Bethesda isn’t necessarily a name you might think of when it comes to mobile games, but the company’s launch of Fallout Shelter proved to be a rather surprising success. This is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that Bethesda has a new mobile game in the works, as revealed during an interview with Glixel. Read full post →Bethesda Has A New Mobile Game In The Works

In case you didn’t know, there is a Metal Gear Solid movie in the works. Now we know that video game adaptations have never really turned out well, so forgive us if we’re a bit skeptical about how this particular movie will turn out as well. However the good news is that it looks like its director plans to keep it true to the series. Read full post →Metal Gear Solid Film Director Wants To Keep It True To The Series

Back when the first Sony PlayStation was launched, one of the ways Sony would promote the console and its capabilities was by putting demos of the console all over the place. One of the demo games that Sony would use was Crash Bandicoot which has become something of a classic, kind of like what Mario is to Nintendo. Read full post →Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy Will Be A PS4 Exclusive

At the moment the current Android name is “Nougat” as Google makes their way through the alphabet, and so far Google has been going with different names of desserts. That being said in 2017 we can expect the next major build of Android, which we can only assume will be called Android “O”. Read full post →Android SVP Teases ‘Oreo’ For Next Android Name

The other day thanks to a retailer listing the Moto G5 and G5 Plus, we managed to get a glimpse at the specs and images of the upcoming handset. In case that wasn’t enough, new alleged hands-on photos have made their way online thanks to Brazilian website Dudu Rocha Tec (via PhoneArena). Read full post →New Alleged Moto G5 Hands-On Photos Leaked

As you might have heard, Facebook recently announced their plans to make changes to how videos are played on its platform. The company has decided that by default, videos will soon start to play automatically with the sound on. Apparently this has been well-received as Facebook claims to have gotten “positive feedback” from it. Read full post →Chrome Extension Will Prevent Facebook Videos From Autoplaying

At the moment there are still many countries around the world in which Apple Pay has yet to be made available in. The good news is that if you’re living in Germany or Italy, it seems that there is a good chance that the service will soon be making its way to your shores. This is according to a recent discovery made by Polish website iMagazine (via 9to5Mac). Read full post →Apple Pay Could Soon Be Arriving In Germany And Italy

As you might have heard with the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo is changing its online services where users will have to pay a monthly subscription for users to use its services and to play games with others. This is pretty much in line with what we’ve seen from other platforms such as Sony and Microsoft, and it makes sense as it brings Nintendo a new source of revenue. Read full post →You Can Now Claim Your Nintendo Account User ID

At the moment wireless charging is still not 100% wireless. It is wireless in the sense that your phone does not need to be attached to a cable, but you will still need to lay it on top of a wireless charging mat for it to work. In some case it might even prove to be not as useful since taking it off the mat will disrupt the charging process. Read full post →Disney Research Builds Prototype Wireless Charging Room

Following the success that is the Amazon Echo, there have been multiple reports in the past that have suggested that Apple could be following suit with a Siri speaker of their own. In fact Google themselves launched Google Home with Google Assistant baked into the speakers, so why not Apple, right? Read full post →Apple Might Not Make A Siri Standalone Speaker After All