Sony's CES 2015 campaign goes under the "Welcome to the New World" motto and soon the cryptic teaser videos will be replaced with a live stream. The event will be held at the Sony booth in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center for who will attend in person and on a computer screen for those who can't.
The event starts later Today at 17:00 PST which is 01:00 AM GMT. You can Bookmark the link below to watch the livestream video once it starts.
Two months left for Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron to release and they have now released the third and arguably the most badass trailer of the film yet.
The newest trailer talks more about the Ultron Program and how it came to be. There is also more of Ultron himself in this trailer and we also get a better look at Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch. And of course, more of the Avengers themselves.
This is bar far the most detailed trailer released so far and sets the tone perfectly for the movie, revealing just enough to get you excited for the release. The sequel definitely seems to have a lot more action going on than the previous movie, which had a fairly slow start.
The First Trailer of the popular Tom Cruise series Mission Impossible 5 has been released, it will be titled as "Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation". The Trailer shows Tom Cruise performing the high-flying stunts viewers have come to expect in the spy franchise.
The movie plot is as following: "Ethan and team take on their most impossible mission yet, eradicating the Syndicate an International rogue organization as highly skilled as they are, committed to destroying the IMF."
The movie will hit theaters in IMAX on July,31 this year.
Director Alejandro G. Iñárritu's Academy Award-winning film Birdman is a dark comedy set almost entirely in one theater and shot to look like a single take. Iñárritu's follow-up film is pretty much the polar opposite of that, although it's Oscar ambition seems equally apparent.
The Revenant, "inspired by true events," stars Leonardo DiCaprio as Hugh Glass, a 19th century frontiersman who was mauled by a bear and left for dead by his expedition group (which includes Tom Hardy). The trailer is heavy on tension, ambience, beards, drums, and heavy breathing.
Google's big event is here, Today 29th September 2015 is the Android big-day-event and we are ready to start. As always Google will live stream the whole event on YouTube but what we goona see and when...
What time ?
The Nexus event will begin at 9AM Pacific time in San Francisco. Here are the times you can tune in from around the world:
- 9AM San Francisco
- 10AM Denver
- 11AM Chicago
- 12PM New York
- 5PM London
- 6PM Berlin
- 9:30PM New Delhi
- 1AM (September,30th) Tokyo
- 2AM (September,30th) Sydney
What to expect ?
Nexus 5X -- The second Nexus device from LG, the Nexus 5X, will feature a 5.2-inch screen, a 13 megapixel camera and a fingerprint sensor on the rear. It will feature plastic casing and come in three colors.
Nexus 6P -- Built by Huawei, this is expected to be the first metal-clad Nexus smartphone and will feature a high resolution 5.7-inch screen, a fingerprint reader and a 12.3 megapixel rear camera together with an 8 megapixel front-facing camera. The device is set to come in four colors, including gold.
Chromecast 2.0 -- The new Chromecast from Google will feature a new circular design and come in three color options according to one leak. The new dongle will have support for faster Wi-Fi, as well as offering something called Fast Play and more personalization options.
Android 6.0 -- Android M, as it was known when it was launched in May, and since been officially named Android 6.0 and codenamed Marshmallow. It will feature some minor visual upgrades, with most of the new features, including granular app permissions and a battery saver mode, being made under the hood.
Here's the LIVE Video STREAM of the Event, Enjoy!
We reported few days ago that HTC decided to cancel it's Smartwatch project because it won't be a very good competitor in the current market. This was disappointment for some HTC fans after a long year of rumors about it.
However, Looks like HTC will take its time on preparing its first Smartwatch to make an impact on the market, Latest reports from CNET suggests that HTC Upcoming Android Wear Smartwatch is set to launch on Early 2015, giving the company the time it needs to improve its watch.
The rumored name of HTC's first Smartwatch is the "HTC One Watch"... kinda like Apple Watch naming. let's wait and see what this Taiwanese giant have in the works for us.
Apple released a new lineup of devices this year... the iPad Pro, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and Apple Watch. All these new devices are running iOS 9 and powered by Apple A9 chipset which is said to be the most advanced and fastest CPU so far.
