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National Treasure 3 is happening, and it's currently in pre-production

By: Jak Connor | TV, Movies & Home Theatre | Posted: 2 hours, 10 mins ago

It's been quite a while since the last entry in the National Treasure series, and now news has begun flying about a third installment being in pre-production.


Information has come out from The Hollywood Reporter in regards to a third installment in the series officially beginning pre-production. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bad Boys for Life's writer Chris Bremner is working on the film, and Jerry Bruckheimer will be the one to produce the film.

At the moment, it isn't confirmed whether Nick Cage will be the one to star in the third movie. If you have seen the two previous movies, then you'd be aware that Nick Cage was the main star of the movies playing the highly intelligent treasure hunter Ben Gates. Hopefully, Nick Cage returns to play Ben Gates as I believe that the third movie would just seem strange if Cage wasn't playing the main character.

Bulky headsets to be skipped for grain of sand-sized AR contact lenses

By: Jak Connor | Virtual & Augmented Reality | Posted: 3 hours, 12 mins ago

Eventually, technology will reach the point when both virtual reality and augmented reality won't require headsets; instead, all that humans will need is a special contact lens.


Mojo Vision is pushing that future and with every new technology leap they are bringing it closer to reality. The tech startup wants to skip bulky headsets and move straight into contact lens-based AR with the Mojo Lens. The Mojo Lens projects images on the users' retina with a MicroLED display that is the size of a grain of sand.

This display has 70,000 pixels, measures in at 0.5mm across, and delivers 14,000ppi. The energy-saving technology is also extremely impressive, as it uses only 10% of the energy a normal LED would. On top of that, the MicroLED display can emit 5x to 10x the brightness an OLED display can. Some of the specifications have been listed below courtesy of

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Louis Vuitton have made ear buds, and as you'd expect they are $1,000+

By: Jak Connor | Audio, Sound & Speakers | Posted: 4 hours, 16 mins ago

Earbuds are all the craze right now, with audio company's such as JBL moving full steam ahead into providing great wireless audio solutions. Louis Vuitton is also a brand that is jumping on the bandwagon.


Louis Vuitton is teaming up with Master & Dynamics to bring out a new pair of earbuds that have not only fantastic audio quality (?), but also capture modern aesthetic taste. Above, you can see an image of what has been created between the two companies -- new 'Horizon Earphones.'

Since the Louis Vuitton brand is attached to these earbuds, you can expect that the price would be increased exponentially, even if the audio quality is similar to some other earbuds that are a lot cheaper. If you assumed that, you are right. The Louis Vuitton branded earbuds cost an unbelievable $1,090, which is more than a 64 GB iPhone 11 Pro ($999).

Gamer plugs PS4 into airport information monitor to play Apex Legends

By: Jak Connor | Gaming | Posted: 5 hours, 15 mins ago

If you've ever been on a flight to the other side of the world, then you would understand the struggle of waiting at the airport for your next flight. But what if you didn't have to wait, and could play games instead?


According to a report by The Oregonian, a man at Portland International Airport took it upon himself to cure his boredom by plugging his PS4 console into one of the airport's information monitors. The man decided to jump into a game of Apex Legends, risking his luck both in-game and in real-life with authorities.

The airport was very quick to react to the incident, and according to Kama Simonds, Port of Portland spokesperson who spoke to KXL Radio and said, "That is obviously something that we don't want to have happened." The man who was in-game was approached by airport operators and was "very kindly" asked to exit his game. The man replied to operators and "very politely" asked if he could finish his game, the response was "no".

Rockstar may release games at a faster rate at Take-Two's behest

By: Derek Strickland | Gaming | Posted: 12 hours, 36 mins ago

Rockstar Games may speed up its game release cadence to appease parent company Take-Two Interactive's desire for accelerated launches.


According to reports from Rockstar Games aficionado YouTuber SWEGTA, Take-Two is pressuring Rockstar Games to release their games at a faster rate. "Take-Two is reportedly pressuring Rockstar Games to return to their more frequent game release schedule. Although this probably would be bad for bigger franchises like GTA and Red Dead, it could incentivize them to continue focusing on much smaller titles like Bully and Manhunt," SWEGTA said on Twitter.

This pretty much goes against everything Take-Two stands for, at least when it comes to Rockstar's titles. The publisher has repeatedly given Rockstar lots of flexibility and freedom--for instance, Red Dead Redemption 2 was delayed twice--and Take-Two understands that rushing projects only hurts them in the long run.

