Swiping right and getting a “match” on Tinder is just the start. There are many factors that will determine if you will be able to impress the “match” in real life. Will you fumble on your first dinner date and ruin the moment, or will you impress your date? Well, you don’t need real life […]
Well, what do you know? James Cameron has took to CES 2020 to reveal the concept art of the sequel to the world’s number two film, Avatar. That’s right. We finally has something to look forward to after a decade on.
Don’t need to answer that because, there is only one answer: it is freaking awesome. Don’t believe? Just watch what YouTube channel ImmersionVFX did with some fight scenes from John Wick.
First it wants it you be a lowly criminal with Thief Simulator and now, game publisher PlayWay S.A. wants you to take a 180-degree turn and become holier than thou, like quite literally, with a video game called I Am Jesus Christ.
Google has Stadia. Apple has Apple Arcade. And now, Samsung has join the cloud gaming party with Samsung PlayGalaxy Link. Samsung PlayGalaxy Link is a game streaming service, but it’s probably not what you think.
LG has officially hopped onto the Disney+ streaming train. The other electronics giant from South Korea has announced that Disney+ app is now available on webOS-powered LG TV models produced in 2016 through 2019.
Six years after the finale of Sony Pictures Television’s Breaking Bad, a follow-up movie is finally here. To mark the release of the movie El Camino on Netflix, an interactive Breaking Bad pop-up aptly called The Breaking Bad Experience is now open in L.A.
Being a fan of anything means you have to be rich. Case in point: The Infinity Saga Collector’s Edition Blu-ray Collection. Yes. It is happening. And also yes, it is freaking expensive.
It is little wonder why investors are so fond of Apple. The company, not the fruit. The Cupertino tech giant really knows how to squeeze revenue from pretty much everywhere and its latest milking machines? Apple Arcade, a game subscription service and Apple TV+, an original video subscription service.
As you may have already heard, Disney is going to give Netflix a run for its money with Disney+, the brand’s very own streaming service. In addition to revealing a new immersive hotel to Disneyland, the entertainment giant has shared more details on its streaming service.