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Xbox One will be released 27th November, says Amazon

Amazon’s american branch is claiming that Microsoft’s upcoming console, the Xbox One, will be on sale from 27 November. Whilst the Redmond-based company are yet to officially confirm a release date, Amazon, who received over 2500 pre-orders of next-generation consoles per minute, could definitely be considered a trusted source. The Xbox...

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Microsoft to release a smartwatch, WSJ reports

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Microsoft are to throw their hat into the smartwatch game, joining Apple, Samsung and Google. The WSJ, citing unnamed supply chain sources, claim that Microsoft asked Asian suppliers to ship device components pertaining to an unconfirmed smartwatch. Microsoft would be joining other companies...

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Xbox 720 Speculations

Only a few days ago Sony released details for the PS4 including games accompanying the release, tech specs and the new controller. Speculation and rumours say that Microsoft are planning an event to release the new Xbox. Sony have been hogging all of the media for the past week with their sudden press...

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Tomorrows Web – Popular London Tech Event

This Saturday, Jake, Henry & Jordan from the Geekily team will be heading to this awesome event. It has plenty of fun tech people there and its a great place to network. We as a team have been to the last 2 and have enjoyed them both thoroughly. As the...

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Is it too late for Microsoft Surface?

SINCE the announcement of Microsoft Surface back in summer, there have been mixed reactions amongst consumers. I, for one, am very excited by Surface. Think about it; the basic product is a tablet. Tablets are useful for situations such as travelling, where you’ll likely just want to check email and...

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The real difference between Mac and PC

Something which never ceases to be discussed and/or argued about, is the real difference between Mac and PC. Which is better? I’m going to try and answer this in this article, though of course many people will still disagree. Let’s start with Apple. Apple control everything. That means the entire...