- Bryan Fury Unleashed: Confirmed for Tekken 8 Amidst Unintentional Leak Bandai Namco has finally confirmed the addition of Bryan Fury to the Tekken 8 character roster after an unintentional leak created a buzz among gaming enthusiasts. This official announcement came at the Combo Breaker fighting tournament, captivating the audience and leaving them in anticipation for yet another thrilling Tekken installment.
The Bryan Fury reveal wasn't exactly a well-kept secret, as an early trailer release on an official Instagram account led to the premature unveiling of this zombie cyborg's return to the popular fighting series. The trailer was promptly removed, but not before it was shared among YouTube channels, creating excitement and... Continue reading
- Unlocking the Secrets to Optimal Social Media Posting Times As businesses strive to gain a competitive edge in the world of social media, understanding the ideal times to post on various platforms is crucial. Sprout Social's recent report on the best posting times for the major social media apps, including TikTok for the first time, sheds light on this often-discussed topic. The findings are based on engagement trends among Sprout's 34k+ users over the past year, and while they provide valuable insights, it is essential to remember that it all comes down to experimentation and audience analysis for each brand.
The report reveals that mornings are the prime time for... Continue reading
- Revolutionize Your Skyrim Experience with the Regional Fast Travel Mod Fantasy game enthusiasts often face a dilemma: enjoy the immersive experience of traversing stunning landscapes or succumb to the temptation of fast travel for quicker progression. In games like Skyrim, the allure of fast travel is irresistible, but it can compromise the sense of depth and realism. Modder digitalApple offers a solution to this conundrum with the innovative Regional Fast Travel mod for Skyrim Special Edition, adding more constraints to the fast travel system and enhancing the game's authenticity.
This mod imposes several rules on fast travel, effectively encouraging players to appreciate the detailed world of Skyrim while still enjoying the... Continue reading
- Indie Horror Fishing Game Dredge Set to Receive Free Updates and Paid DLC Indie game fans have something to look forward to as the horror fishing game Dredge is set to receive free updates and a paid DLC this year. The announcement came from Black Salt Games via a PlayStation blog, detailing the roadmap for the hit indie title. As one of this year's sleeper indie darlings, Dredge has managed to capture the attention of gamers with its unique blend of horror and fishing elements.
The first of three updates is scheduled for May and will introduce a long-awaited feature: map markers. This addition promises to make navigation easier for players seeking out specific... Continue reading
- Elden Ring Convergence Mod Revolutionizes Gameplay and Visuals The highly anticipated Elden Ring Convergence mod has finally arrived, offering a plethora of new features and enhancements to the game's PC players. Developed by the 'Convergence Team,' this mod significantly overhauls various aspects of the game, including its areas, maps, and visuals, along with introducing new spells, enemies, weapons, and much more. The team has also released an extensive document outlining all the changes and improvements that this mod provides and shared it on Twitter.
In the main part of this mod, players will experience a transformed Elden Ring as it introduces hundreds of new spells that substantially enrich the... Continue reading
- Adobe Premiere Pro Enhances Video Editing with AI-Powered Tools Adobe is currently developing new editing features for its popular video editing software, Premiere Pro and After Effects. The upgrades aim to streamline the post-production process, making it easier and more time-efficient for users. With the integration of artificial intelligence (AI), Adobe hopes to revolutionize the way video editors work.
The main focus of these upgrades is on text-based editing supported by Adobe's Sensei AI framework. This advanced technology will enable the software to automatically analyze and transcribe clips into text format. The transcription process can be a tedious task for video editors; however, with this new feature, they will be... Continue reading
- Total War: Warhammer 3 Boosts Mod Limit to a Whopping 65,534 The latest expansion for Total War: Warhammer 3, Forge of the Chaos Dwarfs, has arrived and brings not only an array of impressive hats but also takes the game to version 3.0 with significant updates. One notable change is the substantial increase in the number of mods that can be run simultaneously, opening up new possibilities for avid players seeking unique experiences.
Forge of the Chaos Dwarfs adds exciting content to the already extensive fantasy world, including new factions and units. However, it's in the general updates section where Creative Assembly has made some groundbreaking changes. The patch notes mention introducing... Continue reading
- Riot Shields Broken in Warzone 2: Players Report Glitches with Ziplines Call of Duty fans are no strangers to game-breaking glitches, but the latest bug plaguing Warzone 2 seems to be particularly noteworthy. In a video posted by a player on Reddit, it appears that the riot shield is not working properly when combined with zip lines. This glitch could cause players to become vulnerable in certain situations, so Activision needs to address this issue as soon as possible.
The video was posted on Reddit by an anonymous user and showed how the riot shield doesn't work properly when used in conjunction with ziplines. The player attempted to climb up a zipline... Continue reading
- WhatsApp Text Editor Feature Now Available for Select Beta Testers It is reported that WhatsApp, the popular social messaging platform, is now rolling out a new feature to select beta testers. This feature will enable users to edit their text before sending it and make use of creative tools for images, videos, and GIFs. The new text editor feature has been spotted on the Android 126.96.36.199 update and is expected to be rolled out soon on iOS platforms as well.
According to reports, the WhatsApp team has been working on a text editing feature for some time now, and this was being tested on both Android and iOS versions before its... Continue reading
- Google Drive's Web Interface Gets a Makeover with Material You Design Google's Material Design philosophy has been an integral part of the best Android apps. Now, the company is taking this concept to the web interface of its services, with the recent launch of Material You design for Google Drive. This new design brings a fresh look to the web interface of Google Drive and other services, making it easier and more intuitive to use.
Material You design provides a new look and feel to the web interface of Google Drive, making it more visually appealing and easier to use. It offers a unified design language across all of Google’s services, including... Continue reading
- Twitch Co-Founder Emmett Shear Steps Down as CEO After 16 years as a key player in the popular entertainment platform Twitch, company co-founder Emmett Shear has stepped down from his role as CEO. Shear was at the beginning when the streaming platform was known as Justin.tv, and he was part of the team that helped transition it into the world-famous Twitch.
With Amazon's acquisition of the company in 2014, Shear was the key figure in leading the company through the transition and beyond. Now, his decision to step down is driven by his desire to be there for his family and newly born son.
Shear was there when Justin.tv was... Continue reading
- Google Chrome Incognito Mode Data Collection Lawsuit: Users Lose Appeal Against Alphabet Consumers are suing Google LLC, a subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., over its data collection practices. The lawsuit seeks at least $5 billion in damages for alleged violations of privacy rights due to the tech giant's use of private browsing in Chrome's "Incognito" mode. Unfortunately, on Wednesday, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco dismissed their earlier appeal to recover monetary damages as a class action.
The plaintiffs argued that Google continued to collect data from users even after they switched on private browsing, which is supposed to protect user information from third-party companies and hackers alike. Despite this... Continue reading