We just received confirmation direct from the Microsoft Surface team that it will support the XBOX 360 controller natively. In our opinion, this makes it a viable option for ‘real’ gaming, unlike what you typically see on iPad and Android.
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Great news! HTC’s CEO has officially announced that they are no longer going to lock the bootloader on their devices, which will make customization a lot easier for people who want to do so.
PC Hardware News Cont'd
Sony and Netflix officially announced that Netflix will soon be available for Playstation 3 (and all other Blu-Ray players). Using BD-Live technology, we’re still not sure what the streaming specs will be.
A quick review of Twikini, the best Twitter app for Windows Mobile devices. If you’re looking for the perfect Twitter app for Windows Mobile, this is the one! Available for a free 2 week trial.
We compare the iPhone 3GS specs to the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS. How does the iPhone 3GS compare? Read on to find out!
DivX 7 is coming along – MKV support has been added, allowing Matroska files to be played in Windows, XBOX 360 and Playstation 3
Windows 7 is almost here, and will drastically improve out-of-the-box video support for both Windows as well as streaming to XBOX 360 and Playstation 3. We put the Release Candidate to the test!
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