The dust is yet to settle after Apple’s controversial and somewhat underwhelming iOS 7 formal intro, but there’s no better time than the present to put the next-gen iPhone rumor mill in motion once again.
While Nvidia’s Tegra 4i powered devices won’t hit the market till Q1 2014, it hasn’t stopped Nvidia from promoting their new value oriented platform a couple of times in the past few weeks. Here’s a new one, an actual demo phone with a “Brand” branding on it.
Here’s some news about the final release of Windows 8.1 even before its preview release (set for June 26th, in case you didn’t know). Paul Thurott claims that the date for the launch of Windows 8.1 is simple, it’s 8/1 (i.e. August 1st). The same guy puts the release of Windows Phone 8.1 for an
Following Optimus F7′s US Cellular release, LG is preparing to make another mid-range smartphone available on an American carrier. The F3 will thus go on sale on June 14 via Sprint for an affordable $30 with 24-month contracts.
You can’t exactly call Fujitsu one of the ultrabook market’s biggest names, but the Lifebook UH90/L might well put the Japanese on the map.
CCP Games has responded to a recent DDoS attack to the Tranquility servers that power EVE Online and Dust 514. CCP has since secured the servers and brought them back online, and assures gamers that none of their data was compromised.
The hotly anticipated title Dark Souls 2 looks like it might have a release month, and that month is March of 2014.
Razer has announced the latest iteration of its Blade line of gaming notebooks. Both the 14-inch and 17-inch models come with similar internal hardware, and a key factor here is that the 14-inch Blade is the thinnest gaming notebook in the world.
With the impending lanch of Intel's next generation Haswell platform, PC makers are busy prepping their products with which they hope to woo us consumers. Well, this HP laptop certainly has with its ultra high resolution display.
EA hasn't released an NBA Live game since 2009, but that streak looks like it might finally come to an end as the company has said that it plans to release NBA Live 14 on next-gen consoles this year.
Microsoft’s next-gen Xbox reveal event is set to kick off just a few hours from now, and we are hearing reports from multiple sources that EA will be there to announce three big-name titles with exclusive content for the new Xbox.
Five major Ubisoft title are due over the next twelve months, two of which have yet to be announced.
Dust 514, the free-to-play shooter set in the EVE universe is now available as an exclusive PS3 title.
NVIDIA had a solid first quarter of 2014, but can it sustain this level of growth?
14 year old Gianna Chien has discovered that when held close to the chest, the magnets in iPad smart covers can turn off implanted defibrillators. This is worrisome for those who must turn theirs own manually after being shut off because it can then leave someone vulnerable.
Even before the iPhone 5S is out, analysts are talking about the next iPhone 6 for 2014 and this is what they have to say.
It doesn't come as a big surprise that Nokia is preparing a Windows based tablet. How does it compare against current market offerings like Microsoft's own Surface RT?
Could the fabled iWatch be heading our way in 2014? It’s a possibility, and it seems like Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, isn’t ruling out that possibility.
Jay Leno, NBC’s long time late night show star, will step down in the spring of 2014 to make way for Jimmy Fallon.
ZTE has announced the Open, a low-end smartphone that will be one of the first devices to support Mozilla’s web-based Firefox OS. When Mozilla announced that it will launch its own smartphone OS, it noted that it is targeting the feature phone market to begin with, and ZTE is no stranger to such a market.