In this new 'Zelda' action-adventure game, three players from the same geographical region will share hearts as they battle bosses and make their way through dungeons.
Through its monthly updated Nexus Security Bulletin, Google announced the release of security fixes for vulnerabilities exploited by Stagefright 2.0. The source code patches will be available in the AOSP repository.
Google updated Google Translate to extend its functionality outside of the app and into third-party apps, allowing users to translate without opening Google Translate itself.
Game developer Lab Zero Games launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for an upcoming action-RPG game title known as âIndivisible.â It has already earned 8 percent of its funding goal set at $1.5 million.
Rogers, the Canadian media company, introduces 4K livestreaming of sports events. For the first time, watching TV could be better than watching a real game.
Apple has acquired Perceptio, which is a start-up that develops technology to aid companies run cutting-edge AI systems on smartphones. It is believed that Apple could deploy the start-up's AI technology for sorting images in its future devices.
Adobe and Stratasys have announced a partnership that will see users of Photoshop CC able to send their 3D files over to be printed through Stratasys Direct Express.
Mattel released its kid-friendly, affordable View-Master VR that is available for $30.
Bud Light has announced a new connected fridge that allows users to know exactly how much beer they have at all times, and that will notify them when their beer is at its optimum temperature.