sony a77 II  alpha a77 III  03 640x558Back in the day when photographers wanted a more advanced camera, they’d have to turn to an SLR or DSLR camera. However in today’s day and age, photographers have the option of turning to mirrorless cameras which are smaller, lighter, and possibly cheaper than their DSLR counterparts.

In fact there are several professional photographers who have sworn and made the full switch to mirrorless since. Given that Sony has recently released their full frame mirrorless cameras, it is understandable why. So what does that mean for Sony? Could they possibly be thinking about moving more towards mirrorless cameras in the future? Read full post →Sony To Keep Developing Both A-Mount And E-Mount Systems



office2 1020 verge super wide 640x409So with Windows 9 possibly pegged for an announcement on the 30th of September, could there be more to the announcement than just Windows 9? After all the invite did say the future of windows and the enterprise, so could a new version of Office be in the works? Well apparently so.

According to The Verge’s sources, it seems that Microsoft is preparing an Office Technical Preview as well which would basically be the next version of its Office suite of productivity apps. Their sources have also informed them that Microsoft has been distributing copies of Office to their partners and testers, giving them a preview of some of its new features. Read full post →Next Version Of Microsoft Office Screenshots Leaked


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Metal Gear Solid is probably one of the more recognizable video game franchises at the moment. The studio behind the game has made great strides in terms of improving the gameplay and graphics with every release, and safe to say that many are looking forward to the next installment of the game – Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.

Well the good news is that during the Tokyo Game Show 2014, the game’s director Hideo Kojima confirmed that we would most likely be seeing the game’s release in 2015. Unfortunately Kojima did not mention when exactly we would be seeing it, but it certainly lines up with previous reports that hinted at a 2015 release. Read full post →Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Confirmed For 2015, Trailer Released


mkx controllerDifferent games can be played with different types of controllers. For example FPS gamers can choose to play using the keyboard and mouse, or by using a gamepad. Arcade fighting games can also be played using the gamepad, although there are some who swear that using fight sticks feels more authentic and handles better.

We suppose at the end of the day it really boils down to your personal preference. That being said, if you’re looking forward to the upcoming Mortal Kombat X, you might be interested to learn that there could be a custom Mortal Kombat X controller in the works. This is thanks to a photo snapped by Alex Jebailey, the community manager for Iron Galaxy Studios, who spotted the controller at the GameStop EXPO last week. Read full post →Custom Mortal Kombat X Controllers Spotted


rogue ceEarlier this year, Ubisoft unveiled Assassin’s Creed Rogue which is game that the company is hoping will go on sale later this year. The game is designed for current-gen consoles like the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3, versus Assassin’s Creed Unity which has been designed for next-gen consoles in mind.

Basically what this means is that gamers of both current and next-gen consoles will be covered, but what about PC gamers? Have they been left out of the loop? Well for now there is no official PC version of either game, but it seems that it is an area that Ubisoft will be looking into. Read full post →Ubisoft Considering Assassin’s Creed Rogue For The PC


google logo 2011 10 25Google might have started out as a humble search engine, but over the years, the company has expanded and evolved and are now known for many things. This includes providing online services like email, researching how to provide the whole world with internet, building self-driving cars, and more just to name a few.

However it seems that Google’s CEO Larry Page has decided that maybe Google itself isn’t big enough to handle all of that, and according to a report from The Information, Page has started up a project within Google called Google 2.0. This project has reportedly been started about a year ago and with Google 2.0, Page is hoping to explore some of the challenges faced by humanity today. Read full post →Larry Page’s Google 2.0 Will Explore The Challenges Of Humanity


ios 8 iphone 4s 640x197So iOS 8 is here and we guess one of the good things to using iOS devices is that for the most part, Apple tends to support older devices with major OS revisions for years after, which is good news for those who might be holding back on updating just yet. However it seems that if you are still a proud owner of the iPhone 4S, you might want to hold off on updating to iOS 8 for now.

Why is this, you ask? While your device will technically be able to run iOS 8, the folks at ArsTechnica have done some testing and they found out that the end result might not necessarily be a good one. As you can see in the chart above, it shows that with iOS 8 installed, launching time of apps has slowed down somewhat. Read full post →iOS 8 On The iPhone 4S Might Not Be Ideal


Samsung SM A500 640x390About a week ago, we reported that Samsung had a new handset in the works that went by the model number SM-A500. Based on the model it is presumably part of Samsung’s Galaxy Alpha series of handsets and thanks to China’s TENAA (the country’s equivalent of the FCC), photos of the upcoming handset have been revealed.

The images reveal just how thin the SM-A500 with its thickness measured at 6.7mm, thus making it as thin as the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. However based on its design, it seems that Samsung has made some revisions to the overall design and it does not sport the weird grooves at the side which is what the Galaxy Alpha had. Read full post →Samsung SM-A500 Spotted On TENAA Website


ios 8 640x426Are you thinking about updating your iOS device to iOS 8 that was released just yesterday? Well if you’re still thinking if the update is worth it, you might be pleased to learn that for those who value privacy, iOS 8 could be worth updating to. Why is that, you ask? Well apparently in iOS 8, Apple has changed the way that they are encrypting your data.

The company has recently revealed via its website (via Gizmodo) that they are no longer able to bypass a user’s passcode, meaning that if and when law enforcement asks them to turn over your data, they will be unable to access your data, thus resulting in the search warrant being somewhat moot. Read full post →iOS 8 Changes The Way Apple Handles Law Enforcement Data Requests


halo reach demoThis coming November 2014, we will see the good people over at 343 Industries deliver a slew of remastered titles that make up the core Halo games, namely Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, and Halo 4. Talking about all these titles can be quite a mouthful, which is why they are officially known as “The Master Chief Collection,” and if that is not enough, Halo fans have voiced out that the other Halo titles, too, should see a port being made to be delivered up to the Xbox One.

Read full post →Halo Reach And ODST Could Be Ported To Xbox One