The First Game Awards: Winners and Losers

The first annual Game Awards replaced the long running Spike TV VGX, with Dragon Age: Inquisition taking out video game of the year Dragon Age: Inquisition is...

Robust Netflix Expansion Prompts New Price Rises

Netflix announces its first price increase in three years, as it expands into new markets and faces emergent competition from other providers. Having posted strong growth throughout...

Windows Phone 8 : The Real Kick-start for Microsoft in the Smartphone Industry?

  Released for public on 29th October, Windows Phone 8, or WP8 is the new operating system from Microsoft dedicated to the smartphone world. Based...

Bliive: A Collaborative Network of Trading Time

  Lais Fulgencio,  Correspondent (Tech)   CURITIBA — Have you ever imagined your skills and free time being used as a bargaining chip? Bliive, released in May in...

Google’s New Trick Includes Slick

In yet another surprising move, search engine giant Google acquires an Israelian start-up. Over the past few weeks Google has been on a shopping spree...

The Rise of the Wearables

The time has come when mobile devices begin to make their way from the palms of our hands and onto our bodies. But thankfully,...

The (not i)Watch is coming

The smartwatch collection, which will go on sale on April 24, will range in price from $349 to $17,000  On March 9, CEO of Apple Tim Cook announced...

Sony PS3 Breaks the ‘5 Million Sold’ Barrier In The UK

  LONDON - Sony has revealed that they have sold over five million copies of the Playstation 3 since it's original release in 2007. The announcement...

Google’s Motto Doesn’t Speak as Loud as It’s Actions

Illustration: Venla Valve Miles McCormack, Editor (Technology)   Google’s famous motto “don’t be evil” is being increasingly tested by a company apparently set on stretching the definition...

The Aliens and Orcs of Artificial Intelligent Gaming Paving the Way

A look at the games that are providing a smooth transition into next-gen gaming technology  The notion of an actor going off script, or “ad-libbing”...