Ever been bored while on the internet? If yes, then we’re pretty sure you have taken an interest in playing online games.
Big online games such as MMOs, these games almost always require you to download their installation files which can takes hours depending on how big the game is and how fast is your internet connection, then you will need to perform the installation, create a new account on the game’s official website and pay monthly or one-time fees to play the game. This might seem cumbersome for the casual gamer only looking for a quick time waster or to just play some quick games to take a load off their minds. And this is where free casual online games come in.
Sony has launched an Official PlayStation Network Status Page in an effort to reduce the number of people asking if PSN is currently down or up and running.
PSN has been the victim of numerous DDOS and other attacks that led to the service going down numerous times already. And this would often lead to people asking whether or not PSN is currently down or up or if the user is just having some connectivity problems on their end.
PS3 users currently on 4.70 CFW has been waiting for an update to their favorite PS3 file managers and Aldostools has answered with IrisMAN 3.45.
Microsoft has announced that the next edition of Windows, Windows 10 will be available by summer this year and will be completely free.
Windows 10 will be released in 190 countries this summer and will be a free upgrade if you are coming from Windows 7 or Windows 8 (and 8.1). Microsoft looks like its now following Apple with regards to making their OS free for everyone including subsequent updates which is always a welcome thing for consumers.
Apple will be making the switch coming from an Android device to an iPhone a lot more easier.
Apple has recently revealed plans to give incentives to Android switchers by giving them Apple Store credit in exchange for their non-iOS device that they will bring to the Apple store.
Apple has now unlocked iOS betas for the public, and you no longer need to have an App developer membership to have access to iOS betas.
Apple has already mentioned a few weeks ago that they would release iOS betas to the public as an effort to greatly help eliminate bugs and other problems by letting more users try out the beta version before officially releasing it to the public. And now, anyone can now join Apple’s official Beta Testing Program and be able to download and test any iOS beta version that Apple releases. So if you want to be ahead of everyone else with regards to iOS updates, this the perfect program for you.
Sony has announced on the PlayStation Blog the upcoming PS4 firmware update 2.50 code named: “Yukimura” is confirmed to bring Suspend/Resume feature for the PS4.
The Suspend/Resume feature has been announced ever since the PS4 was revealed back in 2013, it would enable players to jump in and out of their PS4 games faster. It would allow players to simply log-off their PS4, put the console in rest mode and be able to start the game again quickly from where you exactly left off. Just pick up you PS4 controller, press the PS button and be back to your game in no time, no need to load the game from scratch so you can seamlessly continue playing your game. And the Suspend/Resume feature will be supported by nearly all PS4 games available right now. This is something PS4 users have been excited about ever since launch only to be disappointed when it was not included during said launch, but better late than never right?
Another PS4 jailbreak news has arrived and this time it involves a new USB dongle and is reported to be currently in testing.
Except that it’s totally fake.
The news of this PS4 jailbreak dongle first appeared in a Wololo forum post where a user has posted info regarding a new PS4 Jailbreak involving “Garyopa and other guys from china” and a picture of a mysterious USB dongle. The picture looks kind legit, looks like a real USB, but for all we know it can be a new charger from Apple or Samsung, meaning, it does not hold any bearing to whatever claim it has.
iOS is probably the, if not the most stable mobile operating system there is, but sometimes even the most stable operating system can run into some issues.
Apple would regularly release bug fixes via iOS updates from time to time, and would release any bug fixing updates as much as and whenever they can. But sometimes, these updates are not enough and sometimes would miss some key fixes that some users need. And most often than not, iTunes can sometimes be of little to no help at all when trying to solve these issues.