What you may not know that all these devices are actually Powered by Samsung, the Korean giant is the main manufacturer and supplier for the Apple A9 chip. Apple have chosen Samsung to build its CPUs since the Apple A6, admitting that Samsung is the best hardware supplier in the industry even though the companies are in a serious competition in markets and court too.
Also, Samsung has been allegedly employed to provide between 3,000 and 4,000 12-inch silicon wafers for the Apple S1 SiP (which powers the Apple Watch) each month, based on Samsung's 28nm manufacturing process for all Apple Watch variants.
This clearly tells that Samsung has a big part of the Apple's devices success.
As you probably know, the already bad situation turned worse for Samsung when a Galaxy Note 7 which was supposed to be safe, exploded right onboard a Southwest Airlines plane earlier in the week. This incident has resulted in the CPSC starting another investigation regarding the safety of the new Note 7s. Samsung is also carrying out their own investigation within the company to figure out the real reason behind this particular Note 7 catching fire, in addition to verifying if this phone was indeed a "safe" unit.
In the meanwhile, Applied Energy Hub battery laboratory has put before us, the exact nature of an exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7, via photos and videos. They simply applied pressure on the Note 7's battery until it began to smoke and then exploded into a ball of fire and smoke. The result of the experiment is scary enough to put most people off from buying the device, but keep in mind that this was a lab-controlled, forced experiment and not a real-life scenario. However, since the same thing would happen to your phone and anything near it, if you happen to own one of the malfunctioning smartphones, we are not so sure about the stylus toting phablet anymore.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
The Mobile World Congress is the biggest event of the year when it comes to smartphones, tablets and just about any other mobile consumer products. It's almost upon us as February 27 draws near, but do you know what to expect from the smartphone manufacturers this year at Barcelona? We have a pretty good idea, so here are the most anticipated devices that we could be getting a glimpse of in a few days.
If rumors are true, the HTC Ocean will be operated entirely via voice commands, gestures and of course, touch.
Although the G6 will probably not be sporting the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 flagship chipset, it is expected to sport the world's first 18:9 ratio borderless display with a resolution of 1440 x 2880 pixels.
TCL Communications are making the handsets for Blackberry nowadays and this is going to be their third handset after the collaboration. The Mercury will sport the trademark Blackberry keyboard and a fingerprint scanner.
Moto G5 and G5 Plus
The cameras on the Moto G4 Plus were simply the best in the mid-range segment and the G5 and G5 Plus are rumoured to sport even better sensors. We will have to wait and see what other improvements Lenovo brings in with the two new handsets.
There are also the Sony Xperia X, the Nokia P1 and the Huawei P10 that's incoming in a few days and we are pretty excited about them too. Which ones are you looking forward to the most? In case you were looking for the Galaxy S8 on this list, we are sorry to inform you that Samsung has confirmed that the S8 will be withheld from the Mobile World Congress this year.
Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)
Apple is Now livestreaming its iPhone 6 and iWatch event, and we expect one of the best lineups the company has had in years. The iPhone 6 and iWatch keynote will also be a test for chief executive Tim Cook as all eyes will be on the presentation and whether Apple lives up to the high standard of presentation and theatrics it has lived up to before with new unveilings.
Note that the iPhone 6 and iWatch livestream will require Safari 5.1.10 or later on OS X v10.6.8 or later, or Safari on iOS 6.0 or later. You would also be able to stream via Apple TV with software 5.0.2 or later. Apple iPhone 6 and iWatch event starts on September 9th.
Tim Cook took the stage at the start of today's event and almost immediately announced the new iPhone 6. The Apple iPhone 6 is based on iPod touch looks and has a 4.7" screen. Apple Also announced the iPhone 6 Plus and Apple Watch too.
The iPhone 6 screen is protected by "Ion-strengthened glass", which is curved around the edges for a more seamless experience when swiping. The screen itself is an LCD with "Retina HD," which translates to 750 x 1,334 pixels. This pushes the pixel density to 348ppi. Despite the new resolution, apps will "just work" thanks to a desktop-class scaler. This will only be needed until devs update their apps to support the new resolution.
