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Have you ever seen something you couldn’t rationalize? Something so ridiculous, you couldn’t comprehend the fact that it was real? That’s how 9 News Perth anchor Karl Stefanovic felt after watching a 15-foot-long shark emerge from the depths of the ocean in one of the most terrifying videos he’d ever seen.
When we first took a look at GE’s Neuro VR project — which sends you on a journey into a musician’s mind — it wasn’t available to the public. Now, all Oculus owners can enjoy the experience that blends data visualization from a real MRI (of Lady… —> Read More
A new clip from Season 2 of Gotham has been released.
The clip is set inside Arkham Asylum where Jerome (Cameron Monaghan) introduces himself to new inmate, Barbara Kean (Erin Richards). We know that Jerome is set to be a recurring villain in the second season, but it’s also been teased that he could in fact be the Joker. Check out the clip below.
A trailer FOX released last month was also teasing the rise of the Joker.
We even asked executive producer Bruno Heller at Comic-Con this year, but he remained tight-lipped about Jerome and if he truly is Joker. However he did say that “life is all about curveballs and this show is about that.” He also added “the story we’re telling is absolutely the story of how the Joker came to be.”
Capcom’s unveiled a few alternative costumes for fighting game Street Fighter 5 – and one of them gives Ryu a beard.
Ryu’s alternative costume sees the veteran Street Fighter shirtless and wearing a lovely-looking beard. This version has already been dubbed “Hot Ryu” by The Internet, and it’s easy to see why. Here’s Capcom’s official blurb:
“Strong and grizzly, Ryu emerges from a long period of training ready for the next opponent!”
A little over a year ago, we broke the news that Nextbit, a company founded by early Android veterans, had raised $18 million dollars for… something. Something secret. Today, they’re finally pulling back the curtain. After weeks of teasing out little details on Twitter, Nextbit has finally spilled the beans on what they’ve been working: Robin, a “cloud-first”… Read More —> Read More
“Nothing excited me in mobile in the past few years,” Tom Moss says, leaning back in an office chair. Far as he’s concerned, smartphone makers — especially those working with Android — have spent way too much time crafting hardware and not n… —> Read More
Many of the headphones and earbuds on the market today are big and bulky items that look like something a DJ would wear during a show. If you are the sort of person who wants their audio gear to be as small as possible the Pugz earbuds might be just what you are looking for. These earbuds have a minimal … —> Read More
The mobile revolution may be booming, but not everyone has the same level of access. That’s why major tech companies like Facebook and Google are building out systems involving drones or high-flying balloons to make sure those in developing regions still have the opportunity to get connected. Hoping to capitalize on that trend is LotusFlare, a startup founded by former Facebookers which… Read More —> Read More
The smartphone space is quite cluttered right now. It might not seem like it in major markets, since Apple and Samsung dominate the smartphone industry, but there are dozens of companies around the world fighting for space in consumers’ pockets. Different companies use different strategies to try to separate their products from the pack, but by and large, most companies hit the same notes. Since Samsung and Apple dominate the high end, other companies compete on price.
Interestingly, no smaller smartphone makers have made a real effort to break through by addressing one of smartphone users’ top pain points in a new and creative way… until now.
The Deadpool video game from 2013 is being ported to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Activision has announced.
The superhero action game, developed by High Moon Studios, arrives on current gen consoles on 20th November 2015 on disc and as a download.
The Deadpool game recently hit the headlines when it quietly returned to Steam over a year after it disappeared from sale.
The streamlined 2016 Corvette Stingray is one of the first vehicles to ship with Apple CarPlay in the States. Simply put, it’s an iPhone for your dashboard, which Apple and car makers hope you’ll use instead of the iPhone in your hand. First, the bad news: CarPlay is far from perfect. It’s boring, for one. And in many cases I found the Corvette’s own infotainment… Read More —> Read More
Mobcrush, which live-streams mobile games like Twitch does for PC games, said today that it has raised $11 million in a new financing round led by Kleiner Perkins. TechCrunch previously reported that the company had raised around $10 million. As we noted before, the company’s bet — along with investors — is that mobile game live-streaming will be bigger than just PC games.… Read More —> Read More
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The highlight of PAX Prime this year was, as it often is, seeing what independent developers have been up to since PAX East. We loved Tharsis, Brigador, and interesting projects like YIIK, but our favorite game of PAX was quietly nestled into the Alienware booth: a playable build of Warhammer: End Times – Vermintide, the four-player cooperative melee game set in the fiction of Warhammer fantasy. —> Read More
“It’s hard to imagine what Microsoft and Turn 10 can possibly add to the Forza Motorsport series, but Shacknews went hands-on with Forza Motorsport 6’s Career mode, nonetheless. And it was our first chance to check out night and wet weather racing, along with some new additions to the game’s Career. Our hands-on preview.” —> Read More
It’s easy for some people to see Mad Max and pass it off as another movie-based game with little appeal or poor quality, but there are some really cool things about this title that make it really stand out. —> Read More
See how the career mode kicks off in Forza 6, including a nighttime race! —> Read More
In our Fan Vids round-up we scour Social Club, YouTube and beyond for the best videos created by the GTA fan community. In this edition we’ve found a multi-tasking daredevil of the highest order, some inspired TV intro recreations, two groups of lads who know how to get around and the latest chronicle of Southern San Andreas fascinating wildlife. —> Read More