Tag Archive: Project


Check out the new trailer for Project CARS 3

Get ready for the third installment in this franchise.

What you need to know Project CARS is a series of racing games developed by Slightly Mad Studios. Project CARS 3 has been officially revealed with a new trailer. Project CARS 3 is set to release sometime in Summer 2020.

While we’ve known for a couple of years that a new Project CARS was in development, the developers at Slightly Mad Studios has officially revealed their new project.  [Read More…]

Google releases Soli Sandbox app to spur Project Soli developer interest

Pixel 4’s Project Soli opens up new modes of interaction. Not much has been done with it.

What you need to know Google has released a developer-focused Soli Sandbox app. The app is intended to allow developers to test out new Soli experiences on Pixel hardware. Soli is expected to leave the Pixel line come the debut of Google’s Pixel 5.

Google first rolled out its Project Soli-powered Motion Sense with the launch of Pixel 4, as  [Read More…]

Google’s Pixel 5 may ditch Project Soli and Motion Sense

Google seems set to drop a failed idea.

What you need to know Google’s Pixel 5 may ditch the Soli radar chip. Project Soli powered the Motion Sense feature of the Pixel 4 and 4 XL. It also drained battery and added little benefit to the phone’s experience as a whole.

With the Pixel 4, Google brought a new feature — Motion Sense — to the Pixel line. Powered by the innovative Project Soli, Motion Sense added  [Read More…]

Google’s Sidewalk Labs pulls the plug on Toronto smart city project

Sidewalk Labs will be using the ideas developed over the last two-and-a-half years to solve big urban problems.

What you need to know Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs is abandoning the Quayside waterfront project in Toronto. Sidewalk Labs had to make the difficult decision due to the economic uncertainty caused by COVID-19. It had announced the high-tech smart city project in 2017 in partnership with Waterfront Toronto.

Alphabet’s urban innovation organization Sidewalk Labs had announced a joint effort with  [Read More…]

OnePlus teases announcement of special project for March 3, not a phone

Just one more day.

What you need to know OnePlus has been tweeting out teases about a special project it has been working on. It will be revealed on March 3, 2020, and it is not a phone or commercial product. CEO of OnePlus, Pete Lau, tweeted out a new hint this morning, “snow and 5G.”

OnePlus sure knows how to drum up some hype around its products. The plucky Chinese upstart has been doing it since  [Read More…]

Frictional Games may be teasing a new project with an ARG

What lurks at the end of the breadcrumb trail?

What you need to know Frictional Games has developed and published multiple horror titles including Amnesia: The Dark Descent and SOMA. A website for Frictional Games is teasing a new project, with clues leading into an alternate reality game (ARG). We don’t know anything else about the new game at this time.

Frictional Games is known for making horror titles, developing the Penumbra series, Amnesia: The Dark Descent  [Read More…]

Project Xehanort, new Kingdom Hearts mobile experience, set for Spring 2020

Square Enix is teasing the actual name with a contest.

What you need to know Square Enix announced “Project Xehanort,” an upcoming mobile “experience.” It’ll be available on iOS, Android, and Amazon. An official title hasn’t been released yet, but people can guess what the name of it is and possibly win a prize.

Just as it said it would, Square Enix announced a new title on Wednesday. The project, temporarily dubbed “Project Xehanort,” is a new  [Read More…]

Xbox basically just buried Google Stadia with latest Project xCloud update

Today, a slew of Project xCloud additions threaten to rip Google Stadia of its, well, reason to exist.

With one single library update, Microsoft just ripped Google Stadia of one of its only reasons to exist. Today, without any fanfare or warning, Microsoft included Destiny 2 to its Project xCloud game streaming library, at no extra cost, complete with synchronicity for those of us who have been playing on Xbox or using save syncing.

Here are the  [Read More…]

Google Project Zero’s new policy allows more time to fix bugs

It’s a 12-month trial with an end of year review.

What you need to know Google is changing its Project Zero disclosure policy for 2020. Google will no longer disclose vulnerabilities and bugs before the end of the 90-day period, allowing firms time for more thorough patching. This is a 12-month policy trial with a re-evaluation period at the end of the year.

Google’s Project Zero is undergoing a minor overhaul in 2020 — Google will trial  [Read More…]

Project xCloud game streaming is getting DualShock 4 support

Microsoft is expanding Project xCloud.

What you need to know Project xCloud is Microsoft’s game streaming service. The platform launched in October on Android phones. Project xCloud is coming to Windows 10 in 2020. It’s also getting more controller support.

Project xCloud is Microsoft’s upcoming game streaming service along the lines of Google Stadia. The preview launched in October, and since then many gamers are testing it out on Android phones. However, it looks like that’s about  [Read More…]