The 8MP iSight camera is back for a fourth year in a row. Apple claims the sensor is slightly larger now - it has a 1.5µ pixels, features phase detection autofocus and sits behind an f/2.2 aperture. There's no OIS though, it relies on digital stabilization. The camera can shoot panoramas up to 43MP. The iPhone 6 prices are listed above.
As for the iPhone 6 Plus. It's built around a 5.5" IPS LCD display with an Retina HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels 1080p). The pixel density is 401 ppi and iOS 8 has been tweaked to take full advantage of the larger display.
The back of the iPhone 6 Plus is made of anodized aluminum and the stainless steel frame of the phone ensures its rigidity.
The user interface has been optimized to take advantage of the larger screen and offers split-screen mode in several apps like earlier leaks suggested.
The new 64-bit A8 chip that powers the Apple iPhone 6 Plus is built using the 20nm manufacturing process. Thanks to this it's more power efficient, while still offering 25% more CPU power and 50% GPU boost. The iPhone 6 Plus Prices are listed above.
The Apple Watch comes with a square screen and comes in 38mm and 42mm cases. There will be an 18 karat gold version, a more affordable stainless steel and aluminum versions will be available too. The steel version will be called Watch Sport, the gold one will be Watch Edition. All will have changeable wristbands, ceramic backs and sapphire screens. Six different bands will be available at launch.
The screen will not be always-on, it activates when you lift your wrist. The Glances feature lets you can swipe through pages of information on the touchscreen. The touch-screen is force-sensitive and you can add custom gestures.
Alternatively, you can use the digital crown to interact with the watch, including zooming in on the maps application. Siri will of course work with the Apple Watch. The watch won't have you typing in answers, it will recognize questions from incoming messages and offer appropriate responses. Or you could use Siri for voice dictation.
The watch can monitor your heart rate but relies on the iPhone for GPS positioning. Apple didn't announce the Apple Watch Price but it's Coming Early 2015 (Q1,2015).
The Apple Watch is arriving early 2015 in three versions Watch, Watch Sport and Watch Edition. The Watch Sport is going to cost $349 as Apple announced last week, but according to long-time Apple analyst John Gruber, the Gold Watch Edition version could retail for as much as $4,999.
The reason for the high price tag is that Apple is manufacturing the Watch Edition with solid 18-karat gold. It's not plated or coated. This kind of affair in watchmaking comes at a cost.
According to Gruber, at the very least, the Watch Edition is going to retail at $1,999. However, that's as optimistic as he's willing to go. He even goes on to compare the Apple Watch Edition to the more "affordable" Rolex watches stating that the $5,000 price tag isn't as ridiculous as it might initially appear.
Apple Watch was announced last year and should be released to markets this year, the shiny new Apple Watch is the first wearable device from the Cupertino company. The device will be powered by Apple S1 SiP (system-in-package), which is a smaller-sized variation of the SoCs (system-on-chip) that grace the insides of nowadays smartphones and tablets.
Who manufcatured the S1 chip that powers Apple's first Watch, its greatest enemy, Samsung. Yes, Apple Watch is Powered by the Samsung-made S1 chip. The Korean giant has also made the A8 chip that's powering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
DiGiTimes reports that Samsung has been allegedly employed to provide between 3,000 and 4,000 12-inch silicon wafers for the Apple S1 SiP each month, based on Samsung's 28nm manufacturing process.
The anticipated Apple Watch is expected sometime this spring, but in-depth information about certain versions of the wearable is already circulating in the air. A recent piece of info about the most exquisite variation of the wearable, the 42mm gold-plated Edition one, claims to reveal how much gold it will come with.
From the looks of it, the luxurious Apple Watch will pack a 29.16 grams of 18-karat gold. As per the current prices of gold, the Apple Watch Edition will come with $853.82 worth of gold. This is an approximate estimation, based on the notion that the average wall thickness of the watch case will be 1.15mm; the additional parts of the watch, such as the crown, the number markers, dials, and other parts of the gadget.
So, if just the watch case costs around $900 to make, how much will the Apple Watch Edition cost, exactly? It's about $1600 and will be here this April.
Apple already announced it's first Watch last September along with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 PLUS but didn't release into markets. Today, Apple has sent out invitations for an event to be held March 9th in San Francisco where Apple Watch will be official released. The title of the event is "Spring forward," a reference to Daylight Savings Time which begins the day before.
