After a private beta of Mass Effect 3 appeared on the Xbox 360 fall preview last night, a user has released the first 15 minutes of footage online for all to see. Spoilers inside.
The Samsung Galaxy Nexus isn't available in stores for a few days yet, but the device has already been rooted and the software is available to download, it's even been tested on an actual device.
AMD is moving to fire over a thousand workers at a time that the PC industry is slowing down. The company blames a weak market, and is laying off 12% of it's workforce.
Today at a launch event in NYC, HTC took the wraps off their latest flagship Android device -- the HTC Rezound -- which is full of high-spec goodness, and is guaranteed to get Ice Cream Sandwich.
After hundreds of users took to the Apple forums to complain of bad battery life, Apple has responded by pushing an update to developers that addresses the issues and lets Siri understand Australians.
Even though HP gave up on the TouchPad they're not letting it get them down, with the announcement of a new tablet today, the "Slate 2" which sports Windows 7 with a stylus.
We sat down with Nokia and talked MeeGo, where the platform is today, and where it's going to head (at least in the short term). Good news; updates are coming, and they're jam-packed full of features.
The Xbox Live Fall Update is now available for users that previously signed up, allowing some gamers early access to the next-gen Xbox 360 dashboard.... though it will take 3-5 days to receive it.
The all new Gmail look has gone live across the world for all users, and it brings a clean, new look to the service in one of the largest overhauls the service has ever seen. I
The BlackBerry is dying. We all know it. It's obvious in our device choices every day, but shocking new data released today details RIM's massive decline, with the company losing 15% share in Q3 2011.
A major threat was discovered today that creates Bitcoins on infected Mac computers, takes screenshots and steals usernames and passwords. It's not safe anymore, no matter what platform you run.
After a year of traveling around film festivals, the user-generated movie "Life in a Day" has been uploaded to YouTube for free, becoming the first feature length movie created by the video service.
This is awkward. We review the Nokia N9, the phone that was to be everything Windows Phone isn't. How does it stack up? We think the Meego is awesome, but is it better than WP7? Actually... yes.
After a closed ceremony last week, Apple has made available a video of the event, where many employees, executives and board members shared their feelings about Steve Jobs.
Mango is a big deal, and Microsoft wants you to know that. If you live in New York City, you may just be able to get a free phone -- if you're an influencer -- as well as VIP tickets to the WP7 party.
One of the most powerful tablets to date has been announced; the "Transformer Prime" which sports a quad-core processor and measures in at just 8.3mm thick.
It's been a busy week for the smartphone world, but Microsoft wants you to know that talking to your phone is overrated... oh, and NFC is coming to Windows Phone 7 soon.
Things at Nokia are looking bleak. The company is reporting massive losses ahead of Mobileworld next week, and says it will be making changes to ensure it continues to be sustainable.
The announcement was known to be coming, but Nokia has been dead silent on it's plans and what exactly they'll be announcing. It appears the company has more than one phone ready to go.
After a long drought of news on the Mango device front, Microsoft has shown off the latest Samsung devices at an event in Asia, and they're well worth the wait.
Straight after the Ice Cream Sandwich announcement today, Google made available the SDK for Android 4.0, the next major iteration of the platform.
The announcement of Android 4.0 came with lots of shiny new features today, but a smaller one is even more interesting. The OS now lets you keep track of data usage, built right in.
At a press event today, Google showed off the latest iteration of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich (or 4.0). Face unlock, upgraded multitasking, cloud sync and more are coming.
Today at a live event on YouTube, Google unveiled their latest iteration of Android -- Ice Cream Sandwich -- which attempts to unify the Tablet and Phone form factors on the same platform.
The specifications of the Galaxy Nexus are official, the phone sports some of the best hardware features Android has seen yet, as well as the most delicious treat onboard.
It appears the cat is now completely out of the bag. A video of the Samsung Nexus Prime running Ice Cream Sandwich, which is due to be unveiled in just hours has leaked.
Google almost managed to keep the Galaxy Nexus secret, but it appears Samsung let the cat out of the bag by publishing a picture of the device on their website.
The stage is set. The treats are on the lawn. Google is planning to announce their latest iteration of Android today -- Ice Cream Sandwich -- live on Youtube and we'll be covering it right here.
The call has completed. Skype is now officially owned by Microsoft, who has big plans for the company already as they merge it into a new internal division on day one.
Google has put up their Ice Cream Sandwich mascot on the lawn and the stage is set. It's now official, October 19th is the day the world will get the latest mouth-watering treats for Android devices.
According to a study released today, the world can't wait to get their hands on Microsoft's take of the tablet PC. But will Microsoft take on the consumer space? Maybe not.
Facebooks long awaited refresh for mobile devices appears to have gone live for some users, with HTML5 support appearing on the touch.facebook.com version of the site.
The Finnish phone manufacturer has announced the winner of their "next Nokia tune" competition. The new tone? A Dubstep-inspired remix of the original.
Earlier today, Apple announced Steve Jobs, pioneer of technology had passed away. We follow the reactions of Steve's peers, colleagues, family and more, as they react. We're covering it live.
After announcing it wasn't being discontinued earlier today, Microsoft has now announced the Zune HD is being discontinued immediately.
As the Occupy Wall Street protests escalate, Anonymous has stated it plans to attack the NYSE and erase it from the internet on October 10.
Microsoft is starting to make moves towards releasing Windows Phone "Mango" to customers, as a pre-update for beta users hits Zune.
After a terribly slow release of NoDo, AT&T are upping their game with the release of Mango, being the first carrier to officially distribute it to retail phones on September 27th.
Web designing is hard. You never know how exactly your site will look on people's computers, and actually testing it in every browser is just a hassle. Browserstack solves that problem, simply.
The social network juggernaut wants to know what you're doing and who you're doing it with, even if you break your leg. This photo tour walks you through some new "life changing" features of Facebook.
HP's conference call announcement about their new CEO is underway and the company is announcing its stances on the PSG spin off, WebOS and why the previous CEO was asked to leave.
Jumping around in front of your TV? That's not cool. Alienware is claiming that only real PC gaming is cool, and that they're the only ones that can save you from a depressing life of casual gaming.
On the eve of Facebooks "f8" conference where the company plans to show it's big future, an employee unknowingly leaked a feature of its highly anticipated music service.
The next big hit from Blizzard is just around the corner, with Blizzard announcing the beta of Diablo 3. The game has been in development since 2000, and is Blizzards latest release since Starcraft 2.
Nexus S users can now use Google Wallet, the company's first "tap and go" payment solution if they're on the Sprint network. The technology uses NFC and will soon support most major credit cards.
It appears Valve is making the same move it made a few months back and has made the original Portal game free to play for all.
Microsoft has shown off video calling in Windows Phone 7 "Mango" for the first time, and it looks pretty slick. All we need is new hardware to try it on, now.
Steven Sinofsky said today on the Building Windows 8 blog that most of the new features are disabled in Windows 8. We've uncovered a new file system lurking under the hood, is it the next big thing?
The Windows 8 developer preview is now available for download from Microsoft directly, to the public. In addition to this, Windows Server 8 is now available to MSDN subscribers.
Even though we haven't got a release date for Windows Phone 7 Mango on retail devices yet, it appears carriers are ready to go, with Vodafone group approving the update for deployment