee enters the research building of Texas Instruments France in Villeneuve-Loubet(Reuters) - Chipmaker Texas Instruments Inc reported higher-than-expected quarterly revenue, helped by strong demand for its analog and embedded chip products from the automotive and industrial markets. Texas Instruments, which counts Apple Inc among its largest customers, also forecast current-quarter profit of 78-88 cents per share and revenue of $3.17 billion-$3.43 billion. Analysts on average were expecting a profit of 75 cents per share and revenue of $3.21 billion, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. "From all accounts, the automotive industry at the end of the year was robust and Texas Instruments' numbers seem to reflect that," Loop Capital analyst Betsy Van Hees said.

Tue, 24 Jan 2017 17:57:25 -0500
Galaxy S8 Will Likely Get Iris Scanner and 'Infinity Display' -

Galaxy S8 Will Likely Get Iris Scanner and 'Infinity Display'Samsung has confirmed plans to release a new Galaxy Note at some point, but at least one feature from last year's doomed Note 7 could make a return even earlier as part of the company's upcoming Galaxy S8. Credit: Jeremy Lips/Tom's GuideThat was one the many features highlighted in a Guardian report revealing details about what Samsung has planned for the Galaxy S8.

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