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Two years ago, Windows 8 came out, and while it has certainly yielded its fair share of comments and criticism, Microsoft is almost ready with something new, skipping Windows 9 and going straight to Windows 10.
Western Digital’s foray into TV appliances isn’t a new thing, but the company is getting more serious about it with a version of its WD TV made for families, bringing media playback to a connected TV in your home.
Sony’s tendency to release a flagship at both the beginning and the end of the year is about to prove itself, as the company shows off its Z3 range, pricing them locally and even hoping to tempt you with the possibility of a gaming console.
Do you like selfies but are sick of the one or two megapixel cameras smartphones are coming with? Oppo’s answer to this is an interesting one, putting the 13 megapixel rear camera on a hinge and making it work both sides. Is it a success?
Surfers, snowboarders, kayakers, adventurers, and anyone who wants to film their exploits with a tiny camera will soon be able to do in a quality better than Full HD, as GoPro gears up for true 4K with its 30fps friendly GoPro Hero4 black.
Apple’s change to its juggernaut smartphone is here, and it’s not just a number change with a fingerprint sensor. This time, the iPhone includes a bigger screen, faster processor, and a new design. Is this Apple’s best yet, and can it take on the ever growing competition from the likes of Sony, Samsung, HTC, and LG?
According to some research by LG, people want big screens. Bigger than big screens, and portability with them too, and because you can’t just carry a 55 inch TV with you — we’ve tried — LG has come up with some tiny projectors.
It’s not just Samsung that is impressing people, with Sony announcing two new handsets set to bring similar technology not just to two price points, but to two specific sizes: big and small.
Samsung is spearheading a move to bring Virtual Reality to the masses with its latest Gear VR headset, announced at the Unpacked event in Berlin.