The developer of the latest iteration of the Call of Duty franchise, Sledgehammer Games, is looking at opportunities to recreate some of the most classic Call of Duty maps in Advanced Warfare. Released late last year, Advanced Warfare is set in the future, where a private military contractor goes rogue against the state. There are plenty of technological advancements apart from those exosuits that characters in the game take to the battlefield.

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The next iteration in the Battlefield franchise is going to arrive next month. If response from gamers during the beta period was any indication this game might do well once it is finally released. However before the title is released for everybody on March 17th, EA Access members will be able to get their hands on it a full five days early, on March 12th to be precise.

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We picked up on a report yesterday which pointed towards the possibility that a DLC inspired by the popular Fast & Furious movie franchise might be released soon for Forza Horizon 2. Sure enough Microsoft has now confirmed that this is going to happen. Xbox and Universal Partnerships & Licensing have come together to bring this experience exclusively to Microsoft’s console owners.

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It was first reported in August last year that China may have banned Apple products for state purchases. The country didn’t provide an official explanation at that time and it was believed that China made this move following the revelations of widespread electronic spying by the NSA. A new report from Reuters reveals that China has indeed banned Apple, Cisco and other U.S. tech companies so their products can’t be purchased for state business.

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In November last year Jawbone announced the third generation model of its popular UP fitness tracker. Despite the fact that many months have passed since this product was announced Jawbone is yet to ship this product. In fact the company does not have a Jawbone UP3 release date to share at this point in time due to the fact that it is facing manufacturing issues.

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Even though the Apple Watch was unveiled last year the company kept some of the crucial details to itself. Only recently did CEO Tim Cook reveal that shipments of this new product are going to begin in April 2015. We still don’t know the final pricing for Apple’s first wearable device and might still be in the dark about some of its features. The company is going to shed more light on all this at its Apple Watch event which has been confirmed today. The event takes place on March 9th in San Francisco.

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In just two days Samsung is going to formally unveil the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. Ever since the company unveiled Galaxy Note Edge last year it was rumored that a similar version will also be released with the next Galaxy S flagship. Sure enough all rumors and leaks point to this possibility but a new report out of Korea claims that the curved Edge display on this Galaxy S6 variant isn’t going to be as useful as its Galaxy Note Edge counterpart.

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Jawbone is widely known for its UP products, a line of fitness trackers, it has already captured the attention of many people around the world who opened their wallets to pay for its products and now it appears that Google is looking into the company. Citing several sources close to the situation a report from Re/code suggests that Google is looking to make an investment in Jawbone.

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Motorola has an online tool called Moto Maker which you can use to customize a smartphone that you purchase from the company. So far the tool has only been limited to smartphones but next month this is going to change. Motorola is going to open up Moto Maker to its Moto 360 smartwatch, allowing you to add your own personal touches to the wearable device, before it gets shipped to your doorstep.

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It was first reported earlier this month that Verizon could launch the BlackBerry Classic on February 26th. The carrier took its sweet time in confirming that this was indeed the launch date. A couple of days back Verizon did confirm that it will indeed start selling the BlackBerry Classic on February 26th. That day is today so interested customers can now pick up a unit from Big Red online.

Read full post →Verizon BlackBerry Classic Available For Purchase Online Starting Today