Today we have some great news about Grand Theft Auto 5, Amazon Prime perks and Nexus 6 availability. Will you be enjoying any of these?
The record-selling Grand Theft Auto V is an amazing game, but it is about to get even better with an update coming on November 18th. This update will be available for PS4, Xbox One and PC, and it looks quite impressive.
This new update will feature different viewing modes. More notably, one in which a first-person perspective is much more emphasized. There will also be improved graphics and effects, especially for PC users, who will now be able to bump up resolution to a stunning 4K.
In addition, Rockstar has added 20 new wild life species, 150 new songs, more conversation content and 32 new vehicles. Catch a glimpse of it right below.
Opinion: This is quite a huge update. I guess it’s time to power on that Xbox! It has been collecting dust for a while.
Photos don’t usually take a lot of space, but it’s so easy to take them nowadays that they can definitely add up. It sure wouldn’t be nice to lose them, and Amazon is turning this into yet another perk to entice you to join Amazon Prime.
The online retailer is now offering Prime subscribers unlimited photo storage. Any photos you add into your Cloud Drive will no longer count against your data limit. This does include only photos, though. No videos or other content.
Want to sign up? Amazon Prime will cost you $99 a year and you can join via Amazon’s website.
Opinion: One thing that does make this deal worth it is seeing that it does support RAW formats. These files tend to be quite large and photographers would go nuts to have this as a storage option.
Those itching to get that Nexus 6 in their hands are probably checking the Google Play Store every day. Likely multiple times a day. This is why Google is saving you the struggle by letting you know they will try to make them available weekly, each Wednesday.
“We are getting more Nexus 6 devices in stock as soon as possible. To make things simpler for you, we will work to make more devices available each Wednesday and encourage you to visit the site then.”
Opinion: There you have it. No need to burn that refresh button away!