Why an autumn release of Playstation VR makes perfect sense

Published in VR & AR

A (presumably) unintentional reveal of Sony Playstation VR's release window sets the stage for what could be the most important Holiday buying season in recent memory.

There's new evidence that Apple's making a 4K TV

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All you can ever do with Apple is read between the lines. But we think this is a strong hint that a 4K TV is coming down the line

Apple had another record quarter but shares dropped. But according to our in-house Apple anlylist, K. Stewart, there's much more to come from this image-concious giant

The Mac Pro is dead, long live the Mac Pro

Published in Technology & Computing

Back in March I wrote about upgrading the Mac Pro with new graphics cards, since then we have also seen the announcement of the new Mac Pro which moves away from the standard tower form factor completely. So what can you do if you have a Mac Pro and would like to get the best performance out of it? UK reseller Jigsaw24 may have the answer...

Sony's PS Vita TV to crush Apple's hobby?

Published in Technology & Computing

While PlayStation 4 is the headline act for November launch here and in America, Sony's home territory will be first with a very different gaming/multi-media device. Priced 9,954 yen with tax (about $100 USD or £64), PS Vita TV will arrive on November 14 and at a raw technology level simply crushes Apple's hardware. K. Stewart reports for RedShark

 We've just heard that Apple is launching its new Mac Pro tomorrow. This is quite possibly the most important computer to burst onto the scene for the video community for at least a decade. Starting price: $2,999

Apple lays out its software future

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Apple’s most hard core developer keynote in years highlights OS X Yosemite and iOS8

Apple TV boasts the slickest media streaming UI yet, but that's only a fraction of its true potential. By realising an app-based future for television, K Stewart reckons that this device really could rewrite the consumer rulebook.

What does Apple have in store for television?

Published in Business

Apple’s history with TV has been slightly fractious. Steve Jobs for one did not really want anything to do with it, but it now looks like it’s making big plans for one of its smaller devices, the Apple TV box.

Final Cut Pro X had been updating on a regular basis and then it just stopped. There are two reasons this happens at Apple: either it’s about to be killed off, or there is something new and better waiting in the wings. By Clayton Moore.

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