Microsoft’s Xbox successor won’t require an always-on Internet connection, according to an allegedly leaked internal memo that was sent out to the company. A statement released to Digital Trends refuses to comment on the memo, stating only that all will be revealed on May 21.
Eager to keep making money hand over fist, Ferrari has a super exclusive LaFerrari planned. With a production run of 10 and estimated to cost more than six times the standard hypercar, the limited edition LaFerrari will weigh approximately 500-pounds less and feature a distinctive body design.
Land Rover moves forward on the speculated diesel hybrid drivetrain technologies and includes the setup in both the Range Rover and Range Rover Sport. With improved fuel economy and increased torque, the diesel hybrid variants of the luxury 4x4s could sell like hotcakes.
PlayStation 4 developers will be able to block gamers from sharing certain parts of a game using the console controller’s innovative Share button, Sony Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida revealed.
Selling unlocked handsets seems to be a growing trend in smartphones and Sony’s the latest company to join in with an unshackled Xperia Z available in the U.S. store. It’s the HSPA+ version though, LTE is playing coy at the moment but that could change.
Asus CEO Jerry Shen reveals in an earnings call this morning he is “very optimistic” about Windows 8 slates, particularly the 7-inchers that are coming later this year, but is still lukewarm on RT devices.
Google Glass has officially gone mainstream. In a recent Saturday Night Live skit, a fictional tech correspondent demonstrates what it’s like to take a seemingly cool tech concept and use it in real life.
The possible BlackBerry Curve replacement has been leaked. Currently known as the BlackBerry R10, it has been seen on several previous occasions, but this time a few features have been added to the improved photos.
Microsoft’s Hotmail email service is no more (well, kind of; it’s complicated) after sixteen years, with the company reporting that all of the former Hotmail accounts have been successfully upgraded to Outlook in just six weeks.
Acer has apparently cancelled its long-delayed Windows RT tablet, with the firm’s president saying it doesn’t see any value in adopting Microsoft’s struggling platform, at least not in its current form.
Want to know how the Nook HD and HD+ will work once the update brings the Google Play store (and the 700,000+ apps in it) to Barnes & Noble’s tablets? We go hands-on with the update to see what’s different and what remains the same.
The latest rumor surrounding Nokia’s May 14 event puts a phone known as the Lumia 925 as the star of the show. The device could be the rumored Nokia Catwalk, and the GSM version of the Lumia 928 for Verizon.
The HP Probook 400 series is made for serious business but looks more like something you should envy. HP brings together slick design with enterprise-level specs and performance to create notebooks that will keep you looking good while you work hard.
In Jetsetter this week, we look at the insane Nintendo Wii U price drop that’s sweeping across UK retailers from Asda all the way to Amazon.com and others. Meanwhile, we check in on the debut PS Vita game from a promising UK developer and a Final Fantasy symphony in Germany.
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