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Sony discusses future plans and the PS4

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Just recently, Sony made nothing more than a decent announcement regarding the highly rumored PlayStation 4. The event itself reminded me of a dull, yet somewhat surprise-filled alternate to E3.

Although the console was not displayed to the public, Sony gave a brief description about its hardware and its capabilities. The PS4 has upgraded versions of previous hardware featured in the PS3.

The DualShock 4 controller was shown off, with a couple of new features and looks. For starters, the most obvious difference is the touch pad lying right above the dual analog sticks, as well as “Options” and “Share” buttons on the top of the controller. The handles of the controller now resemble the feel of the PlayStation Move Motion controller.

It also sports a colored light indicator to designate the difference between player 1 and player 2.
Unfortunately, this new console will not be PS3 compatible, which means consumers will most likely have to purchase and download their games all over again. On another positive note, games will be able to be played as soon as they begin downloading, not just after they have finished, thanks to a secondary custom chip for background processing.

After the PS4 was discussed, the stage was given to game companies such as Bungie, Blizzzard, and Ubisoft, which all showed great looking games to soon be playable on the PS3 and PS4. These titles included Destiny, Watch Dogs, and Drive Club.

The conference went on without a price point or official release date, however it will be released this upcoming holiday season.

iPhone 5 Event Recap

With Apple releasing the iPhone 5, two new iPod models, and accessories all in one day, how can you not acknowledge them as one the most innovating companies of all time?

Nokia unveils a pair of Windows Phone 8 devices

Nokia just wrapped up their press event and announced the Nokia Lumia 820 and Lumia 920. These devices will be a few of the first to run Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 8 operating system. The flagship device is the Lumia 920 comes with some drool-worthing features. It features a 4.5″ PureMotion HD+ LCD display (720-1280), 1.5ghz dual core Snapdragon S4 CPU, 1GB RAM, 8.7mp Pureview Camera, all wrapped in a polycarbonate unibody construction.
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AT&T Stores low stock on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 5 on the way

We just got work from an AT&T tipster. Many stores across the San Francisco Bay Area have completely run out of stock of the iPhone 3GS. We called 8 stores and 7 of 8 were completely sold out and do not expect shipment to come in any time soon. We were prompted to drive to another AT&T store or pick up at an Apple. AT&T is the only carrier offering the iPhone 3GS for .99c with a 2 year agreement. It’s no surprise the Apple iPhone 3GS will see its end of life when the 6th generation iPhone is announced.

We are near the end of  August and the expected September 12th Apple announcement seems prominent .

Galaxy Note and Galaxy S II Skyrocket get Tasty ICS Update

After a long wait for Galaxy Note and Galaxy S II Skyrocket users. Ice Cream Sandwich, also known as Android 4.0 is rolling out to both devices. I was able to download both updates right away using Samsung Kies for Mac.

Ice Cream Sandwich provides speeds improvement, and new features such as Android Beam, Data usage, Face unlock and improved multitasking. The Galaxy Note has also been given a suite of new features that utilize the S Pen with an app call S Note. Go ahead and download your update and let us know what you love about the update!

HTC One X Review

The Good: The HTC One X’s design is new and unique. The display is one of the best on the market. The device is wicked fast thanks to it’s quad core Tegra 3 chip. The 8mp camera takes great photos and comes with a load of features. Beats Audio makes music sound clearer and increase in bass and treble. 25gb of free dropbox storage as well as 32gb of built in storage.

The bad: Battery life could of been a bit better. HSPA+ signal seems to be cutting in and out. No expandable storage.