The Witcher 3, which is set for launch next year, will have free DLC for the PC version. That’s right, we said free (or at least very likely).
FiftyThree, the team behind blockbuster iPad app Paper, has secured $15 million in funding to create the ‘Office suite of the future’. It has also secured a high-profile team of hardware designers from influential companies, including Microsoft, to do it.
Indiegogo project “Minuum” is finally becoming a reality, and will be launched today as a beta application in the Android software store.
Lenovo has announced the sleek and elegant Thinkpad S531 Ultrabook at the Xander Zhou fashion show at London Fashion Week.
A team based at Harvard University and the University of Illinois at Urbana has succeeded in designing and creating functional 3D-printed batteries, made out of layers thinner than human hairs.
Microsoft confirmed that their games would launch at prices of $59.99 and although no one really expected anything different, it’s always good to get confirmation. This time it’s Sony’s turn.
Nokia is no stranger to tough times but things have been going a bit better as of late. Enough so that they’ve managed to attract Huawei as a potential buyer for the company, that is, if they want it.
First iOS 7 screenshots running on Apple’s iPad tablet shows off the new UI on the larger display, but also reveals something we previously didn’t know about.
A new leak suggests that the Finnish manufacturer is working on a device powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset, the fastest chip that is available in the market right now. A changelog file hosted on Nokia’s servers indicates that the company is manufacturing a device powered by quad-core processor, most probably Snapdragon 800. The file also
A new report suggests that the first Tizen 2.0 powered Smartphones from Samsung will run on the company’s own Exynos 4 chipsets.
The phone that seems like it will never be officially announced continues its FCC tour, this time with a new variant for another carrier. Hopefully this is a sign that an announcement is sooner rather than later.
TCL launches the Idol X (S950) quad-core Smartphone that boasts a 5-inch 1080p display with extremely thin bezels and a flat back, all of which costs just $280.
After what seemed like an endless number of leaks, Huawei finally goes official with the Ascend P6, the world’s slimmest Smartphone.
AT&T had previously said that it would open FaceTime over cellular for LTE iPhone users only in June, however it is being reported that the carrier has already started a nationwide rollout that’s not limited to LTE iPhones. Users have reported being able to make FaceTime calls over AT&T cellular on both HSPA+ and LTE.
Yesterday we reported that an alleged iPhone 5S logic board had been spotted, the component hinted that perhaps Apple’s next generation iPhone will not have major design changes and that it might not feature the company’s next generation A7 processor. Today a purported iPhone 5S display assembly has leaked, and it fits the logic board
A developer has discovered that Apple tested additional folder enhancements and gestures in iOS 7, though all of those improvements have not been readily made available in iOS 7 beta 1. The first beta of iOS 7 was seeded to developers immediately after WWDC 2013, these hidden settings have been discovered after performing a number
In tandem with the launch of G.Skill’s latest high speed memory kits optimized for the Haswell platform, the memory maker invited pro-overclockers from around the world to participate in a live OC showcase at their Computex booth. At the end of the week, six benchmark/frequency world records were achieved with the help of their TridentX
Rockchip Electronics announced their next generation 28nm SoCs for tablets based on GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ 28nm High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) manufacturing process.
We told you all the juicy details about it months ago, down to the CPUs and accelerators used, and the expected total size when finished, but we didn’t tell you it’s World’s No 1 even at the pilot stage. But there are buts and ifs here…
Toshiba’s first generation of Excite tablets has been much better received than the Thrive line, so instead of the company once again starting from scratch, the Excite family has been refreshed a couple of weeks ago with three new models – Excite Pure, Pro and Write.