Apple released a commercial titled "Change is in the Air" for its latest release the Apple iPad Air 2 tablet.
"Change is in the Air" is a 60-second commercial featuring people using their iPad Air 2 tablet in various ways to help them in their everyday lives, all set to The Orwells' song "Who Needs You."
Just some examples that showed how the new tablet can be used include a project management team coordinating using the tablet, a man hooking up his iPad to his motorcycle, travelers in the desert checking out a map, people taking pictures and videos, musicians using the music apps, children using the educational apps, people designing products using 3D printers, and a tattoo artist designing a tattoo for a customer. more >>
During the PlayStation Experience held this weekend at Las Vegas, Nevada, fans and gaming enthusiasts were given a sneak peek on all the new PlayStation games being this month until next year.
The new PS games were not just announced during the event, but fans are given more reasons to be excited after more than 30 trailers were released on PlayStation's official YouTube channel.
Some of the new games introduced are the RPG game "Final Fantasy VII" from Square Enix; "Uncharted 4" which came out with a 15-minute long gameplay footage; the 2D fighting game "Street Fighter V" with a lot of Hadoukens, Shoryukens, punches and kicks and exclusive only to PS4 and PC; and the old-school, 8-bit game "Super Time Force Ultra" in which the main character is Sony Computer Entertainment President Shuhei Yoshida. more >>
The co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak has debunked the stories that the Apple was first conceived at the garage of co-founder Steve Jobs.
Wozniak was the one who built the first ever Apple I kit back in 1976, managing to sell it at $666.66, and the Apple II back in 1977. Despite the commonly assumed story that the Apple and the Mac were created at Jobs' garage, Wozniak came forward to admit it was all "a bit of a myth."
During an interview for Businessweek, Wozniak shared the truth, saying they did not do any work at the garage of Jobs' 2066 Crist Drive home in Los Altos, California. more >>
A new installment for the well-received action-adventure video game series "God of War" is now said to be in development at Sony's Santa Monica Studio, according to reports.
Santa Monica is "actively working" on a new "God of War" title – an update which came firsthand from the studio's Creative Director Cory Barlog during the PlayStation Experience event in Las Vegas, Gamespot.com reported.
When asked further by the audiences for more details on the upcoming game title, Barlog revealed that the new GOW will definitely not going to be a prequel and that it might be a reboot for the series. more >>
Rumors surrounding the alleged next-gen flagship by Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy S6, come and go for the previous months. Now, recent talks indicated that the purported next top Android handset might have already been spotted in an AnTuTu benchmark post.
A new report from a Chinese publication cnmo.com (via BGR.com) pointed out that the Galaxy S6's specs have been revealed in the mentioned benchmark app.
The media outlet, citing the leaked screenshot, mentioned that the upcoming flagship from the South Korean-based tech company has a model number of SM-G925F. more >>
Lenovo released a brand new budget smartphone, the Lenovo K3 music Lemon, on Friday in China in a bid to compete against Xiaomi's Redmi 1S.
The Lenovo K3 was put up for sale exclusively on JD, one of China's largest online retailers, for a price of only CNY599 or around $97. There has been no announcements as of yet on whether the Lenovo K3 will be available worldwide or exclusively in China. Though there is a chance Lenovo could expand sales of the Lenovo K3 to the foreign market if it plans to compete with Xiaomi.
The Lenovo K3 is being looked upon as a direct competition to Xiaomi's budget phone, the Redmi S1, especially as JD also happens to be selling Xiaomi products. more >>