To commemorate the one-year anniversary of GTA Online’s PC launch Rockstar has announced that it’s going to release a new adversary mode called “Inch By Inch” for Grand Theft Auto Online. The mode will see players competing for possession of a package and making their way through a hail of bullets to reach their team’s end zone. The action resets immediately after each score which ensures a frenetic and desperate battle of skill and wits.

Read full post →GTA Online Gets New ‘Inch By Inch’ Mode Next Week


It didn’t take long for the PlayStation 4 to establish its dominance in the market against the Xbox One soon after both consoles were released a couple of years back. Since then Sony’s console has been leading its Microsoft rival in worldwide sales and this trend is expected to continue in the years to come. A new report suggests that by 2019 there will be 108 million units of the PS4 and Xbox One out there combined and that the former will account for the bulk of them.

Read full post →PS4 And Xbox One Expected To Sell 69 And 39 Million Units By 2019


Folks who own the LG V10 on T-Mobile will be interested to find out that they will soon receive the much-awaited Android 6.0 Marshmallow update on their handset. The update has already been released for the international version of this device and Verizon sent it out to users just last week. It has been confirmed that T-Mobile is going to release the update for the V10 next week.

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There were no cellphones back when I was growing up so constantly being glued to a phone was never a reason for getting scolded by parents, but it’s a different world now, kids these days love their smartphones and can’t imagine life without them. Parents who grew up in much simpler times might not see these devices the same way, and if they get fed up of their kids’ excessive use, some of them tend to take drastic measures like this Southern mother who shot up her kids’ iPhone because they were too hooked on social media.

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Nobody likes it when prices are raised, be it gas prices or that of your favorite beverage, it always draws criticism from customers but often there are legitimate reasons for such a hike. Whether or not you believe that to be the case is entirely up to you, but if you subscribe to Netflix you won’t be happy about the fact that it’s going to get a bit more expensive starting next month.

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It was last year that Nintendo confirmed its intention to enter the world of mobile games. Its first game arrived last month, it was released only in Japan initially where it racked up over a million downloads in just a couple of days after launch. Miitomo, Nintendo’s first mobile game, was launched in the United States and worldwide on March 31st and it appears to have done quite well after its launch, particularly in the United States.

Read full post →Miitomo Bags Over 1.4 Million Downloads In First 4 Days After U.S. Launch


The spat between the FBI and Apple turned ugly as the bureau wanted Apple to create a backdoor which would allow it to access the San Bernardino terrorist’s iPhone 5c. Apple denied on the principle that it couldn’t set a precedent where it succumbs to government demands for user data. Amid all of the debate, the FBI suddenly announced that it had cracked the iPhone and its fight with Apple was over for now. The Cupertino company has said that it’s not going to sue the bureau to find out how it cracked that particular iPhone 5c.

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HTC may have run into some payment processing problems just before it was due to start shipping its first virtual reality headset but it has fixed that issue and is now shipping units to eager customers who are anxiously waiting for their VR headset to arrive. Once the company fills all the pre-orders and is able to bring up supply to the demand it’s going to start selling the headset through retail stores. HTC says that customers will be able to pick up the Vive headset from stores this summer.

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Tesla’s suite of semi-autonomous features is called Autopilot while it’s not yet advanced enough to eliminate the need for a human behind the wheel at all times, it’s great at driving itself on the highways as it can even change lanes, and it’s also great at preventing accidents. Last year we shared a video of the Autopilot feature preventing a head-on collision and this time around we have a video of Autopilot saving a Tesla driver from a side collision.

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Google may have released Android 6.0 Marshmallow last year but there are still a lot of devices that are compatible with the new software but haven’t received an update yet. That’s really one of the biggest problems that users have with Android-powered devices unless they own Nexus devices which are the first to get updates straight from Google. Folks with Sony smartphones have been waiting as well but they will be delighted to find out that the company has rolled out Marshmallow for a handful of devices.

Read full post →Sony Releases Marshmallow For Xperia Z2, Z3 And Z3 Compact