DOTA Catch ‘Em All: ‘Pokémon UNITE’ is a MOBA For Switch and Mobile

If you’ve ever wished that massively popular team strategy games like DOTA 2 or League of Legends could have a little more Pokemon flair, then today is your extremely specific day. The Pokémon Company has announced Pokémon UNITE, a new MOBA game coming to Switch, iOS, and Android. Players control the iconic monsters in the familiar top-down hero format.

Microsoft Defender ATP for Android Is Now Available in Preview

Microsoft is launching a preview version of its Defender ATP antivirus software for Android today. Defender ATP is an enterprise-grade Android security tool, with advanced anti-phishing protection, malware detection, and integration with Microsoft Defender Security Center for large businesses. If you’re a Defender ATP customer, then you can test the preview through Microsoft’s Intune Company Portal.

Olympus is Sending Its Camera Business to Hades

When we saw this story in our morning bullpen, one Review Geek writer opined, “I didn’t even know Olympus made digital cameras.” They did! Past tense. This morning the company announced that it will sell its camera business to Japan Industrial Partners, concluding the corporate niceties in September. Olympus has been selling cameras and lenses since 1936.

Razer Gigantus V2 Mouse Pad Review: You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Desk

Gigantic spacious mousepads are quickly becoming the norm for both office workers and gamers. Their utility versus a standard mouse pad is kind of questionable—it’s not as if you’re sweeping your mouse across three feet of desk at once—but they’re certainly appealing as a nice accessory. Razer has made them before, but none as big as the Gigantus V2 3XL.

Nomad is Making its Sweet Leather Cases for the iPad Pro Now

We’re big fans of Nomad’s premium leather accessories. Today the company is expanding its line into the bigger iPad Pro family, with two options for both the 12.9-inch and 11-inch models. The new cases are up for pre-order and shipping in July, with prices ranging from $100 to $170. Yup, they’re very nice and very expensive.

Everything Acer Announced at its Next@Acer 2020 Press Event

The Next@Acer press event revealed most of the company’s mid-year product refreshes today. While most were the usual bumps in processor tech and adjustments to chassis design, a few of them are worth highlighting above the rest. Specifically, a rugged laptop that doesn’t stick out, a refreshed premium Chromebook, and a new bombastic gaming laptop.

Only Monsters Use a Mouse without a Mouse Pad

Do you really need a mouse pad? In a word, yes. There are a lot of people, even experienced computer users, who use a mouse without one. But if you care about your mouse (and whatever’s underneath it), you should put a pad between them. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy, but it should be designed for that purpose.

Apple Will Move Mac to Its Own ARM-Based Silicon Starting in 2020

Today at Apple’s yearly Worldwide Developers Conference event, held digitally during the COVID-19 crisis, the company announced the biggest change to its Mac line in over a decade. Beginning this year, Mac laptops and desktops will start running on Apple’s own self-designed chips, based on the same ARM hardware that powers iPhones and iPads.