Microsoft biggest announcement of the year has been made. The company announced Xbox One, its next-generation entertainment system we've come to know as "Durango." Running hardware not much unlike the PlayStation 4, the console balances entertainment and gaming.
Thanks to SamMobile, Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 has been leaked and is available for download. The update will bring usual Android 4.2 features, but Samsung has also added some Galaxy S 4 features. Samsung is expected to start rolling out the update in June.
Samsung launched its new flagship smartphone a few weeks ago, but the company is not done yet. While the Galaxy S 4 Active and S 4 Zoom have been in the rumor mill for quite some time, we had no real info or pictures, which is now changed thanks to leaked pictures.
Samsung bought itself a 10 percent stake in Korea's third biggest mobile vendor, Pantech. The stake was purchased at 53 billion KRW ($48 million), yet it doesn't put Samsung on the company's board, or any of its vital operations. Samsung is its component supplier.
While smartphones and tablets already have much higher resolution than current notebooks and monitors, that will change very soon. After Apple introduced Retina display, its biggest competitor Samsung is working on a 13.3-inch screen with 3200 x 1800 pixels resolution.
If you are seeking an UltraHD set, then Sharp has something for you. The company has announced two new models to its Aquos UD1 range of LCD TVs. The LCD TVs will be available in Japan on June 15th for 70-inch model while the 60-inch unit will arrive on August 10th.
Back at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, LG unveiled Optimus L Series smartphone lineup. At the moment, only the Optimus F5 and F7 were shown. Thanks to @evleaks, the newest Sprint smartphone member is pictured and should be available pretty soon.
Logitech announced a pair of wired keyboards for the iPad, which cement the tablet's credentials as the next student companion, replacing notebooks, and 'notebooks.' In addition to a basic QWERTY keyset, it offers shortcut buttons for most common apps and tasks.
The battle for the best gaming console is heating up as we're starting to get more info. Ahead of Microsoft's Xbox event, Sony has released PS4 teaser video in order to obtain gamers' attention. The video contains a lot of close up shots of the actual PS4 hardware.
Allegedly, HTC is planning on releasing an update to its newly released flagship smartphone. According to a tweet from an HTC Developer, the HTC One could get the Android 4.2 update along with upgraded Sense. The update could be rolled out in 2-3 weeks.
After disappointed sales of Wii U consoles, Nintendo got another thing to worry about. One of the biggest developer and distributor of video games, Electronic Arts, has announced that FIFA 14 is skipping Wii U because of "disappointing" FIFA 13 sales.
Goldgenie is a company known for its treatment of gold plating conventional smartphones. After iPhone 5 and BlackBerry Q10, the company added another high-end smartphone to its lineup. The Gold Samsung Galaxy S4 is available from 23rd May, with £1,700 price tag.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 series was never going to close with just a 7-inch model, with the company planning models targeting nearly every size imaginable. Its next one could be an 8-incher, featuring a 16:10 screen aspect ratio, which is otherwise similar to the original.
Sony may have launched the Xperia A in partnership with Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo, but still thinks its design has room for improvements. The company launched the similar-looking Xperia UL, which features faster processor and 15-frame burst photography.
Spring's past, it's time to take out the seeds and shovels. PopCap Games announced Plants vs. Zombies Adventures, the next episode in the smash-hit "flower-defense" game, with a social twist. It is launched on Facebook, and lets you team up with friends.
Android and iOS relegated Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Symbian, Bada, to the fringes, jointly making up 92.3 percent of the smartphone operating system market, according to the latest data by market analyst IDC. Microsoft has a long way to go, but has reason to cheer.
Sony launched the "slimmest and lightest" tablet in the 10.1-inch category, the Xperia Tablet Z. Featuring the same sharp and flat features as the Xperia Z, with a thickness of just 6.9 mm, and weighing in at just 495 g, this is one really smart tile.
After 15 years since the first Gran Turismo, Sony today announced that Gran Turismo 6 is on its way. The sixth edition of a best-selling car racing game will be released in August, but it is unknown if the game will be available only on PS3, or we could see it on PS4.
According to market analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the next-generation Google Nexus 7 tablet could be revealed at the upcoming Google I/O conference. The analyst also tipped at the possible Nexus 7 specifications. With five days to go, check out possible specifications.
Toshiba has announced the launch of WT310 tablet. The company designed the tablet exclusively for business users, which comes with a wide range of features. The WT310 tablet is running Windows 8 operating system and will be available from the second quarter of 2013.
It has been a while since we last heard about NVIDIA Tegra 4 and its Project Shield. The main reason to that is the Qualcomm, and its newest SoCs. A portable device equipped with Tegra 4 SoC has appeared in AnTuTu benchmark and got an outstanding score.
Viber is a well-known instant messaging VoIP application for smartphones and tablets. To compete with Skype, the company has decided to introduce a new desktop app for Mac and Windows PCs. The new app lets you make free video calls along with several other features.
HTC doesn't share Acer's pessimism with Windows RT, with the company is working on 7-inch and 12-inch tablets based on the ARM-wrestling software. Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 quad-core SoC could be a front-runner for the chip that drives these devices.
While we had a chance to see leaked photos of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S 4 Mini, now we have further information about the phone's specifications. There won't be a quad-core processor due to the size of the phone. Instead, Samsung plans to use a dual-core Exynos 5210
With summer around the corner for most parts of the world, Samsung is wooing buyers with a new color option for its Galaxy S 4 flagship, Arctic Blue, which joins the Frost White and Black Mist color options the 5-incher launched with. A Japan-exclusive, for now.
Sony's new Xperia ZR is ready to go with you on your summer vacation that includes getting your feet wet. The IP55 and IP58-compliant 4.6-incher can go underwater with you, letting you capture 1080p video, or 13-megapixel images. Innards identical to the Xperia Z.
Nokia's new DC-18 portable charger gels with your colorful Lumia or Asha handset, and comes in four glossy color options. The compact-sized battery packs enough juice to fully charge most mainstream Nokia handsets; or partly charge some of the larger ones.
A new report reveals that the upcoming Motorola phone is not quite a top-of-the-line device. Once again, AnTuTu benchmark has been used to show us what we can expect from the phone and judging from the results Motorola will not have a rumoured state-of-the-art handset.
We have known for quite some time that Google is preparing a service for online gaming on smartphones and tablets. Thanks to a new leak, now we have a little bit more about it. Until it is officially unveiled, check out what we can expect from the service.
To prevent further operating losses, Electronic Arts confirms workforce reduction. During the company's most recent earnings call, about 900 people were laid due to organizational restructuring. By doing that, EA lost about $16 million due to severance costs.
In the 20th year of Wolfenstein 3D, franchise owner Bethesda unveiled the latest addition, Wolfenstein: The New Order. The retro-futuristic game, in which you fight WWII-victor Nazi Germany from an alternate timeline, sees you wear the boots the oldest FPS hero.
Valve released the first public beta of the smash hit online shooter, Left 4 Dead 2, for Linux. The game had been the posterboy of Valve's efforts to port its Steam platform to the operating system, being some of the earliest games to be successfully ported.
It's masks off, for first reveal trailer of Call of Duty: Ghosts. The cinematic trailer doesn't show visuals from the game itself, but touches upon its premise. The trailer even signs off on an explosive note, that the game could be made for next-generation Xbox.