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
Thought the smartphone market was already crowded? You’ve not seen anything yet: a start-up is launching its new phone today, running another new smartphone operating system. Called the Jolla phone, it runs Sailfish OS and boasts some serious Nokia pedigree. But will it be enough to stand out with the iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and more all vying for your attention?
Meet th…Read more
We first spied it back in April, but it’s now gone official thanks to a listing on Acer’s website: the Acer Iconia W3 is your Windows 8-powered, iPad mini rival that comes with its own keyboard dock and an eight hour battery life. Is this your next tablet?
Under the Iconia W3’s 8.1-inch WXGA multitouch display, you’ll find an Intel Atom processor powering the slate, paired up with 2GB of RAM…Read more
It’s nearly here: Microsoft’s brand new Xbox reveal kicks off tomorrow at 6pm, but there’s still time for a last minute leak, and we’ve just had one seriously tasty rumour resurface. Originally talked about in a leaked document last year, Microsoft is set to bring augmented reality 3D glasses to the next console, and we could be seeing it on stage tomorrow during Microsoft’s event. Fancy this? ...Read more
While Google has been making waves at its Google I/O conference this week, there’s Android news to celebrate elsewhere too. The busy worker bees at Vodafone have put together a full-fat Android Jelly Bean phone that’s an absolute bargain, announced today. Meet the Vodafone Smart III, a 4-inch smartphone that will only set you back £95 on Pay as you go. Is this your next knock down price phone?...Read more
Is Sony set to add Xbox Kinect-style voice control to the PlayStation 4? It looks like it, as thanks to clues left by a job posting on LinkedIn, you might be able to bark orders at your next-gen console when it launches later this year – although we do wonder if you can order pizza through it!
TheNextWeb reports that Sony Computer Entertainment’s looking for a ‘speech recognition engineeri…Read more