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.