Apple's latest iPhone is coming, and people want to know more about the phone that they are looking forward to this year. The latest flagship phone is said to be announced in September with a release following the next month.
Nowadays, the standard 4.0-inch screen of previous iPhones won't be able to compete against the bigger screens of other competitors like Samsung's Galaxy series or the recently released LG G3. Apple is planning to release two versions of the iPhone 6, a 4.7-inch variant and a bigger 5.5-inch variant. If ever Apple does plan to release a 5.5-inch version, it would be the biggest iPhone to be released.
The iPhone 6 is also rumored to have the TouchID fingerprint recognition feature as well as a Sapphire crystal display. The Sapphire display is supposed to be stronger and more scratch-resistant than the Corning Gorilla Glass present in most smartphones in the market. more >>
With the release of a new Nexus phone every year since the phone was made available in 2010, fans of the Google smartphone are now wondering when the Nexus 6 will be released.
Experts have looked back at the dates when the previous Nexus phones were released, and according to PC Advisor, if history repeats itself, the Nexus 6 could be released during the later part of this year's fourth quarter.
For now, the only word about the Nexus 6's possible release dates is from Google's senior vice president, Sundar Pichai, who said that it would not launch in the first half of 2014, which makes a fourth quarter launch an even bigger possibility. more >>
Sony revealed the PS Plus August 2014 lineup available for North American and European subscribers recently.
Starting August, PS Plus handlers can enjoy a wide variety of games.
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2014's San Diego Comic-Con and the latest E3 event purported even further details of the much anticipated fourth installment of BioWare's mega hit game series Mass Effect.
IGN.com reports that during the event, the developers stated that Mass Effect 4 will take place in a whole new area of space.
The news further revealed BioWare's confirmation that Commander Shepard, the lead character of the previous ME trilogy, will not return and so are his companions. more >>
It's already been months since the release of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and it's safe to assume that the successor to the Galaxy Note 3 will be following close behind. The South Korean tech giant's latest addition to its flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 4, might see a release later this year.
There hasn't been any official announcement from Samsung regarding an exact release date but there are rumors that the phablet might come out in September. If anything, expect the phone to come out before the holiday season.
As for the specs that will come with the Note 4, there's nothing solid yet except for a few things. Since the competition is going by "bigger-is-better," the Note 4 could get an increase in screen size from the Galaxy Note 3's 5.7-inch screen. Possibly, the Note 4 might get an increase in screen size but it also might not. more >>
Earlier this year, Intel had experienced a delay in their production lines, causing Apple to push the release date of the new Macbooks a few months into 2015. Intel has announced, however, that production for the Broadwell chips are now back on track and will be shipping before the holiday season kicks in.
Intel however, is producing a few variants of the Broadwell chips and has only confirmed that it will be putting out Broadwell chips of the M variety. What Apple needs unfortunately are the U variants of the chips, which may not come out of production until 2015. This will invariably also push the release date of the Macbook Air with Retina to 2015.
When the Broadwell U chips do come out, the Macbook Air with Retina Displays should follow closely. The new chips that will replace the Haswell processor in previous models will enable the Macbooks to experience better battery life by as much as 30 percent. more >>