We've reviewed a lot of great products this year, and we can only hope that our observations helped you pick the device that best suits your needs. However, not every gadget we look at is going to be winner.
Millions of people could not use their games consoles for a second day as disruption on the Xbox Live and Sony Playstation networks continued after an apparent cyber-attack. A group calling itself Lizard
It’s not as jolly a holiday this year for Facebook, as the social network is facing a class action lawsuit in the US for having scanned users’ private messages without their consent, reports Engadget.
Graves of footballers who died of their First World War injuries when they returned to England to be restored The forgotten role of hundreds of professional footballers who gave up the game to fight in
The global smartphone war is a much more complex competition than simple market-share numbers suggest, and both top smartphone platforms face challenges. When thinking about smartphones — the most important
Back in October 2013, Sony Pictures received an email from the US Security and Exchange Commission that caused serious concern amongst its legal staff, files leaked by the Guardians of Peace hackers this
Last week the PlayStation 4 became the fastest selling console in Australia, the latest in a year of celebratory milestones for what has been the fasting selling PlayStation console ever. And while the
Sony's DualShock 4 is unquestionably the most comfortable and ergonomically designed gamepad the company has ever produced. But I frequently imagine my pair of DualShock 4 controllers casting jealous at
This week’s YA dystopian-lite teen adventure features yet more celibate chiselled hotties in some ritualised game-playing future world, who discover that they are in some super-special way different, divergent,
HTC has today launched a new high-powered mid-range smartphone called the Desire EYE and a point-and-shoot camera called RE. HTC’s second tier of smartphones, the Desire range, hasn’t necessarily competed
Sony is killing one of its weirder experiments throughout its console history, PS3′s PlayStation Home. Yesterday Sony announced that new content would cease for PS Home in November, while the servers officially
You can’t keep a good grind down. As Dave Thier noted yesterday, no sooner than the first of Destiny’s so-called “loot caves” was shut down by a patch-happy Bungie, another loot cave was discovered. Thier
Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg – aka PewDiePie – remains the most popular star on YouTube, with his gaming channel generating 351m views in June 2014 alone. That's more than 8,100 views a minute on average,
When a dessert craving hits, nothing else will do—here are our picks for every type of sweet, from cookies to pie. We don't discriminate when it comes to desserts. But one thing's for sure: When a craving
Turkish designer creates medical cast using 3D printing which could heal broken bones faster A 3d printed medical cast could help bones to heal up to 40 per cent faster. The black cast, known as the Osteoid,
It’s easy to dismiss plans to take paying customers into orbit as a pursuit for the rich. But our space correspondent explains how it could benefit all of us. Right now, one of the most exciting space
Last year we learned that the popular TellTale game The Walking Dead was on its way to the Android-based Ouya, marking the first time the game had ever graced an Android device. At the time we wondered
The latest high-end smartphone from HTC has reached store shelves for only about a week, but early feedback in the developer’s home market Taiwan points to a coming sales boom after a string of failures.
Nathan Ditum explores how Naughty Dog, the BAFTA-sweeping studio behind The Last Of Us, patrols the border of games and film The British Academy of film and television held its annual videogames awards
The search giant has designs on the wristwatch and your biggest screen, says Matt Warman As if to demonstrate the ever-growing scale of its ambition, Google made two announcements this week – with one
Joe Schmidt is spending no time basking in Ireland's Six Nations success as he starts counting down to next year's World Cup, a tournament in which they have never gone beyond the quarter-finals. Schmidt