If there is one thing Blizzard is known for it would be the attention to details in their games. The company has no qualms at cancelling games or delaying them as long as it means that the final product is a polished one. That being said when the last chapter in StarCraft 2 was announced last year, we expected that we might probably see it in 2016.
However it turns out that maybe we won’t have to wait so long. During Blizzard’s quarterly earnings, the developer revealed that there is a good chance that Legacy of the Void could be released by the end of 2015. However it should be noted that the developer points out that it is “expected” to be released in 2015, meaning there is always some wiggle room for a possible delay. Read full post →StarCraft 2: Legacy Of The Could See 2015 Release
There have been talks that Apple is apparently interested in launching a 4-inch iPhone 6c. We’re not sure why they would do that given the popularity of their new large-screened handsets, but maybe, just maybe, Apple might want to try and appeal to emerging markets with a smaller and potentially cheaper device.
However recent rumors have suggested that plans for the launch this year have been scrapped but according to a new report from DigiTimes (via MacRumors) whose track record has been somewhat shoddy, the rumored iPhone 6c is said to be planned for a Q2 2016 launch instead, and that it will come with new 14/16nm FinFET chips manufactured by TSMC and Samsung. Read full post →iPhone 6c Rumored For Q2 2016 Launch