We have heard in the past that Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain will be released in either April or June 2015. That doesn’t appear to be the case. A video appeared online earlier today which featured Hideo Kojima, the series creator, himself revealing the Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain release date. Earlier this week Konami put up a teaser on its website and had us waiting until March 4th when it was due to make some announcement regarding this title.

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Before Samsung’s latest smartphones were unveiled it was rumored that the company has a rather strict diet plan for its TouchWiz software. It was rumored to remove all bloat from the software and even limit the number of apps that would be pre-installed on the devices. Two of Samsung’s services appear to have made the cut because Milk Music and Milk Video will both be pre-installed on Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge when they hit the market next month.

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In 2011 the BlackBerry Playbook was launched. The tablet didn’t do well in the market and BlackBerry lost a lot of money on it. Since then the company has not returned to the tablet market. Now with new leadership in place that’s taking the company into a different direction it is possible that a new tablet might also be on the cards. When asked about the possibility BlackBerry CEO John Chen said that he is open to the idea.

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As a PlayStation 4 owner I’ve been waiting for HBO Go to arrive. Nearly four months back the app was launched on the Xbox One and ever since that day I have been anxiously waiting for it to arrive on Sony’s console as well. Today the wait ends. HBO GO for PS4 has finally been released. The app will be available for download later today.

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Kickstarter is a great source to raise money through crowdfunding. We often cover some interesting projects from the crowdfunding website and seek money before they’re brought to market. Pebble’s original smartwatch remained the must funded Kickstarter project for quite some time until it was dethroned. Now the company has won the top spot once again aided by its second generation Pebble Time smartwatch for which it is also raising funds through Kickstarter.

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If you want to use all of the features that an Android Wear smartwatch offers then you are required to hook it up to an Android smartphone. Most smartwatches aren’t 3G or 4G enabled so they need to feed off the data connection from the smartphone. There is no official support for the iPhone yet but Google has never outright denied that support for the iPhone is impossible. Word on the street is that Android Wear iPhone support is coming soon.

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It was first rumored last year that Samsung is going to ditch the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810, a processor that is going to power many flagships this year, in favor of its own Exynos 7420 processor. Rumors had everybody believing that this had something to do with the overheating issues that the Snapdragon 810 was facing. It later turned out to be more of a business decision on Samsung’s part, to reduce its reliance on Qualcomm, and the company’s CEO has offered an explanation of sorts on this matter.

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Now that Samsung’s new smartphones have been unveiled we can focus our attention on what’s great and what’s not so great about the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge. The latter is Samsung’s first smartphone to feature dual edge display, the display curves on both sides of the smartphone, and it appears to be getting a lot of positive reviews. A Samsung executive has hinted that the company might bring its dual edge display to the next Galaxy Note handset, which if history is any indication, will arrive this fall.

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It was first reported last year that Tinder may launch premium options for a monthly subscription. The new features were to be bundled into a subscription based package called Tinder Plus. Now Tinder Plus has finally gone live. Price points vary depending upon your location, and age, yes age is a differentiating factor here. Features include the ability to undo a left swipe and being able to search for potential matches in places other than where you currently live.

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Netflix is one of the most popular online video streaming services that operates in a handful of markets. The company isn’t as strict about blocking users from outside of supported markets like some of its rivals, Hulu is a good example, so Netflix loves in Australia and New Zealand have always been able to access the service by taking advantage of a couple of loopholes. They won’t have to do any of that starting March 24th because that’s when Netflix officially launches Down Under.

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