According to the latest rumours Microsoft will require gamers to have an always-on internet connection for the Next Xbox to work, while this doesn’t sound too far fetched, it would leave the lucrative second hand games market stuck between a rock and a hard place. The console is expected to ship with a new version […]
Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC has unveiled its last quarter profits for 2012 and it makes for glum reading. The firm saw a 91 per cent fall in profits, and to rub even more salt into the wounds it’s been revealed the firm received an unlikely endorsement after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was apparently seen […]
It’s well and truly on. The next-generation console race has officially started as Sony has just tweeted confirmation that they show-off “the future”, and the follow-up to the PS3, at a Playstation event on February 20.
Yesterday, Research In Motion unveiled the Blackberry Z10, the first smartphone to run the company’s brand-spanking-new operating system BB10. The whole premise of BB10 and the Z10 is the ability to control pretty much the entire phone, and operating system, from a couple of cleverly engineered gestures and swipes. The phone itself doesn’t have a home […]
Research In Motion, the makers of the Blackberry, will host a glitzy event on Wednesday where they will finally take the wraps off their new operating system BB10, and unveil a host of new handsets that the Canadian firm hopes will turn around the company’s ailing fortunes. The Z10 Smartphone The 4.2-inch Z10, is the […]
Apple has just finished their last product launch of 2012 and have unveiled a raft new products. Some we already knew about: the iPad Mini and the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro. But, others were straight out of blue. There were refreshes for the 4th Generation iPad, the Mac Mini and the biggest surprise was the all-new super thin iMac.
Rumours of an iPad mini appear to be true, not that we ever doubted them, as Apple has sent out the invitations for what is widely speculated to be the launch of the iPad mini – a smaller version its iPad tablet.
Nintendo has finally unveiled its Wii U launch plans a full year after the console was officially shown off to the public at E3 2011. The main headlines are as follows; it will be released worldwide before the end of the year; with America first, then Europe and then, finally, Japan. There will be two versions on offer and will retail around £249-£299 depending on which version you opt for.