How do the next-gen consoles compare in terms of DRM? We take a look at the situation for physical disc-based and downloadable games.
Here’s what you can expect from the 22 October event in terms of iPad tech specs, and other revelations which might be made.
The second screen experience is set to be an important factor in selling the next-generation of consoles from Sony and Microsoft.
Having some issues with Apple’s new OS on your iPhone 4S, 5, or iPad? Our guide will help minimise your battery and lag issues.
Have you just got iOS 7 up and running on your iPhone or iPad? Then we have some neat tips and tricks for your delectation.
Game developers are reporting that the PS4 is showing the Xbox One a clean pair of heels. We take a closer look at the situation.
It might well be the case that Microsoft’s upcoming console will feel more powerful in practice than it seems on paper.
Cupertino wouldn’t be where it is today without a large number of strategic acquisitions. We examine some of the most important moves.
Both consoles appear to be putting an emphasis on speed and simplicity when it comes to the UI, and that has to be a good thing.
If Apple is hoping to make its iPhone more secure, the company would do well to consider a feature to randomise the on-screen keyboard.
We ponder why Microsoft won’t let PC gamers use the new controller from launch. Could this be a strategy to push Xbox One sales?
Rumour has it that Sony could be considering a nicely priced bundle of the PS4 and Vita. We look at the ramifications.
We’ve heard a lot about the likes of cloud gaming – but here are 5 cool next-gen features which people haven’t been talking about.
The Xbox One has some neat features on board, particularly via Kinect, but is the console doomed to sell less than its predecessor?
Both Microsoft and Sony have made missteps with their next-gen consoles – we discuss the features that went sadly missing.
What will Apple’s iPhone 6 strategy be this year? We’re betting on an incrementally upgraded iPhone 6 alongside a new budget iPhone.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference begins on Monday, and there’s been plenty of speculation about juicy revelations…
AMD has the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Wii U locked down. Could it now proceed to squeeze Nvidia out of the PC games market?
Recent iPhone speculation has, as ever, been plentiful - and includes rumours of a gold trimmed device, 128GB model, and budget Apple handset.
We take a closer look at the move to a 16GB fifth-gen iPod for the entry level model, and ponder why Apple might have taken this step.
We had the Xbox One reveal earlier this week, and saw the console's new controller. So how does it stack up against the DualShock 4?
Google had plenty of announcements in the I/O keynote, from Maps through music to improvements to Google+ and its core search service.
Bitcoin is a demonstration of the power of distributed computing – but can't we do something more meaningful with all that CPU muscle?
The Wii U's sales figures are very disappointing. Is the new console doomed, or can it possibly recover from a lacklustre launch?
Following the always-on PR nightmare, and departure of Adam Orth, will Microsoft be reconsidering its potential Xbox 720 DRM policy?