Fall is here, but the flow of tech news isn’t slowing down. Ashely Esqueda is here to help you sort through the most important stories kicking off this week.
LG has been hard at work developing a smartphone with a curved display, that much we already knew, and on Monday the company officially announced the G Flex. LG is billing it as the “world’s first ‘real’ curved smartphone,” though Samsung recently introduced a similar device called the Galaxy Round. The G Flex takes some […]
A new project called Phoneblocks surfaced in September, and the idea behind the concept was simple: let people swap out different parts of their phone so that they could create a custom, and easy to replace, smartphone. Motorola’s new Ara project builds off of this exact same idea, and the thought is that consumers may […]
Welcome back. Assassin’s Creed was, for a while, one of my favorite franchises in gaming. Before it became Ubisoft’s yearly titan, this whole idea was unique and well worth enjoying. Then came the subtitles and sidequests. Ubisoft built multiplayer, added a whole slew of activities and expanded their efforts to include sailing, climbing trees and […]
When you bring your PlayStation 4 home for the first time, you’ll need to connect to the Internet and download an update. Don’t worry, it’s only 300MB in size; but, it packs some features essential to the PlayStation 4’s premise. The patch notes for version 1.5 of the PlayStation 4’s firmware have been made available. We’ve […]
You are no doubt well educated in the policies and ways of Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint if you are a frequent reader of TechnoBuffalo. America’s largest providers always have plenty of news and drama to cover, but what about the rest of the world? Japan has its own cellular industry with three giants that […]