PlayStation 4 Pro Won’t Play 4K Blu-Rays
The PlayStation 4 Pro will not play 4K Blu-Rays. This was confirmed to IGN by a PlayStation representative at the PlayStation Meeting in New York City. Announced earlier today, the PS4 Pro has a boosted CPU clock rate, a 1 terabyte hard drive, and more than double the power of the PS4 GPU. It will support HDR10, as well 4K streaming from a new Netflix App, as well as a YouTube app that’s currently in development. The PS4 Pro will be available on November 10, 2016 for $399. The following games will have HDR and 4K support: Spider-Man Continue reading…
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New Agents of SHIELD S4 Photos
ABC has released a collection of new Season 4 premiere photos for Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, including another look at Ghost Rider’s alter ego. The slideshow — seen below — features Ming-na Wen (Melinda May), Henry Simmons (Alphonso Mackenzie) and series newcomer Gabriel Luna (Robbie Reyes, a.k.a. Ghost Rider). We got our first look at Reyes earlier this week. Luna isn’t the only addition to the Agents of SHIELD cast this season. Terra Nova and The Good Wife actor Jason O’Mara is joining the Marvel show, along with Galavant actress Mallory Jensen. Continue reading…
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Every PS4 Pro Game You Can Play in 4K
See all the games that are compatible with the PS4 Pro’s 4K resolution.
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PS4 Pro 'Not the Start of a New Console Generation'
Sony’s enhanced version of PlayStation 4 isn’t ushering in a new console generation, according to PS4 Pro lead system architect Mark Cerny. “PS4 Pro is not the start of a new console generation, nor is it a console that’s going to blur the lines between generations,” Cerny said during Sony’s PlayStation Meeting post-show livestream. Cerny also spoke to the excitement amongst the industry for PlayStation 4 Pro, noting that “developers and publishers have been very quick to adopt the new platform.” PlayStation 4 Pro releases on November 10 for $399 and will “stand alongside and complement the original PS4” with 4K and HDR capabilities. Continue reading…
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Everything Announced At September 7's PlayStation Meeting
There were some big announcements at Sony’s press briefing earlier today, including the reveal of the new, slimmed down PlayStation 4 and the 4K, HDR-capable PlayStation 4 Pro. Here’s everything we learned from Sony’s conference. A “slimmer, lighter, more energy efficient” model of the PlayStation 4 was announced, which will replace existing models of the PlayStation 4 moving forward. Continue reading…
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3 Biggest Announcements from the iPhone 7 Event
Apple’s big iPhone 7 reveal event turned out to be quite a bit more, so we’ve put all the biggest stories and most important points here in one place. Let’s get started. Quite the bomb being dropped here. Shigeru Miyamoto himself took the stage to reveal the very first licensed appearance of Mario on anything but a native Nintendo platform with the announcement of Super Mario Run. Here’s some more gameplay footage to give you a better idea of how Super Mario Run will play: The second generation of Apple’s immensely successful foray into wearable computing was announced as well. The Apple Watch Series 2 is waterproof to 50 meters, and it’s getting one hell of a killer app in Pokemon Go. Continue reading…
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PS4 Update Will Make Every Console HDR Compatible
Sony Interactive Entertainment president and CEO Andrew House announced that every PlayStation 4 console ever made will become HDR compatible via a firmware update coming next week. House made the announcement at the PlayStation press briefing today alongside the reveal of a new, slimmer PS4 model and the PlayStation 4 Pro, previously codenamed the Neo. The slimmer PS4 will be available on September 15. The PS4 Pro will come with built-in 4K support and be HDR compatible. Continue reading…
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iPhone 7 vs. 7 Plus vs. 6s Plus Comparison Chart
Check out the tech specs and capabilities of Apple’s newest creations.
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Need Some Wireless Headphones for That New iPhone?
No headphone jack, no problem – here are the best wireless headphones around.
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PS4 Pro Price and Release Date Announced
At Sony’s PlayStation Meeting today, the company unveiled its 4K and HDR-supporting console dubbed the PS4 Pro, will cost $399 USD and will launch November 10, 2016. Lead systems architect Mark Cerny shared some of the updated specifications for the PS4 Pro, including more than double the power of the GPU and a boosted clock rate of the CPU. Cerny also said Sony would be “providing a number of mechanisms for easily transferring your game library and entitlements from the standard model to the new console.” Brandin Tyrrel is an Editor at IGN. You can follow him on Twitter at @BrandinTyrrel.Continue reading…
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