Author: Pete Vagiakos
The Financial Times today that has since been practically confirmed by all major publications. It seems our Cupertino overlords over at Apple are in talks with Beats Audio to buy the company for $3.2 billion.
The Summer movie season is fast approaching, with several blockbusters already making their appearance. One of the most hotly anticipated is the sequel to 2011’s Rise of the Planet of the Apes. Directed by Matt Reeves (who also directed Cloverfield), it’s a chance to once again see Caesar and the impeding war between humans and apes. The film will open in theaters July 11th.
Staying firmly in leak-land, DualShockers came across some very very interesting information concerning Sony and their lineup of E3 announcements. Well, not just information, they seem to have learned the whole thing. Take everything with a grain of salt of course, but it seems that several of these bullet points are already checked out by multiple sources so this looks fairly credible. So here goes: Impressed? Not so much? Don’t care because you are a member of The Glorious PC Gaming Master Race? Whatever the case, Sony seems to be firing at all cylinders (even though honestly, I don’t know...
In the “how convenient” department, two days after AMD shared with the world its vision of the future, Intel’s plans for next year seem to have been leaked. As the chinese edition of VR-Zone reports, there’s a clear path from the current Broadwell and Haswell chipsets to the next generation Skylake 100 series platform.
AMD gave us an update yesterday about their plans moving forward, and they revealed some very interesting information concerning their CPU business. According to them, the future consists of harnessing the best of both x86 and ARM architectures, in a marriage called Ambidextrous Computing.