While no launch date for the smartwatch has been announced, Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that the device won't launch before April. Additionally, Apple Store employees are said to be in training for the release of the timepiece.
Apple will reveal a launch price for the Watch at the event along with pricing for the mid-range and high-end versions of the device. Apple has said that the entry-level Apple Watch Sport will start at $349.
The pricing of the three main versions of the Apple Watch was finally announced at the company's Spring forward event.
The Apple Watch Sport is made out of special aluminum alloy, which is 60% tougher than regular alloys, but still as light. It's offered in 38mm and 42mm versions and will cost $349 and $399, respectively.
Then there's the Apple Watch, what you'd consider to be the classic version. It features a stainless steel body and its price is dependent on the band you choose. Prices for the 38mm range from $549 to $1049, while the 42mm will sell from $599 to $1099.
Finally, the Apple Watch Edition, which is made out of 18K gold is going to start at $10,000 for the 38mm one and $12,000 for the 42mm. Tim Cook didn't specify any further pricing information about it but one thing's for sure, it's a limited edition thing and will only be offered in select Apple stores.
Customers can try the two simpler versions of the Apple Watch in many Apple retail stores starting April 10. You can pre-order them from the same date with purchases shipping from April 24. Not all countries will get it at first, as sales will commence in Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, UK and the US.
Apple announced that its first shiny new wearable device "Apple Watch" will be Available next month (April 24th) Starting from $349 up to $17,000. The device will be powered by "Apple S1" SiP (system-in-package), which is a smaller-sized variation of the SoCs (system-on-chip) that grace the insides of nowadays smartphones and tablets.
Who manufactured the S1 chip that powers Apple's first Watch, its greatest enemy, Samsung. Yes, Apple Watch is Powered by the Samsung-made S1 chip. The Korean giant has also made the A8 chip that's powering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
DiGiTimes reports that Samsung has been allegedly employed to provide between 3,000 and 4,000 12-inch silicon wafers for the Apple S1 SiP each month, based on Samsung's 28nm manufacturing process.
Apple Watch is Now Available for Pre-order in the U.S. and Canada. All three versions Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, and Apple Watch Edition in various color, size, and strap combination, are Now Available.
The prices range from $349 for the base model, which is the 38mm Apple Watch Sport with the Sport Band and goes all the way to an eye-watering $17,000 for the 38mm 18-Karat Yellow Gold Apple Watch Edition with Bright Red Modern Buckle.
As we reported before, We would like to remind you that Apple's first Smartwatch is Powered by a Samsung-made SiP (system-in-package) which is called the "S1" chip. DiGiTimes reports that Samsung has been allegedly employed to provide between 3,000 and 4,000 12-inch silicon wafers for the Apple S1 SiP each month, based on Samsung's 28nm manufacturing process.
No matter, if you are an Apple user or Android fan, the Apple launch event is exciting for anyone interested in the latest technology. There were some doubts about the Apple 2020 event this year due to the coronavirus situation, but as the world is learning to live with the virus, we have the official dates for the event. An Apple event is going to be held this month on 15. To keep everyone safe and hassle-free, the event will be held completely online. We are expecting that company would launch the iPhone 12 series, or a few other devices, such as the new iPad and Apple watch.
Here is how you can watch it virtually. Apple event will take place online on Tuesday 15 September 2020 sharp at 10 AM or follow the different regional timings:
West Coast US: 10 am PDT
East Coast US: 1 pm EDT
UK: 6 pm BST
Central Europe: 7 pm CEST
China (Beijing): 1 am CST (16 September)
Japan: 2am JST (16 September)
Australia (Sydney): 3 am AEST (16 September)
Last year, Apple live-streamed its event on its official website and YouTube channel. This time, it will be the same. You can also watch it on your second-generation Apple TV, by going through the Apple Events app from the App Store for the Apple TV, or stream from your iOS device via AirPlay. Mark Gurman from Bloomberg tweeted that he doesn't think that Apple is going to launch Apple 12 family in this event. According to him, this event is to announce the iPad and Apple watch. The official invite is tagged with the phrase "Time Flies", which makes more sense if its watch related. As Apple hasn't mentioned any detail on the devices its planning to release on the Event, we have to wait and see.
