The LG G Watch is the first Android Wear smartwatch, and it was set to be released on July 7th… but UK retailer Mobile Fun has received stock today, a week ahead of schedule.
Google kicked off its annual I/O developer conference this evening with a host of announcements on the future of its two biggest brands: Android and Chrome.
Apple has followed a very predictable naming structure for their phones for many years now. They operate on a tick-tock strategy similar to Intel’s, offering first a new design and a year later an optimised version. The new designs have new numbers – iPhone 5 – and the optimised versions have the S suffix – iPhone 5S. This year though, that’s set to change, as Apple are expected to release two new phones, both much bigger than their predecessors at 4.7 and 5.5 inches. So what will the new iPhones be called?
Leaked images of iPhone 6 cases provide an insight into the new phone’s size, button layout and features.
In this article, we’re going to take a look at ten of the best cases available for the new and incredibly shiny HTC One M8. Let’s get right into it!
Nvidia announced the new GTX 800M series of laptop graphics cards this week, which should offer better gaming battery life and between 15 to 60% better performance than equivalent 700M models. Gigabyte have announced five new laptops using these new GPUs, including some redesigns of existing models that we’ve reviewed here on XSR and one entirely new model. Let’s take a look at what was announced.
Giant 4K HDTVs are amazing, but they’re still some way from being affordable. Thanks to a new Sony competition though, you might be able to get one for free.
Gigabyte, best known in PC gaming circles for their motherboards, have launched their latest ultra-thin gaming laptop – the Gigabyte P35K Ultrablade.
German company Cherry are famous for providing the switches that lie at the heart of so many mechanical keyboards, and next year they’re set to introduce one of the biggest changes to their lineup in a long time.
Razer have really filled out their peripherals business over the years, including some of the earliest mass-market mechanical keyboards, their ever-popular gaming mice, and even accessories like messenger bags (I own two!), mouse pads and mobile phone cases.