We're still a couple of months away from the launch of the Xbox One, but if you've already cleared out a welcoming cubbyhole in anticipation, then we hope you've pictured the next-gen console lying down.
The man in charge of Windows promises unified apps across all devices One of the big changes in Microsoft's recent reorg is the merging of the traditional Windows business with Windows Phone. While Microsoft
After more than two years of development, International Game Technology and Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products are unveiling two slot machines today based on James Cameron’s Avatar, the highest-grossing
BlackBerry is expanding its lineup of smartphones today with the new BlackBerry Z30. The fourth BlackBerry 10 smartphone, the Z30 is the largest and most powerful BlackBerry ever, with a 5-inch Super display
Now in its 10th year, the London Design Festival is a citywide celebration of the capital as global creative hub. With some 300 events taking place across the city over the next week, there is a head-spinning
Is it just us or do most of these dogs look incredibly serious? Hamburg, Germany-based photographer Ralph Hargarten is behind this intriguing new series called A Dog’s Life where he’s shot portraits of
London-based Benjamin Lee is the clever mind behind the Twitter account Middle Class Problem, a feed through which he retweets all kinds of “problems” that people complain about through social networking.
Recently, street artist Borondo turned his spray paints towards a giant haystack set within the landscape of Cotignola, Italy. Always exploring new ways to create his signature paintings, the Spanish utilized