Our latest software update for PlayStation 4, version 7.00, is launching this week worldwide. This update includes new functionality to key system features including Party and Remote Play features. We revealed a number of features included in the newly enhanced Party prior to its beta earlier this summer, and here are all of the details
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In its first week out, Pedro Almodovar’s Pain and Glory opened with confidence in New York and Los Angeles with an estimated $160,087. This should come to no surprise as it is a formula for an Almodovar release that continues to work for all parties involved. The drama, which follows a film director reflecting on
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Back in May, Tourlane raised $47 million in its ongoing mission to address the complex problems that still exist today around booking group travel. Tourlane has become a major player in this sector. We’re excited to announce that co-founder/co-CEO Julian Stiefel will be speaking at Disrupt Berlin in December! Tourlane works directly with service providers
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Iron Man VR was announced in March and has looked promising ever since. However, while we’ve gotten our hands on a small demo for the game, we’ve been eagerly anticipating playing the full release. During today’s Marvel Games panel at New York Comic Con, Marvel revealed we’ll finally have that opportunity on February 28. IGN
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Chris Claremont Credit: ClearMountain Creatives LLC Credit: Bill Sienkiewicz/Chris Sotomayor (Marvel Comics) Seminal X-Men writer Chris Claremont will be doing more work for Marvel in the new year. Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski announced the news during his panel with the writer at New York Comic Con. “We will be seeing more of Chris Claremont’s writing
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Several months back, we invited HTC cofounder and CEO Cher Wang to appear on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt. Sometimes, however, life happens. Two weeks ago, the company announced that Wang would be stepping down from the role, which would immediately be filled by longtime telecom vet, Yves Maitres. Thankfully, the former Orange exec also agreed
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What they’re reading: Kelsey Miller Posted by Lily, Associate Editor on December 17, 2018 When a rumor recently surfaced that Netflix was pulling “Friends” from its lineup at the end of the year, Twitter collectively lost its mind. No need to panic yet (Netflix has the rights to the ’90s phenomenon till the end of
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