A recent patent continues the online superstore’s dip into technology spaces. The noise canceling headphones in question would be able to hear certain words.
Developer Niantic recently put out cease and desist letters to creators of third party Pokemon tracking applications for Pokemon Go. The company says they are working on fixing the game’s tracking issues.
With Telltale’s upcoming Batman game, players will be able to control the Dark Knight in an entirely new way. Choice will be a weapon that will decide the fate of Gotham City.
VH1 Classic’s upcoming rebranding as MTV Classic will be a call back to MTV’s roots.
Tumblr announced an upcoming partnership program for it’s users. It will allow them to take a part of ad revenue generated by their blog.
Eurogamer released images of what the Nintendo NX may look like based on source testimony. These seem to line up with Nintendo’s own filed patents.
Age of Adaline director Lee Todd Krieger in talks to direct proposed Divergent TV movie. Lionsgate plans to end the film series with the TV movie and a subsequent television series.
The RoundTable crew is back to talk more about Pokemon Go and some recent developments in the Magic The Gathering buyers market.
While not yet confirmed, numerous reports point to the oncoming reveal of sponsored PokeStops in Pokemon Go.
Pokemon Go dominates act three of this week’s episode. The CommonGeek crew also takes the time to discuss some of the recent Steam survey results and changes coming to Xbox Avatars.