Gamers of CD Projekt Red's hit action-adventure game "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" should be on the lookout this week for the arrival of the recently-announced free DLC.
The report from IGN.com, who picked up the announcement made by the company through their official Twitter account, said that this would be the second to the last add-on content of the well-received RPG.
The social media post from CDPR further indicates that the 15th DLC is called the "New Finisher Animations" which, as the title suggests, enables new finishing animations for Geralt of Rivia. more >>
Rumors have emerged Sony will be rolling out two new smartphones, the Xperia S60 and Xperia S70, soon.
Just over two weeks after Sony was planning to unveil its latest flagship, the Xperia Z5, in the fall, rumors surfaced that the Japanese technology conglomerate will be making it a trio with two new high-end mobile phones, the Xperia S60 and Xperia S70.
The two new upcoming smartphones will supposedly be simultaneously revealed with the Z5 by mid-August, possibly before the 2015 IFA conference in Berlin. more >>
Researchers have finally been able to decipher, using hi-tech technology, a burned parchment originally discovered 45 years ago at the Dead Sea, and found it to be a part of the book of Leviticus from a 1,500-year-old Torah scroll.
"The deciphering of the fragment, which was a puzzle for us for 45 years, is very exciting," said Sefi Porath, who led the Ein Gedi excavations, according to The Jerusalem Post.
Cosmologist Stephen Hawking is working with Russian Internet entrepreneur Yuri Milner to launch a $100 million space program that will be the most ambitious hunt for alien life in history.
The New York Times reported on Monday that the money will go into the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, or SETI program, and for the next decade will allow astronomers to use a special type of radar to search for alien life from the 1,000 closest stars to Earth.
When announcing the initiative, Hawking said: "In an infinite universe there must be other occurrences of life. Or do our lights wander a lifeless universe? Either way, there is no bigger question." more >>
Samsung recently unveiled its latest tablet that is said to go head to head with Apple's iPad. The Samsung Galaxy Tablet S2 is Samsung's thinnest table to date. According to reports, the tablet is said to be the "thinnest and lightest" tablet yet.
The unveiling comes after several leaks started circulating about the new tablet of Samsung. The new tablet will be coming in two size options, the 9.7-inch one and the 8.0-inch one. It is said to be the thinnest, at only 5.6mm and the lightest at only 389 grams. Apple's iPad is slightly thicker at 6.1mm.
In an official press release about the new device, Samsung's CEO and President of IT & Mobile Division JK Shin said, "the Galaxy Tab S2 gives users quick, easy access to a wealth of superior viewing and productivity features. We believe the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is the most complete personal visual device designed for consumers to carry and use anywhere." more >>
Despite not having a definite release date, "Dark Souls III" remains among the most-anticipated action-role-playing games these days. The game is a sequel for "Dark Souls II," which was released in December 2012.
According to a report in Tech Times, the upcoming game will introduce gameplay that is faster-paced than the older installments of the game. The game is developed by the same developer that worked on another action-RPG, "Bloodborne," which is the Japan-based From Software. Both games are said to "feature methodical combat and a punishing difficulty" and the way characters progress in the game are the same.
Change is said to come in "Dark Souls III." If in the previous "Dark Souls" games, players were encouraged and rewarded to take their time and use their shields to block attacks, the new game is said to be encouraging the opposite, much like what gameplay was like in "Bloodborne." more >>