The new "Pokemon Z" will reportedly be revealed next month, based on leaked images from Japan's CoroCoro Magazine.
The leaked photos reveal that the Zygarde forms will use the same names, but the U.S. version of Zygarde Perfect Forme will be called Zygarde Complete Forme. The Pokemon Z will come in four different forms that will include a small blog, canine form, and a bigger monstrous form, according to The Latin Times.
The first form is called Zygarde Cell. At this stage, the little monster is made up of single cells. This form is not capable of exerting its will or thinking. It also cannot use any moves, so some researchers do not really consider it as a pokemon, the report details. more >>
"Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain" reportedly has a new glitch that allows players to customize weapons beyond the original options.
YouTuber jasonLJ posted a video demonstrating how he was able to add a 100-round belt and suppressor to a rocket launcher by taking advantage of the new glitch discovered in Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain. The bug also enabled him to fire silent rockets without immediately alerting the enemy guards, according to PC Gamer.
Since Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain is a very large game, a few glitches and problems are expected to come up every now and then. The latest bug to be discovered is actually a cool one, which allows players to break their own game without crashing it, VG 24/7 reports. more >>
Samsung has stirred excitement among its fans with the upcoming release of the Galaxy S7, but it seems that the Meizu Pro 5 has beaten it to the launching date and even some of the specs and features.
Samsung Galaxy S7 is due to be released in about six months, while the Meizu Pro 5 is coming out on Sept. 25. Based on a Geekbench shootout, the Meizu Pro 5 trumps its Samsung rival by several points, according to the Latino Post.
The Meizu Pro 5 will have two variants, but each one will run different processors, with one running the Exynos 7420 chip. This variant scored almost 5600 in the multi-core test. The Samsung S6 and S6 Edge, on the other hand, hit the 5200 mark, while the Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus trailed behind, the report details. more >>
Ford Motors Company has finally unveiled the 2016 Ford Mustang, and this new vehicle is a combination of both new and classic designs and features.
For a start, the 2016 Ford Mustang GT has borrowed the secondary turn signals in the hood vents from the original 1967 Ford Mustang. The new car still makes heads turn with its distinct shark-bite nose, recessed side flanks, and trapezoidal grille, according to Realty Today.
As for the interior, the 2016 Ford Mustang boasts of bucket seats, telescoping steering column, auto-dimming rearview mirror, and leather-lined steering wheel with control for audio and speed. All these combine to make up a comfortable and inviting experience for the driver and passengers alike, The Market Business reports. more >>
Microsoft has finally released an update to Windows 10 Mobile for Windows Insiders, and the latest preview of the mobile operating system includes a new requested feature for the Photos app.
The updated Windows 10 Mobile build's new features suggest that Microsoft wants its users to have better photo management experience on their phones. The 10536 preview build for Windows Phone handsets, which was rolled out on Sept. 14, now has an improved Photos app plus other new features, according to NDTV.
The Microsoft Surface may have found its fitting competitor in the form of the Dell XPS 12 tablet, which was recently leaked out.
The Dell XPS 12 is a 2-in-1 tablet that is similar to the Microsoft Surface. Dell is expected to unveil the device in October but it was leaked earlier than expected, according to Techno Buffalo.
Based on leaked photos, the Dell XPS 12 has an Ultrasharp 4K screen and "Dell Active" stylus that will allow users to take down notes and create drawings. It also comes with a magnetic keyboard with backlit keys that are reminiscent of the Dell XPS 13, which is considered one of the best Windows notebooks today, the report details. more >>