Mortal Kombat 11 For Nintendo Switch Might Be Delayed

Mortal Kombat 11 For Nintendo Switch Might Be Delayed

NetherRealm’s Mortal Kombat 11 was officially announced towards the end of last year where the game was initially pegged for a release on the 23rd of April, 2019 for the PS4, Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. It appears that the release on the Switch could have since been delayed, according to Amazon listings over in Europe.

The listings for the Switch version of the game have now been listed for the 10th of May which is a couple of weeks after the original release. It has been pointed out that this only seems to be for Amazon listings in Europe, and that Amazon’s listing for the game in the US still states the 23rd of April, 2019 for the Switch version, suggesting that the delays could be limited to Europe.

Canon Might Have A Pro-grade 100mp Eos R Camera In The Works

Canon Might Have A Pro-Grade 100MP EOS R Camera In The Works

Last year Canon announced their new mirrorless camera efforts with the EOS R. However compared to Nikon’s announcement, Canon’s announcement was a little less exciting. It turns out that this could be because the current EOS R that was launched was designed to be a mid-range model, and that the company has a pro-grade model in the works.

A new report from Canon Rumors and Northlight has revealed that Canon definitely has something high-end in the works, which apparently could be an EOS camera that sports a crazy 100MP sensor along with IBIS (in-body image stabilization). Apparently the use of the 100MP sensor had previously been planned for a successor of the EOS 5DS/R, which apparently was scrapped in favor of the high-end EOS R.

Android Q Might Bring A System-wide Dark Mode

Android Q Might Bring A System-Wide Dark Mode


Google has gradually been updating some of its core apps with a dark theme. It’s present in apps like YouTube, Messages, Google News, and even some parts of the Maps app. To some, it felt like Google was setting the stage for a system-wide dark mode in Android and it appears that the company might deliver it with Android Q, the next major version of its mobile platform.

A post by one Googler by the name of Lukasz Zbylut on the Chromium bug tracker raises the possibility that Android Q might finally bring a system-wide dark mode for the platform. The dark, more battery-friendly theme is widely appreciated so many users will be pleased if Google goes ahead with this.

Nintendo Envisions A Future Where They Might No Longer Make Consoles

Nintendo Envisions A Future Where They Might No Longer Make Consoles

Like many major organizations that have been around for a while, Nintendo has evolved over the decades from being a company that produced handmade hanafuda (Japanese playing cards) to being a company that creates video game consoles. It seems that this could be the direction that Nintendo will be headed for the forseeable future, but it also appears that the company is also open to the possibility that one day Nintendo could do something else.

In a recent interview with Nikkei (via Nintendo Everything), Nintendo’s President Shuntaro Furukawa revealed that it is possible that one day Nintendo could actually stop making game consoles and focus on something else. He expressed that as a company, being flexible is just as important as being ingenius.

Apple Might Be Interested In Sony's 3d Camera Sensors

Apple Might Be Interested In Sony's 3D Camera Sensors

What we’ve seen Apple do with every new generation of iPhones is offer new features while maintaining existing ones while improving on it. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that Apple could be interested in Sony’s 3D camera sensors, at least according to a report from Bloomberg.

According to the report, it claims that Sony is expected to boost the number of 3D camera sensors that they make due to interest from phone makers, Apple included. Satoshi Yoshihara, head of Sony’s sensor division said, “Cameras revolutionized phones, and based on what I’ve seen, I have the same expectation for 3D. The pace will vary by field, but we’re definitely going to see adoption of 3D. I’m certain of it.”

Samsung's Android Pie Update Might Bring Adoptable Storage Support

Samsung's Android Pie Update Might Bring Adoptable Storage Support


Google added the adoptable storage feature to Android a few years back. It’s the feature that enables the handset to treat the external and internal storage as one unified drive. Samsung has never supported adoptable storage on its devices but that might change with its Android Pie.

According to a new report, Samsung might bring adoptable storage support to its handsets with the Android 9 Pie update. The company will be opening up the beta program later this month and has already confirmed at SDC 2018 last week that it will release Android Pie for the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 in January 2019.

Fujifilm X-h2 Might Not Be Released In 2019

Fujifilm X-H2 Might Not Be Released In 2019

The Fujifilm X-H1 was officially announced earlier this year, but there has been speculation that the X-H2, its successor, could be launched in 2019. While many have praised the X-H1, given that it is the first of Fujifilm’s new lineup, it wasn’t surprising that reviewers felt that there were certain things could be improved upon.

Unfortunately if you were hoping to see the X-H2 launched in 2019, you might be disappointed to learn that might not be happening. A report from Fuji Rumors cites a “trusted source” that the X-H2 will not be arriving in 2019. This actually makes sense when you think about it, because unlike smartphones that are typically refreshed on an annual basis, cameras aren’t replaced that often so launching a successor every year doesn’t make sense.

Samsung's Android Pie Updates Might Only Start In January 2019

Samsung's Android Pie Updates Might Only Start In January 2019

One of the main drawbacks to using Android devices, especially those not made by Google, is that the availability of Android updates is usually a mixed bag, where there are some companies who want to be as quick to the market as possible, while there are others who seem to take their own sweet time, leaving users at their mercy.

Toyota Might Finally Support Android Auto

Toyota Might Finally Support Android Auto

Many car manufacturers have added support for both Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Toyota is one of the few manufacturers that haven’t opened up to Google’s in-car platform as yet even though it does support Apple CarPlay. Google may soon get some love from Toyota as a new report mentions that the Japanese auto giant will finally add support for Android Auto.