Nokia Lumia 925, Google I/O kicks off, and the world’s priciest Android games consoles: Gadget Digest
What a busy week! Conferences galore from the likes of Nokia, BlackBerry and Google, with a whole host of brand new announcements, gadgets, updates and more from the biggest players in tech – plus we spy the world’s most expensive Android gaming consoles and the return of a legendary racing game. Find out all the hottest headlines from this week right here in your Gadget Digest.
Google’s top end Nexus 4 superphone might not have appeared during this week’s I/O keynote, but that hasn’t stopped a svelte white version popping up online, along with details that it’ll be available to buy in the Google Play store on 10 June packing the all-new Android 4.3. Is this your next Android phone?
The next Android update and a refreshed Nexus 4 were rumoured to be revealed during …Read more
Apple’s hit a huge milestone today: it’s passed a staggering 50 billion downloads on the App Store for iOS devices, and one lucky winner’s picked up a massive prize along the way.
Since it launched in June 2008, more than 50,000,000,000 apps and games have been downloaded on the iTunes App Store for iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. That’s a staggering statistic: spread out over five …Read more
Bang & Olufsen’s Danish design maestros have been hard at work on yet another chic product that matches up nicely with the company’s BeoVision smart TV, and makes your living room truly drool worthy . Say hello to the BeoLab 14 system, which takes simple and stylish looking satellite speakers and pairs them with a powerful vase-like subwoofer to give your living room a boost in both the audio a…Read more
There’s another new smartphone on the loose this week rocking some killer camera tech. Hot on the heels of the Nokia Lumia 925, meet the ZTE Grand X2, an Android phone running on a 2GHz Intel chip – with a seriously rapid fire camera.
The ZTE Grand X2 picks up where the Chinese company’s delightful Grand X phone picks off: you get a 4.5-inch HD screen, Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”, a gig…Read more
Google kicked off its sixth annual Google I/O conference yesterday in San Francisco with an epic keynote on the company’s latest developments across the board, from Android to music and even Google+. Here’s all the news that you need to know about day one of Google’s conference – and all the new services and goodies coming your way.
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Google’s taking Spotify…Read more
Oh yes, it’s true: Gran Turismo 6 is coming, and if Sony keeps to its word, the wait won’t be nearly as tortuous as for its predecessor. The next-gen racing game is scheduled to hit the PlayStation 3 – and in time for Christmas!
Sony and Gran Turismo developer Polyphony Digital are hosting an event at Silverstone today to celebrate fifteen years of the hit driving sim franchise – and the…Read more
During BlackBerry’s Live conference in Orlando yesterday, the Canadian company announced the reveal of another QWERTY keyboard-toting handset to its line-up, the cheap and cheery, entry-level BlackBerry Q5. But that’s not all BlackBerry had to share: BlackBerry Messenger is no longer exclusive to BlackBerry phones, as the company’s instant messaging service is making its way to iPhone and Andro…Read more
The wait is over: Nvidia’s blazing Shield Android gaming handheld is ready for your pre-order from 20 May and will set you back $349 (£229) from Nvidia.com, meaning PC game streaming on the go is nearly a reality.
While it has plenty of competition, Nvidia’s gamepad-with-a-screen is a lot different from the crowd: under its clamshell hood, it packs in a high-def five-inch touchscreen on top…Read more
The Nokia Lumia 925 made its debut this morning, bringing a brand new look to the Finns’ line of Windows Phones, as well as new, souped up camera. Is it the true Samsung Galaxy S4 rival we were hoping for? We got hands on with the device at Nokia’s London launch event today to find out.
While Nokia’s previous Lumia phones have been rock solid, they’ve also been about the size and…Read more