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We’re getting a new Terminator game, and it will be out very soon. Terminator Resistance will be a single-player first-person shooter developed by Teyon. It will feature multiple endings, side quests, a leveling system, and crafting. The best part is that you won’t have to wait long to play.

European PS4, Xbox One and PC players can get their hands on it on November 15, 2019, while those in North America will have to wait until December 3rd.

Terminator Resistance is set 30 years after the events of Judgement Day in a post-apocalyptic version of Los Angeles. You’ll play as Private Jacob Rivers, whose goal is to take down Skynet and the machines with plasma guns and other weapons. Or, if you don’t care for an all-out brawl, you can approach things more stealthily. Either way, you’ll need to complete the story’s missions and save mankind.

However, Terminator Resistance will put you against iconic enemies from the films, like the the T-800, and new foes. In addition, you’ll be able to search the environments for scraps to trade and craft items, much like many survival post-apocalyptic games and level up yourself and your skills. Seeing as how it’s a series about time travel, there will be multiple endings and timelines, as well.

This November will also see the release of Terminator: Dark Fate, the next film in the series, but Terminator Resistance does not appear to be a movie-tie in.

This will also mark the first time we’ve seen the series on PlayStation since 2009’s Terminator Salvation. Let’s hope Resistance is better than Salvation was.

Watch the trailer video below:

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Yesterday was all about Huawei as the company launched its long anticipated Mate 30 series, which of course is the first Huawei phone that runs on Harmony OS. Not just about the phone, but Huawei also unveiled its new TV known to be “Vision TV” that also runs on Harmony OS.

However, it is a 4K TV just like the Honor Vision and Vision Pro TVs that were announced in August of this year. For the first time, Huawei will offer two TV models with screen sizes of 65-inch and 75-inch respectively. Two other models with 55-inch and 85-inch screens is reported to be launch in the near future.


Huawei's TV features a quantum color dots, ultra-thin metal edges, and is equipped with a pop-up camera to serve video calls. Hence, this camera will hide inside the TV body when not in use. On TV, Harmony OS will act as a central hub to control all smart home devices that support the HiLink platform.

Huawei also heavily advertises its Vision TV's AI features, likening the TV to a "big screen smart speaker." Furthermore, this TV supports voice commands, facial recognition and motion tracking. It also has several AI modes that help protect the visual health of young users by filtering the blue light emitted from the screen.

Vision TV also allows users to display content from Huawei smartphones with a simple operation. The TV remote has a touchpad and recharges via USB-C.


Huawei has not revealed the launch date and price of the Vision TV. Consumers outside the Chinese market probably shouldn't be too excited about this TV as Huawei's TV has little chance of competing with the best TVs on the market today.
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Earlier this month, the latest version of the Android operating system - Android 10 was officially launched by Google. While not making a significant difference compared to Android 9, Android 10 still scores points for valuable features like the improved Dark Theme night mode, new gesture features for good navigation, and more.

Currently, as well as the Google's Pixel models, only a handful of other manufacturers are updating their smartphones on Android 10.

However, according to the latest information, Samsung will be the next name preparing to conduct Android 10 updates for some of its smartphone models.

According to the reliable private source of SamMobile, the Korean technology firm will announce the Android 10 Beta testing program by the end of September, before officially launching the first test version in October.

This Android 10 Beta version will also come with Samsung's latest One UI 2.0 proprietary interface.

According to SamMobile, users of smartphones such as Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 +, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ will be given priority to experience before Android 10 Beta. This is quite understandable, as these are all flagship smartphones launched in 2019 by Samsung.

However, it is still not clear whether the Android 10 Beta version will be released at the same time on both Galaxy S10 / S10+ and Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+. Remember last year, Galaxy S9 users in certain areas were given priority to pre-download the Android 9 Pie test, earlier than Galaxy Note 9 users.

With older Samsung smartphones, of course users of these models will have to wait longer before the update will reach their devices.

For example, in the case of Galaxy S9 / S9+ and Galaxy Note 9 users , they will soon be participating in the Android 10 Beta test right after the Galaxy S10 / 10+ and Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+. The timing of the update of these models may be around late 2019 or early 2020, according to some rumors.


For users of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8, it is quite famous that these 2-year-old smartphones are not in the list of models upgraded to Android 10.

Anyways, here is a list of smartphone models (supposedly) that Samsung will upgrade to Android 10:


Flagship Models:
  • Galaxy Fold
  • Galaxy Note 10/10 + / 10 + 5G
  • Galaxy S10e / S10 / S10 +
  • Galaxy S9 / S9 +
  • Galaxy Note 9.


Galaxy A-Series Models:
  • Galaxy A9 (2018)
  • Galaxy A7 (2018)
  • Galaxy A6 (2018) / A6 + (2018)
  • Galaxy A80
  • Galaxy A70
  • Galaxy A60 
  • Galaxy A50, Galaxy A50s
  • Galaxy A40
  • Galaxy A30s, Galaxy A30
  • Galaxy A20, Galaxy A20e
  • Galaxy A10
  • Galaxy A90 5G.


