2877893-fallout4_trailer_wasteland_1433355638Fallout 4 is a game that many gamers have been waiting for for years. GIven that in the past we have seen fake leaks and pranks, we guess gamers must have felt some kind of relief when it was officially announced at E3 2015 last month. That being said if you’re worried about getting through the game too quickly, it seems unlikely that will happen.

In an interview with OXM (via Gamespresso), the game’s lead producer Jeff Gardiner revealed that Fallout 4 would be packed with as much as 400 hours worth of content. Of course if you’re planning on doing speed runs this would be a very different story, but if you’re the type of gamer who loves exploring the game in its entirety, you will have a lot of content to comb through. Read full post →Fallout 4 Has Over 400 Hours Of Content

Some of you guys might recall that a couple of months ago, an exploit nicknamed Thunderstrike was discovered for Mac computers, where basically it could allow hackers to modify the firmware of a Mac computer. Further proving the vulnerability and bringing it to attention, a group of researchers have built on that exploit, resulting in Thunderstrike 2.

According to a report from WIRED, it seems that Thunderstrike is basically a worm that can infect the firmware of a Mac computer, thus making it impossible to be removed. Issuing a patch would be impossible since the worm is said to be able to block the update or reinstall itself regardless of what’s been done. Read full post →Researchers Create First Firmware Worm That Can Infect Macs

iphone_1715mah_batteryAs it stands the iPhone 6 has a battery size of 1,810mAh. However thanks to the folks at Nowhereelse.fr (via MacRumors), they appear to have gotten their hands on what looks like a battery belonging to an unlaunched iPhone. The battery size in question is 1,715mAh which makes it smaller than the iPhone 6.

This has led to speculation that it could be for the rumored 4-inch iPhone 6c, although the last we heard about that phone, apparently Apple had decided to scrap their plans for it. So perhaps this battery could indeed be for the smaller device, but we may never find out if the rumors about it being scrapped are true. Read full post →Photo Of Alleged 1,715mAh iPhone Battery Surfaces

Drone Aircraft

Effective from August 15th, China is going to restrict exports of few drones and supercomputers. The country is concerned about the technology going into wrong hands and could be advantageous for the “illegal elements”, which is hinted towards a rebellion group based in western China’s Xinjiang province.
Read full post →China To Limit Export Of High-Altitude Flying Military Drones


phantom pain

Konami announced today that it is going to release Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain for PC alongside the console iterations on September 1st, the title is now available for pre-order via Steam and it will include a copy of its prologue Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeros for free. Previously the PC iteration was supposed to be released on September 15th but Konami has listened to calls from PC users and decided to move up the release.

Read full post →Metal Gear Solid 5 PC Release Moved Up As Metal Gear Online Gets Delayed

Many of us fail to understand why there’s no full-fledged Iron Man game out yet even though games featuring other superheros have been released, and while there’s no hope yet that an Iron Man title will be released soon, there is a way you can fulfill your fantasy of taking Tony Stark’s suit out for a spin. There’s a GTA 5 Iron Man mod which actually happens to be quite impressive to say the least.

Read full post →GTA 5 Iron Man Mod Is Very Impressive


Sony’s cloud game streaming service PlayStation Now has been limited to the company’s consoles since it arrived and it’s currently available to users in just a handful of markets. The company is gradually expanding the service’s reach and the next step in that endeavor is to bring it to PlayStation TV and the PlayStation Vita handheld. Sony has announced today that PlayStation Now for PS Vita and PS TV has now been released.

Read full post →PlayStation Now For PS Vita And PS TV Released


Rumors about this have been kicking in for a while now, and Microsoft’s commitment to Windows Phone platform is making it possible. Initially, the rumors sparked up with the Lumia 940 and Lumia 940XL and then it shifted to Lumia 950 and Lumia 950XL. In the latest turn of events, things have started looking up again and we might finally see Microsoft launching a Lumia 940, Lumia 940 XL and a Lumia 840 within this year.
Read full post →Microsoft Might Launch Lumia 940, Lumia 940 XL And Lumia 840 This Year


Not too long ago WhatsApp released an online version of its insanely popular instant messaging client that’s already available for a wide variety of platforms, this meant that people could just fire up their browsers if they wanted to use WhatsApp without having to pick up a mobile device. Initially the web client was restricted to work with Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Opera only but soon support for WhatsApp’s web version will be added to Microsoft Edge.

Read full post →WhatsApp Web Support Coming To Microsoft Edge

note 5 leak

Samsung has an event lined up for next month where it’s going to unveil the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge+, both handsets will be officially announced at the Unpacked event on August 13th. There have already been many leaks and reports related to this device, today we have a reddit user providing us with the first hands-on impression of both handsets.

Read full post →Redditor Provides First Hands-On Impression Of Galaxy Note 5 And Galaxy S6 Edge+