New titles coming to Now detailed, Sony "working towards a PS Now subscription option.”
According to Apple chief executive Tim Cook, the reason iPhone users have had to wait until now for a 4.7in (12cm) and larger screen is because Apple wanted to do it right: keep the phone thin and light, and keep the screen quality up.
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Too big. This thing’s too big. Waaay too big. It’s... actually, that screen is pretty nice, isn’t it? Wow, you really can get a lot of content on there, can’t you? Hey, my hand’s getting used to the size. It’s quite comfortable, isn’t it?
Apple report record numbers for pre-orders of the new iPhone models.
Project undertaken by researcher to demonstrate security issues
Microsoft's Xbone One goes portable with this modder's custom design.
Apple's iPhone 6 set a record for pre-orders, the company said, with more than 4 million pre-orders for both iterations of the smartphone pouring in.
Retailer Phones 4U enters administration putting 5,596 jobs at risk.
Apple reported record pre-orders on Friday for the new iPhone 6.
According to a quote from Nike designer Tinker Hatfield we should be seeing 'Power Laces' in 2015. The future is nearly here.
Microsoft bought Nokia last year so why are they bringing out phones that operate on a system from Google competitors?
When Apple showed us iOS 8 last week they introduced new features that could soon make the need to Jailbreak your iPhone, iPad or iPod obsolete.
Jeff Bezos unveiled his space travel company Blue Origin’s brand new rocket on Tuesday morning at Cape Canaveral, Florida.
You will be able to use the larger, and cheaper, 3.5" hard drives for your Sony console.
A new initiative has made a number of arrests across 45 different countries in combating airline tickets bought using fake or stolen credit cards.
Parents who have been shocked to find their children have run up massive bills – some of up to $1,400 – by making "in-app purchases" on their Apple iPhone or iPad will get cash or an iTunes Store credit as part of a settlement that could cost the company up to $100m (£66m).
Will robots soon be able to teach themselves ... everything?
‘Scientific’ researchers put the two consoles to the damage test.