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Next-generation consoles may not meet sales projections: analysts

Games consoles are battling against a whole host of other distractions for attention, such as social media and tablets.

Why we shouldn’t get too excited about a 'Liquidmetal' iPhone 5

A Liquidmetal iPhone 5 would be a near indestructible piece of kit, right? Wrong.

Top accessories for your iPhone and iPad: gallery

Dozens of iPad and iPhone accessories tested across a variety of categories, whittled down to a handful of the very best you can buy for your iDevice.

Why Microsoft should reboot its smartphone platform one more time

Microsoft is no stranger to rebooting its mobile platform, a move that invariably leaves customers who took a chance on the current platform out in the cold.

Xbox 360 sales down by almost half

Microsoft’s Entertainment and Devices Division fell by 16 percent to $1.62 billion, with the company placing much of the blame on a “soft gaming console market.”

Valve: "No one here was meeting with Tim Cook"

Newell: “We have a long list of things we’d love to see Apple do to support games and gaming better.”

Windows 8: Fragmentation of the hardware ecosystem is inevitable

When it comes to the differences between Windows 8 and Windows RT, it’s going to take more than a sticker to educate users.

Intel and Microsoft hope to cut iPad market share to under 50 percent by mid-2013

The battleground that Intel, Microsoft, and the ODMs have chosen to challenge the iPad on is a predictable one: price.

Smartphones aren't hungry for data: We are

“It’s not me, it’s you,” said the 3G-enabled smartphone, or the 4G-capable iPad 3.

Unlock your AT&T iPhone without losing your jailbreak

Latest version of Redsn0w allows you to maintain your jailbreak after unlocking.

Windows 8: Media Center functionality likely to cost more

Microsoft is pushing for Media Center users to upgrade to the Windows 8 Pro version.

European carriers: Nokia's Lumia smartphone "would be much easier to sell" if it ran Android

Carrier executive says “no one comes into the store and asks for a Windows smartphone.”

Mini iPad - the numbers just don't add up

A mini iPad might make sense if iPad sales were flagging, but there’s nothing to suggest that Apple is having a problem selling full-sized iPads.

Lawsuit claims AT&T "aided, abetted, and assisted" iPhone thieves

The lawsuit further claims that by reactivating these handsets AT&T and other carriers have earned “unfair and illegal profits” that have “amounted to many millions of dollars each year, for the past several years.”

Seven ways to improve the iPad 3 battery life

These simple tweaks will give dramatically better battery life from your iPad.

Xbox 360: 15 months as the best-selling console in the US

Microsoft is enjoying its fifteenth consecutive month as the best-selling console in the U.S., according to NPD data.

Bring Metro apps to Windows 7 to encourage developer growth

Opening up Metro apps to Windows 7 users would give developers are al reason to start developing. It decouples the success of the new platform from the success of Windows 8.

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