A console in your pocket with cheap and cheerful titles
Our round up of the best technology of 2013 continues with TVs and boxes to put under them...
Six step guide promises users they can unlock backwards compatibility but instead leaves consoles completely inoperable
Two million infected computers cost advertisers £1.7m each month through click fraud, whilst also targeting the public through infected search results
Sony's console sold more than a million consoles during its US launch, and has now beaten records in the UK
It is understandable, to say the least, why football fans can get so frustrated at the amount of their money that ends up in the hands of football agents. Even in the era of the billionaire foreign benefactor, the theory has always been that the fans’ wages pay the players, through the medium of paying for tickets. For there to be other well-rewarded recipients almost feels like a betrayal of that.
This, Microsoft, is how to make a tablet. Nokia’s first entry into the tablet market is a triumph of design and beauty, making Microsoft’s own Surface look clumsy and heavy. It’s a Windows machine, and it makes the new 8.1 software, closely related to Windows Phone with which Nokia has had so much success, look great.
Sony's rival to Microsoft's Xbox One has concentrated fully on the gaming experience - although the launch library is hardly the most impressive to date
A malfunctioning disc drive is the main concern among some gamers
Wales praised Snowden for the care he took in the materials he leaked and described the NSA revelations as "incredibly damaging and embarrassing to the US"
The three separate strains of Microsoft's latest operating system have confused and angered some consumers
The rival consoles are neck in neck in everything from sales figures to hardware problems as we approach the PS4's UK launch
Microsoft's latest console launches on the 22nd for £429 and the PS4 on the 29th for £349
Streaming live gameplay footage will be a key aspect of social content on the latest generation of consoles
From slashing up gladiators for the glory of Rome to exploring alien worlds from the back of a dragon, here are the Xbox One's best launch titles
As a gaming machine it's a finished package - but voice control and TV passthrough hint that the Xbox One still plenty to offer in the future as well