The Xperia is perhaps Sony’s most successful line. We’ve seen numerous phones and tablets under it already. There’s the Xperia Z2 expected to launch at the Mobile World Congress and the Xperia Z1S that is arriving soon. among others.
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We haven’t heard much about Maingear but the brand is making a comeback with the “World’s Thinnest Laptop”.
Thanks to the price cut Nintendo recently offered, sales of went up by almost 200 percent. About 300,000 Wii U consoles were sold after the handheld gaming console was given a new price. The additional number makes up 3.91 million devices sold since the Wii U launched a year ago. Thing is, the Japanese manufacturer more »
Move over Google Glass; the real future of wearable tech has arrived. Jeri Ellsworth and Rick Johnson were part of secret team to develop the augmented reality gaming system castAR, and when Valve pulled the plug on the project they decided that they weren’t ready to give up. This duo talked Valve into signing over more »
ARCHOS has announced its 2nd generation gaming tablet, just in time for the holiday season. The ARCHOS GamePad 2 takes all the success from the GamePad 1 and delivers more of what gamers want. The GamePad 2 boasts more powerful hardware that make it better for tablet-use as well as gaming. The 4.2 Android OS more »
Toys “R” Us has announced its next generation tablet for kids, the tabeo e2. This tablet, which originally launched for the 2012 holiday season is designed by the kids authority and features content kids love. The tabeo e2 has upgrades which make it bigger, faster, and more durable than the original model. The tablet runs on more »
It surely took longer than expected, but in the end Android gamers should be ecstatic to hear the Nvidia Shield is officially available for sale. Sadly, the stocks seem to be severely limited, so for now you can only hope to score one of these bad boys if you’ve put an early pre-order in. Otherwise, more »
Looks like Nvidia Shield’s rise to fame is just not happening. The Android-powered handheld game console was first announced at CES 2013 in January, being initially slated for a March release. That didn’t happen, but what’s worse is the launch date kept on slipping, from March to April to June to July. The latest delay more »
Nvidia made a lot of waves during January’s CES with what it initially called “Project Shield”, a very intriguing Android-powered mobile gaming console, but between then and now there wasn’t a lot of hype-building on the world-renowned chip maker’s part. But the gizmo is finally back in the spotlight and this time it’s a “project” more »
VTech, a world leader in age-appropriate and developmental stage-based electronic learning products for children, has announced that its InnoTab 2S Wi-Fi Learning App Tablet has been selected as one of the hottest travel toys for the spring and summer season by the Toy Insider. The InnoTab 2S Wi-Fi Learning App Tablet features a secure wireless connection more »
One of the gadgets that could change the face of mobile gaming, the Android-based OUYA console, is going ahead with its launch as planned. The first few units have shipped to developers back in December 2012, while early backers of the once upon a time Kickstarter project will be getting their gizmos over the next more »