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Apple’s new 4th generation iPod touch looks even better in white and has a whole load of new features! A versatile little device, playing music, games, movies and apps, with a camera built in.
So, that was 2011. Well, OK, it’s not over yet, and many people will no doubt be hoping for one of this year’s best gadgets for Christmas, but for big, game-changing releases, we’ve already moved on to looking at 2012 now.
Not just one but ‘several’ anonymous sources have colluded to come up with the latest in iPad 3 speculation today, pegging the new Apple tablet’s release date as February 2012.
The key feature of the Samsung MV800 is of course its tilting screen, which makes it one of the only compact cameras to feature an adjustable screen, especially at this price point.
Whatever your budget, there’s a tech gift you can find. Whether it’s a watch, a radio, iPad or even a TV, there are plenty of gifts to suit every budget.
The word ‘premium’ gets bandied about willy-nilly in the TV market, but some sets come along that completely and utterly deserve it. And we’re looking at one of them right no – The Samsung UE46D8000.
Rockstar is bringing its classic game Grand Theft Auto III to mobile devices 15 December, marking the 10th year anniversary of the game and the first time the franchise has landed on Android devices.
We approach budget laptops from Sony with caution. The Japanese giant may have produced some of the most desirable high-end machines out there, but its budget offerings have always been a mixed bag. Thankfully, using the Sony VAIO VPCEH2F1E is a reassuring experience.
Though the original Motorola Xoom stood out as the first big tablet push with backing from Google, it didn’t turn out quite to be pinnacle of Android tablets.