James Bond 007: Everything Or Nothing, EA’s take on an “original” Bond adventure is a little clunky in places, but it’s essentially satisfying.
Microsoft’s getting very pushy in its attempts to place Windows 10 everywhere, while Pebble has some new smartwatches to push. All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical…
The PS4 hard drive is a wonderful thing, until you run out of space. Changing it is easy, but easy doesn’t mean it lacks frustrations.
Over the weekend, I disposed of an awful lot of my writing history. It hurt, but you always have to keep moving and learning.
It’s the clash we’re yet to see in the cinema, but back in 1994, Sega owners could pit cyborg cop against assassin droid with ease.
Google announced its home assistant, Google Home at Google I/O today, and the world went nuts. I get the allure, but whatever happened to privacy?
Google’s I/O conference brings all the big news this week, along with special guests Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson and Daniel Tyson!
Twitter is apparently set to remove character counts for images and links. Will that change all that much in how social media works?
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is an immensely cinematic PS4 game, but that’s both its blessing and its curse, as it expands the form and is limited by it.
Google’s big developer conference is imminent, but what will the big G reveal? Windows 10 has an upgrade price, but is it a price anyone will pay? Telcos are talking up VoLTE rollouts like it’s the next big thing, but are consumers listening? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!