iPhone 6 reveal confirmed, Amazon buys Twitch, smartwatches aplenty, and two New Nintendo 3DS models: Gadget Digest
It’s been an exciting week for tech, especially right before the annual IFA tech extravaganza kicks off in Berlin next week! We’ve been treated to a wide range of top tech, with new hardware on the way from Nintendo, more Android Wear smartwatches are springing up and Twitch has finally been snapped up. Apple has also announced the date of its next big tech event – and we’re expecting to see th…Read more
Handheld gaming fans, Nintendo has got something just for you. The Japanese gaming giant has just revealed two brand new 3DS models that give you more controls, built-in NFC, microSD support and even improved screens too! Are you ready for the New Nintendo 3DS? Read on for all the details!
Announced today during its Japanese Nintendo Direct stream, the Mario maker has just updated its curren…Read more
Oculus Rift is one of the most hyped gadgets of the past few years, with developers rushing to port their games to the virtual reality headset, and Facebook snapping up the start-up for billions – and it’s still not a consumer product. Now it’s about to get even better though, with the clever, Kinect-like Leap Motion dongle coming to virtual reality headsets by way of a clever mount.
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iPhone fans, hold onto your hats: just as rumoured, Apple has officially announced that its next big event is happening on 9 September, and it looks like the Cupertino giants have plenty to reveal. Mark it down on your calendars, as this will be the day that Apple finally takes the lid off the hotly anticipated iPhone 6 and much rumoured iWatch. Read on for all the details!
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We’ve not got long to wait before the annual IFA tech expo kicks off in Berlin next Friday, and there’s plenty of goodies to get excited about. At last year’s show we witnessed the reveal of Samsung’s latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 3, an event that’s set to happen again this year, along with plenty of other phones, tablets and even a laser-guided beard trimmer – but 2014 looks to be all about …Read more
If you’ve bagged yourself a Kinect-less Xbox One for £349 and have been wanting to get a taste of the handy gesture and voice controls, you’ll soon be able to buy your very own Kinect. Microsoft has just announced that the standalone sensor is on the way to stores in October, letting you add the camera accessory to your console to automagically sign in and dance around with. Read on for all th…Read more
The iPhone 6 is shaping up to be one of the biggest announcements of the year, but there could be one mystery phone in the works that could overshadow it, and it looks like it’s powered by Cyanogen. Forget the OnePlus One phone, which also runs the Android-offshoot, as there could be a brand new Cyanogen-powered superphone on the way from startup Nextbit that could easily rival Google’s tip-top…Read more
IFA kicks off next week, but tech’s biggest titans are already falling over themselves to ‘pre-announce’ their brand spanking new hardware. Case in point: eternal arch-rivals LG and Samsung have just announced their latest smartwatches within hours of each other. But will the LG G Watch R or Samsung Gear S win out? Read on to meet them both.
The two South Korean gadget giants have been…Read more
While HTC has been busy cranking out a Windows Phone 8 version of its current flagship, the HTC One (M8), it hasn’t forgotten about its budget range either. The Taiwanese tech giant has just announced that there’s a new addition to the Desire family in the form of the 4G-equipped Desire 510 – and it promises to not break the bank! Can this topple the wallet-friendly 4G Moto G? Read on for all t…Read more
Mario Kart 8 fans, are you ready for a dose of brand new characters for your Wii U racer? While Nintendo has traditionally stuck to just Mario characters for its fast and furious kart title, two brand new DLC packs on the way let you race as Link from the Legend of Zelda, as well as the Villager and Isabelle from Animal Crossing! That’s not all, as there are a whopping 16 extra tracks on the wa…Read more