As Nintendo had promised last year, the company would be bringing the NES Classic back. The good news for those who missed out on buying it is that GameStop will be stocking the consoles next week starting on the 29th of June. However gamers will want to move fast as there will be limited supply at least at the start. Read full post →NES Classic Will Be Available At GameStop Next Week



Diablo 3 was Blizzard’s long-awaited sequel to Diablo 2 and it introduced brand new graphics and a style to the game. Now a recently surfaced video shows Blizzard giving a talk/workshop at GDC back in 2013 that revealed how the developer came about creating the visual effects for the game. Read full post →Video Shows How Blizzard Create Diablo 3’s Visual Effects


The Nintendo Switch for the most part has been designed to be played horizontally. However there are some games, such as classic arcade titles, that will be played vertically, but that also means that the current way the Joy-Cons are held will no longer be possible. However the Flip Grip is an accessory that will change that. Read full post →Nintendo Switch Vertical Grip Accessory Launched On Kickstarter


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Recently there was a report that suggested that following the lukewarm reception of the Han Solo movie that the studio decided that they would put the Star Wars story films on hold. For those unfamiliar, these story films are basically Star Wars movies based on content that exists outside of the trilogy. Read full post →Lucasfilm Denies Star Wars Story Films Have Not Been Put On Hold


Students and cheating in exams is a “tradition” that will never truly be eliminated. In fact if anything, cheating has been taken to the next level thanks to the use of technology in which students are finding new ways to cheat in exams. However it seems that in a bid to cut down on cheating, Algeria has decided to turn off the internet. Read full post →Algeria Shuts Off Internet To Stop Students From Cheating


Cross-play wasn’t always encouraged by console makers and game publishers but things have been changing in the gaming industry over the past few years. More and more titles are now supporting cross-play between Microsoft’s and Nintendo’s gaming platforms as well as the PC. Sony owns one of the biggest gaming platforms and yet it’s still not embracing cross-play on the PlayStation 4. In what is likely going to be akin to rubbing salt in the wound, a new Minecraft trailer has been released today which highlights cross-play between the Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
Read full post →Latest Minecraft Trailer Touts Cross-Play Between Xbox And Switch



Facebook today announced that the built-in artificial intelligence assistant in Messenger is now capable of translating messages from Spanish and English. The feature works the other way around as well so users will be able to get their messages translated from English to Spanish as well inside the app. This feature has gone live for all users in the United States and Mexico starting today.
Read full post →Facebook Messenger Gets Spanish Translation Support For Messages



It what will likely have an impact on the country’s e-commerce market, the United States Supreme Court today ruled in a five-to-four decision that states are within their rights to force online businesses to collect sales taxes even if the businesses don’t have a physical presence in that particular state. The ruling handed down today overturns a previous decision from the apex court given back in 1992 which allowed for online retail to boom in the country.
Read full post →Supreme Court Rules States Can Force Online Businesses To Collect Sales Tax


Microsoft today announced that it’s adding new Visual Search capabilities to its Bing search engine which build upon the visual technology that’s already present in the search engine. The new capabilities will enable users to search the web using their device’s camera. They will be able to search, shop, and learn more by searching through the photos that they take.
Read full post →Bing Can Now Search The Internet Using Your Handset’s Camera



Some of you might remember that Apple announced its AirPower wireless charging mat for multiple devices in September last year alongside its new iPhone. The device would have enabled users to charge their iPhone 8, Apple Watch, and AirPods on a single mat. However, Apple has not been able to release the product so far and if a new report is to be believed, the AirPower wireless charging mat may not arrive before September this year. It would make it a full year since the product was first announced.
Read full post →Apple’s AirPower Charger May Not Be Released Before September