Jump in for screenshots, box art, announce trailers and story info on Crytek's newly announced sequel, Homefront: The Revolution.
The minor update is said to include security enhancements and bug fixes and should fill in the void until the next major version of Android is announced.
A play for LSI’s flash business means that Seagate will be making some serious inroads into the SSD business.
Teased for weeks, manhandled on video and thoroughly previewed, Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Active has gone official at last and can be bought already via AT&T.
Valve has recently announced that 2015 is the most "realistic" window for the release of their console-like Steam Machines, citing that more time is needed to ready the hardware for public use.
LG’s latest flagship sports one of the industry’s highest-resolution displays, along with first-of-their-kind features like a camera with a laser autofocus sensor.
Galaxy S5’s extra-durable cousin, the S5 Active, is yet to be made official, but following a couple of unauthorized, comprehensive hands-on videos, the formal introduction looks like a mere formality.
It sounds like Samsung isn’t ready to change its ways only as far as Galaxy S build materials are concerned, with the forthcoming Galaxy Note 4 tipped to keep screen size in check instead of adding the traditional 0.2 inches to Note 3’s panel.
The first semi-credible live photos starring the yet to be announced Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime have cropped up online, flaunting what looks like a shinier basic GS5 with the same perforated back cover.
Master Chief's saga continues with Halo 5: Guardians, 343i's newly revealed next-gen FPS set in the definitive sci-fi Halo universe.
Samsung’s already convoluted product lineup is about to get even more crowded and confusing, according to multiple tipsters and reports, which hint at two upcoming Galaxy Megas, a Europe-destined S5 Prime and another Gear-branded wearable device.
Pioneer announces the development of a new optical disc capable of storing many times more than standard Blu-ray discs.
Hong Kong publication publishes a review of Nvidia’s MIA card and proves why Nvidia is hesitant to release it.
With or without the Galaxy S5 Prime, Samsung refuses to let go of headlines, working on numerous upcoming high-end smartphones, such as the S5 Active, Note 4 and a mystery device that’s either an S5 Neo or some sort of Galaxy Mega sequel.
Roccat’s Kave XTD 5.1 headset offers serious performance, but at a serious size.
Yet another source points to an imminent ultra-high-end variant of Samsung’s Galaxy S5, possibly dubbed S5 Prime internationally but simply titled Galaxy S5 LTE-A in Hong Kong.
As it so often happens with Android devices, Samsung seems to have tested multiple different hardware configurations for the upcoming Galaxy S5 mini, one with a 4.8-inch display and Snapdragon 400 chip and the other measuring 4.5 inches in diagonal while packing S800 or S801 heat.
The four 8-pin PCI-E power connectors are a giveaway to the card’s identity.
The launch of a miniature Galaxy S5 seems imminent, though it might carry a different moniker than its predecessor.
Big increases in performance are expected from ARM’s next-generation cores.