Microsoft has renewed the trademark for Scalebound

On May 3, 2017, as spotted by a gaming site by the name of SomosXbox, Microsoft was granted an extension on their trademark for Scalebound. Scalebound was canceled not too long ago. This Xbox One title was being developed by Platinum Games, the house of Bayonetta and Vanquish. It saw the light of day at some conventions, presented with […]

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Which LeEco products did you buy before it died? [Poll]

For the last couple of days, there has been rumors and speculation floating around that LeEco might be letting go of some of its staff. A report came out yesterday saying that roughly 80 percent of the US-based hires could be cut. LeEco followed that up by officially laying off 70 percent of its staff due […]

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DCEU’s Cyborg film is still happening it seems

While every other team member in the upcoming Justice League film either has a movie on the books or coming, we haven’t heard a peep about the movie centering around the team’s least-known member, Cyborg. At least not until now. Confirmed at #coh3 today @rehsifyar in #Cyborg standalone movie is in the works and on schedule for 2020 […]

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iPhone 8 shown off in our best look yet

A glass back, vertical dual camera setup, and an aluminum frame. Yes, we must be describing the upcoming iPhone 8, which has popped up in a pair of new images. The dummy unit, via Benjamin Geskin, appears to show off the final design for Apple’s upcoming handset, which will reportedly feature a 5.8-inch OLED display. […]

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PayPal now supports Android Pay, here’s how to set it up

Android Pay is a solid service, but if there’s one thing that’s terrible about it, it’s the lack of supported banks. Google has done a lot to expand the reach of the service to more banks and credit unions, but a lot of users still lack the option. Now we’re getting a huge shortcut for […]

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Apple and Samsung’s mobile market share took a hit last year

Apple and Samsung have been top dogs in the smartphone market for the past half decade now, but their dominance is slowly eroding. According to the latest date from Gartner’s, both Apple and Samsung took a step backwards in first quarter of 2017. Samsung held the top spot with 78.7 million units sold for a total […]

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Next Terminator movie is happening whether we like it or not

Whether or not we need another Terminator is up for debate. We’ve had two great ones, a good show, and three bad ones. The scale’s really leaning. But it’s happening, Arnold Schwarzenegger says. Talking to Screen Daily at Cannes, the Terminator himself said that he’d met with director James Cameron, who directed the first two (and only good) […]

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Apple’s full OLED display isn’t coming as soon as we think

These iPhone 8 rumors are endless and don’t seem to be stopping any time soon. One of the key features mentioned is the supposed expectation the iPhone 8 will include an OLED display, but the incrementally updated iPhone 7s and 7s Plus won’t. That means only a third of Apple’s new iPhones will sport OLED displays. […]

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Dragon Age fans get ready, it looks like a new game is on the way

One of the creators of Failbetter Games, the studio behind the glorious, dark, well-written Sunless Sea joined BioWare back in September of last year. Alexis Kennedy is his name, and he wasn’t really allowed to talk about what he was working on back then. Now, he’s revealed to Eurogamer in a long interview that’s well worth a […]

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Samsung Gear S3 Classic w/ LTE coming to AT&T starting May 26th

The Samsung Gear S3 Frontier was one of my favorite smartwatches ever, and recently, I decided to move over to its brother, the Gear S3 Classic. Just like the Frontier, it’s an excellent smartwatch, but its biggest disadvantage at launch was the lack of an LTE option. Now, Samsung is bringing that to AT&T. more…

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