Call of Duty fans Looking forward to the release of the new and latest game in the series, coming in the form of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. Are sure to be pleased to see a new three-minute trailer that has been released this week by the games developers and stars actor Kevin Spacey as an actual in-game character.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be launching on November 4th 2014 and provides gamers with battlegrounds of the future, where both technology and tactics have evolved to usher in a new era of combat. Check out the trailer after the jump to see what you can expect in the way of gadgets and weapons.
Recently, we saw the trailer of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare starring Kevin Spacey, giving us a glimpse of what the game will offer to gamers across the globe.
For those of you who are wondering about the platform it will hit, well, according to an Amazon UK listing,Â Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will hitÂ PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation3, Xbox 360 and PC — there’s no listing for Wii U version.
If you’re a gamer, you should know about Unreal Tournament. The game first made an appearance in 1999, and its success led to three sequels, with the last one published in 2007 as Unreal Tournament 3.
Recently, a number of tweets from Epic Games executives tell us that Unreal Tournament is set to make a comeback soon.
Good news if you have been waiting to get your hands on the 64GB OnePlus One smartphone, as the team behind the handset have decided to increase production of the device, and launch it ahead of schedule.
Demand for the 64GB OnePlus One appears to be higher than OnePlus had originally thought, so the company will make more of the device, and get it to their customers quicker than the original release schedule.
Google recently out their Google Glass device on sale again to the general public, the company said that the device would be available for as long as they had stock.
Now according to a recent report, Google is working on a new version of Google Glass, and it will apparently use technology from Crystal Optech.
Detailed by The Telegraph this week, a group ofÂ hotels and restaurants in England are noticing an increased number of direct blackmail threats from patrons in regards to leaving a negativeÂ TripAdvisor review. Much of the hotel industry, especially bed & breakfast lodging, is dependent on sites like TripAdvisor to increase booking volume during the year. To initiate the threat, the customer usually mentioned that they are a regular TripAdvisor user and will post a negative review about their visit if a demand is not met. Demands include freebies during a meal like a bottle of wine or dessert,Â a reduction of the total bill or room upgrades.
Speaking about theÂ blackmail threats,Â British Hospitality AssociationÂ deputy chief executiveÂ Martin Couchman said “ While it’s very difficult to put an exact figure on how widespread the problem is, it is clear that a small minority of online reviewers are directly blackmailing – or sometimes subtly blackmailing – restaurants for their own gain .”
Fans of Call Of Duty Â take note:Â The next installment of theÂ Mission: Impossible movie franchise is turning to one of the gaming world’s biggest franchises for creative input.
Thieves tampering with an ATM in an effort to get their hands on its cash could soon find themselves sprayed with hot foam, and a lot more besides, if technology developed by Switzerland’s ETH Zurich gets bought up by banks.
Inspired by the behavior of the bombardier beetle, which, when it finds itself in a tricky situation with a predator, emits an explosion of gas in an act ETH Zurich describes as “the most aggressive chemical defense system in nature”, the team of researchers has created a special layered film that, when damaged, produces a spray of hot foam.
Detailed by Geek.com recently, the development team that works on Gmail is internally testing a simplified layout of the Web-based version. With more similarities to the mobile interface, the new Web interface, as seen in the screenshots, has been created with responsive design in mind. For those that are unfamiliar, responsive design mean that a site will automaticallyÂ position elements on the screen based off the screen size. Basically, someone viewing the interface on a 1080p 24-inch monitor or a 10-inch tablet will have the same experience.
On the left side of the screen, Google appears to be transitioning to “fly-in” menus to select different folders or various inboxes. On the right side of the screen, Google has added a quick access menu at the bottom to quickly start an email as well as a Hangouts option at the top to launch into chat with an email contact. In the middle of the screen, Google has positioned all recent emails. The additional width of this layout will likely allow for longer subject lines. Oddly, there doesn’t seem to be a position for Google Adsense in this layout, a element of the current Gmail interface.