Top tech this week: 4G coming to UK, Call of Duty for PlayStation Vita, colour Amazon Kindle, new Apple iTunes, and more
Another massive five days in gadgetdom has come to and end. So much has happened. Highlight of the week has to be the launch of the PlayStation Vita. It’s the most graphically powerful gaming handheld ever seen. Oh, and 4G is heading to the UK this year, too.
If you’ve missed any of our major stories this week, read on for a catch-up in our latest Five for the Weekend.
4G in the UK, courtesy Everything Everywhere 4G is coming to the UK. And it’s coming this year, courtesy of Everything Everywhere. Trials will take place in Bristol in April, before hopefully rolling out to the rest of the UK.
Call of Duty Vita confirmed, Black Ops 2 also coming Love Call of Duty? Good. Because even more Call of Duty goodness is heading to the PlayStation Vita. We don’t yet know if it will be a port or an entirely new Call of Duty game just yet though. And how about this: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 is also all but confirmed after the game was listed on Amazon.
This week Nokia has been teasing a new technology called Pure View, hinting that the company is about to unleash a new camera phone to better the 12-megapixel Nokia N8. Roll on MWC 2012.
Apple’s iTunes store is great for downloading some of the best mobile games, music and apps you can find, but deep down there’s a lot that be be improved. Thankfully for users, Apple is going to do something about that.
Rather than the larger Amazon Kindle Fire that’s being rumoured, it is believed that Amazon is ready to ship new versions of its eReader with colour E Ink, which could ship as early as next month.
Which story of the week has got you most excited?