Samsung Galaxy S8 might be not the cheapest phone on the market but it will definitely a jaw-dropping because of its class-leading build quality.
Activision has announced that the next upcoming Call of Duty game is going back to its roots and will be set during the iconic World War 2. In addition to that, the game will be developed by Sledgehammer Games, a known partner of Activision who has also contributed to the development of two previous Call of Duty titles.
Dawn of War III is going to be released this coming April 27, but developer Relic has announced that it will be holding an open beta for the Warhammer 40,000's latest game in its franchise. The beta will be going starting from today and until tomorrow.
Bandai Namco has announced that it will be releasing a complete edition of Dark Souls III that would also include all of the game's DLC. In addition to that, Dark Souls III's latest expansion, Ringed City, is also out now.
BlackBerry is reportedly readying itself for the next phase of their big comeback into the tablet and smartphone market.
Asus has recently made two new cards which are higher clocked than previous ROG Strix cards.
The company is somewhat forcing all of the iOS apps on the Apple App Store to upgrade to the 64-bit system or risk being completely deleted.
Hackers can take full control over the device through the TizenStore software.
Google's Pixel and Google Pixel XL are reportedly behind Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 sales.
Blizzard is open minded to bring "Overwatch" and "Heartstone" to the new-generation console Nintendo Switch
One of the oldest and most popular camera manufacturing companies is now entering the camera drone market.
The Australian consumer watchdog is taking Apple to Court to seek fines, corrective notices, and injunctions for their recent actions.
After a long wait, the game enthusiasts finally get a glimpse of the much-awaited game console Microsoft Project Scorpio.
The iOS-only mobile application from Apple, dubbed Clips, is now available for free download on the app store.
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