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October 22, 2017 12:01 PM Nokia’s retro-inspired 3310 finally comes to the US

When Nokia parent company HMD Global announced the rebirth of the classic 3310 earlier this year, cellphone enthusiasts were left fawning over its cute design and focus on minimalism. Then came disappointment as it was revealed that the device would only support 2G networks, and wasn’t even coming to the US during its spring release. Well, Nokia has finally 317

October 22, 2017 8:58 AM HTC U11 Plus, U11 Life details emerge ahead of November 2 launch

The HTC U11 Plus and U11 Life are both expected to launch with Android 8.0 Oreo. HTC is hosting an event on November 2 in Taipei where it is expected launch the next U series smartphones. The expected smartphones include the HTC U11 Plus and the HTC U11 Life Android One. As we inch closer to the launch event, details on both the smartphones keep emerging 110

October 22, 2017 8:14 AM The product design of Google's Pixel family seems like an afterthought — but that might just be ok

Google recently announced several new hardware products at an event in San Francisco on October 4. From smartphones to convertible laptops and digital assistant-powered earbuds, the Mountain View company had it all. The company's SVP for hardware and products, Rick Osterloh, told The Verge that the company is serious about hardware, and one of the ways it's showing 139

October 20, 2017 3:01 PM The DeanBeat: What Visceral’s closing means for video games

The video game industry received a shock to the system this week as Electronic Arts rebooted its story-based Star Wars game and shut down Visceral Games, a studio that made some beefy blockbusters like Dead Space and Battlefield Hardline. EA said that it was moving Star Wars project from Visceral to another studio in Canada, and it would do what it could 166

October 18, 2017 2:39 PM Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL review: Simply the best Android phones ever made

Google's new phones are rather good. The Pixel 2 and its bigger brother the Pixel 2 XL (identical in every way but shape, size, price and battery) are straightforwardly excellent. They are simply the best Android phones ever made. Life-changing, envelope-pushing, they can shift a paradigm from fifty paces. They do your laundry, improve your appearance 141

October 17, 2017 11:05 PM The best Android handset out there: Google Pixel 2 review

While the last generation Pixel was a great phone, you'd never choose it over a Samsung Galaxy or iPhone in terms of design. However, with the Pixel 2, or rather the Pixel 2 XL, that has changed - and Google has shown just how far it has come, creating a handset that is not only the best Android device out there, but arguably matches the iPhone 8 in terms 150

October 17, 2017 8:33 PM Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: Lots of small changes—and maybe the revolution

New features, but is Windows Mixed Reality going to be the next big thing? It has arrived: Windows 10 version 1709, build 16299, the Fall Creators Update. Members of the Windows Insider program have been able to use this latest iteration for a while now, but today's the day it will hit Windows Update for the masses. As with the Creators Update earlier 462

October 17, 2017 7:48 PM EA is closing Visceral Games, changes direction of studio's Star Wars game

Update: An internal email obtained by Kotaku indicates that Amy Hennig is off the project. "A development team from across Worldwide Studios will take over development of Ragtag, led by the EA Vancouver team that has already been working on the project," the email says. "Steve Anthony will lead this team, and we will use much of the work that has been done to date by Visceral 83

October 17, 2017 7:24 PM EA Shuts Down Visceral Games, Star Wars Project Moved To EA Vancouver and Delayed

Electronic Arts just announced an update on the Star Wars project by Visceral Games, the one helmed by Amy Hennig. Apparently, the studio will be closed down while development of the Star Wars action/adventure game is being transferred to EA Vancouver. Obviously, this will also affect the game’s release date which has been delayed from its original late FY19 launch 150

October 17, 2017 7:22 PM EA is shutting down Visceral Games, Star Wars project moving to different studio

EA Executive Vice President Patrick Söderlund has just announced that Visceral Games, the developer behind the Dead Space series and upcoming Star Wars game, is closing down. Söderlund stated that the Star Wars game in development will be moved to another studio led by the team from EA Vancouver. It appears that EA wanted to pivot its design to meet consumer 85