If you’ve been meaning to get your hands on some Nintendo Switch and/or 3DS titles but felt that some of them were a tad expensive, you’ll be pleased to learn that to celebrate E3 2018 (which has since ended), Nintendo has launched a special sale in which select games have received some pretty big discounts. Read full post →Nintendo Celebrating E3 2018 With A Sale On Switch & 3DS Games



Oprah Winfrey is no doubt a name that many are familiar with when it comes to television. However it seems that in the future we can expect to see some original Oprah Winfrey content come to Apple’s platform as the company has announced a multi-year deal with the famed talk show host. Read full post →Apple Partners Up With Oprah Winfrey For Original Programming


Just like how with PayPal, users can opt to make payments through the website or through the mobile app. There is no right or wrong way, just personal preferences. However it seems that with Venmo, the company has decided that they will only support payments made through its mobile app moving forwards. Read full post →Venmo Will No Longer Support Payments Made Through Its Website


While Kingdom Hearts 3 was no doubt the focus on Square Enix’s E3 2018 presentation, a notable absence at Square Enix’s presentation was the Final Fantasy VII remake. The game was announced a couple of years ago but fast forward to today, Square Enix has revealed little to nothing about the game and their progress. Read full post →Tetsuya Nomura Reassures That Final Fantasy VII Remake Is In Development


As some of you guys might have heard, several TV shows were cancelled by their networks in the recent month or so. However quite a few of them were “saved”, such as comedy Brooklyn Nine-Nine which was picked up by NBC after Fox had cancelled it, and The Expanse which was saved by Amazon after Syfy decided not to renew it. Read full post →Netflix Will Renew Fox’s Cancelled ‘Lucifer’ For A Fourth Season


If classic video games are your kind of thing, then you might be interested to learn that Nintendo has announced that they will be bringing two long-lost arcade games onto the Nintendo Switch console. This comes in the form of Donkey Kong and Sky Skipper, with the former already available while the latter will be coming in July. Read full post →Classic Nintendo Arcade Games Will Be Headed To The Switch


Didi Chuxing might be a name that some of you guys are familiar with. For those who aren’t, they are basically China’s take on ride-hailing services and back in 2016, they actually managed to squeeze out Uber, where the company sold China operations to the Chinese company and through a stock swap, turned Uber into a stakeholder as well. Read full post →China’s Didi Chuxing Ride-Hailing Service Expands To Australia


Considering that iOS 12 will be released later this year, this means that iOS 7 was about five years ago. While it’s safe bet that the majority of iOS users are probably already on the latest version of iOS, WhatsApp has since updated its support where they state that the app will no longer support iOS 7 in 2020. Read full post →WhatsApp Will Stop Supporting iOS 7 In 2020


When Valve announced the Steam Link app, it sounded quite promising. After all who wouldn’t want to be able to play PC games on their mobile phones, right? Unfortunately the launch on iOS did not go the way Valve had hoped and Apple rejected the app, citing “business conflicts”, although there were no specifics given. Read full post →Valve Could Be Looking For Ways Get Steam Link For iOS Approved


We know that Apple is interested in getting their hands on original content that they will eventually launch on their platform. So far we’ve heard that the company has managed to land quite a few shows ranging in genre, as well as attracting several big names from Hollywood to star in them. Read full post →Apple Close To Landing A Deal For An Animated Movie