Resident Evil 7 Could Be Announced At E3 2014 [Rumor]Resident Evil 6 was announced and launched back in 2012 and in 2013, we heard the rumors that Resident Evil 7 could be announced at E3, but unfortunately those rumors did not pan out. However thanks to recent rumors as per an article on Sankei Shimbun, a Japanese economic newspaper, they claim that Resident Evil 7 is expected to be announced this year at E3 2014.

The gaming convention will be taking place in the middle of the year and the report claims that Capcom is expected to unveil the new Resident Evil title then. The title is also said to be non-exclusive to any particular platform and that will be most likely make its way onto multiple platforms, so that’s good news for gamers who might be a little worried about exclusivity.
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LinkedIn Polls For Groups Will Be Shutting Down 15th MayWhile Facebook is seen more as a casual sort of social network, LinkedIn could be thought of as a more professional version of Facebook where people use it to connect to others of varying professions, like to build up a work-related network so to speak.

It is also because of the number of professionals that use LinkedIn that it can also be used to poll professionals who use the website, but unfortunately it looks like that feature could soon be shutting down.
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Unlike software, hardware isn’t updated frequently. If an application has any bugs or security flaws, a patch will fix it in no time, but if a piece of hardware is made and released to the public and there are some glaring issues, a hardware recall might be necessary. That being said, wouldn’t it be nice if you had a piece of hardware that could evolve over time?

That’s what the folks being Binauric are trying to do with a speaker they are calling the Boom Boom. The speaker itself is pretty straightforward and will pair with your smartphone via Bluetooth, but the main difference is that the longer you’ve had the Boom Boom speakers, the more functionalities it will get.
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Unfortunately not everywhere we go comes with free WiFi. In fact research has shown that perhaps using public WiFi might not be the safest idea, especially if you’re trying to send confidential files or have data you’d rather not have intercepted. That being said, you can create your own hotspot using your phone but that drains battery, so what else can you do? How about the BB.Suit?

The Bb.Suit is essentially a jacket in which through a special 3D technique is used in the knitting process, it leaves space for WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC, and GPS connectivity which would turn the wearer into a walking hotspot! In fact the BB.Suit doesn’t look geeky at all and could totally pass off as a regular hoodie.
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Sony Pictures Register BioShock Movie DomainsGiven the steampunk nature of BioShock, we can totally see how the movie might be pretty appealing to moviemakers, although oddly enough we haven’t really heard anything about the possibility of a movie, at least until now. It seems that Sony Pictures has recently registered for a trio of domain names:,, and

The latter doesn’t really tell us much although the former two domain name registrations seems to suggest that Sony Pictures could be interested in making a BioShock movie, or are at least looking to protect the IP in the event that a movie is made. Of course it is possible that the domain registrations are fake as we have seen in the past, but at the same time it’s not so far-fetched.
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LG G3 Mini Rumored To Be In The WorksWe have been hearing rumors about the LG G3 for a while now and what we know about the device is that it could feature a 2K display, but other than that, the rest is pretty much speculation. However thanks to new rumors that have surfaced, it seems that not only will there be an LG G3, but there will apparently be an LG G3 mini as well.

We’re not sure what it is with Android OEMs and creating mini versions of their handsets, but presumably there is a demand out there otherwise they wouldn’t have bothered, right? In any case the LG G3 mini rumors have started due to a “B2 mini” codename that has surfaced. Given that the LG G3 is expected to be known as the B2, the B2 mini is presumably the LG G3 mini.
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BlackBerry Classic Pegged For November ReleaseDuring MWC 2014, BlackBerry announced that they were working on a device called the BlackBerry Classic. Unfortunately apart from the fact that we know that it will pack an integrated trackpad, much like the BlackBerry devices from the good old days, not much else is known about the device, such as how it looks like, hardware specs, and availability.

The handset is currently pegged for a release later this year but thanks to a recent interview that BlackBerry’s CEO, John Chen, did with USA Today, it has been revealed that the BlackBerry Classic will most likely see a release in November, although no specific dates were mentioned, but it’s definitely something to look forward to.
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Apple And Google Reportedly Vying For Mobile Game ExclusivesBack in the day it used to be which platform had more apps available for it, but as developers started to craft apps for both iOS and Android simultaneously, it soon became a matter of which app is available on which platform exclusively, kind of like Xbox versus PlayStation in which exclusive games can help gamers decide which platform to go for.

That being said, it seems that Apple and Google are seriously considering taking things to the next level and are looking to provide top game developers incentives to create for the platform exclusively, or at least a limited time exclusive. This is according to a report from The Wall Street Journal who claims that Apple and Google are working on vying for the attention of the top game developers.
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Slew Of Samsung Devices Appear On Zauba, QHD Model One Of ThemSamsung has been pretty busy, at least that’s what Zauba’s records seem to indicate. The database has recently revealed that there are a slew of Samsung handsets that are headed to India for testing, and some of these devices have yet to be announced. In fact it also seems that one of the devices that is being tested is the rumored QHD version of the Samsung Galaxy S5.

This is evidenced in the model numbers that have been spotted which includes the SM-G906S and the Sm-G906K, with the former expected to make its way onto South Korean carrier SK Telecom, while the latter will also be for another Korean carrier, KT. Based on this it seems that we can only assume that the QHD version of the Galaxy S5 could see an initial launch in South Korea before heading to other markets.
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Microsoft Holograph Technology Ushers In The FutureThe future of interactive user interfaces might be here already, assuming you are into cool looking 3D holograms that tend to be featured in sci-fi movies and TV shows. Microsoft Research has shown off a new project known as Holograph recently, where it was put through the paces, rendering large amounts of data, and not only in 3D, but also in a manner where it resembles as though it is being projected above a display.

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