New versions of Apple's iPad devices are stirring up rumor mills within the tech world in terms of their final release dates and specifications.
The iPad Air 3 expected release date
Apple just released the iPad Pro 9.7 inch in March earlier this year. With the 9.7-inch tablet market getting a little bit crowded in the Apple lineup, analysts predict that the new iPad Air will not be released anytime soon. more >>
"Allison Road" creator Christian Kesler confirmed that the game has been brought back from the dead, literally.
It was never fully explained why "Allison Road" was cancelled back in June. However, Kesler himself announced that the "Silent Hills" PT-inspired horror game is back in development and will be published under Far From Home, a label owned by Kesler and his wife.
'Allison Road' Indie Horror Revival more >>
LG's newest top of the line flagship smartphone, the V20, will be released on September 6 in San Francisco.
EB Games Australia dismissed the reports that "Kingdom Hearts 3" will be available for Nintendo NX sometime next year. The KH3-Nintendo connection stemmed from a screenshot allegedly from EB Games that advertises the game up for pre-sale.
'Kingdom of Hearts 3' – Nintendo disconnect
Apparently, Nintendo gamers became excited with the possibility of an NX release. "Kingdom Hearts 3" or any previous versions did not make it to Nintendo consoles. Recent outings are limited to PlayStation or Xbox consoles only with no immediate information about any expansion. more >>
Microsoft Lumia 525 was hacked to run a different OS: The Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
A backdoor key for Microsoft's software for their smartphones have been leaked. This has been used by hackers to hijack the Windows operating system on the Lumia 525 and Lumia 520 and made them run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow instead. These phones were never given an update for Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft Lumia 525, Lumia 520 Android Marshmallow Hack Details more >>
Google Chrome remains the undisputed champion in the web browser market share wars. As of August 22, the freeware internet browser continues to widen its lead from Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE), Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Safari.
Chrome Users Increased in July
According to the latest projection of web tracker Net Market Share, Chrome reached its all-time high number of users in July, obtaining a global market share of 50.95 percent. It registered a significant increase from its 48.65 percent market share in June. more >>