Microsoft’s next-generation games console, the Xbox 720, has leaked online with a $299.99 price tag tipped alongside Kinect v2 and Blu-ray integrated features. But when can we expect it?
Recent reports have revealed that Microsoft could be launching its own self-branded tablet next week – so could this be the latest rival to Apple’s iconic iPad?
Hinting at some interesting new features, leaked screenshots give us some juicy details of what to expect. So what do we know about Windows Phone 8 so far? Let’s round up.
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It may have been the games that stole the show in Los Angeles this year, but there was still some pretty decent technology on display at E3 2012.
Combining live action footage and in-game visuals, the Halo 4 trailer wowed crowds at E3. So what do we now know about this hugely anticipated title?
With the OS is expected come a number of tablets, and rumours abound that manufacturers are gearing up to unveil Windows 8 devices next week. So what can we expect?
Everything from the about the Xbox 720 been argued over. But the one thing we really want to know is very simple – when will it actually be released?
Microsoft may still be struggling to make headway in the smartphone market, but the tech giant is coming into its own in the Far East.