Video games developer Square Enix is preparing to launch “Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn” – a sequel to Final Fantasy XIV.
The sequel will carry on the Final Fantasy torch but with several improvements and enhancements that have been introduced to address gamer complaints about the Final Fantasy XIV.
Naoki Yoshida, the role-playing game's producer & director, said that the upcoming sequel would mark a change for the entire well-recognized Final Fantasy series.
Google is going to open a new so-called "Creator Space" studio at its London Soho office to allow video creators around Europe, Middle East and Africa to create content for their YouTube channels.
The Internet search and information giant said its new Creator Space studio would open its doors in the next few weeks.
Video creators from around Europe, Middle East and Africa regions will be able to book time to use the studio and work with other creators to produce content for their YouTube channels.
Qualcomm recently introduced the world to S4 Pro development tablet, which features chipmaker's new quad-core APQ8064 Snapdragon processor.
The APQ8064 chip is fundamentally a top-of-the-line smartphone, which has four 1.5Ghz, 28nm Krait cores instead of the two in smartphones like the HTC One X and the Samsung's latest flagship smartphone Galaxy S III.
Cupertino, California-based Apple's A5X processor is a quad-core graphics engine, and not a quad-core chip.
A charity states that in about 30 years or so, there has been a triple increase in the number of middle-aged people diagnosed with a deadly form of skin cancer.
In Scotland, in every 100,000 people who are 50 to 59 years of age, there are about 29 cases of malignant melanoma, Cancer Research UK said. In the late 1970s this number was much low and there were around nine cases per
This means that every week, about four people are diagnosed with melanoma and this is a cause of concern.
Nintendo has recently revealed that the super-sized version of its 3DS handheld - the new 3DS XL - will hit the stores on August 19. The device will be priced at $200, and will boast some notable improvements, like bigger screens and a longer battery life, over its predecessor.
In what probably was an unprecedented agreement, patent holding firm NTP revealed in a Monday announcement that it has worked out patent settlements with as many as 13 technology vendors, including biggies like Apple, Google, Microsoft and AT&T.
According to the settlement-related details shared by NTP in a press release, the agreement with the technology companies will settle lawsuits involving a wireless e-mail patent --- a patent which NTP had earlier used for harvesting a $612.5 million settlement from BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion (RIM) in 2006.
The Google-branded Nexus 7 tablet has been enjoying greater demand than the company's expectations.
Just around a week after notifying its online store users that it was delaying shipments of the 16GB model by one to two weeks, the tech giant has now posted a message stating that it has stopped accepting orders for the tablet altogether.
Those who want to buy the 16GB Nexus 7, which costs $249, have been told to sign up to be notified by e-mail when the tablet will be available again in the online store.
The Galaxy S III, South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung's newest flagship handset, hit the 10 million sales mark earlier than expected.
Last month, Samsung's chief executive predicted that the company's third-generation Galaxy S would sell 10 million units by the end of July, but the company confirmed on Sunday, July 22, that the Galaxy S III smartphone had already hit the milestone.
In a Friday confirmation of its latest acquisition, social network Facebook said that it has purchased Canadian startup Acrylic Software --- a company which, founded by Dustin MacDonald, is a creator of mobile as well as desktop applications, especially Mac and iOS apps.
Web search & information giant Google has confirmed that has acquired e-mail technology startup Sparrow.
Google said it would use Sparrow technology, the technology behind acclaimed Sparrow e-mail client for iOS and OS X, to contribute to the ongoing development of Gmail.
Without providing specifics, Google praised the Sparrow team for creating a seamlessly straightforward and instinctive interface for their e-mail client.
Speaking on the topic, the Internet search company said, "We look forward to bringing them aboard the Gmail team, where they'll be working on new projects."