NVIDIA has delivered on its promises today by seeding a major software update for their first-generation game console, NVIDIA Shield. The new software, apart from updating the console to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, introduces a new "Console Mode" which does exactly that.
For those who couldn't stand the Kinect staring into them all day, the new Kinect 2.0 is nothing short of a living nightmare for them. Of course, the said people just have to buy Microsoft's next-generation Xbox One, so someone had to come up with a solution.
MediaTek, the well known budget mobile SoC maker, whose products power almost 90% of all high-end Chinese Smartphones (and some top-branded devices as well, such as the Sony Xperia C), is working on two new chipsets. One of them is a quad-core part, the other is octa.
Sony has begun rolling out an update to their SmartWatch 2 software. The updated code promises "performance tweaks and improvements" that includes a stutter-free homescreen (we all hate lag) swiping experience. To receive the update, simply connect to the internet.
One of the first and most popular Android-based game console, OUYA, will receive a bettered sequel next year. Julie Uhrman excitedly announced that a OUYA 2.0 is being worked upon, and will ship with an updated controller (much needed) sometime in 2014.
Peripherals maker ClamCase announced the next-generation ClamCase Pro, a keyboard cover for the iPad Air, which gives it a firm faux-aluminium bodied keyboard that lets you use the 9.7-incher on your lap. The new generation is 25% thinner and 45% lighter.
Qualcomm's top-dog, the Snapdragon 800 chipset, may already be the fastest mobile SoC in the market, but that is hardly ever enough for the world leader. A new listing made on popular benchmarking app AnTuTu's website introduces us to a new dragon, more powerful one.
This winter, make your household more colorful with one of the new exciting colors available on the Nintendo 3DS. Orange and Turquoise options have been unlocked, and can be had from stores across Japan starting November 28th (you will have to wait just a bit).
After dropping two huge bombshells onto the tablet industry with the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina Display; Apple announced Smart Covers and Leather Cases; beginning with a new Smart Cover for the iPad Air priced at $39, and wrap-around Leather Cases at $79.
In a classic case of better being late than never, Microsoft has reportedly begun prototyping a wearable tech gadget that's similar in form and function to Google Glass. The augmented reality device has only a half-chance of ever reaching production.
Nokia's flagship devices are always accompanied by accessories, and the Lumia 2520 is no exception either. Just after announcing their first ever tablet (which runs on Windows 8.1 RT, by the way), the Nokia Power Keyboard accessory was announced for the device.
Ahead of its formal unveiling at Nokia World event, which will go underway shortly, pictures of a yellow Lumia 1520, and three of its accessories, were leaked to the web. These include the Lumia 1520 Protective Stand Covers, Treasure Tag, and Guru portable media player.
HTC is reportedly working on its very own smartwatch, which it promises won't be as gimmicky as the ones available in the market, such as the $300 Samsung Galaxy Gear, and Sony Smart Watch, at half that price. The said HTC smartwatch will be Android-based.
Google Chromecast is one cool device. Capable of turning your regular HDTV into a thrice-expensive Smart TV, this $35 is the gadget to have if you just love streaming content to your living room. And to top off the price, the device comes in pen drive dimensions.
Apparently, introducing a hat trick of new products isn't enough for one evening. After the announcement of NVIDIA Gamestream, the updated GTX 780 Ti and the could-be legendary G-Sync, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang couldn't control his excitement to talk about more future products
Nokia's accessories have traditionally been cool, trendy and of course, colorful. And this one's no exception. Leaked by our serial company PR Upsetter @evleaks, the Nokia Guru has been described as an iPod Shuffle equivalent from the Finns, with the addition of NFC.
Contrary to previous reports which spoke of how Sammy (Samsung, with love) is working on their very own 16 megapixel camera module with OIS for their next flagship, the Galaxy S5, new reports say otherwise. Turns out, Sony may be the prime supplier of the 16 MP camera.
Several months ago, we had heard of rumors that said that Windows 8 apps would be ported over to the upcoming Xbox One game console. It made a lot of sense too, since the new Xbox is pretty much entirely based on PC architecture, and runs Microsoft's own code.
UK based retailer Argos is offering a very tempting PlayStation Vita bundle at an extremely attractive price of just £139.99. The bundle includes a 3G and WiFI compatible PS Vita handheld console, two full version free games and an 8 GB memory card thrown in as well.
Nintendo has officially stopped selling the Wii in Japan. While we already knew that it was coming, we just didn't know when. Earlier today, the company quietly changed the status of the console as "discontinued" on the official Nintendo Japan website.