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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'Planetarium': Venice Review
Natalie Portman and Lily-Rose Depp play sisters touring 1930s France as mediums in Rebecca Zlotowski’s drama, which premiered out of competition at Venice.read more
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The Best PlayStation 4 Bundle Deals
Sony’s PlayStation 4 debuted on November 15th, 2013 for $400. Since then, the system has seen many bundle deals that include games, extra controllers, and PS Plus subscriptions, as well a version of the system with a 1TB hard drive (twice the standard 500GB drive), as well as a price drop to $350 for the standard system. Now, two new versions of the PlayStation 4 have hit the market. While you can expect to find deals on the original launch version of the PS4, as retailers clean them out in the coming months, the PS4 Slim is now the standard version, while the PS4 Pro
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PlayStation 4 Pro Announced
The PlayStation Neo is the PlayStation 4 Pro, Sony revealed today at PlayStation’s press conference. Sony’s Andrew House said that the PS4 Pro will “stand alongside and compliment the original PS4” with its 4K and HDR capabilities. The same game discs and downloads will run on the PS4 and PS4 Pro. The PS4 Pro has a boosted CPU clock rate, a 1 terabyte hard drive, and more than double the power of the PS4 GPU. providing a number of mechanisms for easily transferring your game library and entitlements from the standard model to the new console,” PS4 Lead Systems Architect Mark Cerny said. The following titles will have HDR and 4K support: Spider-Man Continue reading…
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PlayStation 4 Slim Model Confirmed
PlayStation announced a smaller PlayStation 4 model at its September press briefing today, which will take the place of the currently available PS4 as the standard system model. The new “slimmer, lighter, more energy efficient” PS4 model will be available in most territories beginning September 15 for $299. Sony Interactive Entertainment President and CEO Andrew House announced the new console model on stage during the show. The new PS4 model was previously leaked and showcased ahead of today’s showcase. The PlayStation 4 Neo was also officially unveiled during the briefing, now named the PS4 Pro. Continue reading…
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Apple Confirms iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus Release Date
Apple has confirmed the existence of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus and announced that both will be available on September 16. iPhone 7 will cost $649 and come in 32 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB models. The iPhone 7 Plus starts at $769 and is available in the same sizes. Pre-orders will be open September 9. iOS 10 will be available on September 13. The new iPhone models do not feature a headphone jack, as previous leaks suggested, and instead will use the lightning port for audio and feature stereo speakers. The iPhone 7 will also be water and dust resistant and comes in jet black, black, gold, silver, and rose gold. Apple says over 900 million devices feature a lightning connector in the world and showcased lightning headphones on stage during the conference. Continue reading…
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Daily Deals: Quantum Break, Samsung 4K TV, Amazon Storage Sale
Quantum Break is Down to $27 If you could use a story-driven single player shooter on your Xbox One, Quantum Break is currently ultra cheap on Amazon. We gave this game an 8 out of 10 back in April. Continue reading…
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