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At the Games Developer's Conference 2015, Sony has announced details of their upcoming virtual reality system, Project Morpheus. Mobile World Congress may be in full swing but on the other side of the...
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Valve announced a range of new products and services at Game Developers Conference, including more Steam Machine details, Steam Link, and Source 2. No, we’re not going to go there…Valve had...
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There are rumours that an Android Wear app could be in development for iOS, letting you pair wearables to your Apple device. The Apple Watch may be almost ready to make its debut, but the device could...
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NVIDIA took to the stage at Game Developer's Conference to announce the NVIDIA Shield, the world's first 4K Android TV and console. NVIDIA announced its latest hardware offering, the NVIDIA Shield, the...
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Pebble today announced a new version of its Time smartwatch called the Pebble Time Steel. It's a premium version of the wearable with a longer battery life. Just a week after launching the Pebble Time,...
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BlackBerry announced a range of new phones today at Mobile World Congress. Its plans include a sliding dual-curved display phone and an entry-level device. BlackBerry took to the stage during Mobile World...
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Lenovo announced a trio of new tablets at Mobile World Congress, two of them that feature Dolby's "cinematic and lifelike" Atmos sound. Lenovo brought two A-series tablets, the 10-1-inch Tab 2 A10-70 and...
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IKEA unveiled its Home Smart range of furniture at Mobile World Congress. This furniture has wireless charging spots for charging phones and tablets. If you were looking for an excuse to visit IKEA in...
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Panasonic's Lumix CM1, the world's only 1-inch sensor camera with Android OS and smartphone functionality, will be widely available from April. Panasonic made quite the impression at Photokina when it...
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The Apple Watch will reportedly have a Power Reserve mode that disables smart features and means the wearable just displays the time. The Apple Watch will have to be recharged every day, but we still don’t...
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Sony announced its latest mid-range handset, the Xperia M4 Aqua, at Mobile World Congress. It features decent specs and an attractive design. The Xperia Z4 did not make an appearance at Mobile World Congress,...
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If you're the time of person to constantly run out of storage, Samsung has the solution for you in their absolutely massive 200GB microSDXC card. Like ever failing battery life, storage is an issue which...
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Microsoft revealed the Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL at MWC 2015. These two budget-friendly handsets come with a free version of Office 365 Personal. Microsoft unveiled two new low-cost Lumia smartphones...
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The Huawei TalkBand B2 brings back some great fitness tracking features and also the added benefit of being a bluetooth headset. The Huawei TalkBand B2 is a hell of a lot better looking than the B1 and...
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Sony unveiled the Xperia Z4 Tablet, which it hopes will convince people of the merits of Android tablets. It's powerful, yet as thin as the iPad Air 2. Sony announced the Xperia Z4 Tablet at Mobile World...
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Chinese tech giants Huawei have shown off their first Android Wear device at Mobile World Congress 2015 and it looks very nice indeed. Huawei has its sights set on world domination, so naturally its all...
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HTC officially announced the One M9 at Mobile World Congress. Here are all of the HTC One M9's specs as well as details of its availability. HTC finally announced its One M9 flagship after weeks of speculation...
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Google could be working with LG and Huawei on two Nexus 7 variants. LG may handle the high-end device, while Huawei will work on the lower-spec version. Google will reportedly work with LG and a Chinese...
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Samsung's Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge have made another appearance, this time in a "teaser" image, which shows pretty much everything. We’re just days away from Samsung’s official announcement...
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