Nintendo’s successor to the Wii has been off to a slow start, but it’s not quite the money printer that the original white box was – it’s already suffered from several major price cuts and it’s not yet clear if there’s light at the end of the tunnel. The next-gen console still lacking a few things to take it to the next level and keep it in the race alongside the Sony PS4 and Xbox One…Read more
As phones started to get bigger, it was only a matter of time before tablets started following suit in the size stakes. Say hello to the HP Envy Rove 20: a giant all-in-one tablet that you can literally use flat on your desk and carry around the house – just don’t expect to sling it in your bag easily!
Just like the name suggests, the HP Envy Rove 20 is a 20-inch portable Windows 8 machine…Read more
Smartwatches are nothing new, but smartwatches done right? They’re still few and far between. Now, a team on Kickstarter is hoping to change that with the Agent, a connected timepiece with a twist: it packs the same wireless charging tech as the latest Nokias so the computer on your wrist will never run out of juice!
The $149 (£99) Agent smartwatch hooks up to your smartphone (iPhone, And…Read more
Porsche Designs’ P’9981 BlackBerry was always an eye-turner with its slick lines and cutting edge design, but now the two companies have gone the extra mile and tuned it up with a luxury spin to produce a limited edition, 24-carat gold version of the smartphone. Would you empty your wallet for this?
The new gold version of the P’9981 carries all the sharp angles of Porsche’s original, as wel…Read more
Microsoft revealed to the world the Xbox One yesterday during its press conference in Washington last night, but there was one tiny detail left out during the unveiling: the next-gen Xbox has some hefty horsepower and it’s capable of driving games at Ultra HD 4K resolution – if you’ve got the telly for it!
Forbes spoke with Microsoft…Read more
It’s here: Xbox One – the all new, next-generation entertainment machine revealed by Microsoft during its press conference today. Of course, it’s not just only going to handle all your favourite TV shows, it’s still one heck of a games machine. Read on to find out all the games that were on show during the Xbox One reveal and you’ll be playing soon.
It’s official at last: the Xbox One. Live on stage at Microsoft’s press conference in Washington tonight, Xbox boss Don Mattrick revealed the brand new console and PS4 rival. We’ve got all the details on it here!
As we’d heard previously, the Xbox One packs PC-like innards, much like the PS4, along with a Blu-ray drive, 500GB h…Read more
Sony snagged a lot of buzz by teasing the new PlayStation 4 right before Microsoft’s big next-gen Xbox reveal, with a blurred video that shows some extreme close-ups of its brand new console. The hive mind on the web quickly got to work though, and pieced some of the puzzle together, coming up with this design of what the PS4 could look like, and it’s got everything seen in the teaser – is th…Read more
Yahoo had a few things to share during its New York City event yesterday, one of which was a massive redesign of its photo sharing website, Flickr, which now comes with a whopping one terabyte of free storage space to every user, and even a new mobile app. Is it time to switch to Flickr?
The photo sharing website’s redesign puts a whole new emphasis on full resolution, full screen photos, ma…Read more
Whatever it’s called, the next Xbox is coming tomorrow. That much, we know. But what about all the blanks left to be filled? We’ve heard many of the specs already from a whole host of reliable sources, including reports that the next Xbox will be packing a Blu-ray drive, PC-like architecture just like the PlayStation 4 and that it’ll be arriving in early November at two different price points, ...Read more