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The Walking Dead’s final season starts off with a bang despite rough pacing

Clementine’s final journey may be her most perilous yet.

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After following her journey since the beginning, Telltale is closing the chapter on Clementine’s story with their final season of The Walking Dead. While we’re only a few pages in with Episode One – Done Running, it looks to set up an emotional farewell in her coming of age story. Clementine isn’t all  [Read More…]

Google releases final preview of Android P ahead of official release

If you are waiting to see the final release of Android P, the wait is almost over. Google has released the final developer preview for its latest version of Android.

The preview is available for a handful of devices, including the Pixel, Pixel 2, and even Essential Phone. Surprisingly, Essential released its beta for Android P just an hour after Google released it for Pixel devices.

We just released a new Android P Beta build that includes the  [Read More…]

Final Fantasy 7 Remake for PlayStation 4: Everything you need to know

Missed out on Final Fantasy 7 when it first released? Just want to revisit your favorite classic? Here’s everything you need to know about the Final Fantasy 7 Remake

I still remember when the Final Fantasy 7 Remake trailer debuted on Sony’s stage at E3 2015. I remember the disbelief at its existence; the utter awe of its cinematics; the complete euphoria of the crowd when the word “remake” appeared at the end of the trailer, squashing  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy S7 Oreo review: What to expect from your final software update

Getting up to the modern era is mostly good — with a little speed slowdown trade-off.

After what feels like an inordinately long wait, many versions of the Galaxy S7 have received their Android 8.0 Oreo update. Considering that the phone launched back on Android 6.0 marshmallow, Oreo is the final major platform update for this line, bringing it up to the Galaxy S9’s software level before being left to live out the rest of its life  [Read More…]

‘Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition’ may launch on February 9 for $20

The same Final Fantasy XV you know and love, just smaller.

Although I haven’t spent as much time with it as I should, Final Fantasy is one of the oldest gaming series around that’s fostered some pretty amazing titles. Final Fantasy XV is widely considered to be one of the better recent entries, and soon you’ll be able to bring that same adventure with you wherever you go with “Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition.”

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 final specs leaked

Shortly after the Galaxy Note 8 renders were leaked, we are now treated with the final specs for the device. Coming again courtesy of Evan Blass (@evleaks), the full specs of the Note 8 can be seen ahead of the August 23 event due to be hosted in New York City. The device will have […]

Write the next great American novel: Final Draft 10 is 40% off (Deal of the Day)

Given our job relies heavily on writing at a computer, we’re always looking for the best way to take notes or put down thoughts. What if you’re trying to pen a tell-all memoir or recap your life in a rags-to-riches story? Google Docs and MS Word are both nice, yes, but they’re sometimes also clumsy. What’s a […]

Android O Dev Preview 2 won’t land until mid-May, with final release in Q3

Google is increasingly transparent about its software releases.

With the Developer Preview program, we get a super early look at what Google’s working on in Android O — the only downside is it takes several months then to get all of the information. With the release of Android O Developer Preview 1 we don’t have a complete look at all of Android O’s new features, but we do have a timeline for when updates to the Dev Preview program  [Read More…]

Reigns selected as big winner at Google Play Indie Games final

Long live the King!

The first ever Google Play Indie Games contest has wrapped up with UK developers Nerial winning twice over for their outstanding game Reigns. This comes as little surprise to us: Reigns is a fantastic game and one of our favorites of 2016.

On top of winning the overall prize, Reigns also won the Unity prize, which provides Nerial with a 12-month subscription to Unity’s professional game development platform.

We took another look at  [Read More…]

Sony Xperia sales slump 33% in final quarter of 2016

Despite slumping sales, Sony says they’re still on target for an operating profit.

2016 was not a good year for Sony’s smartphone division.

The company closed out the third quarter of its financial year by shipping 5.1 million Xperia smartphones — down from 7.6 million in 2015 over the same quarter. Sony CFO Kenichiro Yoshida explained this 35% decrease in year-on-year sales was due to weaker sales in Europe, which is typically one of the more popular markets for  [Read More…]