Konami reveals 'Metal Gear Survive' gameplay trailer at Tokyo Game Show 2016

In an announcement made during the Tokyo Game Show 2016 on Septembers 17, Konami said that the latest, forthcoming game in the Metal Gear series - 'Metal Gear Survive' -- will unfold a much broader perspective for the franchise's fans.

The Metal Gear Survive game is scheduled for launch on all gaming platforms - PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One - in 2017.

Twitter’s first-ever live stream broadcast of NFL game had 2.1M viewers

The first-ever live-streaming of a National Football League (NFL) game by Twitter Inc. on Thursday night recorded relatively low viewership, but the broadcast went off without any hiccups.

According to the figures disclosed by NFL on Friday, the game between New York Jets and the Buffalo Bills on 'Thursday Night Football' was watched on the Twitter network by a total of approximately 2.1 million people.

T-Mobile customers in US facing problems due to iOS 10 carrier settings update

Recent complaints on Apple's support forums have revealed that an iOS 10 carrier settings update is posing problems for iPhone users on the T-Mobile network the US, causing them to lose their cellular connection in locations where a signal should otherwise be available.

According to the complaints, the problems being faced by T-Mobile customers as a result of a carrier settings update, linked to iOS 10, are caused when they upgrade their iPhones to iOS 10, and, alongside install the latest carrier updates.

Apple’s iMessage App Store now has a new section --- ‘Categories’

In a Wednesday move, tech giant Apple has made a change to the User Interface (UI) of its iMessage App Store, adding a new section - 'Categories' - to it.

As a result of the addition of the new 'Categories' section to the iMessage App Store, the opening of the App Store from within Message's App Drawer will now unfold three - instead of two - permanent navigation fields positioned above the usual App Store UI. These three permanent navigation fields are --- Featured, Manage, and Categories.

Samsung plans to issue software update for recalled Galaxy Note 7 handsets

On Tuesday, Samsung Electronics announced via an advertisement posted on the front page of South Korean newspaper Seoul Shinmun that it will soon roll out a software update for the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones which the company has recalled worldwide due to exploding batteries.

According to the advertisement, the software update which Samsung plans to issue for Galaxy Note 7 handsets will basically prevent the overheating of the handsets, by restricting the recharges of the handset's battery to 60 percent.

US civil lawsuit accuses Samsung and LG of antitrust violations

A proposed class-action lawsuit has been filed against Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics in the US District Court in San Francisco. The lawsuit, filed on Friday, accuses the two bigwig Korean device manufacturers of agreeing not to poach each other's employees in the US.

The complaint against Samsung and LG's US employee recruiting policies has been filed by a former LG sales manager -- identified as A. Frost -- in California. The lawsuit seeks class-action status on behalf of all Samsung and LG employees in the state.

FBI arrests two Israeli teenagers who allegedly ran major DDoS service

Security blogger Brian Krebs has recently reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested two Israeli teenagers last week, for allegedly running an online booter service called vDOS.

The vDOS cyberattack service, in connection of which the FBI has arrested two Israeli eighteen-year-olds, has apparently perpetrated "a majority" of the distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against websites in the past few years.

Google DeepMind unit develops new AI that can mimic human speech

In a recent announcement, researchers at Google's Britain-based DeepMind unit have revealed that they have developed a new artificial intelligence (AI) technology which has the capability to mimic the sound of human voice.

The new AI technology developed by DeepMind researchers is called WaveNet. It marks the achievement of a new milestone in the company's AI project.

Report: Apple’s Project Titan car initiative has progressed to real-world testing on closed track

The New York Times has revealed in a Friday report that the real-world testing of Apple's secretive self-driving car initiative -- code-named Project Titan -- is already underway on a close track.

The report about Apple's real-world testing of self-driving car software pinpoints to the company's recent "reboot" in strategy, under which it will apparently focus chiefly on developing self-driving software rather than building its own electric car.