Zen Studios, creators of the many digital pinball games, have announced plans for Aliens vs Pinball. The three table pinball game, based on the 20th Century Fox sci-fi horror film series, will be released later this year on multiple platforms.
Apple has removed the iPhone 5s and the first version of the iPad Air from the online Apple Store. The older devices are being removed a few days before the company begins selling the iPhone SE and the 9.7-inch iPad Pro.
Apple announced that the newly revealed 9.7-inch iPad Pro will include a new True Tone display, which will measure the color temperature of ambient light and will adjust the color temperature to match.
Apple announced that the new 4-inch iPhone SE will have a starting price of $399 without a contract and 16GB of storage, or $499 with 64GB of storage. People who buy the phone with a two-year contract will be able to get the 16GB version for free.
Amazon has signed a multi-year deal with the BBC that will give Amazon Prime Video exclusive rights in the U.S. to stream the reboot of the Doctor Who sci-fi franchise. The first eight seasons will be available on the service on March 27, with the ninth season coming this fall.
Amazon has extended the reach of its unlimited storage subscription plans for its Amazon Cloud Drive services to Canada. Like the U.S, Canadians can upload an unlimited number of photos to the service for $11.99 a year, or an unlimited number of any file for $59.99 a year.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said in an interview that the social network's current 140-character limit for public posts is "staying". Previous rumors claimed Twitter was considering an option to increase that limit to 10,000 characters.
Ford has announced that the 2017 edition of the Escape compact SUV will be the first vehicle from the company to support Apple's CarPlay, via its Sync 3 system. Production of the car has started and sales will begin in May
Instagram has announced that in the coming months it plans to 'optimize' and change the order of posts in its user's feeds, based on content, relationships between members and timeliness. It add that it will be taking feedback from users and will "take time to get this right".
Gameloft has announced plan to release Disney Magic Kingdoms on March 17 The game will let players create and build their own Disney-based park, after the evil Maleficent comes by and breaks down the park.
Sony's PlayStation Vue Internet TV service has now expanded to over 200 cities in the U.S. The service, which is available on the iPhone and iPad, offers three different subscription tiers for those cities, ranging from $29.99 to $44.99 a month.