Entries in 'Hardware' (71)
Microsoft’s Aaron Greenberg has described the 21st May reveal of the new Xbox as “laying the foundation” for the new platform, with most of the new games to be ...
Console maker Microsoft and broadband and telecom major Airtel today announced a partnership to provide Xbox 360 owners offers on Airtel broadband subscriptions.
Microsoft has announced a new set of Xbox 360 console bundles as part of its promotion for the summer season.
Sony has finally begun manufacturing PS3 games in India, with the first lot of locally manufactured games set to hit stores by the end of the month.
Crytek’s Kinect action game, Ryse, is now a launch title for the new Xbox, as is a new Forza game with “super life-like” visuals, a new report has suggested.
The new Xbox will be simply called 'Xbox', will require an always-on internet connection, and will be revealed on 21st May, claims established tech blogger Paul Thurrott.
Calling Sony’s software development tools “lame”, Atari founder Nolan Bushnell has said that he believes that Microsoft will come out on top in the next-gen console race.
Microsoft has yet to even confirm the existence of a new Xbox console, but the one rumour about it that keeps popping up is that it will require users to ...
Sony plans to reveal more about the PlayStation 4 before E3, new reports have suggested.
Stelulu Technologies turned quite a few heads at PAX East last week with its innovative new PC game controller, the Stinky Footboard.
The PlayStation 4 will go into full production in August and will ship 16 million units this year, reports out of Taiwan and Japan have suggested.
EA, which was strangely absent at Sony’s unveiling on the PlayStation 4 a few days ago, has reacted positively to news of the new console and it’s PC-like hardware architecture.
Zotac has announced the first GeForce GTX Titan graphics card for India.
In amongst a long list of impressive PlayStation Clould features laid out for the PS4 by Gaikai’s David Perry was one little detail that may turn many potential buyers off.
Sony unveiled its next-generation console - PlayStation 4, at the PlayStation Meeting in New York today, and has announced that it will arrive in ‘holiday 2013’.
There’s less than 12 hours before Sony will almost certainly unveil the next generation PlayStation console - the PlayStation 4.
Coloured PS3 consoles will be available in India by mid-March, Sony has announced.
The PlayStation Vita has received a price drop in Japan, paving the way for a similar move in the West at the upcoming PlayStation Meeting.
Reports in the UK suggest that Sony is considering a price of around £300 for the PlayStation 4.
An image of an early prototype of the controller for the PlayStation 4 has leaked online, sporting the rumoured touchpad/touchscreen.
The CM Storm Quickfire TK compact gaming keyboard is now available in India, Cooler Master has announced.
With all the buzz surrounding the impending announcement of the PlayStation 4, Sony has reassured investors and analysts that there’s still plenty of life left in the PS3.