Fans of the "Dragon Ball" franchise are eagerly waiting for the return of their favorite anime characters to TV. "Dragon Ball Super" is an animated TV series that will be initially released in Japan starting July 5. With the series' popularity, it is likely to find its way to the U.S. soon, much like the other franchises.
The new animated TV series comes 18 years after the first anime series for the franchise "Dragon Ball" was released on Fuji TV in 1986. The last series that was released was "Dragon Ball Z Kai" in 2009. Most of the titles in the franchise had international versions.
Not much is known about the new series until recently. According to a report in Tech Times, new storyline details have been shared about the series and its first episode. "Dragon Ball Super" is set a few years after the defeat of Majin Buu, one of the most powerful antagonists in the "Dragon Ball Z." He was a magical life form created by an evil warlock. more >>
Rumors have emerged LG is preparing to launch a high-spec handset that will carry the new Snapdragon 820 SoC and a 27MP rear camera.
South Korean electronics multinational, LG is reportedly unveiling its new flagship phablet, the LG G4 Pro, featuring a Snapdragon 820 SoC processor and a 27MP rear shooter.
According to Phone Arena, the LG G4 Pro, scheduled to be introduced during in October 2015, will sport an all-metal build, and serve as the higher-end version of the recently launched LG G4. more >>
A huge security flaw discovered in over 600 million Samsung Galaxy devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S6, has put users at risk.
NowSecure security researcher Ryan Welton disclosed a massive software vulnerability in upwards of 600 million Samsung devices that would make users' information vulnerable to hackers.
Speaking at the Blackhat Mobile Security Summit in London yesterday, Welton of the mobile security and forensics firm, revealed the issue is rooted in Samsung's Swift keyboard pre-installed in the Galaxy line of smartphones. more >>
Nintendo announced a new "Metroid Prime: Federation Force" game for gthe 3DS at the Nintendo E3 Direct event this week.
Five years after Nintendo released the last game in the "Metroid" series, it announced a new installment of its co-op first-person shooter, "Metroid Prime: Federation Force" at its E3 2015 Digital event Tuesday.
Initially unveiled during the 2015 Nintendo World Championships Sunday, "Metroid Prime: Federation Force" was officially inducted into the Nintendo 3DS stable at the E3 2015 with a presentation of cinematics and gameplay for Nintendo's 3DS handheld device. more >>
A Square Enix subsidiary claims their cloud gaming platform technology will power the games of the future.
Shinra Technologies, Japanese game publisher Square Enix's subsidiary has pitched what it describes as a "supercomputer-powered cloud gaming platform" that will propel the future of gaming.
One of this week's Los Angeles E3 highlights included bringing gamers new worlds that have never existed before, given the limitation of current gaming technology. more >>
Samsung has created a smartphone thinner than the iPhone 6, with leaked images of the Galaxy A8 recently surfacing online.
Images of the Samsung Galaxy A8 have leaked online with reports the latest smartphone is even thinner than the iPhone 6.
With the iPhone 6 leading the slim smartphone race at 6.9 millimeters, Samsung has recently come up with the thinnest leading contender with claims their new Galaxy A8 is even slimmer at 5.9 millimeters, a millimeter thinner compared to the iPhone 6. more >>