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.
Sam Raimi, the man behind such epic classics as Evil Dead: 1,2 and Army of Darkness, Darkman and the previous Spider Man Trilogy, has spoken out about his time working on the World of Warcraft movie with Blizzard, suggesting that the publishing giant was a pain in the neck to work with.
Mojang has announced its intention to create a Minecraft calendar for 2014, featuring only the best screenshot from the game that is now owned by over ten million individuals.
It’s the dream of many a cosplayer: their outfit is so good that not only does it get them noticed, it actually gets them a job helping to promote the title they’re pretending to be a part of.
The two Bohemia developers that were scouting for upcoming military shooter ARMA III are still in jail, over two months after their initial arrest on the small Greek island on spying and espionage charges.
Despite the fact that the Wii U is set to replace the Wii as Nintendo’s current generation console in just two days, Google has revealed a Youtube app for the machine, letting users watch videos from the sharing site on their Wii.
Internet users in Kansas that have signed up to Google’s new broadband offerings have been receiving record speeds this morning, as they’re reporting download and upload rates closing in on 700MBps.
One of the higher ups at Microsoft, Steven Sinofsky, who until today had been working as head of Windows, with a 23 year career at the software giant, has left.