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“Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 4,” which was set to be released this year, has been moved to Feb. 4, 2016. DLC freebies will be given for initial copies released in Japan and pre-ordered copies for U.S. and Europe.
Development studio CD Projekt Red has revealed the details of a new content update designed to fix the issues caused by patch 1.07 for "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt."
YouTube user Yvo de Haas has found a solution to game developer Bethesda Softworks' "Fallout 4: Pip-Boy Edition" shortage problem.
“NBA 2K16,” which is expected to be released on Sept. 29, has a new cool addition — Pro-Am. This will enable a player to do stuffs he’s never done with the previous NBA game. The release date and trailer has also been revealed.
New leaked images of Samsung's upcoming flagship device, the Galaxy Note 5, revealed a replica of the phablet made using 3D printing technology.
After struggling to make a successful comeback in the smartphone industry, electronics manufacturer Nokia has shifted its attention to a new emerging technological trend.
New rumors surrounding the 2016 edition of the Macbook Air suggest that the upcoming device might be the cheapest model in Apple's laptop series.
Whole Foods Market, whose shares drop following a negative publicity stating they were overcharging their consumers, is getting back on track and plans to open a new chain of 365 stores.
NBCUniversal, according to recent reports, is going to invest to Buzzfeed. The $250 million worth of transaction is reportedly going to raise the value of the popular site from $850 million to $1.5 billion.
Exxon Mobil Corp. earnings drastically dropped as the global oil prices collapsed. The recent decline is the company’s worst quarterly performance in six years.
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?
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.