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Apple iPhone 6 release date may be in September; clones go for sales

by Gizmoration July 20, 2014
Apple’s iPhone 6 release date is rumored to be in late September as clones of the much awaited smartphone have already appeared in the Chinese market. There have been rumors floating around recently, however, that the release of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 could be delayed until 2015. It seems highly unlikely, given the high-profile nature of the […]

Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida speaks about the competition

by Ryan Burgesson April 25, 2014
Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide Studios President Shuhei Yoshida has been speaking about the value behind playing the competitions games. This all took place on April 10th at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California where both Yoshida and Mark Cerny were discussing twenty years of the Playstation. They eventually got a topic where Yosihda […]

Nvidia’s latest beta drivers boost DX11 games significantly

by Ryan Burgesson April 9, 2014
The latest beta driver from Nvidia is promising some pretty big improvements especially in the DirectX 11 stakes. Nvidia said in their patch notes: Performance: Introduces key DirectX optimisations which result in reduced game-loading times and significant performance increases across a wide variety of games. Results will vary depending on your GPU and system configuration. […]


Watch Dogs PC specifications released

by Ryan Burgesson April 5, 2014
Ubisoft today revealed the minimum specs for their upcoming open world hackathon Watch Dogs. There is one worrying sign within them though… Here is the released list: Minimum: OS: Windows Vista (SP2), Windows 7 (SP1) or Windows 8 (Please note that we only support 64 bit OSs.) Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 @ 2.66Ghz […]

Amazon reveal and release FireTV

by Ryan Burgesson April 3, 2014
Yesterday Amazon announced and then subsequently released their new set top box called FireTV. Here is some good condensed info on the box taken from Neogaf: Info: -$99 system -$40 controller (comes with $10 in Amazon credit to spend on games and a free copy of Sev Zero) -Runs Amazon’s version of Android -It’s like […]


Microsoft reveals Kinect V2 for Windows

by Ryan Burgesson March 29, 2014
Microsoft showed off recently their ‘new’ Kinect for Windows PC’s, the major difference between it and the Xbox One version is the removal of the xbox branding. You will need ‘a hub’, a USB 3.0 port and a power supply connection to use the Kinect with your PC. The ‘hub’ is something that allows the […]

Nvidia announce the GTX Titan Z

by Ryan Burgesson March 25, 2014
Nvidia have today announced their brand new GK110 graphics card the Titan Z. The Titan Z has 12GB of VRAM, 5760 CUDA Cores, 8 TeraFLOPS of compute power and will cost $3000… That is three thousand dollars.  Whilst it is safe to assume such a powerhouse at this price is not aimed at your normal gamer […]


Valve unveils redesign of their Steam Controller

by Ryan Burgesson March 15, 2014
Valve announced a couple of months ago they were to redesign their Steam Controller though there were only rough mock ups, yesterday Valve released some pictures of the redesign. The biggest change is the touchpad has been axed and replaced by a more traditional diamond layout. Valve has promised the latest prototype will be on […]

Nvidia launches new GTX 800M GPU’s

by Ryan Burgesson March 13, 2014
Nvidia released yesterday details on their brand new mobile graphics chips, going by the moniker of the GTX 800m series. The GPU’s are set to run on Nvidia’s latest architectures, the lower 820 is set to use the Fermi architecture whilst the bigger brothers 830 and the 840 are looking to run on Maxwell. There […]


Shuttle’s DS81 runs a Haswell i7 in a tiny form factor

by Ryan Burgesson March 11, 2014
Shuttle have revealed their new DS81 which houses a powerful Haswell i7 the most impressive thing though is the small form factor they managed to do it in. The Shuttle DS81 is 19 x 16.5 x 4.3cm dimension wise and its H81 chipset on the motherboard supports fully user removable CPU’s rather than the usual […]

Intel introduces new 800Gbps cables for data centres and supercomputers

by Ryan Burgesson March 11, 2014
Intel and several of its partners announced yesterday their brand new data cables that are capable of transmitting data at 800Gbps, though its not for home use as you may have guessed but rather for Data Centres and Supercomputers. Based on Intel Silicon Photonics Technology, there are 64 fibres packed into one cable and each […]

