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The latest rumor claims that Apple's top-tier gold Watch will reach prices upwards of $5,000 while the steel version will only cost $500. The device is also supposed to launch by Valentine's Day 2015
More information suggests September 19th to be the release date for the iPhone 6. The report claims that both sizes will be available, although the larger model would be of limited availability.
Microsoft has announced that its new ultra-low-cost Windows Phone 8.1 device, the Lumia 530, is heading to the UK's leading carriers and retailers in a couple of weeks, priced from as little as £60.
Microsoft's Xbox One console will launch in Japan on Sept. 25, though pricing information has not been released. The Xbox One is also slated to launch in 25 other markets in September.
Microsoft has announced that the Xbox One game console will launch in 13 markets all over the world, including the U.S, on Friday, November 22nd, one week after the PS4 launches in the U.S,.
Some UK retailers have outed the release date and price of Google's new Nexus 7 tablet. The new tablet comes with a lot of upgrades compared to the previous version and features Android 4.3
Nintendo is holding a Wii U media event in New York City on September 13, which likely means the company will reveal both the launch date and the price of its next game console.
Wired is reporting that a source closely connected to the Apple hardware team is giving out details about the suspected upcoming revision of the iPhone. Among the most important details are a launch date...