Discussions and investigations surrounding the terrorist attacks that took place on Paris, France last week have implicated Sony's PlayStation 4 console as one of the tools used by the extremists to coordinate the mass murders.
Major network carrier AT&T has announced that it will start releasing Microsoft's latest Lumia 950 flagship handset later this week. It is not yet clear, however, if AT&T will be the only carrier to feature the Windows 10-powered smartphone in the U.S.
AT&T is getting ready to launch Samsung's gigantic tablet, the Galaxy View, on November 20. In addition, the network carrier will bundle the tablet with its DirecTV service for only $99.
In about a week after the highly anticipated "Fallout 4" came out, gamers have already discovered a bug in that game that causes it to crash entirely. According to those experienced the issue, the bug affects the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of the game.
‘The Walking Dead’ Star Norman Reedus Still Hoping that Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro will Finish ‘Silent Hills’ Horror Game
Norman Reedus, more popularly known as Daryl Dixon of AMC's "The Walking Dead" television series, is still hoping for the development of "Silent Hills" to continue. Reedus was set to star in the survival horror game but the project was cancelled following the alleged fallout between development studio Konami and director Hideo Kojima.
Psyonix, the development studio behind the successful "Rocket League" title, teased that the game could arrive to other consoles including Microsoft's Xbox One. If the developer pushes through with the release of "Rocket League" on other consoles, then it will mark the end of the game's exclusivity with Sony's PlayStation 4.
Visionary director J.J. Abrams and his Bad Robot production company are preparing to enter the world of the gaming industry with the upcoming release of "Spyjinx." Details about the game are still unclear but according to its creators, the game is scheduled to come out for the PC sometime in 2016.
Microsoft is getting ready to roll out a new update dubbed as the New Xbox One Experience for owners of its first-gen gaming console. Although the update is expected to come with the highly anticipated Backwards Compatibility support, it will also remove a key feature of the Xbox One.
Stephen Colbert of CBS' "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" staged a skit with "Taken" series star Liam Neeson showing what "Candy Crush" live-action film adaptation would look like. The skit was made as part of the late night show's jab at major game publisher Activision Blizzard's plan to turn some of its successful titles into movies.
Major game publisher EA Sports has revealed the details to the follow-up of its "UFC" mixed-martial arts fighting game. The company also released a trailer for "UFC 2" which shows off some of the game's new modes.
The highly anticipated game "Fallout 4" already came out earlier this week but fans of the open-world RPG have another thing to look forward to next year. As confirmed by developer Bethesda, the mods that PC gamers will create for "Fallout 4" can also be played through the game's Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions.
Qualcomm recently hosted a media event in New York City this week to officially introduce the Snapdragon 820 chipset. Based on its specs, the new processor is expected to significantly outperform its predecessor without overheating.
Facebook Messenger’s New Photo Magic Feature will Tell You to Send Pictures to friends through Facial Recognition
Facebook is currently in the process of releasing a new feature that will help users send photos of their friends through its Messenger app. The feature, dubbed as Photo Magic, uses facial recognition technology to scan the faces of the people in the photos.
Tag Heuer has officially unveiled to the public its latest entry in the smartwatch market. According to the luxury timepiece maker, the device, dubbed as Tag Heuer Connected Watch, was made in partnership with Intel and Google.
With in-game microtransactions becoming increasingly popular, a lot of gamers are wondering if Blizzard will adopt the same system for the future DLCs of its upcoming "Overwatch" game. In turns out, however, that the developers themselves are still not sure what to do with these content updates.