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Buffalo Bulletin: LG Knocks, New HTC One, Irrational Games and Much More!

by Roy Choi | February 19, 2014February 19, 2014 4:41 pm PST

Welcome to a new episode of Buffalo Bulletin. This week we talk LG new knocking codes, HTC One, Irrational Games shutting down, GTA V, and Back to the Future Shoes!

This week's Stories

LG Shows New Knock Code Feature in MWC 2014 Trailer

LG has already announced and teased several new devices ahead of Mobile World Congress, which officially kicks off in Barcelona next week. Now it has a teaser video that shows some of the new devices, though one part of it that stuck out was a demo of the “Knock Code” feature that’s being introduced on […]

HTC Announces Event For March 25 – New HTC One Coming?

HTC just announced press events in New York and in London on March 25 where the company will introduce its new flagship smartphone that will succeed the HTC One. Several leaks have suggested the current codename for the device is the HTC M8, though the final name has not yet been unveiled. The press invite […]

Irrational Games, Maker of BioShock, is Closing

Ken Levine announced today on the official site for Irrational Games that the studio is closing down. Specifically, he offered that he’s “winding down Irrational Games as you know it.” Irrational will ship the last bit of BioShock Infinite DLC, and then the studio will be shuttered. The bad news continues in that, as the studio will be […]

Grand Theft Auto and Other Franchises Denied Annual Releases by Take-Two

Grand Theft Auto V is one of the most successful video games of its generation, breaking quarterly records and securing billions of dollars all around the world. You would think that Take-Two would like to cash in on that success year in and year out because Activision, EA, and Ubisoft are all doing that, right? Wrong. […]

Nike Designer Says Shoes With Power Laces a Possibility In 2015

It won’t be long until your shoes tie themselves. According to Nike designer Tinker Hatfield, speaking with Sole Collector, self-tightening power laces might actually become a reality as early as 2015—exactly the same year Marty McFly visits in Back to the Future Part II. They’re not quite the hoverboards we’ve been promised—or even the self-drying […]

Roy Choi

Roy Choi is a Southern California native. He has been infatuated with technology reviews ever since he bought his first crummy laptop in the summer...