Call of Duty seems to be hitting our consoles regularly every year now. Not that this is a bad thing. We just wonder if it is too much, too fast. At any rate, the first screenshot for this year’s version of Call of Duty has surfaced, thanks to the folks over at IGN.
If you are a fan of COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey, we have some good news for you. It will arrive on DVD and Blu-ray on June 10, a couple of days after the follow-up’s conclusion. COSMOS builds upon the popular Carl Sagan series and is hosted by Dr. Neil deGrasses Tyson. It will be coming to disc with bonus materials as well.
The DVD and Blu-ray release will have a bunch of bonus material and the Blu-ray release will give you access to an exclusive interactive Cosmic Calendar, delivering a way to explore the galaxy “past, present and future.” That sounds pretty entertaining and worth the price alone.
Ubisoft plans on releasing a new Assassin’s Creed game every year, but do you think that this will hurt the franchise? Well, fans can’t get enough, so it is probably safe. And it looks like Ubisoft’s strategy might be paying off according to the some recent figures the company released.
Netflix is on top of the world right now. On Monday, the company reported a huge jump in earnings from 5 cents a share last year, to 86 cents a share this year. That is a 17 fold increase. Revenue rose to $1.27 billion from $1.05 billion in 2013′s first quarter. Impressive to say the least.
Prosthetic limbs can get pretty expensive especially when it has movable parts. Jose Delgado Jr. Jose was born without a left hand and since last year, he has been using a prosthetic hand that costs $42,000. That is an insane price, but they cost a lot to make. It gets signals from the muscles in Jose’s forearm which allow the mechanical fingers to move like a real hand.
3D printers are doing some amazing things. They are saving lives and making all kinds of medical gadgets. What if 3D printed medical gadgets could help speed up your healing process? That would be something we can all get behind. Well now it seems like it can. This prototype cast acts as a regular cast and also uses ultrasonic vibrations that will help speed up the bone healing time. This is truly amazing.
Google Glass is expensive. You might want to try Google Glass before committing to pay $1500. That’s understandable. So Google is starting to offer a home try-on service for Glass, which will allow you to see which color and which prescription lens frame works best for you. It isn’t a full version of the device. Just something so you can judge what color you want.
Nokia is working on edible tech in the 3-D printing realm and with Easter Sunday coming up, Nokia has put 3-D printing to good use by using chocolate. Chocolate, which we all love and can never get enough of. Chocolate, which is what Easter is all about.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 is selling very well, but what exactly are the numbers? According to Sony who has announced their latest figures, it looks like they have now sold over 7 million consoles to date.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s has a few internal projects to bring the company forward and one of them is pretty ambitious: getting Apple to replace Google with Yahoo as its default search engine for iOS. That is a very ambitious goal. It seems very unlikely.
The latest Call of Duty: Ghosts DLC has chosen none other than Snoop Dogg to lend his voice to your kills. Yes, this is a real thing. Snoop Dogg. The rapper will now be able to voice your Call of Duty: Ghosts games if you want this DLC pack.
The God of War franchise is exclusive to Sony’s PlayStation platform and it is a real treat to play. There’s no doubt that this series has sold many Sony consoles all on its own. PS Vita handheld consoles too. And PS Vita gamers have another treat coming their way in the next few weeks. Sony has announced that the God of War Collection will be coming to the PS Vita.