The Sony Glacier White PS4 bundle, which will come with a copy of Bungie's much-awaited FPS game Destiny, has been revealed at an E3 Press Conference. The bundle is set for release this coming Sept. 9, which is when Destiny launches.
Sony Computer Entertainment's President of Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida said that the new console will be simultaneously released in the U.S. and in Europe and that the non-bundled version will be made available later this year.
"In Europe, we're going to launch the bundle with Destiny on September 9th," Yoshida told Game One. But after that, later this year, we're going to release the white standalone PS4 as well in Europe." more >>
It has already been rumored that Samsung is likely to unveil its Galaxy Note 4 this coming Sept. 3, but details and specs of the phablet may have been spilled by an online store.
Indonesian Online Gadget retailer Erafone described in their product page of what appears to be the Samsung Note 4 in full details.
The device, as listed in the retailer site is alleged to sport a 5.7-inch Super AMOLED 1,440x2, 560-pixel display and capacitive touchscreen. It will also have a 16-MP rear camera with optical image stabilization, autofocus, and dual-LED flash. more >>
Release of Motorola's newest flagship Moto X+1 has been finally confirmed for a Sept. 25 release date with Verizon Wireless, according to reports.
"Sources of ours have confirmed to us that Verizon is currently expecting the new Moto X by September 25," an insider told iDigitalTimes.com.
Furthermore, according to a Droid Life report, the much-awaited next-gen smartphone from Motorola is said to be released together with the Moto 360 smartwatch. The handset could arrive sooner on "other carriers" before Verizon, though the unveiling dates wouldn't be that different at all. more >>
With the apparent lukewarm response for the Galaxy S5, which was unveiled at the Mobile World Congress this year, the Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd will unlikely to release their next flagship device before the first quarter of 2015, according to reports.
The technology giant was rather pressured to make the much-awaited Samsung Galaxy S6 worthy of the wait and more possibly to "exceed consumer expectations," Valuewalk.com reported.
So what will Samsung fans can at least expect with the new Galaxy S6? Here's what some are predicting. more >>
There's sad news for Mass Effect fans: Casey Hudson left Bioware and the launching date for the fourth installment has been delayed, according to reports.
The game studio posted on their website an official announcement regarding the executive producer's leave.
"After nearly 16 years of game development at BioWare, Executive Producer Casey Hudson has made the decision to move on from BioWare and enter a new stage of his career. We thank Casey for his hard work and dedication as we look back on his time with BioWare," the statement said. more >>
The eagerly-awaited Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare edition from Activision definitely proves that games are better with jetpacks and laser canons. Fans of the COD series might want to forget the disappointment they felt after the 2013's Call of Duty: Ghosts now that Advanced Warfare is coming to town. Here's what players can expect to the new action-packed first-person shooter.
Taken from the gameplay trailer presented during the E3 convention, it appears that the player will play a character which is part of a certain defense contractor organization, Gamespot reported.
Unlike the previous COD editions, Advanced Warfare players would only be able to see the viewpoint of a single character named Private Mitchell. Mitchell is a soldier recruited into the Atlas private military contractor through Jonathan Iron's son Will. more >>