Heads up Pebble owners, if you also happen to own an iOS device and have recently updated your device to iOS 8, you might be interested to learn that Pebble has recently announced that they will be releasing the Pebble firmware 2.5 update for their smartwatch. This update will bring about several new features, one of them being iOS 8 compatibility.
Apart from iOS 8 compatibility, which could be important for those who have updated their iOS devices, the firmware 2.5 update will also bring about support for Emoji. Yes, you read that right, if you wouldn’t mind seeing Emojis being displayed on your Pebble smartwatch, then version 2.5 will allow just that as you can see in the photo above. Read full post →Pebble’s Firmware 2.5 Update Brings iOS 8 Compatibility And More
Microsoft’s Halo games have typically been restricted to the Xbox platform, although Microsoft has released a couple of Halo games for the PC, but what gives? Why aren’t more Halo games brought over onto the PC? Well the game’s executive producer Dan Ayoub recently spoke with the folks at Kotaku and offered a reason as to why Halo isn’t as widely available on the PC.
According to Ayoub, “From a technical standpoint, you look at the architecture of the Xbox One and there are some similarities to the architecture of a modern PC. That certainly makes that sort of cross-platform development easier.” However it seems that while technically it makes sense to port the game over, the size of the Halo games makes it a lot harder. Read full post →Microsoft Explains Halo’s Lack Of Presence On The PC