The iPhone 5S has been announced at an event in California. Maintaining the same design as the previous generation, following the standard launch cycle set by Apple, the hardware has seen a considerable upgrade.
Google I/O is here again, and with many questions being asked around Google Glass, Android and Chrome OS, it's fair to say hype is rather significant. New Rising Media will be streaming the entire event LIVE.
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 has unveiled a new look of the News Feed, radically redesigned to give the site a much-needed overhaul. Clutter has been reduced, bigger images are now incorporated and greater customisation is possible, which the company hopes will keep user attention and attract advertisers.
The Playstation 4 is official! Sony have officially announced their next generation console, paving their vision for the future of gaming.
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."
Apple have officially announced the next generation of the iPhone, fortunately sticking to the product numbering logic set by the previous four iterations with the name 'iPhone 5.'
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.
The last of the 'big three' press conferences is almost upon us. Set to deliver where last year's E3 confused Wii U announcement did not, Nintendo has to come onto the E3 2012 stage with purpose, a demonstrable intelligence for its audience and, most importantly, with a desire to entertain from the get go.Read More
Apple's 'New iPad' launch event largely went as rumors predicted, with one glaring exception. The smaller iPad anticipated by many, including the normally rock solid Wall Street Journal, was missing in action. So what happened? There's been too much buzz around a lilliputian iPad for too long to presume Apple has not at least thought about it.
Nokia's Stephen Elop has taken the stage at the CES 2012 keynote and announced the third device in the Lumia portfolio: the Nokia Lumia 900.
Singing from a near identical hymn sheet to the Lumia 800 and the N9 in respects to product design, only bigger. The same polycarbonate design is back; but the 900 has some rather impressive specs for it's America-exclusive debut:
It seems that Samsung have developed a rather healthy ecosystem of what they call "smart" devices. With this, they've introduced the amalgamation of these different devices into one connected form: a rebranding of the original AllShare into what they've announced to be "AllShare Play" at their CES 2012 keynote.
It's basically an N9 altered for Windows phone 7. Nokia have just announced the Lumia 800 and 710 at their Nokia World 2011 keynote, representing their first device on Microsoft's platform.
If there's one thing we can take away from this, it's that Nokia still make (arguably) the best phone hardware on the market. You've probably already seen the N9 on the high street; but without the cartoon OS that is Meego and the Metro UI bringing some grace to the display instead, it manages to accentuate just how beautiful the hardware truly is.
It was leaked by the Hong Kong press and the Samsung website; but Google took to the stage to officially reveal the Samsung Galaxy Nexus: the planet's first smartphone carrying Android 4.0 'Ice Cream Sandwich.'