It would only be about a week before February arrives. This new month could mean new free game titles for PlayStation Plus Network subscribers.
Needless to say, it is still too early to tell which video game titles will be included in the upcoming roster of PlayStation Plus games list. However, this timeframe won't stop fans, mostly hanging out around the PS Community forums, to voice out their guesses.
December and this month's list saw some AAA games which a lot of paying members believe were put up to somehow compensate for the downtime ruckus the PSN and XBL hacking activities have caused. But normally, Sony would offer a number of high quality indie games for its patrons. more >>
Owners of the current-gen gaming console from Microsoft, Xbox One, will have the opportunity to get their hands on the free full-version trial of Visceral Games' most anticipated first-person shooting game "Battlefield Hardline."
A report from IGN.com cited Battlefield's official Twitter account confirming the news that EA Access would be offering the opportunity to players to try on various upcoming games earlier than their slated release dates.
As said, Visceral Games' cops v robbers shooters game is included in the program. more >>
Though the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus just made their debut a few months ago, there's already a lot of speculation about the iPhone 7.
For one, the device will reportedly not be called the iPhone 7, but the iPhone 6s. There's also a rumor that this could be accompanied by the cheaper iPhone 6c. However, it has been rumored for a few years now that Apple is considering removing the "S" and "C" naming conventions from their upcoming devices due to the public's negative perception of them. According to Macworld.co, another option that has been proposed by avid Apple fans is that the iPhone 7 will be called the iPhone Air.
There are rumors that Apple will be coming out with three new handsets this year—the iPhone 6c which has a 4-inch screen, the iPhone 6s with a 4.7-inch display, and the iPhone 7 with a 5.5-inch screen. more >>
Recent tech news circulating the Web right now pointed out to a rumor saying that Apple may have its own stylus to accompany the purported iPad Pro.
A report from Gizmodo.com cited an Apple Insider article saying that the Cupertino-based tech giant might be planning to make their own "iPen" or "Apple Pen" to complement its upcoming 12.9-inch tablet device. The rumor originated from long-time Apple tipster Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities.
As stated, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus maker "already has patents" for its own stylus intended for yet another alleged device from their manufacturing line. more >>
The Taiwan-based tech company, HTC Corp., hass yet to unveil its next flagship, the reported HTC One M9, in the upcoming Mobile World Congress event on March 1. But fans won't only be seeing the M8 successor.
Bloomberg reported that the forthcoming device will arrive with an "improved camera and audio features," and also with its first wearable companion.
Aptly named the M9, the smartphone will hit the shelves with a 20-megapixel rear camera which is to be coupled with their proprietary HTC UltraPixel front snapper. The unnamed source for Bloomberg went on to say that the companion device will link with Under Armour Inc.'s fitness service. more >>
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun revealed the company's new phablet, which is the Mi Note.
The device with a 5.7-inch high definition screen measures 6.95 millimeters and weighs 161 grams. Xiaomi used Corning's Gorilla Glass 3 for the Mi Note's cover complete with a 2.5D curve at front part and 3D curve at the back.
As for the main camera, it has 13 megapixels attached with a Sony CMOS sensor, optical image stabilization, Philips two-tone flash, and six-element lens. It produced good looking images on the Mi Note's screen. more >>