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While we're not expecting any major phone news to come out of WWDC (aside from the possible appearance of the iPhone SE 2), all sorts of iPhone rumours are hitting the street as Apple's annual developer conference nears. The rumours range from some plausible changes and upgrades to some very silly-looking new colours.

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After the literal garbage fire that was the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung's upcoming flagship phablet needs to be more than just a big Galaxy S8 with a stylus. So before Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 8 on August 23, we're going to run through all the rumours and speculation to see if the Note 8 even has a chance of delivering on all the hype.

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When you're hoping a developer is working on a sequel to your favourite game, rumours become your bread and butter. And while you want them to be true, the reality is they're called rumours for a reason. Recently, it was suggested by Official PlayStation Magazine that Creative Assembly may soon divert resources to a new Alien game, however, Eurogamer has come back with its "own sources" that say "this isn't the case".

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4A Games, the studio behind the Metro series of shooters, has been somewhat quiet of late. Last we heard it was working on two titles -- a new Metro instalment and another, more radical game: an FPS set in space with a "very unusual design". However, it appears the latter project has been put on hold, going by one developer's LinkedIn profile.

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One of the most confounding things about the NBA 2K series over the last two years is why two special modes -- "The Jordan Challenge" from NBA 2K11 and "NBA's Greatest" from NBA 2K12 -- have neither carried forward nor, at least, been re-released as DLC. But a curious domain name registered to 2K Sports may change that.

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Interesting response -- or non-response, as it is -- by the voice of Franklin in Grand Theft Auto V at a New York Comic Con 2013 panel. When he and his co-stars were asked which Grand Theft Auto character they wish they could have portrayed, Fonteno replied Carl Johnson -- the protagonist of 2004's Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.