Apple has announced results for its fiscal 2014 first quarter, which ended December 28, 2013.
During a Reddit AMA session, Sony Online Entertainment President John Smedly revealed that they'll be bringing Everquest Next to the PS4, and Planetside 2 has an ETA of the first half of 2014.
Rumor has it that Apple is going to release a new set-top box in the first quarter of 2014.
The latest in a long line of Nokia Normandy-centric rumors calls for the company’s purported first Android device to be marketed as the Nokia X and get an official announcement in late February, at the Mobile World Congress.
While it’s still unclear exactly when LG plans to roll out its 2014 flagship mobile devices, likely called G Pro 2 and G3, a fresh report out of Korea makes one joint feature look certain: fingerprint scanning.
Nvidia is readying an even faster variant of the GTX Titan that is based on the GK110 core.
Windows 9 is rumored to arrive spring 2015, but another bit of info from an insider is hinting that the Windows 8 replacement may drop as early as October 2014.
Analyst claims Apple might launch iPhone 6 as early as June.
Latest rumors suggest that the 12.9 inch iPad might be released around Q3, 2014.
2014 is off to a great start for pixel enthusiasts. 4K tech is entering mainstream at a rapid pace, but be aware that not all 4K TVs/displays are what they’re hyped up to be.
ViewSonic announces new touch and UHD monitors along with zero and thin client virtualization solutions.
As we leave CES 2014 behind and close in on the Mobile World Congress (MWC), it’s not just Samsung Galaxy S5 rumors that grow in intensity, but also gossip regarding the oft-delayed Tizen launch.
Project Christine could change the way we look at high-end hardware.
Some publicity stunts are just bound to work better than others, regardless of costs and their stars’ hip factor, so if you put some thought into it, a buzz-building maneuver involving a vintage car, vintage guitar and… vintage movie celebrity can still make quite the impact in 2014.
Samsung might have had a slew of high-end Android tablets, curved HD TVs and a mumbling Michael Bay to show off at CES 2014, Intel flaunted a sleek wearable-sized PC and innovative dual OS platform, but the much lower-profile Neptune Pine could ultimately steal everyone’s Vegas thunder.
Intel’s new initiative will see future products switching between Android and Windows seamlessly.
Indian mobile manufacturers Micromax and Xolo unveiled their first Windows tablets at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Sony reveals a unified cloud-based service that will stream PlayStation games across an expansive ecosystem, including PS4, PS3, PS Vita as well as smartphones and tablets.
Samsung’s latest high-profile and no doubt costly publicity stunt violently backfired at CES 2014, as a bumbling Michael Bay ran off the Vegas stage in the middle of a not so carefully prepared speech as he was trying to praise a new curved 4K HD TV.
All the rumors turned out to be legit… in part, as Sony finally took the stage in Las Vegas on Monday to reveal both a T-Mobile-restricted version of the flagship Z1 and diminutive model headed to “international” markets.