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The E3 2013 conversation has been dominated by Xbox One and PS4, but there’s a strong pulse of PC gaming coursing through in the L.A. Convention Center’s halls. In a booth decked out in its signature [...]
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has reaffirmed his staunch unwillingness to offer the company’s most popular games on smartphone or tablet devices. The gaming giant has continually resisted the clamour from fans (and even shareholders) for classic [...]
Razer rolled out two new laptops this week, the 14-inch Blade and a 17-inch refresh called the Blade Pro. The selling point of the company’s press event was the smaller Blade’s "thinner than a dime" profile, [...]
A top Apple blog predicted today that Apple will not reveal a new iPhone or iPad at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June. "The important thing to remember about WWDC is that it is a [...]
Nokia is no longer the top mobile phone seller in its domestic market, according to figures from IDC: Samsung has taken the top spot with 36.1 percent of market share in Finland, squeezing its rival into [...]
Windows 8.1 could be a significant improvement over the current state of Windows 8, if statements made by Acer executives are any indication. Acer President Jim Wong told the Wall Street Journal that Microsoft is making [...]
BlackBerry CEO supposedly says dumb things about the future of tablets, but what are the smart things?
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins was quoted today as saying tablets didn’t have much of a future, product or market-wise. Given the huge, and still growing success of the iPad, even the idea sounds ridiculous. Here’s what [...]
Samsung unveiled a new 7-inch Galaxy Tab 3 on Monday morning, but that news was quickly overshadowed by leaks of four additional Samsung tablets. SamMobile reported today that the Korean company will add to its tablet [...]
Your mobile devices may well soon be capable of dealing with beautiful games as well as getting your battery to last a full day, with chip giant ARM announcing that companies are racing to license its [...]
While talking at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas, Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam claimed to have been the man responsible for convincing Steve Jobs to go 4G LTE on the iPhone 5. [...]