It may not be a de facto Steam Machine, but the Steam OS-compatible Jetpack gaming PC has our interest in a way. The newly announced rig sports an unusual form factor, one designed to slide right behind your TV so you never see it. Why did nobody think of this before?
The Jetpack, from British start-up Piixl, isn’t your usual liquid-cooled tower: instead, it’s a thin, long oblong designe…Read more
The mighty Samsung Galaxy S4 is an incredible phone, but it’s about to be eclipsed again. There are already plenty of rumours floating around about the next iteration of Samsung’s flagship beast, and it looks like it’s going to be one heck of a phone – here’s what to expect from Samsung’s next top end blower.
We’ve already heard that the S5 will be boasting an incredibly high-res screen, but…Read more
Google’s Chromecast is a great way of beaming over videos and music to your TV, but it’s limited to streaming from the web and not your local media. That could soon change, as it looks like media centre app Plex will be getting Chromecast support soon! Read on for all the details.
Streaming locally stored media to Chromecast has been one of the most requested features for Google’s media stic…Read more
Wearable tech is currently one of the biggest and hottest topics in all of gadgetry, ranging from the futuristic Google Glass to smartwatches like the Samsung Galaxy Gear and Sony SmartWatch 2, and even fitness wristbands. That’s not the only tech you might be wearing in the future though: Microsoft has just revealed a smart bra that’s designed to measure your mood – but what other crazy wearab…Read more
Nokia’s the current top dog of the cameraphone world with its outstanding Lumia 1020, but now it looks like Samsung’s aiming to catch up with a huge mobile image sensor of its own. According to a new report, the phone maker is looking to cram in a huge 20-megapixel sensor into its next big phone that’s set to launch later on next year. Fancy more megapixels on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4?
It’s a double whammy for mobile network Three today, as its 4G rollout has quietly started, bringing high speed LTE to thousands of customers, while if you’re a customer and headed to the States anytime soon, you won’t be charged a penny: the network is also getting rid of its USA roaming charges. Read on for all the details!
Three’s 4G network rollout kicks off today in London, Birmingham …Read more
Back in March, things were shaken up at Google as Android’s original creator Andy Rubin stepped down from his role to focus on other projects at the company, and now it’s been revealed what those are: robots. Read on for all the details!
According to The New York Times, Google has quietly purchased seven different robot companies for a new secretive robotics initiative, and has placed the m…Read more
Good news if you’ve splashed out for the incredible £10 Now TV Box, a Roku media streamer or a YouView set top box: you can now rent movies a la carte, thanks to the arrival of Sky Store, no subscription required!
The Sky Store, which offers a library of 1,200 films to rent, is now available to non-Sky subscribers via the web, as well as through Roku and Now TV set top boxes, and even You…Read more
Well, that was fast. The Sony PS4 has only been on sale for five days, and already it’s been blessed with a Demand 5 app, so if you’ve made the leap to next-gen, you can watch The Gadget Show whenever you want. Read on for all the details!
Fire up your new PlayStation 4 and you can now download Demand 5 to catch up on The Gadget Show and all your other favourite Channel 5 programmes. Jus…Read more
Apple’s latest iPhone 5s includes its biometric sensing Touch ID tech to unlock your phone with your thumbprint, but now it looks like the Californian giant is looking at other body parts to unlock your phone with: your face, for example. The Telegraph reports that Apple has filed a new patent that could use facial recognition tech to unlock your phone, or to hide information, but will it ever …Read more