Xbox One March update adds a myriad of useful features

by Ryan Burgesson March 2, 2014
All the next-gen consoles were half-baked at release and it has now become a race to see who first can deliver on their promises. Recently Sony added support for the Pulse headset to be used on the PS4 and now Microsoft is adding some fundamental things to the Xbox One. One of the biggest additions […]


The Nvidia Shield will release in the UK

by Ryan Burgesson February 27, 2014
Nvidia’s handheld PC gaming solution the Shield will release in the UK eventually. Nvidia’s director of corporate communications, Luciano Alibrandi said to TechRadar: It will come… It’s just a question of when. The Nvidia Shield has been around in America for about half a year and it wasn’t exactly met with a huge fanfare. Its […]

Experimental Chameleon virus seeks out vulnerable wi-fi access points

by Ryan Burgesson February 26, 2014
A new virus dubbed ‘Chameleon’ created by researchers in Liverpool can attack all devices connected to an insufficiently protected router. Seeing as many people dont change their admin passwords on their routers the Chameleon virus easily sniffs them out and takes over the network leaving all connected devices wide open security wise, its possible to […]

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Sony Xperia Z2 Unveiled: Waterproof, 5.2-inch Display, 4K Recording

by Nick Adamson February 24, 2014
The Sony Xperia Z2 was launched as the latest flagship super-phone from Sony, four months after introducing Xperia Z1 and one year after launching the first phone in the series, the Xperia Z. The new phone keeps the same aluminium-edged design, sexy glass front and back, Full HD display, a 2.3GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and impressive 20.7-megapixel camera. Like its predecessor, […]
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iPhone 6 Leaked Photos: Rounded, Larger, Edge-to-edge Glass

by Eric Brownon February 13, 2014
The new iPhone 6 will feature a full-width frameless screen, according to an “industry source” quoted in the Korea Herald. The casing of the alleged iPhone 6 (in the pictures below) has all the signature iPhone design elements, such as a camera and flash port, as well as the familiar Apple logo but it is […]

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iPhone 6 (iPhone Air) Release Date, Price, Specs, News and Rumors

by Nick Adamson February 2, 2014
Will it be called iPhone 6, iPhone Air or something else? (technically it’ll be the 9th iPhone). According to a reputable Chinese analyst, Apple is looking to push production on the much anticipated iPhone 6 to May 2014 and much to surprise of probably everyone, the phone will not be any larger than 4.7 inches. There have been many conflicting […]
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Apple’s iBeacon May Change The Way We Are Mobile Shopping

by Nick Adamson January 31, 2014
iBeacon has been deployed in its first retail environments. It’s not as flashy as a new iPhone or iPad, but Apple’s iBeacon has the intentional to revolutionize the in-store experience. It opens a door to new set of applications such as indoor maps and in-store marketing, it makes the internet of things a realty and it […]

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Top 10 Must Have Gadgets This Christmas

by Chris Murphyon December 10, 2013
Buying for the discerning technology fan can be a terrifying ordeal, there’s just so much out there, so many specifications and so little time to digest them all. Well, put down that specially designed worry-mug and feast your eyes on this, our run down of the top 10 must have gadgets for Christmas 2013. Sony […]

Intel Still Struggling in Tech Market

by Nick Adamson April 18, 2013
  If you take a look around most offices, college classrooms, and coffee shops chances are you will see an array of glowing apples on the back of Mac Book Pros, the subtle glow of iPhone screens, and people scrolling down the New York Times app on their iPads. Are we headed towards a world […]
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Microsoft Xbox 720 Will Require Kinect According to Rumors

by Gizmoration February 17, 2013
  The next-generation of Xbox, the 720, which will be much better than its previous versions, might require Kinect, the motion detection system, in order for you to use the console. Also it is believed, according to a source from Kotaku, that a constant Internet connection is mandatory to run the Durango (the codename of Xbox 720). […]