Nintendo is currently developing a Zelda game for the Wii U and is only currently called "The Legend of Zelda for Wii U." The game was first announced to be in development early 2013 alongside a remake for "The Wind Waker." During the Electronic Entertainment Expo earlier this year, Nintendo released a trailer for the new Zelda game and announced a 2015 release date for the game.
Recently, the producer for the Zelda game for the Wii U, Eiji Aonuma has stated that the game will be "more than just a single-player experience." Obviously, he is hinting at the possibility of a multiplayer open-world Zelda game.
"When I was talking back about making Zelda more than just a single-player experience? That's something you will see in the future, maybe next year," he added. more >>
While the world is abuzz with the release of Apple's iOS 8 and Google's impending release of the Android L (Android 5.0), the Android Kitkat 4.4.4 is still making its rounds across the Android compatible phones. Finally though, the Samsung Galaxy S3 along with the Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Note 2 will be getting the 4.4.4 Kitkat update.
In the recent weeks, the Android 4.4.4 Kitkat update was released alongside the 4.4.3 update. Both are essentially bug fixes to the much troubled 4.4.2 update and was rolled out on Android phones across the board. However, many phones received the updates later than most and it seems that the Galaxy S3 is one of the phones which will be getting the updates late.
The update for the Galaxy 3 is a large 1.6GB and brings about bug fixes to the 4.4.2 update and some changes to some features as well. more >>
Samsung's next line in its phablet offerings, the Galaxy Note 4, is already available in the U.K. with a U.S. release date sometime in October. As for the rest of the world, the phablet is facing a similar October release but may be later than the U.S. release.
In the U.K., retailers such as Three and Carphone Warehouse have already begun stocking their stores with the device and will be publicly available on Oct. 10. In the U.S., major wireless carriers (AT&T, Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile) are already offering pre-orders of the Note 4. Sprint isn't taking pre-orders yet but buyers can pre-register.
While the Note 4 is a newer and is already available in the U.K. and U.S., its off-contract price is a hard sell against the cheaper Galaxy Note 3, which is still in shelves worldwide and is regarded as the best so far in the Note line. more >>
Apple's two recent iPhone models, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, have undeniably made waves in the tech news world. Among the critics and reviewers, the Cupertino-based flagships came as a surprise when they were presented with a sleeker, "out from the usual" design. Market-wise, the latest devices were sold like hot pancakes with a staggering 10 million units sold in merely three days since it hit the shelves.
But the excitement emanating from the tech world didn't necessarily stop there. Analysts and experts are already predicting that the upcoming flagship from the South Korean-based company, the Samsung Galaxy S6, will eventually steal the spotlight.
For those who are still apprehensive to upgrade their mobile devices and are looking for some insights, we offer this comparative review between the already released iPhone 6 and 6 Plus to that of the rumored Samsung Galaxy S6. more >>
Activist and rapper Richard William, better known as Prince Ea, beings his spoken word poem with the statement "Can We Auto-Correct Humanity?"
He speaks about how much time humans spend on their cell phones instead of time enjoying life and being with those who love us. Technology, has made us more "selfish and separate" than ever before, he claims.
Our attention span has gone down and we have lost the ability to interact with one another on a meaningful level. We even have trouble experiencing things on a meaningful level as a result. more >>
Apple released the latest version of the iTunes 12 Beta for both developers and OS X Yosemite beta testers Thursday, Oct. 2, according to reports. This followed after the Monday's release of the Yosemite Golden Master Candidate and a fourth public beta.
Described to include an "elegant new design," the iTunes 12 release doesn't contain any substantial modifications aside from a few user interface redesign, Mac Rumors reported. First introduced in July, the October beta launch remains unchanged from the previous build which was unveiled last September.
According to AppleInsider, the iTunes 12's media storage, purchase and playback platform now have "translucent windows, reorganized navigation bar and new library viewing options, among other UI adjustments." more >>