Sony's FS700 has plenty going for it regardless of its 4K potential, not least in terms of its super slow motion shooting up to 240fps at 1080p.
In case you hadn't heard, Microsoft pulled the wraps off of its next-gen gaming console earlier this week at an event on its Redmond campus.
The stage lights had barely dimmed at the Xbox One event before the internet started tripping over itself with questions about how the second-hand market was expected to operate -- or if there was going to be one at all.
Microsoft's Bing may be a boy among men in the search-engine wars, but that's not stopping it from piling on new features.
No matter how many 4K TVs hit shelves, without native content their appeal will likely remain limited.
Slashtop has a proven track record of bringing the full desktop experience to mobile devices, and now its expertise has come to Windows Phone 8 with the launch of the Splashtop 2 app.
Samsung's relationship with Google seems solid enough for now, but the company is still hedging its bets with Tizen should things turn sour.
When Intel launched Haswell, it promised a generational leap in battery life, and now the chip giant's talking numbers to back that up.
When Verizon Cloud launched last month, it would only back up a few Android devices -- not quite the cross-platform utopia that the carrier had in mind.
It's simple: the numbers don't lie. Clearly aware of the many, many hours viewers are squeezing out of their tablets, the BBC has, for the better, made its iPlayer for Android more friendly with 10-inch models.