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Ricky Gervais: 10 things I’ve learnt about technology
We spoke to The Office star and comedian Ricky Gervais about all things tech in this exclusive interview. It’s definitely worth checking out.
Motorola Xoom 2 spotted in video ad?
A video released by US network provider Verizon Wireless features what looks like the successor to the Motorola Xoom. Is this the Motorola Xoom 2?
Sky Go free iOS streaming: 5 things you need to know
Sky is launching a new service called Sky Go. The service will give users access to 30 channels on devices including iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, PCs and Macs. If the idea of steaming telly on said devices tickles your gadget fancy, here are five things you need to know about Sky Go.
Exclusive: Inside the mind of the man who fired Steve Jobs
John Sculley once fired Apple CEO Steve Jobs back in the 1980s. Consider the stupendous success that both Apple and Steve Jobs have gone on to achieve and it sounds ludicrous. We got the chance to talk to the man, right here.
New Xbox coming in 2012 says Crytek
Crytek, the makers of the Crysis games, including the most recent, and splendid Crysis 2 have claimed that a new Xbox model is already in the development wild. The claim is that it’s being used to develop new first-person shooter title TimeSplitters 4. New Xbox in 2012? It’s still wishful thinking that we’ll see it happen, but the rumours will continue to build, we’re sure.
HTC Desire will get Android Gingerbread update
In a merry-go-round of uncertainty, HTC revealed that the HTC Desire will not be getting the latest Android update, before backtracking to announce that the update will be enabled. Although some select apps will be cut from release. Which apps, HTC hasn’t confirmed.
miScroll – the world’s cheapest Android 2.3 tablet from Yorkshire
If you’re one of (we’re sure) many contemplating a foray into tablet land, here’s a tablet to tempt you. The miScroll, from Yorkshire-based Storage Options costs just £119.95, and comes armed with some decent specs. Intrigued?
Best tablet review: group test
The Apple iPad, and its successor aren’t the only tablets to pick from. Here we herd up all the tablets we’ve ran the rule over most recently to help you choose the right one for you. If you’re thinking of picking up a tablet, we recommend you read on.
Nintendo Wii U won’t feature DVD or Blu-ray playback
Were you impressed by the recent Nintendo Wii U unveiling? That’s Nintendo’s new console, for those not keeping count. Don’t expect it to play Blu-ray or DVD movies, because it won’t, say Nintendo.
Duke Nukem Forever: Worth the wait?
The Duke is back. But more than a bang, we’re afraid he’s returning with a bit of a whimper. It’s not all Duke’s fault. So what went wrong? Read our review to find out.