Rumors have emerged the action-adventure video game, "Unchartered 4: A Thief's End" may see a release in the first quarter of 2016.
A Reddit user received an email from Amazon Germany listing the upcoming third-person shooter, "Unchartered 4: A Thief's End" with a March 9, 2016 release date and a €69.99 ($77.76) price tag.
Reddit user, ChrisNolanEnthusiast said the game will be made available on Amazon Germany's website, and took a screenshot of the listing to prove his claims. more >>
Leaked information has detailed one of the upcoming Apple iPad Mini 4's major features.
Apple's soon-to-be-released tablet, the iPad Mini 4, is reported to include a Split View feature, a write-up at Apple watcher, according to 9to5 Mac.
Information on the recently unveiled tablet model was said to be discovered by London-based developer Hamza Sood in the resource file data of an as-yet-unreleased OS X El Capitan for the Safari 9 browser. more >>
Apple has recently rolled out its latest mobile OS, the iOS 8.4.1, that launched for iPhones and iPads last week.
The update was released Aug. 13 for Apple's supported devices and is geared towards resolving several bugs in Apple Music.
The new OS update was initially seeded for registered developers to beta test last month, through build number 12H304 downloadable via the Apple Developer Center. The final build has just been made available for download Thursday via the Software Update tool found under the Settings app on applicable iOS devices. more >>
The latest iOS 9 will be rolled out in about a month, but it is now making quite a buzz with its new features, including one that will allow smoother performance across all Apple devices.
One of the best features of the new iOS 9 is the ability to multitask on the iPad Air. Another new features is the improved security system that now effectively prevents hacking of iOS devices, according to Benchmark Reporter.
Although multitasking could be done with the older iOS 9 by switching between applications, the updated iOS 9 allows users to open two applications simultaneously on one screen. more >>
Google's trial for its DIY smartphone initiative, dubbed "Project Ara," has been postponed until 2016, after earlier reports that it will be tested and released in Puerto Rico this year.
Google has confirmed that it will be pushing back the trial period of Project Ara, its DIY smartphone initiave, until next year. Instead of having the modular smartphone tested and released in Puerto Rico later this year, the trial will now be conducted across various places in the United States, according to the Telegraph.
Project Ara's trial period in Puerto Rico is being postponed because its developer, Advanced Technology and Projects, encountered more model iterations than what it anticipated, the group explained via Twitter on August 17. more >>
Google has revealed that the next version of its mobile operating system is officially called Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The tech giant has finally ended the speculations regarding what "Android M" really stands for. Google software engineer Alex Ruiz confirmed on Google+ that the "M" in the software's alias stands for Marshmallow, according to The Inquirer.
Earlier, there have been speculations that Android M would be the version 5.2 of Google's mobile operating system, but Google later confirmed that it will be version 6.0. Aside from that, the company announced that developers can now load the final SDK and the third and final M Preview on Google Nexus devices, The Verge reports. more >>