When it comes to iOS 8, let’s hope Cupertino spends a good chunk of time refining existing features, as well as adding some smart new whistles and bells.
We look at the prospect of Valve jumping onto the Xbox One – is this on the cards following Microsoft’s revelations at Build this week?
So Amazon took the wraps off its new streaming media box yesterday – but the truth is, there’s nothing particularly notable about Fire TV.
As expected, Microsoft pushed out its new version of Office for Apple’s tablet yesterday, but with strings still firmly attached.
Apple’s grand streaming service plan apparently involves sidestepping net neutrality completely, at least if the talks with Comcast come to fruition.
We discuss the latest speculation concerning a PS4-compatible VR headset, and also the wider implications of how virtual reality is evolving.
Microsoft is falling behind Sony’s PlayStation 4 in terms of sales, so what strategy will Redmond adopt to turn things around?
We examine the evolution of the Macintosh over the last three decades, highlighting the most innovative and important models.
We look at the rise of second screen gaming through console history, and evaluate where the new Xbox One and PS4 will take us in this arena.
We take a look back at previous generations of consoles to see how rapidly graphics improved – and there’s no reason that won’t be the case this time round.
We speculate about what Microsoft and Sony will be bolting onto their new consoles in the future, from virtual reality to biometrics gadgetry.
How might Sony and Microsoft choose to revamp their freshly released consoles? We consider past history and the various possibilities here.
Apparently the idea of a disc-free Xbox One was still on the table until the middle of 2013. Could Redmond still have plans for such a machine?
Sony has definitely talked up the PS4’s Remote Play feature, but how well does it perform in practice? We’ve been trying it out.
We compare the PS4’s opening sales numbers to other console launches, but it’s clear that they represent a real boost for the industry.
The Xbox One has seen its fair share of gripes already, but is the latest furore about visual quality really worth worrying about?
It’s 15 years since the Dreamcast first launched in Japan, but this old timer has more in common with the PS4 and Xbox One than you might think.
The Xbox brand is a stalwart in the UK and North America, but Microsoft needs to focus more on the rest of the world now…
The US PlayStation 4 launch saw issues with faulty consoles, and now Microsoft’s freshly released Xbox One has its own problems.
We still have two weeks to wait, but the PS4 is out now in the US, and early reviews are moaning about the lacklustre launch games.
While the cloud-assisted side of Microsoft’s next-gen console clearly has major benefits, there’s also a potential downside here.
Going by the official teardown video, it seems like the PS4 will be a tweaker’s dream, boasting a truly elegant design.
It’s not long now before the Xbox One and PS4 hit store shelves – but the launch of both consoles is looking shaky in some ways.
Sony seems committed to pleasing the enthusiast crowd with the PS4, while Microsoft is being a stick in the mud.