Samsung has just released a teaser video for latest flagship phone, the Galaxy S6, showing an all-metal design and curved sides.
Korean multinational Samsung recently beguiled users with its "The Next Galaxy" teaser video showing its newest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6, and unlike its predominantly plastic-encased predecessors, it features an all-metal body and a curved design.
"Tomorrow, metals will flow," the video's unseen female narrator intones cryptically. "Beauty will be powerful. Borders will disappear. Reflections will be free. Colors will live. The future will be the present." more >>
Rapper Kanye West just announced he is developing a video game to pay tribute to his mother, who passed away in 2007.
Recording artist, rapper and songwriter, Kanye West is currently in the process of creating his own video game, which draws inspiration from his mother, Dr. Donda West, who succumbed to heart disease in November 2007 following complications from liposuction and breast reduction surgery.
West's upcoming video game project will be based on his recording of "Only One," the rapper's 2014 collaboration with Beatles icon, Sir Paul McCartney, featuring lyrics West wrote about his mother and North, his daughter with reality star, Kim Kardashian. more >>
An announcement has made the rounds in the mobile community over the new Nokia Lumia 940's release at the end of summer this year.
PC Advisor released information on Nokia Lumia 940, one of the first ever Windows phones to run Microsoft Windows 10, slating its official release to be the end of summer 2015, citing the Lumia 930's U.K. sale date in July 2014.
Phone Arena has also released the Lumia 940 specs, which includes a 5-inch full HD display in 1080p protected by a Gorilla Glass 4 screen sheet. According to Tech Radar, this version of Gorilla Glass isn't available in the market as of yet, so the Lumia 940 may feature Corning's fourth generation tough specialized glass that's thin and light, yet damage resistant. more >>
Apple is set to release a series of beta programs by March to test new iOS releases for bugs and glitches before officially launching them to consumers.
American consumer electronic multinational, Apple will be opening beta versions of their iOS 8.3 and iOS9 to selected volunteer guinea pigs, just as they did iOS X Yosemite in 2014.
The previous year, the company released its Mac OS X to the public in a beta testing program that gave a reported one million select participants access to Apple's Yosemite before its official release. more >>
Various reports, leaks, rumors and speculations have surfaced so far in the lead up to the March 1 launch of Samsung Galaxy S6. Perhaps as a way of putting some of these speculations to rest, Samsung itself has revealed some interesting "tidbits" about their next flagship phone through recent posts on the company's official blog, Samsung Tomorrow.
The first big reveal has to do with better camera capabilities for the S6. According to a report in Tech2, the blogpost, written by DongHoon Jan, Samsung's Senior Vice President and Camera Head for Research and Development, talked about how the company has "focused on improving the functionality and the quality of our smartphone cameras to provide consumers with the freedom of being able to carry just one device."
This is done through aggressive research and development and the 2015 flagship phone of Samsung is no exception. He further describes the 2015 model as follows: "It will be intelligent and do all the thinking for users, allowing them to take amazing pictures under any conditions, without having to worry about anything more than just pressing the shutter button." more >>
Rumors have surfaced that a new "Rock Band" sequel is currently in development for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Harmonix Music Systems is said to be developing the next edition of their "Rock Band" series for current generation consoles, Xbox One and PS4. The reports made gaming headlines after the leading game development studio released a survey last month quizzing fans for suggestions and preferences for current generation sequels.
The survey asked users about the "Rock Band" versions they've played, the volume of downloadable content they've purchased for their game, and which features of "Rock Band" they've used consistently, whether playing solo or with friends. more >>