LG's round-faced smartwatch running Android Wear, the G Watch R, is due to become available on October,14th. The news reportedly comes straight from the Korean company itself.
LG hasn't yet officially announced pricing for the G Watch R internationally. However, the press release unveiling the new watch for the German market mentioned a recommended retail price of €299.
That will probably translate into $299 over in the US, as mobile devices and accessories usually cost the same amount in both euros and dollars. Today LG has once again shied away from saying anything specific, but "a company spokesman" did confirm that it would be more expensive than the already available G Watch.
Last year, a lot of Smartphones makers jumped into the Smartwatch Market, and apparently in 2015 we can expect some more of that. Specifically, it looks like those companies that haven't yet presented a smartwatch will do so soon. The honor of being first to do that this year goes to Alcatel.
That's because what you can see in the image above is the Alcatel OneTouch Watch. TCL (the company owns Alcatel brand) is obviously quite proud of it, since it decided to semi-announce it a few days before the CES 2015 event.
That doesn't, however, mean that we get any details about it alongside the picture. Presumably every spec will be unveiled next week, but before then we can see that the Wave 2 comes with round touchscreen. At least 4 strap options will be available. This Watch will be Available for purchasing in the upcoming months.
2018 will forever be remembered as the year that gave online gambling the publicity that it needs. The growth observed in the online gaming industry, the increase in technological advancements, and the incorporation of virtual reality is now shaping online gambling as a market to be reckoned with.
But, with so much observed so far, there are just a few more surprises to be expected in 2019. Let us provide you with some trends to expect.
- More Advanced Role of Virtual Reality- Online gambling industry will definitely be looking to consolidate on their success with the use of virtual reality in the industry. They will be looking to provide more dynamic ways of playing games and experiencing the casino atmosphere. For example, Oculus Rift and Gameplay are looking to take their users to a whole new level with AR in their gaming experience. They will now see their playing partners and opponents on the same table with this new technology.
- Increased Use of Digital Currencies- Since Bitcoin started out in 2009, more and more digital currencies like Ethereum, Litecoin, Dash, Ripples and the likes, cryptocurrencies are now seen as a valid means of transaction. Even though the growth is gradual, sooner or later, the world will accept it and it is even poised to overtake fiat currencies. More and more gambling sites are making available the option of depositing and withdrawing in Bitcoin- which is the most popular digital currencies. So, if that has started right now, expect more of it in 2019. Other cryptocurrencies will definitely be added. Another advantage is the fact that the blockchain technology provides a better and more secure way of completing transactions.
- More emphasis on Technology- 2019 is poised to be a better year in the integration of more technology in the online gambling industry. For now, the technology behind secure logins will continue to get better, trying to improve how often a user needs to type up their username and passwords during an online session. We can also expect that fingerprint technology will be improved to help users get an easier way to logging in, as in the case with Swedish bank ID. It is common nowadays to use fingerprints in unlocking our smartphones. Imagine how easy it will be when users can access their accounts by just scanning their fingerprints.
- Improved Live Dealer experience- Presently, the live dealer gaming experience is common among online gamblers because with it they feel like they are part of the actual stuff the more. In 2019, we can expect such innovation to get even better. For example, Golden Nugget is starting to offer more to its customers in the Live Dealer experience by featuring a roulette option straight from the casino. Online casinos is another area that we expect big changes in 2019. Even though sites like https://www.hajper.com/ already allows you to play live casinos online now, you can expect something new and even better from them in 2019.
- Cross-platform Gaming- Presently, many people like executing a lot of things from their mobile devices. The same goes for online gaming too. For instance, recent statistics show that 50% of the revenue generated from gambling comes from mobile devices. It is a known fact that people love doing things on-the-go. We can rightly expect that online gaming platforms will be trying to make their services more available via the internet in 2019.
So, expect the unexpected. Expect big things from the online gambling industry in 2019.
LG just made their new smartwatch official, the LG G Watch R, and from the looks of the photos, the Moto 360 now has some serious competition. The LG G Watch R features a 1.3 inch P-OLED display with a resolution of 320 x 320 pixels, P-OLED stands for Plastic OLED, and according to LG, the display utilizes 100% of the watch face.
