Microsoft will be the first of the major console manufacturers to throw their hat in the ring at this year’s E3 – and you can watch it right here LIVE!Read More
Germany's Tobit Software has built robot pole dancers as their own booth babes at the country's CeBIT computer expo. Truly innovative work, which shows just what humans think of doing when they have incredible technological capability at their finger tips...build strippers.Read More
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.
After much hype and speculation, Microsoft has officially unveiled their next generation console, the Xbox One. Don Mattrick (pictured) made the announcement to a huge round of applause, planning to make it the 'All-in-one' system in your living room.
Nokia have announced the Lumia 925, their latest flagship Windows Phone 8 smartphone, at today's event in London.
Following all previous rumours, and yesterday's leaked images, the Finnish smartphone maker has finally taken the official wraps off the phone. It's quite similar in design cues to the previous models in the Lumia line, but it has a twist: it's made from aluminium. The rear of the device is still made from polycarbonate, and the front is a pane of glass; but the aluminium surround marks a new shift for Nokia's material-centric design.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has taken to the stage at their California headquarters and announced 'Graph Search.' Forming an indirect, social-based competition to Google, it is "a completely new way for people to find information on Facebook."
So Samsung have introduced a slew of new products at their Unpacked conference at IFA 2012. My main focus lies upon one specific product: the Galaxy Camera. I said this when the initial Galaxy Note was released, and it seems that the lesson wasn't learned. So putting it bluntly: converge products too much and they become pointless, like trying to put a phone into a camera, rather than a camera into a phone.
If one mentions a three day party in Ibiza, the images you can’t help but conjure up are ones of drunk, sun-burnt teenagers drinking fluorescent coloured liquids until they pass out. However, somewhat defying all stereotypes of those who party in Ibiza, the island is playing host to Magento Developer’s Paradise conference, with the promise this year will bring “lots of code and fun in the sun.”