Titanfall Xbox One Controller

Titanfall is one of the most-anticipated games of 2014, and when it launches fans will be able to purchase a special Titanfall X-box One controller to express their epic fanboy status.


The controller will be sold alongside Titanfall on March 11th. However it does come at a higher price than the game itself, $64.99 US.


You can go and pre-order the controller yourself at Microsoft’s online store, which is currently out of stock.


Kindle Fire Attempts to Humiliate iPad Air in their new Commercial

In a new commercial for the Kindle Fire, Amazon directly compares the Fire to its biggest competitor, the iPad Air. The commercial also pokes some fun at Jony Ive’s soothing british accent often featured in Apple’s commercials. Although the commercial to seem to be making a serious point – that the new Kindle Fire is outclassing the iPad Air in almost every aspect. But then again, Amazon didn’t mention anything  about processing speed or graphical power… What do you think? What is the best tablet? iPad? Kindle Fire? Or maybe something completely different? Post your opinions below.


Update: Dropbox Redone with iOS 7 in mind

Thank goodness. Dropbox was looking was really looking bad there for a while, what with the iOS 6 theme sticking out like a sore thumb in the midst of all the clean new iOS 7 apps.  Now that I’ve updated, Dropbox looks, well, perfect. I love it.


Well done developers. The subtle blue lines standing out on the sharp and clean mostly white layout looks … wonderful.

News: Skype updated for iOS

Today, Microsoft rolled out an update for Skype on iPhone and iPad, with two-way HD video calling, as well as improvements to the messenger.


The main feature for this update is the enhanced resolution video call, which is great but unfortunately is only supported by Apple devices with the new A7 chip, which is used to power the iPhone 5s, iPad Air and the iPad mini with Retina display.


Before you go deleting the update notifications, there’s still reason to update Skype. The messaging department also got much needed upgrades. In the past Skype had to be running in the background to be able to receive push notifications, now with Skype’s integration with Apple’s Notification Center it can now show message alerts even when the app is closed. Also Skype promises for a faster sync across your devices – no more old messages popping up every time you open up Skype.