Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm, has officially left the technical alpha stage and is now in closed beta. Details about getting invites to the closed beta have also been released, although it seems that gamers from this region will have to wait until the end of the month to find out how to get in on the action.
Samsung is apparently prepared to listen to users and will be introducing a series of changes to Touchwiz in an effort to improve functions. The new Touchwiz is rumoured to be appearing on the next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6, and will begin by eliminating redundant features.
Fujitsu has announced the development of a ring-like device that allows users to input handwriting; provided that they are used to writing with an outstretched finger. It looks to be a production line device, and is unlikely to be aimed at regular consumers; although there is no reason for it to reach the mass market.
Sony may look like they’re doing really well especially in the mobile phone business, but it looks like it’s not good enough and things might take a turn for the worst. According to Reuters, Sony is looking for new options for its money-losing TV and mobile phone operations, including joint ventures, and even sales.
Team Vulcun, an ex-Pro League of Legends team, has announced a fantasy league for the popular MOBA. Like fantasy football, players will buy and trade virtual players while getting points for how well their chosen players perform over the course of a season. There is also a US$250,000 prize pool to be won.