The upcoming sequel of "Gravity Rush" is expected to bring new features to the game.
"Gravity Rush" was well received by gamers, as it presented an interesting mode that allowed gravity modification. With that, players were able to explore a new kind of game play. The success of the previously released game created made fans expected for what the second installment of the title will bring.
It was reproted that the game will maximize the features of the PlayStation 4, which will bring the gaming experience to the big screen. According to the demo shown in E3, the game will be set in a new city, which has influences from West Europe type of surroundings. The visuals remain consistent with the previous installment, as it presented from comic book and anime like aestehtics. more >>
Apple fans are expecting the release of the MacBook Pro 2016 this coming June but it could be delayed until October to give way to a 13-inch Retina MacBook next month.
The Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) slated this June was initially reported as the target date of the Pro release but Apple may be releasing a smaller MacBook variant, TheBitBag said. After the June window, the company may choose to release the MacBook Pro 2016 this coming October after the expected release of an iPhone 7.
This upcoming laptop iteration is something that tech aficionados have waited for because of the promise of major specs upgrade and a brand new design. The same report added that it will be slimmer than earlier releases and will also have bigger memory and a faster processor. more >>
"Call of Duty: Black Ops III" players can now send their support to military veterans with the purchase of calling cards worth $4 each.
Video game publisher Activision announced this special promotion coinciding Memorial Day weekend, Gamespot said. All players gamers need to do to extend help to the veterans is to buy three animated calling cards for $4 each.
The three cards, as per Cinema Blend, show images that represent the main branches of the military in the United States — Army, Navy and Air Force. One card shows two soldiers standing beside a tank, the other bears an image of an old fighter plane while the last bears an image of military divers. more >>
Could Snapchat be developed by the devil?
While many may scoff at the notion, motivational speaker, author and daughter of Bishop T.D. Jakes may think so. Sarah Jakes Roberts, also the wife of Senior Pastor Touré Roberts of One Church International in Los Angeles, took to social media to speak about her feelings concerning Snapchat's filter settings that can alter your face into different characters.
While excitement over the latest buzz on the new Xbox One is sweeping the tech world in recent days, gaming fans should also realize that nothing is cast in stone as of yet. At least, not until the Microsoft people themselves officially put the rumors to rest.
Nonetheless, we bring you a roundup of what we have gathered so far from different sources that have set off the rumor mill.
More Than One Xbox One Console in the Works more >>
Just recently, some unscrupulous hacker was able to breach and leak 117 million LinkedIn accounts. Another instance that underscores the need to tighten password security against the ubiquitous cyberattacks nowadays.
Thankfully, the Microsoft people decided they won't be sleeping on it. They recently announced that they are "dynamically banning" passwords that they deem as weak and hackneyed.
The tech giant said that they see about 10 million accounts being assailed every day so they have a good idea of passwords that are not impregnable. These include "123456," "password," "qwerty," and "starwars," says a Mashable report. more >>