Every once in a while, we’ll discuss the ongoing battle between Google Maps and Apple’s Maps app, but there’s an alternatively that many of you probably prefer. Waze is one of the best GPS apps on the market, and on Tuesday, it added a few familiar voices to its rolling selection of celebrity guests. More →
Not many people would argue that Netflix offers the most comprehensive content lineup of any streaming service on the Internet, but the ubiquitous provider isn’t perfect. To that point, years into its successful run, the company still hasn’t made any tangible strides on offering customers the ability to play shows and movies offline, so Amazon went ahead and beat Netflix to the punch. More →
One of the most highly anticipated releases of the holiday season is getting a beta. PlayStation announced on Tuesday that the PS4 beta for Star Wars Battlefront will open in “early October,” over a month before the game launches. According to the blog post, the beta will be a “technical test,” featuring three distinct modes to play. More →
Have you ever seen something you couldn’t rationalize? Something so ridiculous, you couldn’t comprehend the fact that it was real? That’s how 9 News Perth anchor Karl Stefanovic felt after watching a 15-foot-long shark emerge from the depths of the ocean in one of the most terrifying videos he’d ever seen. More →
The list of PlayStation 4 exclusives for the remainder of 2015 is worryingly slim, but gamers will be pleased to know that the elusive Uncharted 4 finally has a release date. Sony announced on Monday that Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End will launch on March 18th, 2016, along with a variety of limited edition packages. More →
Ever since the iPhone launched, critics have been talking about the end of the game console era. Although their assertions were overblown, they weren’t entirely wrong — the iPhone has become the most popular gaming device in the world. Now, the latest report regarding the Apple TV indicates Apple might finally be making a move on the living room as well. More →
Microsoft has been the king of aggressive bundles this console generation. Gamers have had countless opportunities to pick up an Xbox One and get a newly released game for free, but the latest bundle brings something new to the table.
If you were paying attention during E3 2015, you might remember Microsoft announcing the Xbox Elite Wireless Controller. With this new bundle, not only will you get the Elite Controller, you’ll also get a matte-finished Xbox One console with a new 1TB Solid State Hybrid Drive, giving you a slight performance edge over everyone who bought the first 1TB bundle. More →
I haven’t stopped thinking about Final Fantasy XV ever since I played through the demo earlier this year. It has some kinks to work out, but development appears to be progressing as fast as we could hope from a Final Fantasy title. On Monday, Square Enix helped ease the pain of the long wait with a new gameplay video starring the game’s iconic car.
Every month, at least a few of the contracts between Netflix and its content providers expire, which means that some of your favorite shows and movies will vanish from the streaming service. This time around, that list includes School of Rock, The Wolf of Wall Street and Star Trek Into Darkness.
Want to know everything that’s being removed in September? Read on to find out. More →
Having just sent out invites for its upcoming September event late last week, it’s clear that Apple’s focus is currently on the next generation of iPhones, but we know that the company’s long-term goals include plenty of other fascinating products.
Countless leaks and reports have painted a relatively clear picture of the unannounced Apple TV subscription service, photos from civilians have uncovered the Apple car, and now, according to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, recent acquisitions and hirings point to Apple entering the increasingly crowded field of augmented reality as well. More →
We’ve reached the end of another month, and if you subscribe to Netflix, you know that a whole slew of new movies and TV shows are right around the corner. It’s another long list (as always), and there’s a chance it’s not even the complete list. We’ll be sure to update it if any new reports come in.
Some of the highlights from this month include Up in the Air, First Blood, Moonrise Kingdom, Longmire: Season 4, Portlandia: Season 5 and The Walking Dead: Season 5.
If you make purchases on Amazon even semi-regularly throughout the course of the year, Amazon Prime is probably worth the price of admission. Free shipping is an incredibly tempting offer, but according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal, your home address might soon affect which items qualify for Prime’s best perk. More →
I thoroughly enjoyed Hitman GO, the first mobile game from Square Enix Montreal. At least, I thoroughly enjoyed the concept of Hitman GO — boiling down a game to its base elements and slapping those elements on to a board game. It sounded ingenious, but it never clicked with me the way that I expected it to.