The Playstation 3 is due to get another sales boost this week with the arrival of the long awaited Gran Turismo 5 Racing simulator, in the past large games like GT5 has required users to install data on their PS3 hard drive to limit loading times when progressing through the game – GT5 is no different. In fact reports suggest that the initial loading time could be 40...

Over the last few days a lot of people have been getting very excited about the Sony Experia (Xperia) X12 Anzu, many thought that the brand new Sony flagship would come pre-loaded with Android Gingerbread – sadly this isn’t the case and the handset will be launched on Froyo 2.2. Eldar Murtazin of mobile-review.com managed to get hold of a review unit which actually...

It seems the wait for Gran Turismo 5 is finally over, well nearly, Sony have announced today that their world famous driving game is set to return after a four year break since GT4. The official UK release date has been set for Wednesday 24th November 2010. Kazunori Yamauchi, the head genius behind Gran Turismo admitted the games development had not been plain sailing,...

A consumer survey of 3000 UK people has revealed that Apple products will be at the top of more peoples Christmas lists than any other gadget this year. According to the vouchercodes.co.uk survey 37% of the people questioned voted the Apple iPad to be the most desirable gift that they would like to receive. The chart topping iPad was closely followed by the iPhone 4 with...

We spoke the other day about the Playstation phone rumours and how Sony must be thinking of something big if they are to knock Apple, HTC and even Google off their Smartphone stride.  It seems there was some truth in the rumours as Sony’s chief financial officer has confirmed the device – well sort of. The leaked photographs showed the alleged device from all angles...

Google is hoping that its Internet TV technology will really take off and propel the whole Internet TV potential and at an event yesterday, Sony announced the release of 4 Internet TVs and a Blu Ray player that all have Google’s Internet TV included in them. The devices will be available in the US at the end of this month but unfortunately don’t look likely...

Sony is taking the 3D fight to Panasonic having announced that they too are working on a glasses free 3D TV. 3D TV take up has been unexpectedly massive with more and more people wanting to enjoy their favourite Sky shows and movies but in order to do so users must don a pair of special 3D viewing glasses. While they are certainly better looking than their 1980s counterparts...

Apps are absolutely everywhere, and Google is bringing an app store to Google Chrome that will include in-browser gaming. Showing off the potential of the new apps, they said that they would charge a 5% fee to developers for including their games in the app store that is set to launch in October. It could also be part of the reason why Google has been buying up social...

It’s all go in the world of gaming and consoles today. Nintendo sales have been hard hit by the imminent release of Sony’s new Playstation Move and the Microsoft Kinect motion sensing controllers. Nintendo posted a surprising loss in profits for the quarter despite price slashes leading to increased Wii sales. The immediate future is a little on the shaky side...

The range of tv’s you can get now is truly mind boggling and with prices becoming ever more competitive it is becoming very difficult to sort the wheat from the chaff.  After much research I have recently bought two new tv’s ( a 26 inch sony and the Sony w4500 40 inch) for the bedroom and the lounge. This has given me a great opportunity to review the W4500...