The long-rumoured sequel to the 2008 first-person freerunning adventure game, Mirror’s Edge, has popped up on Amazon, sparking even more speculation that it’ll be making an appearance at this year’s E3 next month. Gamers, fancy stepping into Faith’s shoes again?
Developed by EA’s DICE studio, best known for the Battlefield series of shooters, the first Mirror’s Edge game was known for its sl…Read more
Now that’s what we like in a week! Hot off the heels of several exciting conferences last week, Microsoft kept the gadget news rolling and had a lot to share on Tuesday with its special Xbox event, while Yahoo! revealed its all-new plans for storing your photos in New York. Meanwhile, we got our mitts on a Samsung Galaxy S4, spied a golden BlackBerry and took a look at a brand new timepiece wit…Read more
Ever fancied a real, full-scale X-Wing Fighter? How about one made of Lego? Well you could theoreticaly make your own, but you might need 5.3-million Lego bricks, a ton of time and somewhere to store it. Or you could let someone else go to all the trouble and just enjoy the results: say hello to the world’s largest Lego creation that was unveiled in New York yesterday!
This full-size Lego X-...Read more
Your smartphone is already a powerful gaming machine, but if you feel it’s lacking something in the way of physical buttons for your shoot’em ups and racing games, you’re in luck: Moga’s clever game controllers that slot in underneath your Android phone have just gone on sale in the UK – perfect if you don’t fancy the price and wait for the Nvidia Shield handheld!
Both the Moga Poc…Read more
It’s here! The gigantic 6.1-inch Huawei Ascend Mate, which makes even the Samsung Galaxy S4 look puny, has landed on our shores, and it can be yours for less than the price of a Samsung Galaxy Note 2!
Samsung’s Galaxy Mega 6.3 phablet might have topped Huawei’s 6.1-inch behemoth on the size sheet, but it doesn’t keep up in the specs department. Under the 720p HD Gorilla Glass-coated display,...Read more
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