Lenovo has revealed that it is launching four hybrid devices, including two variants of the IdeaPad Yoga, the IdeaPad Lynx and the ThinkPad Twist. Here’s what you need to know about the new Lenovo tabtops to hit the block.
Several anonymous sources claim App developers raised concerns over the poor quality of Apple’s Maps as far back as June! Could Apple’s Maps fiasco have been avoided?
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?
The crowd-sourcing website Kickstarter most recently famous for Android games console, the OUYA, will officially open its virtual doors to UK entrepreneurs at the end of this month (October 31st).
Samsung is set to debut a mini version of it’s hugely popular Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone today but what can we expect from the Galaxy S3 Mini and will it live up to the reputation of its big brother? Read on to find out!
While there’s allot of gamers sitting tight for the next generation of Microsoft and Sony consoles, Nintendo’s US boss says the Wii U will be the console of choice for years to come. Here’s why…
Microsoft Research has unveiled its idea for an intelligent wristband sensor that tracks finger movement for precise motion controls that could well be the future for home gaming systems and mobile device usage.
According to reports, Apple has decided against a 3G-enabled version of the iPad Mini, choosing instead to keep the low-cost tablet a Wi-Fi only model. Will this be the right decision with stiff competition from Amazon and Asus?
A senior analyst has now warned that Blackberry 10 might not make its debut until March 2013, as opposed to the beginning of the year as we originally thought. Here’s why.
On 8th October the Old Billingsgate Market in London threw open its doors to welcome 600 guests to the T3 Gadget Awards 2012. The red carpet was walked, the champagne was opened and the biggest names in tech settled into their seats waiting to see which gadgets would walk away with those all-important T3 gongs. Here’s what happened.