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Tuesday, 9 Dec 2014
To overcome the current bigwigs of the projector market, LG intends to focus on projectors using LED light sources, as well as the B2C market.
Monday, 8 Dec 2014
The passing of a human being is always especially hard, even more so when that person has so much of an impact on our everyday lives. You may not know Ralph Baer, but it's due to him that gaming is around today.
Despite evidence pointing towards the involvement of North Korea, the country has denied it was responsible for the recent hack on Sony Pictures.
Saturday, 6 Dec 2014
Samsung's Galaxy S5 is nearly a year old, which is positively ancient in the fast moving world of smartphones. Is it any wonder then that rumored specs for the next Galaxy S phone are beginning to leak? Read on to find out what the new phone will reportedly have.
Friday, 5 Dec 2014
A report has claimed that Qualcomm's new 64-bit Snapdragon is suffering from issues such as overheating and RAM controller issues, and that these problems are proving to be hard to fix.
Thursday, 4 Dec 2014
It has been 20 years since the first product bearing Playstation brand first launched and Sony's celebrating that by releasing another Playstation branded product. Guess what it is!
Tuesday, 2 Dec 2014
It looks like Google's Project Ara modular smartphone has some competition. The Puzzlephone is a modular Android smartphone concept being designed by Finnish startup Circular Devices with plans to ship in late 2015.
Monday, 1 Dec 2014
Photos of what could be a Microsoft Lumia 1030 prototype have appeared on Chinese auction site Taobao, showing a Windows Phone aluminum-build smartphone with a massive camera bump, similar to the 41MP Pureview module found on the Lumia 1020.
Following last week's hack attack, Sony's latest movies such as Fury and Annie are now being shared online and downloaded by hundreds of thousands of users.
Friday, 28 Nov 2014
Microsoft has revealed Windows 10 will officially support FLAC. Find out what the hype is all about.