After Xiaomi Mi3 Launch, Moto G Prices Slashed By Rs 2,000 in India

August 4, 2014, By S Ranjita

Keeping an eye on the competition, Motorola India has reduced the price of the much popular smartphone Moto G by Rs 2,000 in India. With the current slashing in the price, Moto G will now cost Rs 10,499 for the 8 GB variant, while the 16GB variant can now be purchased at Rs 11,999. While […]

Wii U Gets a Google Maps App, Allows You to Explore the Neighborhood

December 17, 2012, By Alex Ion

It seems like Nintendo is pulling out all stops when it comes to ensuring that its latest next-gen gaming console stays well ahead of the pack and gives gaming enthusiasts from US to Japan and from UK to Australia absolutely everything that they need a and a whole lot more. The Nintendo Wii U has […]

The Bump is Back

February 18, 2012, By George Lang

The Bump is back; only this time, sexy new smartphones are doing the dance instead of booty-shakers. Users of iOS and Android mobile devices are being treated to a new phenomenon, created by a tiny business in California called Bump Technologies, Inc. The company employs thirty techies whose passion it is to make life easy for […]

Smartphone Cameras Giving Point-and-Shoot Snappers a Tough Time

December 24, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s kind of hard to think of a time when a phone was just a phone, not a smartphone. But now, a phone can do just about anything; make a call, play music, take photos and videos, and even tweet. It is so good at doing whatever it does, so that the devices which used […]

Sony PlayStation Vita: Pocket Rocket to Go! (Almost)

December 18, 2011, By George Lang

Sony released its PlayStation Vita to the Japanese market this week. There will be no HDMI Out on the PS Vita when it reaches electronic retailer shelves on February 22, 2012. “So what,” you say? It means you cannot take it to your friend’s house and plug it into her/his HDTV. Other than that, it’s an amazing, […]

Device Etiquette for the Holidays

November 23, 2011, By George Lang

From knowing when to put our devices into vibrate mode, to snapping photos and posting them to Facebook ONLY when the subject approves, we all have a lot we can learn about electronic etiquette when it comes to properly using our beloved gadgetry. Let’s not let those devices turn us into the family buffoon this holiday season. Never in […]

Short Commentary: The Psychology of the Facebook Phenomenon

November 19, 2011, By George Lang

Have you ever noticed the “Friend” hints Facebook throws at you in the upper-right corner of your wall? These are suggestions based on what friends you and your current friends might have in common. Have you noticed that they increase the more people you “Friend” on Facebook? The way I see it, if this fascinating […]

More 3DS Price Drops Happening

August 10, 2011, By Christian Davis

It wasn’t long after the $249 3D handheld saw a pretty hefty price drop. It sold out in Japan and sold considerably well in the states, hitting 830,000 after just 5 months of release. Perhaps the price tag was just too steep for some even though it didn’t seem like it. The price cut still […]

SEGA Game Gear Classics for 3DS

March 3, 2011, By Christian Cawley

On of the top 16-bit games consoles was the SEGA Game Gear, a handheld with which you could enjoy Sonic the Hedgehog and many other games back in the 1990s. A fondly-remembered device (the games came on small cartridges) it was in direct competition with the Atari Lynx and both were forerunners to the PlayStation […]

Netflix coming to Nintendo 3DS

March 2, 2011, By Christian Davis

Today at GDC, Nintendo President Reggie Fills-Aime announced that streaming video is coming to the Nintendo 3DS. The announcement was made during Nintendo’s keynote presentation and is something quite unexpected. Your video progress on your 3DS will transfer to your Wii and vice versa, allowing you to continue your movie or show wherever you go […]

LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean for the Nintendo 3DS

March 2, 2011, By Christian Cawley

Coming in May is LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game for Nintendo 3DS, a key addition to the list of titles available for the new 3D gaming platform of 2011. Thanks to the 3D element of the Nintendo 3DS, players will be able to experience a LEGO game with a whole new depth, […]

Unreal 3 Engine to Power NGP Games

February 25, 2011, By Christian Cawley

In an announcement that is likely to get existing handheld gamers hot under the collar, Epic Games have revealed that the Unreal Engine 3 is available for Sony’s NGP (Next Generation Portable), the successor to the PlayStation Portable. Representing a key element of the development of many games for the platform, a real-time preview of […]

18 Launch Day Titles for Nintendo 3DS

February 25, 2011, By Christian Cawley

With 18 launch day titles and a tital of 30 games launching by early June, the Nintendo 3DS truly features something for everyone – when the system launches on March 27th 2011, gamers will be able to choose from a steady and diverse stream of games of all kinds. When you wake up on March […]

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