In case you didn’t already know about your PS4 console, the device comes with an 8-core processor. However only 6 out of those 8 cores are made available to games while the remaining two cores are used to power the operating system of the console. For the most part this doesn’t really affect gamers as the PS4 is pretty powerful enough to begin with.
However according to reports, it seems that a group of developers have discovered that Sony might have recently “unlocked” one additional core. This means that developers will have one extra core to work with. It is unclear as to why Sony did not do this at the start, but perhaps the company was just being careful so that at launch, the console and not just its games would run smoothly. Read full post →Sony PS4’s Seventh Core Has Been Unlocked
It seems that everything just got a bit more expensive. It was recently that carriers such as Verizon and T-Mobile announced that they would be raising the prices of their unlimited data plans, and if you are on AT&T’s network and you’re feeling a bit relieved that the carrier did not raise their prices, you might be disappointed.
AT&T has recently confirmed that they will be raising the prices of their grandfathered unlimited data plan. Prior to this, it only cost customers $30 a month, but AT&T has since hiked the price up by $5 and will now cost $35 for customers every month. Granted it’s not a very big change in price, but it’s one that customers should pay attention to all the same. Read full post →AT&T Raises Prices Of Grandfathered Unlimited Data Plan