Two Silent Hill games are reportedly in the works

It’s been hiding in the shadows for years now, but could the Silent Hill franchise of horror games be about to make a return? That’s the suggestion made by Twitter leaker Aesthetic Gamer, who has previously accurately shared early details on both the Resident Evil 7 and Resident Evil 3 remakes from Capcom. According to the tweets, Silent Hill developers Konami have invited pitches for two separate Silent Hill games – one a familiar ‘soft-reboot’ of the franchise, and the other a more narrative-driven episodic title in the same vein as the Telltale games and Until Dawn horror series from Supermassive Games. “In other news while I’m dropping this stuff,… Read More

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Gerucht: nieuwe Motorola vlaggenschip komt met eigen stylus

Geruchten over een Motorola-vlaggenschip komen langzaam aan flink op gang. Vorige week berichtten we al over het nieuwtje dat Motorola weer een poging gaat wagen in het high-end segment. Die informatie is afkomstig van Evan Blass. Hij had ook meteen een naam klaarliggen voor het vlaggenschip, namelijk: Motorola Edge Plus. Alsof die naam ons nog niet genoeg doet denken aan Samsung, weet de leaker nu ook te melden dat het te verschijnen toptoestel vermoedelijk verschijnt met een eigen stylus. Daarmee zou het toestel zich onderscheiden van vrijwel alle concurrenten; enkel de Galaxy Note-serie van Samsung gebruikt al jarenlang een stylus. Samsung Galaxy S20 overzichtspaginaMotorola One Zoom reviewGoogle IO 2020 data… Read More

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Samsung loses its #2 spot in India’s smartphone market to Vivo

Samsung has long been among the largest smartphone brands on the planet and in many countries for years. It’s just lost its #2 spot in India to Vivo. That’s important because India happens to have become a larger smartphone market (in shipments) than the US – making it a critical battlefield for brands to conquer. According to a report by analytics firm Counterpoint, Xiaomi maintained its position at the top with a comfortable lead, in terms of marketshare. Its Redmi series of phones still fueling its sales, with over 8.5 million phones sold during the October holidays. While Samsung retained… This story continues at The Next Web Or just read… Read More

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ICT spending in Middle East, Turkey and Africa to grow 2.3% to $12b this year

2019 was a challenging year for the information and communications technology (ICT) spending in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa (Meta) region but the market is expected to grow by 2.3% to $212b. The total ICT spending fell by 3.1% year on year in 2019 to $207b from $213b a year ago. Jyoti Lalchandani, vice-president and regional managing director for research firm International Data Corporation (IDC), said that the themes that dominated the region are political uncertainties, weak global demand, limited access to capital, elections in several countries, volatile oil and commodity prices, weaker consumer sentiment, unemployment and lack of skills, and currency fluctuations. In 2020, he said the ICT… Read More

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10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. A number of state attorneys general will meet with Justice Department lawyers this week to discuss various concurrent investigations into Google, according to the Wall Street Journal. The meeting is reportedly seen as the start of a periodic dialogue that could expand into more formal cooperation as the probes continue. Tech and business giants are mourning the unexpected death of NBA legend turned investor Kobe Bryant, who was known for his ‘obsessive’ work ethic and used to call leaders like Tim Cook for advice. Tech and business executives have expressed shock, sadness, and respect for his legacy.… Read More

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