Sony’s all-you-can-hear music services has been around for a while, but it won’t be for much longer, as the company signals the end of Music Unlimited to work with Spotify instead.
Aside for a new year, 2015 also heralds the introduction of more companies using Intel’s new 5th generation Core processors, and managing to make their laptops even thinner than before. Dell is chiming in with its own, ready for action with lighter and slimmer machines for 2015.
If gaming’s not your thing, and yet you still own a PlayStation 4, you’ll be pleased to know that Sony’s next-gen console is now equipped to deal with more streaming television.
We’re expecting to be doing some gaming over the break, and if you are too and are an Xbox One owner, less lag could be the best present you’ll receive.
Often considered the hardest bracket to buy for, kids don’t often have a specific focus, but want lots of stuff, so if you have kids, try these ideas.
The Asus gaming brand “Republic of Gamers” is about to become more than just a brand for fun and flashy laptops, as Asus builds a compact tower made for people to love to game at their desks.
So much for a virtual reality friendly holiday season, as Samsung tells Aussies that it won’t be playing with the headset this Christmas.
HP returns to the gaming sector with a new laptop aimed at giving hardcore game lovers something new to pine over. Does it work, and is the Omen a sign of things to come for HP?
If you know someone who likes to game at home, on the go, or has an obsession with the digitally programmed art that is computer and video games, the choices this year are bound to impress.
If you haven’t said “happy birthday” to Sony’s PlayStation, now might be the time to do so, and if you really love the console, you can even grab a special edition version to celebrate the anniversary.