Shadowgun Legends is the latest game in the Shadowgun series, and it’s taking the franchise in some interesting new directions. Which is good news. The even better news is that it’s coming out tomorrow, so if you didn’t make it into the beta you don’t have long to wait to get your hands on it.
So we thought we’d give you a quick primer on what to expect when you step into Legends for the first time. Hence this rather excellent piece of content. If you’ve got your own ideas to share, feel free to chuck them in the comments at the bottom of the article.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was on Tuesday spotted in Capitol Hill where he reportedly lunched with Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), the vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee who has taken an interest in digital encryption and privacy. AppleInsider – Frontpage News
March 3, 1975: The Homebrew Computer Club, a hobbyist group that helps spark the personal computing revolution, holds it first meeting in Menlo Park, California. A forum for computer geeks at a time when few others cared, regular attendee Steve Wozniak and his friend Steve Jobs will eventually show off the first Apple-1 unit at […]
Consumers have come to expect a lot from the devices we buy. So manufacturers are getting better and better at meeting ever higher demands. Headphones are no exception, with high fidelity, noise cancellation, an wireless convenience as the new norm. Paww’s WaveSound 3 headphones manage to hit all of those marks, all while looking cool […]
Atari is, without a doubt, one of the most iconic companies in the video game industry. Pong was one of the first arcade games ever, the Atari 2600 computer was wildly popular in the late 70s and early 80s, and the 1985 Atari ST was fairly successful. However, the company began to falter in the 90s, and the poorly-sold Atari Jaguar was the last nail in the coffin. After that, Atari Corporation merged with hard drive manufacturer JTS Corp, who later sold the Atari brand to Hasbro in 1998.
Today we’ve got Apple subsidiary FileMaker’s new ad starring the cast of The Office, Facebook admitting Messenger is too bloated, Apple’s 500th retail store opening next week, a 2019 iPhone rumor, and an excellent watchOS 5 concept.
Hangouts Meet is a service by Google that allows people to video conference with up to 50 people. Prior to today, however, its dial-in feature only worked in 15 countries. Now that figure has been upped to a total of 24, with the nine new countries all located in the continent of Europe.
Without further ado, here are the nine new countries that are supported: