Apple recently announced that they were purchasing Beats Audio in a deal which is worth $3 billion to the founders of beats, this is of course subject to the Apple Beats deal being approved by the various regulators.
According to a recent report, the European Regulators will announce their ruling on the Apple Beats deal by next Monday the 30th of June.
Yesterday Apple released a new 16GB entry level version of the iPod Touch, which came with a reduced price over the previous model, and also the same features, including a rear camera as the 32GB and 64GB models.
Now the guys over at iFixit have managed to get their hands on the updated 16GB iPod Touch, and have taken it apart to see what is inside the device.
The amount of people using the Internet is expected to hit 3 billion by the end of 2014, the news comes in a report from the ITU (United Nations International Telecommunications Union).
The report says that by the end of the year close to 3 billion users will be online, and around two thirds of these will be in the developing world.
Netflix has announced that it is increasing the price of its monthly subscription plan in the UK and Europe for new members, the price will increase by £1 per month to £6.99.
The good news is that if you are an existing member of Netflix, than your price will not be increased for the next two years, and you will continue to pay £5.99.
Earlier today we heard that Netflix would be increasing the monthly cost of their TV and movie streaming service in the UK by £1 and in Europe by 1 Euro.
Now Netflix has announced that they will also be increasing their monthly cost of Netflix in the US by $1 per month, the price increase will only apply to new customers.
Cory Alexander has been busy creating his very own motorised Team Fortress 2 minigun replica for the last three months and has this week published a video showing his creation in action.
The TF2 mini gun other wise known as Sasha was built using 3D printed parts together with traditional techniques and materials And is equipped with motors, lights, 12v Li-po battery pack and authentic sound bites taken from the TF2 game.
Sony Online Entertainment has today released a new teaser trailer for its upcoming PlayStation 4 game H1Z1, together with a cryptic image that can only be accessed via the SOE H1Z1 official website by entering the Konami cheat code, see below.
The new PS4 H1Z1 game features zombies, crafting and survival and puts you in a world after mankind was devastated by the H1Z1 virus, which has left death and destruction in its path. Check out the videos after the jump to learn more about the newÂ H1Z1 game.
Gamers patiently waiting for the launch of the new EVE Valkyrie game might be pleased to know that this week CCP has announced that Katee Sackhoff will be voicing the character Rán throughout the game.
BSG fans will already know Katee Sackhoff as playing Captain Kara “Starbuck” Thrace throughout the Battlestar Galactica series that was such success. As well as starring in Riddick, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Monday LG announced three new Android tablets, the LG G Pad 7.0, the G Pad 8.0 and the G Pad 10.1, although at the time of the announcement, LG did not reveal the specifications for these new devices.
Now one of these tablets, the LG G Pad 7.0 has turned up in the AnTuTu Benchmarks, and this has revealed some of the specifications on this new 7 inch tablet.
Detailed by The Telegraph this week, a group ofÂ hotels and restaurants in England are noticing an increased number of direct blackmail threats from patrons in regards to leaving a negativeÂ TripAdvisor review. Much of the hotel industry, especially bed & breakfast lodging, is dependent on sites like TripAdvisor to increase booking volume during the year. To initiate the threat, the customer usually mentioned that they are a regular TripAdvisor user and will post a negative review about their visit if a demand is not met. Demands include freebies during a meal like a bottle of wine or dessert,Â a reduction of the total bill or room upgrades.
Speaking about theÂ blackmail threats,Â British Hospitality AssociationÂ deputy chief executiveÂ Martin Couchman said “ While it’s very difficult to put an exact figure on how widespread the problem is, it is clear that a small minority of online reviewers are directly blackmailing – or sometimes subtly blackmailing – restaurants for their own gain .”