The day of reckoning is fast approaching. After what is perhaps one of the longest console generations ever seen, Microsoft will finally announce their next iteration of the wildly successful Xbox.
So Sony has announced their next generation console, the Playstation 4, set for release at the fall of 2013. Alongside this, they have also released detailed hardware specs for the console, the Dualshock 4 controller and the Playstation 4 eye.
The console was unveiled at Wednesday's 'Playstation Meeting' in New York, where Sony Computer Entertainment boss Andrew House called it Sony's "most powerful platform ever". The following are detailed specs released by the company.
After years of rumours, Phil Schiller has taken to the stage again at the California Theatre and announced the iPad Mini, officially entering the Cupertino-based company into direct competition with Google and Amazon this holiday season.
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.'
Nokia have unveiled the next flagship device in their Windows Phone line, the Lumia 920, at the Windows Phone 8 event in Manhattan.
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'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.'
Ahead of the Google and Samsung keynote presentation in Hong Kong (starts at 3AM for we nocturnal creatures in UK), two images have leaked.