Indie Games To Watch in 2018
Want to play some new games in 2018, but fancy something a bit different? Keep these titles on your radar.
Claims deep-learning photo tech.
Payment processor innocent, it seems.
Nvidia's Tegra 4-powered gaming handheld will be ready for pre-order on 20th May.
Can the smaller version of the Arc impress us as much as its full sized sibling?
Is our love of the small and distinctly styled Vulcan illogical or perfectly rational?
Sony has announced a new PSP, called the Next Generation Portable, or NGP.
A team of researchers have created an ultra-thin, flexible, rechargeable battery.
Microsoft's Shane Kim has hinted that the company may be planning on making an Xbox handheld in the future.
MSI's X-Slim X340 13.4 inch ultra portable laptop is one of the first to use Intel's new CULV processors. It's clear where the X340 got its inspiration from, but MSI has managed to hit an attractive and affordable price point - read our review find out how it gets on.
Master modder Ben Heck turns his skills to the Commodore 64, creating a portable C64 machine that loads games from an SD card.
While it's been available in Japan for a while now, Nintendo is only just getting ready to ship the new DSi platform across the rest of the world. We've got a copy of the handheld to take a look at, so it's time to see if it's worth getting rid of your DS Lite or PlayStation Portable.
CeBIT 09: Super slim, extremely sexy, better power than a netbook and under £800. Two fingers to Macbook Air.
AMD introduces its new Yukon platform with its latest CPU: The Athlon Neo. Squeezing between the popular and cheap netbook platform and expensive ultra portables - AMD hopes to score some "ultra thin" wins. We pick through the details to decide whether AMD has enough to make a new market.
The new Asus Eee PC model is here and the 1000 is looking better than ever thanks to a redesigned keyboard, chassis-filling screen and new Atom processor. Is the new model really a step forward for the line though, or an incremental disappointment at best?
The Acer Aspire One is small, lightweight and gloriously linuxy - but can it make that extra jump from potential to realised greatness? It looks like it might, but the only way to be sure is to read our review of this latest and greatest 8.9 inch sub-notebook...
Sony has released the latest firmware update in Europe - this includes the Skype functionality it announced at CES.
The Gizmondo PMP, which famously failed and ended with a company founder jailbound, is to launch itself to market once more. Yay?
CES 2008 - In my yearly meeting with Seagate, I got to hear a lot about general storage. Most of it wasn't really revolutionary. Then, I met D.A.V.E.
Axiotron has announced that its homebrew Apple Mac-based tablet PC, the ModBook, is now available to order. Can a MacBook really be hacked into a commercially viable tablet?
E-Lead Electronics has announced a rival for the Eee PC: the Noahpad. It's small, white, and runs Linux; is it just another clone, or has it got its own merits?
Stanford University researchers unveil a new nanotechnology that could herald the dawn of twenty-hour laptop batteries.
The new version of the GP2X handheld, the portable platform of choice for cheap gamers and coders, has been released with a few new features. Check out the specs inside.
Sony is bringing a lot more life to the PSP, unveiling new Go!Explore and Go!Messenger applications at this year's Leipzig GC.
Bored of your DS and PSP? Want something old-school? Then build yourself a Rogue-like game system which you can carry in your pocket for just a few pounds.
Sony is giving British universities access to the the PSP developer kit at a vastly reduced rate. Hey - with the saved cash you could probably buy 1/8th of a PS3!
A brand new PSP mod hits eBay, boasting a gorgeous exterior and a stunning carry case. Even better, a portion of the profits go to charity, so get bidding!
The PSP finally gets a much needed redesign in the shape of the new PSP Slim. It looks yummy, but is it even tastier than the DS Lite?
Sony's newest PSP firmware update doesn't just give it PS3 connectivity. The little device gets a shot in the arm as the speed bumps up, too.
A Wii portable? Perfect for playing tennis on the bus and 'accidentally' hurting someone!
COMPUTEX 2007: MSI's gaming notebooks come with an interesting case design, as well as a Turbo button for on the fly overclocking.
The PS3's new firmware enables backwards compatibility for the PSone.
Seagate's 160GB external 2.5" hard disk provides a huge amount of storage in a tiny space, we check out what it offers and if it's worth your cash.
Fancy taking your Xbox 360 with you on the road? Wouldn't mind a 720p screen and a USB keyboard attached? Check out this awesome custom housing for the console.
Sony is under fire after releasing a PSP white ad in the Netherlands that was considered racist.
There's a photo out - is it Microsoft's new portable player? Is it video? Is it a gaming device? Does it share music? Who knows.
Landed in the office this week - a wireless laser notebook mouse, a Sennheiser gaming headset, a UPS that fits in a 5.25" bay and a Skype phone.
In an interview with Fortune magazine in the US, Microsoft's top bod has given the strongest indication yet that it is going after Apple directly in the portable space.
Microsoft isn't stopping with its Ultra Mobile PCs. It also wants to create a portable gaming and media platform to rival the PSP, iPod and Nintendo DS.
LG Chem have completed development of a portable, methanol-powered fuel cell that can run a 25W notebook computer for over 10 hours.
Thought the "Old Phone" ringtone on your T610 was cool? How about a real-life Old Phone? Spark Fun Electronics will oblige.