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“Mafia 3,” after years of waiting, has been officially confirmed. More information will be revealed in Gamescon, but for now, here’s what we know so far.
“Fallout 4,” which will be released on Nov. 10, will have its “Fallout 4” Limited Edition Crate courtesy of Bethesda and Loot Crate in addition to its other collectibles.
PS4 sold more units than Xbox One and 360 combined for its first financial quarter of the year. Meanwhile, gamers can now pre-order Limited Edition "Destiny: The Taken King" PS4 Bundle.
Here are five things golf video gamers should know about the new EA’s “Rory McIlroy PGA Tour,” which received divided reviews following its release.
"ZombiU," the survival-horror game developed by Ubisoft exclusively for the Wii U console, will be re-released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on Aug. 18.
Despite the improved economy and lower unemployment rate, Millennials continue to live with their parents. In a study published by Pew Research Center titled “More Millennials Living With Family Despite Improved Job Market” revealed that Millennials or those born from 1980 to the early 2000s have not been living independently.
Toyota’s January to June sales drop by 1.5 percent, allowing Volkswagen to over as the world’s largest carmaker. Big challenges lies for the German company, so the question is: Will they stay at the top or will Toyota regain its title?
An executive from Google announced that over the next few months, the company will no longer require users to have a Google+ account to access its online services.
Barclays chairman John McFarlane is planning some big changes which include accelerating the execution of the strategy to speed up growth in earnings, return on equity, generation of capital and cutting out the bureaucracy in the company.
Alaska Airlines is currently testing a machine that scans fingerprints of passengers as they go through the boarding process. Instead of displaying a paper ticket and ID, the kiosk uses biometrics to authenticate passengers.
Multinational consumer goods company Procter & Gamble Co. will be appointing a new chief executive officer to succeed A.G. Lafley. According to Wall Street Journal, P&G Global Beauty, Grooming and Healthcare Division President David Taylor will be the company’s next CEO.
Canon said its net profit fell in the second quarter and it was reportedly because more consumers prefer using smartphones in taking photos. The company is now investing on new line of businesses to offset the weak growth in sales of digital cameras.
Thai Airways International Pcl has made a decision to cut 1,401 jobs this year by way of voluntary retirement and ending flights to Rome and Los Angeles which incurred losses rather than profit as it moves ahead with its restructuring plan, as stated by their president, Sunday.
PayPal Holdings Inc., one of the world’s largest internet payment companies established in 1998, has increased its shares value amid the growing digitization of money. The increase was noted during its first day as a separate and publicly traded company following the outlined plans to profit from the growth of mobile payments.
The $49 billion AT&T-DirecTV merger seemed to be pushing through its negotiation deal after Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Tom Wheeler announced his approval recommendation with the other FCC commissioners on Tuesday.