PS Vita 1.8 Update Rolled Out By Sony

A new update has been rolled out by Sony for its PS Vita handheld gaming console that brings with a number of new features and enhancements, as well as PSOne Classics support.

The PSOne Classics support will be arriving later this month on August 28th and the latest PS Vita 1.8 update also enables support for using the buttons on the consoles handheld’s menu.

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Android SkyDrive App Launching Soon Reveals Microsoft (video)

After recently launching newly revamped version of their SkyDrive application for Windows and OS X clients. Microsoft has unveiled a new version of their SkyDrive app will be arriving on Android devices very soon.

As expected the SkyDrive Android version will allows users to access, upload and share documents from Android phones. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Skydrive project and see it in action.

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Samsung Galaxy S III Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update Coming 29th August (Rumor)

Samsung has been working on the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for their new flagship Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S III, and now it looks like we may have a possible launch date for the Jelly Bean update.

Samsung are holding their IFA media event on the 29th of August, when they will be announcing the new Samsung Galaxy Note II, and now it would appear that they may release the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Galaxy S III on the same day.

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iPhone 5 And iOS 6 Will Wake You Up To Your Favourite Music

If you have an iPhone and are fed up with the alarm sounds that wake you up each morning, this will be changed in iOS 6, and instead of those annoying alarm sounds you will be able to wake up to your favourite music.

At the moment the only choice for an alarm on the iPhone is Apple’s ore-defined ringtones of ones purchased from their iTunes Store, when iOS 6 is released you will be able to choose a song from your iTunes library for your alarm.

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LG Announces Sales Of 5 Million LTE Smartphones

LG has announced that they have now sold a total of 5 million LTE enabled smartphones, this is an increase of 1 million over the 4 million LTE devices they announced last month.

LG sold a total of one million LTE enabled handsets in July, and LG are intending to release some of their LTE enabled devices globally, like the new LG Optimus Vu, which we heard yesterday would land in the US next month.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 To Retail For £414 In The UK

Samsung announced their new Galaxy Note 10.1 a while back, at the time of the announcement we didn’t have any pricing on the device, and now we have some details for all of the various models.

The entry level Samsung Galaxy Note which comes with WiFi and 16GB of built in storage will retail for £414 including taxes, and the WiFi and 3G versions, also with 16GB of built in storage will retail for £508.80 including taxes.

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Microsoft Surface Windows RT Tablet To Retail For $199 (Rumor)

Microsoft will launch their new Windows RT tablet in October, the Microsoft Surface tablet, we have previously heard rumors that the tablet would cost around $600, but now according to the guys over at Engadget, it may retail for a lot less.

According to Engadget, Microsoft may sell the Surface RT tablet for $199, which would probably be lower that what it costs Microsoft to actually make the device.

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RIM To Start Showing BlackBerry Smartphones To Mobile Carriers

Yesterday we heard that RIM are getting ready to license their new BlackBerry 10 OS to other manufacturers, and now the company will start showing its new BlackBerry 10 devices with the various mobile carriers.

RIM’s CEO Thorsten Heins told the WSJ that the company will be demoing two Beta versions of its BlackBerry 10 smartphones to various mobile carriers over the next few weeks.

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