More than a year ago, who would have thought we would still be talking about Blackberry and its new smartphones?
Current CEO John Chen has definitely done a wonderful job in keeping the Canada-based manufacturer very much alive, especially in its loyal fanbase in Asia.
And now, after months of waiting, the Blackberry Classic will finally hit Indonesia. more >>
People are raving about the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge ever since it was unveiled earlier this month at MWC 2015. With its stunning and innovative design, attractive color options, astonishingly clear screen and improved camera, the handset is certainly in the running to become this year's number one smartphone. But how will it fare against Apple's flagship, the iPhone 6? There's no denying that Apple's latest flagship is the best overall phone of 2014, as the iPhone 6 has a thinner body, a faster processor, and better cameras than its predecessors.
Here, we compare the two devices.
Design: The iPhone 6 bears a lot of similarities with the original iPhone with its rounded design, though the iPhone 6 is flat and thin. It has a metal back and a glass front and it measures 5.44 x 2.64 x 0.27 inches and weighs 4.55 ounces. The iPhone 6 is available in silver, space gray, and gold. more >>
Sony finally released PlayStation 4's Update 2.50 Thursday more than a year since the console's launch in November 2013.
PlayStation 4's long-awaited update is finally live after Sony released its new firmware labeled Update 2.50, featuring instant suspend and resume capabilities for games.
Update 2.50, codenamed "Yukimura," is touted to be Sony's biggest and most significant update in a long while. "Yukimura" comes with several features, one of which is the suspend and resume gameplay capability using the PS button to allow players to hop in and out of their games. more >>
The world's first animated adventure game ever made for PC is making a comeback. In this age of reboots, a re-imagining of "King's Quest" is being developed by The Odd Gentlemen and will be published by Sierra Entertainment. It is scheduled to be released between the third and fourth quarters of 2015.
"King's Quest" 2015 is actually not a sequel to the "King's Quest" franchise. The franchise, according to the IGN report, has produced seven sequels, the last being "King's Quest: Mask of Eternity" published in 1998. The upcoming game is still very much an adventure game, with King Graham of Daventry as the main protagonist. In the game, he is an old man telling his adventure stories to his granddaughter Gwendolyn.
His adventures are presented as flash back episodes where the player needs to solve puzzles in order to proceed. The old game series used point-and-click gestures, but the new game features third-person action/adventure controls. more >>
After the One M9 that was announced earlier this month, it looks like there are more devices from the Taiwanese manufacturer than everyone expected.
First on the list is the One M9 Plus, which is already expected to make an appearance in an April 8 event in China.
Dubbed as the "More than One," event, the company will finally unveil the QHD-powered HTC smartphone. more >>
Adventure video game "Broken Age" is set to launch its Act 2 for PS4 and PlayStation Vita by the end of next month.
Double Fine Productions has just announced an Act 2 for its point-and-click adventure game, "Broken Age," which will be launched for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita on April 28.
Initially released in January 2014 under the working title, "Double Fine Adventure," the first Act of "Broken Age" began as a crowdfunded project, and ended up one of the largest of its kind with over 87,000 backers raising more than $3.45 million within the space of a month. It remains among the highest-backed crowdfunded ventures to date. more >>