Tag Archive: Weapon


What’s the best weapon for solo games in Dauntless on PlayStation 4?

Dauntless is meant to be played with a team, but that’s not always possible.

Even though Dauntless, a new free-to-play cooperative monster slaying game, strongly encourages you to play with a group of other players, you may eventually find yourself in combat with a Behemoth without any allies to back you up. If this happens, you’ll want to make sure that you’ve got the right weapon for the job. Here’s what that weapon is, and also why  [Read More…]

New Weapon highlights Fortnite Content Update

Ready for something new? Check it out!

Epic Games dropped a new content update earlier this week to Fortnite, adding on to last week’s 9.10 patch that introduced a handful of fixes. The 9.10 content update didn’t change much in the way of gameplay fixes, but did introduce a brand new weapon to the battle royale in the form of the Burst SMG.

The new weapon is available in common, uncommon, and rare versions and can  [Read More…]

Animated weapon sprays highlight new Fortnite Item Shop update

The Fortnite item shop has updated once again, and players can now hop in and pick up some new gear, including brand new cosmetics, gliders, and other items for players to purchase.

To celebrate the beginning of a new baseball season, it looks like Epic Games has decided to keep the baseball-themed skins, pickaxe, and glider that it released yesterday.

Along with the baseball player skins, the fan-favorite Fate cosmetic has been dropped into the game again, along  [Read More…]

Galaxy Note 8 could be T-Mobile’s coverage secret weapon this fall

Samsung and T-Mobile are scheming to promote the company’s upcoming coverage boost.

The Galaxy Note 8 will likely be the first phone to feature an upgraded version of the modem inside Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 platform boasting support for the 600MHz spectrum that T-Mobile just spent $ 8 billion to acquire.

During its first quarter earnings call this week, the company’s CTO Neville Ray revealed that the first 600MHz-supported handsets will be available “before the end of the  [Read More…]

The Pixel’s secret weapon: 24/7 support

Call or chat, any time — and it’s included.

The Pixel and Pixel XL aren’t designed just for the hardcore Android enthusiast. Google has been moving that direction since the release of the Galaxy Nexus, and last year’s Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X were developer phones in name only. Besides a brand change, Google’s new phones are no longer built for the people who know how to flash them or like to tinker with things that  [Read More…]

The Pixel’s secret weapon: Google Assistant

Google Assistant becomes more than a chatbot on the Google Pixel.

Google seems really excited about Google Assistant. We get it. What started as an amazing online knowledge base has transformed from the information pipeline that was Google Now into an intelligent, fully-fledged AI assistant. It certainly took Google long enough — Siri and Cortana have been “friendlier” since their beginnings, though some say they could use a bit of work in the “intelligent” part.

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The Pixel’s secret weapon: Unlimited full-resolution camera backups

When you buy a Pixel Google lets you back up all the pictures and video you shoot for free, at full resolution. That’s a pretty big deal.

Google has made much fuss about the camera on the Pixel and Pixel XL (they share the same specs). A hearty endorsement from DXOMark, samples from the camera development team, and even some 4K footage with image stabilization have people interested because a great camera is one of those  [Read More…]

Worms 4 makes its way to Google Play with new locations, weapon upgrades and more

Worms 4 is the latest release from Team 17 Digital Limited, and if you are looking for something new to play you’ll want to check it out. From the variety of new weapons and weapon upgrades to the five new locations and daily challenges, you are looking at hours of fun here.

You can customize your character to help you get around and through the various obstacles placed in your way, and much more.

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LG details the G4 camera’s secret weapon: 80% more light

If you liked the camera on last year’s LG G3, you’re going to love what’s in the G4, the company says.

Continuing its trend of showing off features before actually showing off the phone, LG has given us a little more detail into the camera system on its 2015 flagship smartphone, the LG G4.

The G4 will have a 16-megapixel rear camera with an f/1.8 aperture — just a smidge wider than that of the already impressive  [Read More…]