December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

There are plenty of options for keeping your phone or tablet charged while on the go. We’ve already taken a look at portable USB battery packs, as well as the USB-C variety. Now were ready to take a look at car chargers.These small devices don’t differ from each other all that much. Some have an indicator light, others have illuminated ports. Some feature Quick Charge for devices that support it, others don’t. One attribute they all share, however, is two USB ports—ie, the days of the single-port car charger are long over. To read this article in full, please click herePowered…

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Koei Tecmo Europe has announced that Attack on Titan 2, the latest installment video game adaptation of the powerhouse manga series, will be launching on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC March 20, 2018. The game follows in the footsteps of 2016’s Attack on Titan, which retold the story of the anime and manga with additional scenarios providing a deeper dive into some of the series’ key characters. Although expected to cover the events of the anime’s second season, this new game allows players to create their own Scout – which Koei Tecmo promises will offer “a fresh perspective on…

December 5, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Time has caught up to Astro. For years, it was one of the few companies focused on gaming headsets—and as a result, it got away with charging a premium. The $300 Astro A50 is still a great headset, but that price looks increasingly ridiculous when companies like Logitech (which now owns Astro) and HyperX offer as-good-or-better sound fidelity in devices that cost half as much.So it was only a matter of time really before we got the Astro A10. At $60 on Amazon, it’s Astro’s attempt at an entry-level headset for the mass market. Hell, it’s even cheaper than our…

December 4, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

I mostly enjoyed my time with The Surge (read the full review) when it came out back in May, and I’m glad to have an excuse to jump back into its bleak-yet-bright sci-fi world. While the A Walk in the Park DLC might not add much to or dramatically change up the gameplay, it offers more of the same solid combat and exploration in a colorfully creepy new setting. A Walk in the Park retroactively inserts its new area early into the existing storyline (near the beginning, so if you start a new campaign or New Game + you don’t…

December 4, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

Tennis Australia and Melbourne-based sports game developer Big Ant Studios have today confirmed their new tennis game: AO Tennis. AO Tennis will be the first tennis game officially licensed to the Australian Open. Built in collaboration with Tennis Australia, Big Ant claims AO Tennis will be the first game of its kind to be developed using statistical match play data for each of the dozens of licensed players it will feature. According to the announcement, Big Ant has used data showing which shots the included players have historically opted to use in specific circumstances throughout their matches and has applied…

December 4, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

The first Destiny 2 DLC launches tomorrow, and as always, we’ll have our Fireteam ready and waiting for the patch to drop. So join Destin Legarie and CJ Gibson starting on Tuesday December 5, starting at 10AM PT (1PM ET, 7PM BST, 5AM AET) as they play through two hours of Curse of Osiris and answer any and all of your questions. As always you can watch us here on IGN.com, or catch us on YouTube, Twitch, Facebook, Mixer and get your questions answered by tweeting at IGN on Twitter using the hashtag #IGNPlaysLive. Continue reading…Powered by WPeMatico

December 1, 2017 CuttingEdgeTech

As a reminder, new apps submitted to the Mac App Store must support 64-bit starting January 2018, and Mac app updates and existing apps must support 64-bit starting June 2018. If you distribute your apps outside the Mac App Store, we highly recommend distributing 64-bit binaries to make sure your users can continue to run your apps on future versions of macOS. The last macOS release to support 32-bit apps without compromise is macOS High Sierra.Learn more about distributing Mac apps.Powered by WPeMatico