Sky Go adds Eurosport streaming for Tour De France, Le Mans coverage

Sky have added Eurosport to the suite of channels available through their on-the-go live video streaming app, Sky Go. With a busy summer of sport just over the horizon, Eurosport will add live coverage of the Tour De France cycling…

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Gerald LynchSky Go adds Eurosport streaming for Tour De France, Le Mans coverage

Tapulous to follow Tap Tap Revenge iPhone app success with Riddim Ribbon game featuring the Black Eyed Peas

Taplulous' Tap Tap Revenge iPhone app proved a surprise success, taking on the rhythm gaming big-guns like Guitar Hero and Rock Band and beating them at their own game. Tap Tap Revenge proved wildly popular, and now Tapulous are looking…

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Gerald LynchTapulous to follow Tap Tap Revenge iPhone app success with Riddim Ribbon game featuring the Black Eyed Peas

Survive the snow with these cool gadgets

If you live in the UK and look outside your window today, odds on the world around you is covered in snow. It may have been a good laugh when you were little, hiding stones in snowballs and peeing your…

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Gerald LynchSurvive the snow with these cool gadgets

PS3 named Best Performing Platform of 2009 by Metacritic

Review aggregator Metacritic has released the results of its first annual Game Platform Power Ranking. Collating the media review scores of all of the past year's games, it's found that the PS3 had the most well loved software of the…

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Gerald LynchPS3 named Best Performing Platform of 2009 by Metacritic

UPDATED: BlackBerry Storm II due in September

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Although we weren’t massive fans of the BlackBerry Storm when it arrived in our office, we’re still pretty excited about this rumour. Sources suggest that RIM will be releasing a second iteration of the touchscreen BlackBerry in September this year.

One of the biggest failings of the original Storm, aside from the horrible touchscreen, was that it didn’t support Wi-Fi. The new version apparently will, which will make BlackBerry fans happy. If you ask me, though, they’ve got a long way to go before they can reach the user experience delights of Nokia or Apple phones or the G1.

(via SlashGear)

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Duncan GeereUPDATED: BlackBerry Storm II due in September