Animated Diablo Series Reportedly In Development At Netflix

We’ve seen how video games that are translated into movies usually don’t do so well, which is why it looks like Blizzard could be taking a different route with Diablo. In a report from Variety, it seems that a Diablo animated series is being developed over at Netflix. This was actually revealed by Boom! Studios founder Andrew “Andy” Cosby who tweeted (and deleted) that he’s in the “final talks” to […]


Google Maps ‘Decide With Friends’ Feature Rolling Out To Some Users

We’re sure many of us have organized outings and meetings with friends, but because everyone has different tastes and preferences, sometimes it can be hard to decide which bar to go to, which restaurant to eat at, and so on. Google is now making it easier by rolling out its “Decide with friends” feature.


Google Drive To Use AI To Suggest Files You Might Need

File managers these days are getting smarter, where they can anticipate the files or folders we access often, which in turn puts them in positions that are easier and quicker to access. This has been the case with Google Drive for a while now, but it looks like Google is now turning to AI to make it better.


Telltale’s The Walking Dead: The Final Season Might Not Be Completed

Last week Telltale Games announced that they would be conducting massive layoffs at the studio, indicating that the company was in the process of shutting down. However the statement read that there will be some staff remaining to help fulfill the company’s obligations to its board and partners.


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Blizzard Is Selling A $200 Replica Genji Sword From Overwatch

If you’re a fan of collectibles then you might be interested to learn that Blizzard has announced that they will be selling a replica of Genji’s sword from Overwatch. This sword will feature built-in lights to replicate the sword’s effects from the game, and even has a sound chip that will playback Genji’s sound clips from the game.


Logitech’s K600 TV Keyboard Will Help Control Your Smart TV

The problem with smart TVs is their lack of proper input controls. Sure, there is a remote control which is great for switching channels and adjusting the volume, but part of the appeal of a smart TV is its ability to do more, such as browse the web, watching streaming videos, and more, some of which will require a keyboard input.


Apple’s Streaming Service Will Apparently Focus On Being ‘Clean’

We know that Apple has been working on a streaming service of its own, but when exactly it will launch remains to be seen. However the more important question is, who will be subscribing to it when it does launch? That is the more pertinent question because according to The Wall Street Journal, expect Apple’s streaming service to be squeaky clean.


Apple Watch Series 4 Fall Detection Is Off By Default

While the most obvious changes Apple made to the Apple Watch Series 4 is by increasing its screen size, the company did make a ton of changes and improvements under the hood. For example of the its features is fall detection where it can tell when the wearer has fallen and there is even the option of calling for help.


Bethesda Lets 12-Year Old Boy With Cancer Play Fallout 76 Early

Recently it was revealed that a gamer with a terminal cancer diagnosis managed to get a chance to play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate ahead of its release, thanks to Nintendo who helped make it happen. Now it looks like Bethesda has done the same for a 12-year old boy called Wes who has been diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma.


Apple Adding Depth Control For iPhone Xs In Future iOS Update

One of the features that Apple boasted about the iPhone Xs and Xs Max is the ability to adjust the depth-of-field (DOF) after a photo has been taken. In a way it’s almost like what Lytro’s cameras do, in which users can adjust the focal points after a photo has been taken. However now it looks like Apple will be adding a new feature for better DOF control.


Porsche Will No Longer Make Diesel Vehicles

Porsche has decided to give up on the diesel business for good. The German auto giant confirmed in a press release today that it’s no longer going to make diesel vehicles. It calls the dropping demand for diesel models one of the reasons why it has made this decision. It points out that the diesel share of worldwide Porsches was 12 percent in 2017.


SpaceX’s Moon Mission Will Be Live Streamed In VR

SpaceX recently confirmed more details about its Moon mission that’s planned for 2023. It also revealed the identity of the company’s first paying passenger for the trip around the moon who will be accompanied by eight artists on the trip as well. If you’re not one of those people, don’t worry, you will be able to experience the entire mission in virtual reality.


Toyota Might Finally Support Android Auto

Many car manufacturers have added support for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Toyota is one of the few manufacturers that haven’t opened up to Google’s in-car platform as yet even though it does support Apple CarPlay. Google may soon get some love from Toyota as a new report mentions that the Japanese auto giant will finally add support for Android Auto.


Google Employees Told To Delete Memo About Plans For Censored Search In China

It was reported a couple of months ago that Google is looking to launch a censored search engine in China. Google shut down its search product in the country back in 2010 amid concerns relating to censorship and thus lost access to a massive market. The company played down reports about having developed a censored search product for China but a new report claims that Google rushed to get employees […]


Twitter Bug Exposed Direct Messages To Third-Party Developers

Twitter has begun informing users about a bug that exposed private direct messages to third-party developers “who were not authorized to receive them.” The company started informing users over the weekend about this bug that revealed direct messages to third-party developers. The company says that its investigation into the issue is ongoing.


Japan Lands Robots On Asteroid 180 Million Miles Away

Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency has landed a couple of robots on the asteroid Ryugu some 180 million miles from Earth. The cylindrical robots are about 18cm wide and 7cm tall. They made their journey on the Hayabusa2 spacecraft which was launched from the Earth back in December 2014.


Uber Reportedly Discussing Acquisition With Deliveroo

Uber already runs a food delivery service of its own called Uber Eats and it may be looking to acquire a food delivery firm to further bolster this effort. According to a new report, Uber is in talks to acquire a food delivery company called Deliveroo. It’s unclear how much Uber is willing to pay for the company but it would understandably have to be above Deliveroo’s latest valuation.


Devil May Cry 5 Character Upgrade Will Be Possible With Money

Devil May Cry fans are unquestionably waiting for the next title in the franchise to arrive. It’s a direct sequel so there’s understandably a lot of excitement and hype for it. It appears that Capcom will now allow players to upgrade characters by spending real money. Players will be able to buy “Red Orbs” to upgrade their characters faster than they would have by just grinding through the game.


Free Pixel Repairs Offered To Hurricane Florence Victims By Google

Google has teamed up with uBreakiFix to offer free repairs to Pixel device owners who have been affected by Hurricane Florence. Google has teamed up with the repair service to provide free repairs for any Pixel smartphone that was damaged in the storm provided that the device owner can visit one of the repair company’s service centers.


Samsung May Offer One Galaxy S10 Model With Flat Display

Samsung previously offered its Galaxy S flagships with flat and curved displays but that changed with the Galaxy S8. It has since offered both models with curved displays but a new rumor out of China suggests that this might change with the Galaxy S10. Samsung is expected to offer three different models of the next flagship and it’s now said that at least one of those models could have a […]


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