Stan Lee Speaks About Deadpool Cameo


By now you are hopefully one of the millions of adults that went to the theaters to see Marvel’s newest movie starring the merc with the mouth, Deadpool. If you haven’t, be warned, there are minor spoilers ahead that will be talked about. Entertainment Weekly caught up with Stan Lee at The Big Bang Theory’s … Read more

Tom Clancy’s The Division Breaks Beta Record


With Tom Clancy’s The Division beta coming to a close this weekend they released some numbers to let everyone know just how successful the trial run was.  More than 6.4 million players jumped online to download and explore the desolate streets of New York City in The Division beta which makes the largest beta for … Read more

SMITE Heads To PlayStation 4

SMITE, the third person MOBA made by Hi-Rez Studios, has been a hit on computer and more recently on Xbox One.  The game came to Xbox One in alpha early last year and it seems like they are repeating this with PlayStation 4 starting early this year.  This will be the first MOBA to be … Read more

Cable TV Can Now Be Delivered Through Amazon, Apple, Google

In an attempt to provide consumers with more options for viewing cable television the FCC has just approved a proposal to eliminate anti-competitive barriers that have been in place for years.  The “unlock the box” proposal will allow for more competitive solutions to deliver cable to TVs across the country, whether that is through hardware … Read more

[UPDATED] Gigantic Developer Motiga Announces Temporary Layoffs


In a blog post on Tuesday, Gigantic developer Motiga announced that they are unfortunately having to temporarily layoff a significant percentage of their studio due to their financial situation. Currently in closed beta, the free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) Gigantic is currently being tested on Xbox One and PC.   “Though we are in active and … Read more

ARK: Survival Evolved Xbox One First Impressions


You wake up on a beach with nothing but an odd chip embedded into your forearm.  Looking around you quickly find out that you’re on an island that is also inhabited by dinosaurs and need to do something survive.  You start picking up rocks off the ground, hit a tree to get some wood, and … Read more

Google Creates AI To Master The Ancient Game Of Go


Go is an ancient Chinese board game dating back over 2,500 years. It is a simple to learn strategy board game played on a 19×19 grid where players take turns placing a black or white stone down. If you surround all of the opponent’s stones in a group then you capture them and remove them … Read more

SplashData Releases Worst Passwords Of 2015

Passwords are a way of life now, from checking your email, your bank account, your social media, or just logging into your computer at home.  Chances are you will run across a time that you have to put in a password at least once a day and this isn’t a new phenomenon.  Since this has … Read more

New — And Returning — Features Being Added To Xbox One Dashboard


Xbox One had a complete overhaul of the UI recently and changed a lot of features and removed some others.  Mike Ybarra, Director of Program Management for Xbox, announced a list of additions that will be added for the Xbox One Preview which will give us a glimpse of what everyone will see coming to … Read more

Verizon Launching “FreeBee” — Their Own Sponsored Data Program

Today Verizon announced their new sponsored data program coined FreeBee Data. According to Verizon FreeBee Data will help engagement with mobile content from businesses on their network. FreeBee Data from Verizon will act like a combination of T-Mobile’s music freedom and Binge On programs allowing for content providers to sponsor data that will not count … Read more

eSports Hit The Mainstream: ESPN eSports Opens

ESPN, or the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network, is now starting to branch out from conventional sports and has started covering eSports. eSports have been on the rise over the past few years but has never been covered by any major networks such as ESPN. With the fan base expanding and tournament prizes getting larger … Read more

Halo 5: Guardians Review: A Halo True To Its Roots


Halo 5: Guardians was released Tuesday on Xbox One after much anticipation to see where 343 Industries was going to take the saga with their second installation apart from Bungie. Like many Halo fans we couldn’t wait to get our hands on this and played hard through the week to bring you our Halo 5: Guardians review. Story … Read more

Star Wars Battlefront First Impressions: November 17 Can’t Come Soon Enough

You walk out of the Hoth Rebel base to see two massive AT-ATs in the distance slowly closing in. Looking up you see a battle between X-Wings and Tie Fighters taking place as AT-ST are quickly advancing on your position. You run through the snowy trenches as you activate links allowing Y-Wings to target the … Read more

Google Expeditions Pioneer Program To Bring VR Field Trips To Schools

Since first playing with Google Cardboard I thought one of the best implementations for the VR gear would be in the classroom which is where it is headed.  The Google Expeditions Pioneer Program is designed to bring schools into a new era of virtual reality field trips allowing students to go to exotic locations that … Read more

Malware Found In An App On The Google Play Store

Up until now malware on an Android device has mostly been relegated to users downloading and installing apps from unknown sources.  Google has had some issues with malicious apps on the Google Play store in the past but recently they’ve maintained a pretty good system for detecting and preventing any apps with malware from appearing on … Read more

Google Retires App Download Interstitials

Google has decided that it would be better for both the mobile web and for users to retire their app download interstitials for Google+ when viewing the plus page on a mobile device. We’re all familiar with those sites with these annoying interstitials but for those who aren’t, they are those full screen ads asking users … Read more

Esports To Police Performance Enhancing Drugs

Performance enhancing drugs have been an issue in regular sports and there have been strict guidelines put into place for most major sports such as football, soccer, basketball, and baseball. However, esports has yet to put anything into place up until now. The Electronic Sports League (ESL), the oldest and largest of the esports organizations, … Read more