Periscope has warned it will suspend accounts of users using the live streaming app to illegally broadcast 'Game of Thrones' online.
Twitter's live streaming app, Periscope, has threatened to ban accounts of users pirating season five of "Game of Thrones" via its mobile video streaming app.
Periscope is a new Twitter-owned live streaming video app that allows users to broadcast and watch live video from around the world using their smartphones, PCs or laptops via the app itself, or on Twitter. more >>
Without any official news or announcements from game developer Bungie, only rumors have been circulating about when the next game in the "Destiny" series will be coming out. The most persistent rumor according to most reports is that the game will be released in spring 2016.
Updates about the new game has been scarce since Bungie announced in November 2014 that they are developing a new "Destiny" game, which most fans believed to be "Destiny 2" and not merely a downloadable content (DLC) pack.
The first game in the series, "Destiny," has already released one DLC pack and is set to release another one in a few months. more >>
As Google Nexus 5 owners are giving feedback that they are already receiving the latest Android 5.1 update for Lollipop, there is no word yet on when other Nexus devices will receive the much-awaited update that is said to fix numerous bugs and issues that Lollipop users earlier complained about.
Google announced the Android 5.1 update in March with the company saying that it will only be initially available to selected units. While it was expected that Google will prioritize its own Nexus devices, the time frame for the roll out of the updates was not clear early on.
A report in Venture Capital Post also confirmed that the first update received by selected users on Nexus 5 last month was different from what Nexus 5 owners are receiving now. The current version is said to bring SIM card improvements, which was not present in the first build. more >>
A first gen Nike Fuelband lookalike called Gameband has hit the market for a soft release allowing users to play Minecraft wherever they go.
Distributed by Microsoft, Gameband, the first wearable Minecraft device, lets users take their Worlds with them and play Minecraft anywhere and anytime wherever they have access to a computer or a laptop.
The bracelet is made from durable hardware and infused with speed-oriented software that works on Windows, Mac and Linux. Gameband is capable of saving players' Worlds and backs up games onto security-fortified cloud-based servers. more >>
A couple of years ago, the Apple Worldwide Developer's Conference was the venue for new Apple devices, particularly in the MacBook range and other consumer devices.
However, trends change, and the once hardware-focused event has become a software-central conference. Last year, the Cupertino manufacturer did not release any hardware devices, but announced the beta version of iOS 8, and hinted the OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
This year, the focus on software could still be the trend for Apple. more >>
The next installment of the "Black Ops" series of "Call of Duty" is coming to the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, generally called next generation consoles. "Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" may likely have a PC version as well, but it is not yet clear if versions for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 will be developed.
The story is set in "a dark, twisted future where a new breed of Black Ops soldier emerges and the lines are blurred between our own humanity and the technology we created to stay ahead, in a world where cutting-edge military robotics define warfare," as reported by Gamespot.
The game will have three modes: Campaign, Multiplayer and Zombies. more >>