Nintendo has been all about the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate hype for a while now. It has revealed new characters to the game, introduced several new items, including a GameCube style controller and a limited edition Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.
It will be another couple of weeks before the Nintendo Switch officially starts shipping, but it looks like at least one lucky gamer already got the console/handheld hybrid in hand. Could be a shipping mistake or a hoax, so take it with a grain of salt.
I like my iPhone well enough, but if I am being honest, the camera leaves a lot to be desired. If whatever you want to take a picture of is close, it works just fine. If what you are taking a picture of is further away, the lack of zoom makes the images look bad and grainy.
An image has surfaced showing off what appears to be a prototype controller for the upcoming PlayStation 4 (aka “PlayStation Orbis) console. The photo shows a controller that looks largely like a Dual-Shock, but with the addition of a smooth area in the middle that could be a touchscreen of some sort.
If someone on your Christmas list is interested in the Nintendo Wii, you might want to hold off purchasing for a few more weeks. A new “mini” version of the Nintendo Wii console has leaked via the Best Buy Canada website home page.
Sony’s Xperia Tablet in an interesting looking device that was billed as being more rugged than the typical tablet on the market today. One key factor in the marketing of the little tablet was that it was water-resistant.
It’s been quite a month for leaks and the announcement of new cameras by various manufacturers. This week, a pair of new Olympus interchangeable lens compact cameras leaked as well. A few scant details of the cameras were also offered along with the leaked photos.
I can be honest and say that I’m a horrible photographer. I have a fancy DSLR camera that I bought a few years ago and I always use it in automatic mode. The reason I wanted the camera was that it had a fast shutter so I could actually take a picture of my kids, rather than an ear or an elbow at sporting events.
It seems like Apple’s getting pretty bad at keeping its secrets. Either that, or people are just getting better at uncovering them. While they don’t have a complete, working phone, the folks over at China’s iColorOS somehow managed to get their hands on various parts of the iPhone 5 to assemble their very own version of the device.
For months now there have been rumors going around that the next iPhone would be a drastic departure from its predecessors. Then came the pictures of what seemed to be the back cover of the yet unannounced handset corroborating the rumors.
These blurry screenshots made their way onto a recent German television program, and looks like they could be the first images from the hotly-anticipated sequel to the mobile gaming juggernaut, Angry Birds.
Like most successful gadgets, the release of a 2nd generation iPad is a matter of when, not if. But we can still play guessing games as to what features will be added to the next version of the tablet.