Kemco releases ‘Tears Revolude’ RPG, interesting new gameplay, plot

From time to time, you do get the odd let’s-try-something-new game from Japanese game developers Kemco – and this new RPG called “Tears Revolude” will certainly fall under that category. We don’t get knights and dragons and fighters and wizards at the onset, we get a guy trying to find lost art. While that may not be to strange or even too common, it sure piques our interest as to what the game has in store for this “lost art” guy.

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf is now out on Android, finally

For a game to be in development since 2013, it must mean that the developers took a whole lot of time figuring the game out and making sure it’s fit for gaming time. HeroCraft are not slouches as developers, so you could mostly expect a good game out of “Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf” – the game finally launching via the Google Play Store.

Try not to die as fast as you can in Stuntman Stuart

If you’ve always dreamed of being a Hollywood action movie stuntman but you’ve always been afraid of a little blood, the threat of impalement and decapitation, and maybe the possibility of dying, then you’ve probably made a good decision not to pursue that dream. Instead, you can just play a stuntman in a digital world, and with this new mobile game called Stuntman Stuart, you can avoid dying as fast as you can as you perform these death-defying stunts.

Dragon Ball Z Dokan Battle now available worldwide on Android 

If you’re a huge Dragon Ball Z fan and love anything released that is connected to your beloved anime, then you were probably frustrated when the newest game from the franchise was released in Japan only. But now, Bandai Namco has announced that Dragon Ball Z Dokan Battle is now available to the rest of the world (well, still selected territories) and not just Japan anymore, where it enjoyed 15 million downloads in 3 months. Now it’s our turn to enjoy the intense Dragon Ball universe once again, this time on our Android devices.

Micromax YU rolls out new Yu Yureka Plus, an Amazon India exclusize

If you’re not familiar with YU, it’s a brand under Micromax. And who is Micromax again you ask? It’s the company that Cyanogen partnered with instead of OnePlus which resulted to a number of issues and temporary injunctions. Amidst all these, Micromax still was able to unveil a YUreka Cynagon smartphone in India last December. A few months after, we heard a follow up phone dubbed the “Project Caesar” would be revealed.

Huawei Honor 7 coming to Europe very soon

The month of June ended with Huawei launching the Honor 7. The company's latest flagship phone were quickly sold out. Within 12 hours, the Chinese manufacturer received two million pre-orders. That's about 200,000 units per hour and 9 million after one week. It's such an impressive milestone by Huawei and so the next question a lot of people are asking now is if the phone's coming to Europe. You guessed it right. The answer is a big 'Yes'.

Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge get security thumbs-up from UK group

The Communications and Electronics Security Group (CESG) is part of the information security arm of the UK Government that make sure consumer products are up to par when it comes to data security, and Samsung’s flagships – the Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge, with their KNOX data encryption program – just got certification from CESG as certified secure products.

LogDog  lets you know if someone’s hacking your online accounts

It’s true what they say, you won’t really care about hacking unless you yourself (or people really close to you) have been hacked. But you have to understand that this is such a common occurrence that protecting our online properties should be second nature to us. Sometimes though, you don’t know that you’ve been hacked or that someone is trying to hack you until it’s too late. A new app called LogDog not only protects you online but also serves as a hacking watchdog with an early warning system.