Under the hood of the LG G Watch R is a quad core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor and 512MB of RAM, the device also comes with 4GB of built in storage and a 410 mAh battery. The G Watch R also features a 9-Axis (Gyro/ Accelerometer/ Compass), Barometer, PPG (heart sensor) , and it comes with an IP67 rating for dust and water resistance, and it comes with Google's Android Wear OS.
LG will be showing off their new LG G Watch R at IFA 2014 next month, the company has said that this new Android Wear smartwatch will go on sale in quarter four, as yet there are no details on pricing.
In terms of design, the LG G Watch R is one of the best designs for a smartwatch we have seen to date, up until now, the Moto 360 featured the most interesting design.We know what the Moto 360 looks like, but are yet to find out the devices specifications, it will be fully unveiled at IFA next month.
We have gotten a sneak peek at LG's upcoming Android Wear smartwatch, apparently known as the LG G Watch R. The video LG released earlier didn't really show much, other than brag about the fact that it will have a full circle Rounded display.
LG has now posted an image of the watch on its Facebook page, which gives a slightly better look at the watch. It is about as traditional looking as it can get and with the default watch face looks pretty much like any other watch.
The most amazing thing about the just released Apple Watch, is the User Interface. Well, Even if Apple Watch will not be available until early,2015. You can get this incredible UI right now on your Android Wear Smartwatch and its customizable too.
It turns out that someone has already copied the home screen of the Apple Watch, with all those circular icons, and made it available for Android Wear devices. Note that this is just a watchface. Hence, the icons don't do anything, you can't tap them to enter apps or the likes.
The design is still there, though. What you see above is called the "Pear Watchface", and it can make it to your Android Wear watch by using the WearFaces app which you can find on Google Play. As you may have guessed, this app lets you install many different watchfaces on your Android Wear powered smartwatch, and now Pear is one of them.
LG has just started selling the LG G Watch on the Google Play store. However, we are hearing reports and confirmation about the 2nd Generation G Watch. According to an LG official speaking to the KoreaTimes, LG will unveil a brand new smartwatch (LG G Watch 2) at the IFA 2014 fair in Berlin, which is only a month away.
It's unclear whether LG will show the G Watch 2 to users or have a media and business clients-only affair. The source point that the LG G Watch 2 could have an OLED panel made by LG Display and make use of a Qualcomm chipset.
LG was reportedly eyeing its in-house Odin chips for the task but they aren't yet ready to make it to commercial products.
Samsung's IFA UNPACKED EP.2 2014 Event is about start, We will see the New Galaxy Note 4 and all its features in this event along with some other accessories and devices from Samsung.
You can watch the Online Live Video Streaming of the event Note 4 Revealing Here.
A couple of days after the first Samsung Galaxy Note 4 video teaser went live, the company released the 2nd one today. The phablet is set to debut in less than two weeks, on September,3rd.
Once again, the teaser video focuses on the Galaxy Note family core feature its S Pen. Unlike last time however, when the video was focused entirely on the joys of handwriting, the new clip showcases more of the S Pen's features, as well as its overall integration into the TouchWiz UI.
The first video makes fun of the difficulties Apple had with the live stream it was supposed to be sending out yesterday, during its new product introductions. The spoof shows the two genius bar workers, one who is pretending to talk as though he were a live feed breaking up. "You're in technology and you can't handle this?," the other genius bar worker says. Every one asked Apple the same question on Tuesday. Score one for Samsung.
In the second ad, the same two "genius bar" employees are watching what is obviously supposed to be yesterday's Apple iPhone 6 announcement. They rejoice in the introduction of the larger screened iPhones, until they come to the realization that other phones have larger screens (like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4).
The rest of the ads cover things like the Apple Watch, the S Pen, Multi Wimdows and battery life. We've embedded all six below for your viewing pleasure.
Samsung released a video teaser of the upcoming Galaxy Note 4. The device will debut next month, on September,3rd at a dedicated Unpacked event that will take place simultaneously in three cities.
The teaser video is focused on the joys of handwriting. It ends with a "Ready to Note?" question and the date 9/3/2014. Watch the Teaser Video below!