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Obviously one is going to have more broad appeal that the other. We need both, however. Nintendo has created a great mobile experience for those who are willing to pay a little more for better games, and dont mind carrying around a piece of gaming-specific hardware, even in an age where your keys and wallet can be on your phone. But hey, if you want a taste of what they could be like on tablets, maybe this new Pokemon game is for you. Ill certainly give it a shot, even if its been fifteen years since I first opened up my dream pack of cards with a holofoil Charizard. Hp Android Murah Thats worth what, like $500K now?
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Nintendo Bringing Pokemon To iPad In Trading Card Form - Forbes
With Huawei also launching a new version of EmotionUI (3.0) we are excited to see what the company can deliver. Microsoft Microsoft is in the hardware game now, after taking control of Nokia's devices division earlier in the year. Redmond will also be at IFA and while the company will not be launching a flagship, it is expected to show off some new budget Lumia device. That will be a camera focused smartphone, likely to be the Lumia 839, an all metal handset with a strong front and rear lens for the mid-range market. My sources tell me that Microsoft may also have a big announcement, could that be a wearable?
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