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Valve isn't making Left 4 Dead 3: 'We haven't worked on L4D for years'

By: Derek Strickland | Gaming | Posted: 13 hours, 42 mins ago

Valve confirms that Left 4 Dead 3 isn't in the works as a VR port or fully-fledged shooter, squashing years of rumors, reports, and carefully-sifted datamined info.


Today Valve dropped a bombshell: The Left 4 Dead series is pretty much on ice, and has been for quite some time. That means the oft-rumored Left 4 Dead 3 isn't happening any time soon.

"We are absolutely not working on anything L4D related now, and haven't for years," Valve told IGN. "We did briefly explore some Left 4 Dead next gen opportunities a few years ago."

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Sony's first-party PS4 exclusives are coming to PC

By: Derek Strickland | Gaming | Posted: 17 hours, 25 mins ago

Horizon: Zero Dawn will be the first major first-party PS4 exclusive to release on PC, sources tell Kotaku.


While Sony has yet to announce anything concrete, sources familiar with the company's plans say select marquee PlayStation 4 titles will be released as purchasable dedicated games on PC. The first game will be Horizon: Zero Dawn in 2020, and there's rumblings that Dreams is crossing over too. A selection of PS4 games are currently playable on PC via an active PlayStation Now subscription, but this new endeavor will see console exclusives cross over to PC storefronts, possibly even Steam or the Epic Games Store.

It's also possible Sony launches its own proprietary storefront similar to uPlay, Origin,, or the new Rockstar Games Launcher so it can keep 100% of all revenues from its games. Even with its own storefront, we should still expect its PC ports to arrive on Steam and the Epic Games Store.

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PlayStation 5's new DualShock 5 may be usable on PS4

By: Derek Strickland | Gaming | Posted: 18 hours, 33 mins ago

The PS5's DualShock 5 controller may be compatible with current-gen PS4 consoles, ushering in a new era of forward- and backward-compatibility.


Sony has already confirmed the PS5 will support PS4 accessories like the DualShock 4, but now it looks like the reverse is true: The DualShock 5 could be usuable on the PS4 and PS4 Pro. The news comes from a spec comparison sheet on PlayStation France that lists something quite interesting: DS5/DS4 controllers are both compatible on PlayStation 4 consoles.

This isn't entirely surprising news. In a recent interview with Business Insider Japan, Sony Interactive Entertainment President Jim Ryan strongly hinted the DualShock 5 was compatible with the PS4.

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Cyberpunk 2077's online multiplayer won't release until 2022

By: Derek Strickland | Gaming | Posted: 19 hours, 14 mins ago

Cyberpunk 2077's multiplayer isn't just an add-on component like GTA Online, but a fully-fledged game in itself. That means CDPR needs more time to work on it and the studio confirmed it won't launch until 2022 or thereabouts.


Today CD Projekt RED confirmed two big things: Cyberpunk 2077 was delayed to September 17, 2020, and that a new Witcher game isn't in development. That mysterious new AAA RPG CD Projekt RED has been working on in tandem with Cyberpunk 2077 is the series' online multiplayer project.

Now in a new investors Q&A session, CD Projekt RED gives key details on the multiplayer game. Despite likely using the same code, engine, and gameplay mechanics as Cyberpunk 2077, the multiplayer project won't meet its original 2021 release target. The way the execs talk about the online title makes it out to be a pretty ambitious standalone experience, complete with an engagement monetization structure and innovative features.

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New Witcher game not in development, CD Projekt RED confirms

By: Derek Strickland | Gaming | Posted: 20 hours, 23 mins ago

CD Projekt RED officially confirms it's not working on a new Witcher game, and is currently exclusively focused on Cyberpunk 2077.


Back in 2016, CD Projekt RED announced it was working on two games to release by 2021: Cyberpunk 2077 and a new unannounced AAA RPG. For the longest time we've speculated this mystery game could be Witcher-related. That's not the case. The Witcher 4 or a Witcher prequel starring Geralt isn't in development.

CD Projekt RED confirms the once-mysterious AAA RPG isn't a Witcher game, but Cyberpunk 2077's multiplayer component. This means Cyberpunk 2077's multiplayer is being treated as its own standalone release. "One thing we need to make clear is the AAA release we're working on in parallel with CP2077 is Cyberpunk multiplayer," CDPR SVP of business development Michal Nowakowski said in a recent Q&A session.

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