MediaTek, as a brand, feels a little like Huawei did a few years back. That is, somewhat unknown but mighty hungry to make an impression. And we all know how that worked out for Huawei. Right now, though, if it's not made by Apple, Qualcomm, or Samsung, most of us don't pay a whole lot of attention to mobile processors.
Qualcomm has decided to update its flagship mobile processor for 2019, now called the Snapdragon 855+, to handle even more process-intensive tasks. You know, like gaming, VR, AI and 5G
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Amazon Game Studios has announced it’s developing a new The Lord of the Rings game. It’s a free-to-play MMO set in Middle-earth as portrayed in The Lord of the Rings literary trilogy.
Nintendo just announced its new console, the Switch Lite. It is specifically designed for what the Switch does best -- handheld gameplay.
World War Z, if you know where to look, has been around for a considerable length of time. There's the Brad Pitt film, which turned up in 2013, but the so-so movie was based on a far better book by the same name. The 2006 book was itself the sequel to the equally-excellent Zombie Survival Guide. It's taken quite a while to go from book to game.
Some of the world’s most popular video games track your activity as you play – but they’re not just gathering data for business or marketing purposes. They’re accumulating information about the way you and others play the game, the patterns or habits that lead to success or failure.
Elon Musk recently tweeted that Tesla is busy porting Unity and the Unreal Engine that’ll allow the centre console of its cars more gaming power.
HP recently unveiled the Omen X 2S, a dual-screen gaming laptop, and have confirmed that it’ll come to South Africa.
Previously the domain of Sony-branded console games, Quantic Dream titles Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human are heading to the PC. They're going to be landing on Epic Games' own store a little later this year, and Quantic has detailed when those games are going to be dropping.