The txtr beagle comes in at a credit crunch-busting £8, and it set to hit the market in the near future going head to head with Amazon and Kobo. So what can you expect from the budget ereader?
Raspberry Pi is set to offer even more value for its sub-£20 price tag, after upgrading the amount of RAM from 256MB to 512MB but is the addition of Android 4.0 a possibility too? Find out more here!
Microsoft have announced that they will be rolling out Xbox Music, a new music streaming service for Xbox 360 this week which will also feature on Windows 8 and across smartphone and tablet devices at a later stage.
The trailer for the epic Halo 4 is to be released on October 18th, giving us a taste of what we can expect from the game upon its release on November 6th. Here’s the latest details of what the trailer may include.
A day ahead of the launch of Sony’s Super-Slim remodeling of the PlayStation 3, the firm has revealed that the PS3 has clocked up 5 million sales in the UK. So why the need for a super-slim version?
Despite the fact that 4G is only just getting started, those in the mobile industry are already investing £35 million in a 5G Innovation Centre. But is it all a little early to be thinking about 5G?
Further evidence of the iPad Mini’s existence has come to light, as Asian component suppliers claim the Californian tech giant has ordered 10 million of the devices ready for an October release.
Sony has stopped sales of its latest Android tablet, the Xperia Tablet S after question marks over the device’s water resistant claims because of gaps in the screen, just a month after its launch.
Motorola’s ‘edge to edge’ smartphone, the RAZR i, is finally hitting shelves in the UK this week but can it compete against other Android devices from the likes of Samsung and HTC?
Speculation is rife that Samsung will launch the Galaxy S3 Mini on 11 October. But what do we know about this device so far?