DoubleTwist has released a revision for its Android media player which incorporates Google's holo-theme. By adapting to the user interface, the app is now even more consistent with the Android system.
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Sony president Shuhei Yoshida has just revealed that almost all PlayStation 4 titles will be compatible with the PlayStation Vita via remote play unless they require external PlayStation 4 hardware.
Samsung has accidentally confirmed the existence of a Galaxy S4 Mini via its application store. The news comes prior to Samsung's Galaxy and ATIV-unveiling event on June 20th.
A well-played price cut for the PlayStation Vita has been announced for the 28th of February in Japan. Research was conducted my Sony to evaluate what could be done to make the Vita sell better.
Surface RT users have reported a number of issues involving Windows Update and app updates. It is unknown whether these issues are related, but users are still waiting for a fix from Microsoft.
According to a patent that has been outed from Sony, the company aims to completely block used games meaning once a game is executed on a system, that game can no longer be executed on another.
MySpace Tom has been very active on Twitter lately and has been answering a lot of tweets that have headed his way, one of which has sparked quite the response from tweeters worldwide.
A rumor suggesting that Nokia will be launching a Windows-powered tablet in February has surfaced. Although we are unaware of how legitimate this rumor is, we know something is on its way.
A SNES emulator has been released for Windows 8 and RT, so that users and retro gamers can meet their needs of playing old-school gamers all over again. This emulator will also work on Surface.
7,000 Wii U's have been stolen from an Air Cargo bay in Seattle. It is believed that the thieves stole two semi-trucks and loaded Wii U's onto the vehicles before driving off into the night.
The Tegra 4 chipset codenamed "Wayne" has had it's specs leaked by a Weibo user. Judging from what we can see, we know that it's a substantial improvement to current existing chipsets.
Twitter is pulling out all of the stops to ensure third-party apps aren't integrated with it, and as of today, Instagram embedding will not work with tweets.
Archos has launched its new Android-based handheld gaming device in hopes of meeting the requirements of gamers who enjoy low-cost mobile games, but who do not enjoy using the touchscreen.
Bradley Horowitz has openly stated that he feels Facebook is "pissing off users" by spamming advertizements on people's personal feeds. He insists that Google is handling advertizements a lot better.
Nokia is currently in a dispute with RIM over patents relating to Wi-Fi connectivity and wants all BlackBerries to be banned in the UK, US and Canada, if BlackBerry is found guilty.
WebOS has been ported to the Nexus S just months after we saw it appear on the Galaxy Nexus. The mobile operating system is executed from Android's application grid, allowing it to dual-boot.
Lenovo's two new Android tablets have been priced in the UK, and the prices are very reasonable. The 7-inch model will cost £149, while the 9-inch model will cost £199.
Google has implemented its Google Plus social network into the Google Play store in hopes of allowing application reviews on the store to become more reliable and accurate.
The Kinect is one of the greatest devices to ever surface and it has changed the way people interact with games and interfaces, but more interestingly, it is now being used for more serious purposes.
The patent trial between Microsoft and Motorola has concluded, and we now know that the Judge will have to decide on how much of a percentage Motorola can charge for Microsoft's use of its patents.
It would seem that search giant, Google has annoyingly forgotten to include the month of December in its Date Picker feature for the People application on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean).
Apple and Flipboard have teamed up so that Flipboard has rights to distribute iBooks through it's magazine inspired application. Flipboard will get 5% of the profit for each of the iBooks sold.
Developers at the North Carolina State University have developed a piece of software called WiFox which has the capability of improving Wi-Fi connection performance by up to 700 percent.
Skype for Linux has been updated to feature a Microsoft account log in page, with the hopes of making the transition for Windows Live Messenger users easier for when Messenger is terminated next year.
Samsung is reportedly prepping itself for a brand makeover according to sources in Australia. The makeover is said to be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show on January 2013.
