After announcing the Xbox One a few weeks ago, Microsoft are back at E3 to let us know more about the next gen eration console, along with announcing some of the games that will be launched on it. Watch it here live.
Nokia is expected to launch a new flagship Windows 8 phone at a launch event in London today, and we will be streaming the event here live at 10am BST.Read More
The latest trailer for GTA V will be airing live here today at 4pm UK time. Since the first major trailer back in November 2011, anticipation for Rockstar Games' latest iteration to its blockbuster series has reached fever pitch.
Felix Baumgartner will attempt the world's first supersonic free fall from the edge of space, and we will be showing the whole thing live from 1:30pm GMT.Read More
Android fanboys and general nerds, some of the most important hours of the year start here. Welcome to Google I/O. The future of the company will be on show, and we'll be showing the whole thing LIVE.
After a distinctly unremarkable showing from Microsoft just a few hours ago, Sony has a tremendous opportunity to make E3 2012 its own. Nintendo will likely have a strong presentation with a re-showing of the Wii U, but it's really Sony's to lose right now.
Gamers, twenty-four of the most important hours of the year starts here. Welcome to the E3 press conferences, with the first to drop being Microsoft's, and we'll be showing the whole thing LIVE.
Columbia Pictures and Marvel Entertainment have revealed a generous amount of tantalising, juicy information about the upcoming Spider-Man reboot, The Amazing Spider-Man, with the launch of the film's official website.
The title says it all really. Recently, on US show Jimmy Kimmel live they commenced a National Unfriend day: asking viewers to go through their Facebook friends and remove anybody who didn't fit the quote of actually being a friend.
But what about those on the receiving end of an unfriending? How are you going to cope in such times of online rejection? Kimmel has the answer...the perfect answer. Bring in Captain James T Kirk William Shatner to take you through the steps of unfriending grief. The smooth voice of Shatner talks you through the process of denial, anger, depression and acceptance that maybe you were never friends in the first place and maybe, just maybe, you can beat the next false friend to the punch. Have a watch.
After much speculation and request from business to capitalise on Google+ features, pages have now been implemented into the social network.
Announced via their blog, and still in a closed alpha state, the functionality seems to be very much in the same vein as Facebook; but with some slight tweaks in the form of introducing Hangouts to communicate with your audience, grouping particular subsections of your base into circles, and an interesting form of analytical data called 'Ripples,' allowing you to see how your posts spread across Google+.
Though long-rumoured and leaked in part in May, Remedy Entertainment today confirmed that an Alan Wake sequel is in the works. Titled Alan Wake’s Night Springs, somewhat surprisingly for such a high-profile IP, the follow-up to the Twin Peaks-inspired psychological thriller (that grew to be really boring after the first two levels) will not see the light of day at retail.
It's limited to 'Find My iPhone' at the moment; but the iCloud website has gone live in preparation for the imminent launch of iOS5.
As you can see above, the interface is very much a giant, browser-based set of iPhone app icons. It looks enticing; but it's a catch-22.