Sony UK has unveiled the third-generation HMZ-T3W headset today. The headset will be available in the UK in a few weeks’ time, and will cost $2025 USD (£1299).
Despite everyone from Sony to LG trying to steal Samsung’s thunder before and during the IFA announcement of the Galaxy Note 3, the third-gen phablet is bound to snatch the most headlines over the next weeks and even months. By a mile.
This might have slipped by you in the pile of new smartphone and smartwatch news yesterday: the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes with a Micro USB 3.0 port that may very well change the way you charge your device, and transfer data between it and your PC. Details after the jump.
You know how there’s a small tech-focused event going on these days in Berlin, Germany and called IFA? Everybody that’s somebody in the mobile business is there to impress us with “innovations” and “upgrades”, save for Xiaomi, the Chinese OEM that’s recently snatched Hugo Barra from Google.
Today, two separate companies announced the launch of two separate all-in-one 3D printers, both backed by Kickstarter campaigns.
Bay Trail-T benchmark shows that Intel is bringing some serious competition to the mobile game.
According to recent reports, Sony is planning on showcasing a virtual reality headset that will compliment their next-gen PS4 console during this year's Tokyo Game Show.
Samsung has announced that both the Galaxy S III and S4 will receive their Android 4.3 updates in October, with the S4 also receiving support for the Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Microsoft has announced that its next-generation gaming console, the Xbox One, will be available from November 22nd.
Corsair announced the availability of three new USB 3.0 flash drives, the Flash Voyager GS, Flash Voyager Mini and the Flash Voyager LS. They are available in storage variations of 16 GB to 256 GB.
Blizzard’s Diablo III is now available for consoles starting today. A major difference in the console version from its PC counterpart is the inclusion of an offline mode.
According to Windows information site WinBeta, the release candidate for Visual Studio 2013 has leaked online.
HTC officially announced the Desire 300 today. The entry-level handset will be targeted at emerging markets. HTC also unveiled the long rumored blue version of the HTC One and One Mini.
How does AMD’s final 8-core FX salvo compare with Intel’s 22nm enthusiast 6-core flagship?
You can’t close in on the once undisputed leader of a smartphone market as large and important as India by releasing one new product every six months, so Micromax enriching its Canvas line-up is probably not surprising news.
As part of its pre-IFA announcements, Acer has unveiled the Iconia A3, a mid-range 10-inch tablet that runs on Android 4.2 and offers high-quality sound and unique software features.
Peter Molyneux’s latest crowdfunding game, Godus, is entering beta on September 13th through Steam’s Early Access. Godus was first announced on Kickstarter and went on to make $750,000.
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 rumors are a dime a dozen with just five days left until the phone will become official, but here’s one report that’s both unexpected and somewhat startling. Not to mention sort of exclusive, since this is the first time we’re hearing of such a scenario.
Well, look who’s getting bullish about its Android prospects. It’s Acer, which seems to have gotten fed up with living in the shadows and might look to bathe in the spotlight come next week’s IFA.
What’s that you say, HTC has plenty of mid-end, budget-friendly smartphones out and about and it needs one more as much as John McAfee needs more easy money? Sorry to burst your bubble, but it appears the Taiwanese do think their mid-range line-up could benefit from one new addition.