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The recent leak that the Pokémon trading card game is coming to iPad has stirred up excitement in the games press, but does this revelation actually spell the death of Nintendo?
Over in the US, FLIR, a maker of cool infrared cameras for the military, has just come out with an iPhone accessory that gives your handset a touch of James Bond.
Thanks to AMD and Matterport my house is now up on the web in 3D. We look at what to expect from this sort of tech in the future.
Colin MacDonald of Channel 4 and gaming legend Ian Livingstone run us through their top tips to making it big in the video games industry.
In terms of Internet security/privacy, apathy starts at home, which is why VPN provider Hide My Ass! is urging parents to have "the talk" with their kids.
We take a closer look at how Sony embarrassed Microsoft at E3 when it came to looking to the future with streaming technology.
What should you expect from E3 2014? We've put together a short list of some of the biggest developments set to be announced in LA this year. Don't miss out.
You might have noticed that this week, Windows drivers became available for the Xbox One controller – so we tested it out with a Windows PC, and a Surface Pro 3, too.
You can make your TV “beyond smart” with the Android-powered TVPRO interactive media player. We take a closer look at this innovative device.
Samsung Music Hub, the Korean company's audio streaming service, will no longer be available to use by Samsung smartphone users and is set to shut down by 1 July.
Come June, you’ll be able to buy yourself an Xbox One console without a mandatory Kinect coming along with it – but there are downsides to this move.