Those shopping for point-and-shoot cameras will have plenty of choices come March. Sony has just unveiled three more models to its popular Cyber-shot line. This brings to six the total number of point-and-shoot cameras Sony has already announced this year.
If you’re looking for a music streaming service in the UK, Pure Music has just gone live, offering a monthly streaming service for £4.99.
Sony announced back in October that they would be buying Ericsson out of their Sony Ericsson joint smartphone venture for a total of $1.47 Billion, Sony would then re-brand its mobile phones under the ‘Sony’ brand.
It looks like the $1.47 billion buyout had now been approved by the European regulators on the 26th of January, and this will mean that Sony now has full control of its mobile phone division and also the patents that go with it.
Nokia has come up with a statement that the battery woes that plagued the Lumia 800 should have been gone by now after its latest update.
Get ready for some ghost hunting this summer, with XMG Studio announcing that it is hard at work on a new game to be based on the popular Ghostbusters. The game will be made available for iOS devices.
If you want to be one of the first to grab a Galaxy Nexus on Sprint then the time has come to sign up as Google has opened up a page where you can register to express your interest on the much-awaited smartphone on the network.
Remember that 55-inch OLED TV unveiled by LG at the recent CES? It will be available in the second half of the year.
PS3 users who play MLB 12 The Show will be glad to know that there will now be an option to save their games to the cloud.
Missing that tab feature present on other browsers when using Firefox? It’s finally coming, with Mozilla announcing an upcoming update to its browser that will not only bring that much-awaited tab feature but also some more features such as apps and chat functions down the line.
DoubleTwist has been updated and now has an integrated podcast catalogue, aside from some performance fixes. Before trying out the new feature though, take note that the added service will come with a price tag of £4.99.
MasterCard’s QkR mobile payment system, which will start its trial run in Australia, will make it easier to purchase for potential buyers, so if you’re the impulsive kind, you may want to proceed with caution.
Sometimes it does pay to read the manual, or brush up on the new features of your gadgets. This was proven true when a cop in the US managed to apprehend a thief who stole an iPhone 4.