Take-Two hint at Red Dead Redemption 2 cowboy sequel

Red Dead Redemption publisher Take-Two have given the biggest hint yet that a sequel to the critically acclaimed cowboy open-word title could be in the works. Speaking during an investors call last night, CEO Strauss Zelnick stated that his company…

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Gerald LynchTake-Two hint at Red Dead Redemption 2 cowboy sequel

Mac Pro 2013 refresh to do "something really different" says Apple product manager

A loose-lipped Apple product manager has said to expect "something really different" from a rumoured forthcoming Mac Pro refresh for 2013. Speaking to David Baird of the RedUser.net forums, Apple's Douglas Brooks hinted that Apple was currently preparing a significant…

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CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE: Top 5 stylish Windows 8 convertibles

By Becca Caddy We've come a long way since the days of the regular old laptop, now there are ultrabooks, tablets and laptops to contend with, as well as a bunch of other devices that straddle those categories, which are…

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Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini officially revealed: Small in size, light on premium features

What's in a name? Not necessarily all that much, if Samsung's Galaxy S3 Mini is anything to go by, revealed tonight. In the transition from full size quad-core wonderphone to miniaturised handset, it's lost much of what made the Galaxy…

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Gerald LynchSamsung Galaxy S3 Mini officially revealed: Small in size, light on premium features

Red Dead Redemption 2: What we want from the sequel

Red Dead Redemption is arguably this console generation's finest game. Beautiful to look at with a gut-wrenching, emotionally charged storyline, it thrust you into the dark heart of the Wild West, and made playing the life of an outlaw an…

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REVIEW: Sony PS Vita

Sony's long-awaited PSP successor, the PlayStation Vita, is finally here. The most powerful handheld gaming console of all time, there's no denying it's a mightily impressive bit of kit. But in this age of tablet and smartphone apps, not to mention having a direct rival in the form of the Nintendo 3DS, is there room for another gaming device in our already stuffed pockets? Read on to find out.

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OS X Lion showcased at Apple WWDC 2011

Apple's annual WWDC conference for 2011 kicked off with the usual fanfare we've come to expect from the cult of Mac. As well as the launch of the iCloud service and iOS 5 update for mobile devices, OS X…

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iOS 5 revealed at WWDC 2011: Notifications overhaul included

Apple's Scott Forstall SVP of iOS software took to the stage today at WWDC 2011 for the iOS 5 announcements for mobile devices. According to findings from rankings experts Comscore, Forstall noted that "iOS is the number one mobile operating…

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Gerald LynchiOS 5 revealed at WWDC 2011: Notifications overhaul included

iCloud officially revealed: iTunes hits the cloud, for FREE (mostly)

A reasonably healthy-looking Steve Jobs took to the stage to introduce the long-awaited iCloud at WWDC 2011 . The idea behind the iCloud is to allow all of your digital content to be stored remotely in Apple's data centres, and…

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10 things we want from the HD Nintendo Wii 2

The gaming rumour mill went into overdrive last night after sources claiming to be Nintendo insiders revealed that the Japanese gaming giants were planning to launch a brand-new home games console at the E3 games expo this summer. In…

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Gerald Lynch10 things we want from the HD Nintendo Wii 2