Apple revealed at the recent WWDC that it will be rolling out the iOS 10 for their products when the expected new iPhone or presumably "iPhone 7" is released to the markets this September. The tech company said that the newest update to their product's operating system will allow interactions that were previously unavailable to Apple users such as dealing with third-party apps.
Siri Getting Massive Upgrades
Since her introduction, Siri has been a popular addition to any Apple product. However, Siri's ability to understand slang and non-formal sentences has always been a drawback. Apple details that Siri's upgrade in understanding current language barriers is due to an Intense API. The new upgrade is available in other languages as well. more >>
Gaming fans are in for an exciting week as leaked photos of the new Microsoft Xbox One Slim were leaked, featuring a small case with large, high-end features.
Microsoft's Big Reveal
With the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) ongoing this week, fans are waiting to hear about what Microsoft has in store. There were photos recently leaked showing the newest model of Xbox One. The photos showed Xbox One Slim, which is 40 percent smaller that the current Xbox One model. Meanwhile, the new model will also be boasting high-end aesthetics as well as a 2TB hard drive. Gamers can also expect improved graphics that can support 4K Ultra HD videos. more >>
E3 is easily the biggest video game event of the year with thousands of gamers flocking to see what their favorite companies have in store for the upcoming year. The event gives gaming companies a chance to give their customers updates on current projects as well as give gamers firsthand experience on games not yet released on the market.
So which companies attend E3? The answer to that is simple; any of the major gaming companies that currently have projects that would garner public interest. Currently the three biggest gaming companies that attend E3 every year are Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft. IGN reports that these companies are usually joined by smaller, but still very popular companies, such as Square Enix, Bethesda, EA etc.
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A massive platform in the ancient city of Petra, possibly linked to a part of its Christian history, has been discovered using satellite imagery, drones and ground surveys, archeologists announced.
Archaeologists Sarah Parcak, a National Geographic fellow, and Christopher Tuttle, executive director of the Council of American Overseas Research Centers, said in a National Geographic report that the monument is as long as an Olympic-size swimming pool and twice as wide. It is situated half a mile south of the center of Petra, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
CNN reports that the enormous platform was likely built during the second century near where the Nabataean civilization established the part-carved, part-built city, and it is believed to have initially been used for ceremonial purposes. more >>
Fans of the popular Japanese franchise Pokemon are exciting to see the newest addition to the video game collection.
Finding Pokemons Around the World
There is a lot of anticipation for the new "Pokemon Go," which will allow players to find Pokemons in real life. The game will let users find several Pokemons in different regions of the world, creating an augmented-reality game. more >>
Christian singer and actor Pat Boone has backed Netherlands' 2,500-ton life sized replica of Noah's Ark, which will set sail for a cross-Atlantic journey to the 2016 Paralympics in Brazil, where it will preach the Gospel message.
"My friends at the Ark of Noah Foundation plan to bring a life-size biblical replica of Noah's Ark from the Netherlands to the 2016 Paralympics in Brazil," Boone said in a statement. "From there, it will go through South America, Central America and then the United States."