Microsoft has launched its Soundscape app for iOS. It is aimed to help visually impaired people navigate through cities and find shops and landmarks. It is available on iOS currently and nothing is known about an Android launch.
Bethesda continues to offer new gameplay content to those playing its first ever card game, The Elder Scrolls: Legends. The latest expansion called Return to Clockwork City is now live on Android and iOS, but it doesn’t come for free.
Player must either pay $19.99 and get all three acts of the expansion, plus an exclusive premium alternate art version of Laaneth, or play through the first act for $7.00 or 1,000 in-game gold, after which they will be able to purchase the second and third acts for the same price when they become available.
Return to Clockwork …
Not long after confirming the name of its next flagship
smartphone – OnePlus 5T – the folks at OnePlus now have some news on where they’re
“going to party in” for the handset’s “launch”. In other
words, on the city where the new device will be properly announced.
The photo seen below was posted today on Twitter, with
OnePlus asking fans to “guess which city we’re going to party in for the
OnePlus5T launch.” After a bit of research, we came to the conclusion that
the photo was definitely taken at the intersection of West 34th Street and Broadway – obviously in Manhattan, New
Radiation Island is a fairly popular game among iOS gamers. It’s a post-apocalyptic survivor, where you need to find food, craft items and guns, build a shelter, and survive tons of zombies. Now, the game’s developer has moved the gameplay away from an island and on to a real world location — the ghost town Pripyat.
The name might ring a bell — it’s a town that’s 12 miles away from Chernobyl, which, you know, had a power station that blew up. So, Pripyat was evacuated and has remained abandoned since then. The town was a location that players visited in the hit PC game S.T.A.L.K.E.R.. Now, …
Using the smartphone while driving is already banned in many countries across the globe, but there aren’t many places where pedestrians can’t use their handsets while walking. It appears that Honolulu, the largest city in Hawaii, will be among the first to impose a ban on the use of phones at crossroads.
Honolulu’s Mayor Kirk Caldwell signed a bill that is meant to prevent “smartphone zombies” from injuring themselves while trying to cross the street, Reuters reports.
The new legislation was passed recently and will take effect starting October 25. Pedestrians …
When Warner Brosannounced its slate of nine upcoming films at Comic-Con on Saturday, we couldn’t help but notice a few big omissions.
Embedded within the sizzle reel were nine titles and logos, most of which we knew were coming, some of which (like Wonder Woman II) are now officially official. Make no mistake: Nine is a lot of movies to have lined up.
But what has become of Gotham City Sirens, the Harley Quinn-led female villain team-up which Margot Robbie boarded back in December? Wouldn’t the return of another major female star — with the director, David Ayer, who first got her to screen — seem like something you’d include? Read more…
Looks like Motorola will be unveiling at least one new phone in New York City around the end of the current month (July 25th to be exact). Invites sent out by the company say, “You won’t want to miss this,” and colored tunnels flash red, yellow, orange, pink and blue lights. We could see the Moto Z2 Force introduced (we recently got a peek at the AT&T version of the phone) along with the Moto X4. The latter might feature a dual camera-set up and an IP68 certification rating. That is a bit unusual for Motorola as the company usually relies on nano-coating fron P2i to protects a handset from …