One of the perks of playing racing video games is that you get to drive the car of your dreams. You don’t have to worry about breaking the law, getting into accidents, and best of all, you don’t have to worry about gas, or maybe you do if you’re planning on getting your hands on EA’s Need for Speed: No Limits.
As we’re sure many of you are well aware, EA is a fan of in-app purchases and it seems that Need for Speed: No Limits will not be any different. Now typically in-app purchases have thus manifested themselves in the form of novelty items, cosmetic upgrades, or additional maps, vehicles, weapons, armor, and etc. However with No Limits, it seems that EA wants players to pay for gas. Read full post →EA’s Need For Speed: No Limits Will Charge Players For Gas Money
Perhaps at the start of LG’s smartphone career, the company did not do as well as their South Korean rival Samsung, but over the years LG has made progress and with the LG G3 from last year, LG made quite an impression, so much so that according to LG’s latest financials, it seems that the company is doing pretty well for itself.
According to the numbers released by LG, they have announced that they managed to see an increase in annual revenue by as much as 16% which is about $14.26 billion. The company states that this is thanks to the North American market where they have seen an increase in demand for their handsets. Read full post →LG Shipped 60 Million Smartphones In 2014, Sees An Increase In Revenue