Tonight, Apple is holding a live event to launch the oft-rumoured iPad mini (or iPad Air, or iPad diddly, or whatever). But the latest clues suggest it won’t get a UK launch this side of Christmas. Worried? You should be.
Update: Nintendo has annoucned that the Wii U will launch in the UK on November 30th.
After all the fuss about the iPhone 5 last night, it’s easy to forget that there are some other sizable launches on the cards in 2012. The Wii U is one such biggie, and Nintendo will be hoping it’ll light up the Christmas console charts. It’s just had its price and release date outed in its native Japan. What does that mean for us? Read more
Since Microsoft first unveiled its 10-inch Surface tablets, one question’s been on everyone’s lips: does it have what it takes to stand up against the might of the iPad? Well, if one amazing new rumour proves true, it could clean up. Is Microsoft taking a leap out of Amazon’s pricing book? Read more
Sony’s been busy of late. Ever since the brand managed to swallow up Ericsson it’s been pumping phones out of the factory gates left, right and centre. The Sony Xperia Miro is the latest in a long line of Xperia branded handsets, but – for some, at least – it might have just beaten the rest, thanks to both its OS number and a crazy-low price. Read more
Samsung Galaxy S3. Fifteen letters that probably mean quite a lot to you if you’re an Android fan in need of an upgrade. Well, good news: Samsung’s newest, market-leading flagship hits stores today. And it really is a bit special. Want to know why? Here’s a handy roundup of everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S3. Read more
The Samsung Galaxy S3 hits stores tomorrow. It’s easily one of the most eagerly anticipated phones of the last thousand years, if not longer, but if you’re going to pick one up, you’ll want to know that you’re doing so at its cheapest. Fret not: we’ve got the best Samsung Galaxy S3 UK prices for you right here. Let us take you by the hand and run you through the cheapest SIM-free, PAYG and pay monthly deals around. Read more
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