A developer has found a way to bypass certain websites that contain flash elements on Windows 8 and RT through an XML edit. This allows Windows 8 or RT to whitelist sites, allowing them to function.
Microsoft's marketing attempts for its recently released Windows RT-powered Surface tablet just seem to be getting better as the device has been featured in an episode of NCIS: Los Angeles/ .
Megan Fox has been featured for a somewhat unusual but memorable advert for Acer's new Aspire S7 Ultrabook, in which she is conducting research on marine biology using her Aspire S7 Ultrabook.
The Android platform has been doing so well in the smartphone and tablet industry, that Google, much like Apple, has now surpassed the 700,000 application count for its platform.
With the success of Google's Nexus 7, the Nexus 10 is attractive to consumers looking for a 10-inch Android tablet. However, Google wants to persuade developers into developing tablet-friendly apps.
The announcement of Google's announcement has sparked off the reaction of many Android users and other potential consumers, but in the UK we have learned that the device will be exclusive to O2.
Although the ruling between Apple and Samsung's case in the UK was made in June, the Court of Appeal review has now been finalized and reasons as to why Apple has lost have now surfaced.
Are you stuck on an old device with no means of getting Ice-cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean, but want to see what Google Now offers? Well, now you can via Google Talk on any Android device.
PlayStation is planning and working on a revamp for the PlayStation store to help users to find content more efficiently. From what we can see, it looks like Sony's taken notes from Microsoft.
A new e-reader by the name of the Txtr Beagle has been released, in hopes of making a lot of sales which shouldn't be a problem considering the fact that this e-reader is just $13
Jelly bean has now been out for almost 4 months, and whilst it has provided the best Android experience yet, bug fixes must be made and features must be incorporated, which is why it has been revised.
Kupa has announced its new Windows 8 pro-powered tablet and this is definitely one to look for. Packing 3G, 4G LTE, and an optional Ivy Bridge CPU to name a few specs, this device will be phenomenal.
Apple's newest iPhone may have sold 5 million phones in a weekend, but concerns are being raised over the aluminium used for the back of the device as it reportedly scratches too easily.
The Galaxy S III Mini specs and images have just been leaked, giving us an in-sight as to what to expect from the device. Additionally, the pricing for the device has been outed.
Information has just come forward which suggests Facebook's hinted native Android application is in its final testing phase. The new application will fix a bad call made regarding the use of HTML5.
A spokesperson has confirmed to TechRadar and the rest of the world exactly what the pricing for the Windows 8-powered Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 will be when it hits stores on October 26th.
Samsung has just released its Galaxy Note II kernel for developers to work on custom ROMs for the device. This opens up new possibilities for users wanting a better Galaxy Note II experience.
Microsoft looks like its removing its Microsoft Points system as a method of payment in later builds of Windows 8. One can only wonder whether this change will show itself on the Zune and Xbox.
An infographic has been created which outlines the hidden costs users may face when purchasing an iPhone. The data shows that accessories and data plans could cost you more than you ever expected.
Microsoft may have a temporary way of ensuring its Surface tablets sell, with or without actual retail stores. Temporary Holiday Stores are being set, at places without retail stores to cover ground.
An invite for a Samsung event has hinted at a new device. The description states that “Size may be small, and so small may be big.” This hints that the company's Galaxy S III could be downsized.
We at Neowin, like to see our readers make the most out of their gadgets. So what better way to do that than with a mini-review of the game we recommend you to play this week, Rayman Jungle Run.
Machine Gun Kelly, a rapper known for his fast lyrical flow was in a Microsoft store performing last week, when things escalated for the worst. He was reportedly giving the middle finger to employees.
A few Galaxy S II Plus images had leaked previously, but now we've found ourselves with much more than just images of the device, as specs for the device have been leaked via a benchmarking website.
Apple's new iPhone 5 may have been announced two days ago, but many are beginning to believe that the iPhone 5 isn't innovative or advancing enough to appeal to consumers, myself included.