Review Category : rumour

At the Nokia Lumia 620 launch event in Pakistan Nokia showed the above image demonstrating the breadth of the Windows 8/Windows Phone 8 ecosystem. This included a tablet which does not appear to look like any we have seen before, but shares the distinctive colourful and rounded styling of Nokia’s Lumia handsets. NokiaGadgets, who first posted about the tablet, notes it has a thin bezel, colourful casing and rounded sides. Nokia is rumoured to have a Windows tablet in the works, though it has also been rumoured that this project has been cancelled while Nokia focuses on their Lumia handsets. Do our readers think an eventual Nokia tablet will look like this? Let us know below. Thanks FocusFlash for the tip. ...

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News on the release of Grand Theft Auto 5 has been on the down low recently, however new details on the date of release of the game have emerged.  As reported by Product-Reviews via email from Microsoft, the game is expected to be released in Spring, on a weekend at the end of March.  The precise date is estimated to be on the 24th March, which falls on a Sunday.  There is some doubt however related to the date.  Nintendo are known to release their most popular games on a Sunday, however GTA 5 is not coming out on the Wii U at the moment, and so it is unlikely that Rockstar will choose to launch the Xbox 360 and PS3 game on a Sunday.  Over gaming sites also appear to be uncertain about the date, but most are also proposing the 24th as the most likely date.  GTA 4 ...

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GamerAnx.com reports that a well-known gaming figure, Hector Martin or otherwise known as "Marcan," may have spilled the beans on at least one aspect of the next Xbox’s processor specs, noting the device “only” ran at 1.6 Ghz, half of the 3.2 Ghz of the current generation Xbox 360. The information was delivered in the context of disappointment in the 1.2 Ghz clock speed of the new Wii U, with Martin countering: If you want more evidence that MHz isn’t everything, a little birdie points out that Durango (Xbox 720) is specc’ed to have a 1.6GHz CPU. Food for thought. (And don’t bother asking me who that little birdie is.) Of course clock speed was more of an obsession with the last decade, and by 2012 we have now learned that clock speed is far from the be all and end all of performance. A larger number of dedicated cores ...

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CVG reports that XBox World Magazine may be about to leak all the details of the next Xbox console in their next issue. In their £4.99 issue they claim the Xbox code named Durango dev kit boast a CPU with "four hardware cores, each divided into four logical cores" and an impressive 8GB of RAM; will feature 4 player, finger-tracking Kinect, Directional Sound, Blu-ray support, TV input and output (like Google TV), an ‘innovative controller’ and at a later stage of the console’s life – Augmented Reality glasses. Editor in chief Dan Dawkins told CVG: "Xbox World has been at the cutting edge of Durango coverage for over 12 months. Unless something really dramatic changes, everything we reveal in our penultimate issue will be revealed long before E3 in June." To read the full 8-page feature, buy the latest issue of Xbox World online or on Apple Newsstand here (UK) ...

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