The unlimited data battles of yesteryear are back as T-Mobile and Verizon offer all the data you might need (with fair usage caveats), and silly Nintendo party games are also making a return on the Nintendo Switch.
Over the weekend, Verizon revived the "unlimited" tier for mobile customers, promising all the data (potentially throttled after 22GB), calls and texting you can handle for $80 per month. In response, T-Mobile tweaked its One plan to include HD video and 10GB of LTE data for tethering, making for an even better deal. Whichever you choose, it looks like competition is heating up and the offers are getting better.
Cooking and food are surprisingly significant in Final Fantasy XV. But can you really cook (and eat) these fictional recipes? And are they any good? Mat Smith gains some cooking experience (points) and tries it out.
Taro Yoko, director of NieR: Automata, might not have much confidence in the story he's telling in Nier's latest iteration. It's a cult favorite that's being brought back courtesy of PlatinumGames: a Japanese studio that has a reputation for producing high-caliber action games such as Bayonetta, Vanquish and Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance. Nick Summers plays through the latest preview.
Rumors have suggested the next iPhone revision will support wireless charging, and Apple's new membership in the Wireless Power Consortium seems appropriately timed to make that happen. This group governs the Qi standard most devices use; however membership isn't a guarantee the tech will show up, or that if it does, Apple will stick with the standard.
Apple Music is getting closer to including Apple Television, with some exclusive shows for subscribers. Yesterday we got our first peek at trailers for two original shows, and... well, how much do you like James Corden and Shark Tank/The Voice? They don't get many points for originality, but the effort is there -- expect the first episodes of Planet of the Apps in spring.
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