The next generation of gaming is here. Seven years on from the release of Sony’s third PlayStation, the fourth has made landfall, bringing with it faster insides, more gaming power, and new controllers and accessories. But is it worth owning?
Spotify’s once paid-for mobile service might not need those credit cards any longer, provided you have no problems with an ad or two, as Spotify makes its “all you can eat” music service available to all for free.
The entry level for Nescafe’s encapsulated coffee and beverage system known as Dolce Gusto is about to get a whole lot easier to grasp, with a smaller machine coming to stores across the country so that anyone can see what the fuss is with the Dolce Gusto system.
Free wireless networks are everywhere these days, and many stores have actually gone out of their way to offer free WiFi so shoppers can stay online while they search for the perfect item, but all may not be good with these freebies.
The green thumbs out there don’t often get a lot of gadgets to play with, but Parrot’s Flower Power aims to change that, with a new type of toy that will help them work out how to get the best results out of their garden.
As technology owners, we tend to carry so much data with us, but while most of us have at least one USB stick loaded with data that sits on our keychain or in our luggage, it can only be accessed with a computer. Wouldn’t it be great if your smartphone could look at the stick?
We like Instagram, we’re glad Windows Phone 8 users can now take it for a spin, joining Android and iOS users with digital retro bliss, but what if you want to eat your photos?
While some art supply companies have embraced the digital world with stylus-based apps, one art supplier is using the world of iPad apps to get kids off the tablet, and back onto a table drawing things for real.
Antique camera stores have loads of old fashioned movie cameras from years not so long ago, but without available film, they’re useless, but that’s where a new digital concept might help out.
HP’s hybrid tablet laptop design has been a popular one in the Envy X2, but the idea of an 11 inch Intel Atom-powered machine isn’t going to be for everyone, and if you need more size and grunt, HP has a different approach.