Galaxy J-Series Models:
  • Galaxy J6 / J6 +
  • Galaxy J8 / J8 +


Galaxy M-Series Models:
  • Galaxy M10
  • Galaxy M20 
  • Galaxy M30
  • Galaxy M40


Galaxy tablet Models:
  • Galaxy Tab S4
  • Galaxy Tab S5e
  • Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2019)
  • Galaxy Tab A 10.5 (2018).
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While Huawei will launch its new generation of Made 30 today, it seems like the company will also launch some new wearables as well. Yesterday, images of the Huawei Watch GT 2 and Band 4 Pro was leaked.

The first is the Huawei Watch GT 2 model, which will have a circular face design similar to the first generation. In addition, this device also offers users a variety of watch faces with luxurious designs, sports or bunkers.

According to the information posted, Huawei Watch GT 2 will have two main versions: 42mm and 46mm. Specifically, the 42mm version will have a 1.2-inch AMOLED screen (390 x 390 pixels), an overall size of 41.8x41.8x9.4mm and a 20mm cord.

Meanwhile, the 46mm version will have a 1.39 inch AMOLED screen (454x454 pixels), overall dimensions of 45.9 x 45.9 x 10.7mm with a 20mm strap. Additionally, Watch GT 2 will own Kirin A1 processor and 5 ATM water resistance.


According to the posted image, the Huawei Band 4 Pro will have a design quite similar to the Huawei Band 3 Pro model with a color screen, rubber strap and flat-screen home button. However, the new smartband version will have a more youthful and sporty design.

Based on the information on the screen, it can be seen that this device will have a step counter function and display directly to the screen.
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Super wide-angle cameras and "Night Mode" are increasingly popular on smartphone. So recently, after the selfie camera, camera scoring website DxO Mark has added a grading list for wide-angle camera and "Night Mode" and thus, announces the score of some models available on the market.

The first is the night shooting list, DxO Mark will score in the cases of on / off flash, auto flash and "Night Mode" (if any). With the first devices being announced, the Huawei P30 Pro, Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and Galaxy S10 5G are the top three devices with 59 points. This is a huge achievement when the P30 Pro has "three times" the number of dots from two models from Samsung.


Specifically, Galaxy Note 10+ can capture faces at good brightness with a narrow dynamic range when the flash is turned on. When shooting at night and without the flash on, the image on the device is of good quality but lacks detail. However, brightness and details will be improved when users turn on the "Night Mode".

For the "Wide Angle" category, the Galaxy Note 10 and S10 5G are the two devices with the highest scores with 42 and 40 points.


The Galaxy S10 5G is considered to produce slightly lacking images from wide-angle camera. Therefore, it seems that Samsung has made some modifications on the Galaxy Note 10 generation.
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Yuji Naka, lead programmer and co-creator of the original Sonic the Hedgehog, is celebrating his 54th birthday. Naka’s celebration involves big news for fans of his work, though.

For the first time since joining Square Enix last year, the developer has teased his next project. Apparently, the industry veteran is hard at work on an “original action game” for the publisher.

Naka shared this exciting bit of information in a recent post on his personal Twitter page. See the tweet in question linked below:


As for what specifically Naka is developing, that much he did not divulge. Whatever it may be is bound to be an enjoyable experience, however, per his original announcement about joining Square Enix.

The former Sonic developer began working with Square Enix in January 2018. At the time, he only revealed his plan to produce “an enjoyable game.” Based on Naka’s most recent update concerning the project, it seems he may indeed be doing just that.

Yuji Naka joined the industry in the early 1980s, taking on a role at Sega. The 1984 action title Girl’s Garden served as the programmer’s first big project at the company, where he worked alongside Hiroshi Kawaguch, a Sega programmer who would later become better known for his work as a composer.

1991’s Sonic the Hedgehog counts as Naka’s first major hit. His contribution to the seminal game cannot be understated, as his expertise was integral to the core of the Sonic experience.
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Only two more days for the iPhone 11 trio to be delivered to customers. Before launching the new iPhone models, Apple has revealed an information about the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which many people have been wondering for so long.

In this year's generation, in addition to the camera system, all three iPhone 11 versions are upgraded very strongly at battery life as well.
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The most special happens to be the iPhone 11 Pro Max when it has more battery life than iPhone XS Max up to 5 hours. To achieve this, Apple not only optimizes its ability to use electricity, but also uses a battery that is much larger than its predecessor.


According to the safety certificates of devices from Apple at TENAA, the battery of iPhone 11 Pro Max has been designed with a capacity of up to 15.04Wh (iPhone XS Max is only 12.08Wh) equivalent to 3969mAh. Additionally, the battery voltage at 3.79V is 24.5% more than its predecessor.


Not only is the larger capacity, the iPhone 11 generation is also the first generation Apple to offer fast charging with 18W. Thus, users will be able to use the machine more comfortably.