Breaking from its recent slew of hacks and ongoing support for the Occupy series of protests, the Anonymous collective has put out a call to arms asking London residents to re-enact the climactic finale of Alan Moore's V for Vendetta.
In a recent interview, going against most analysts' predictions, Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot reiterated his belief that the Wii U will allow Nintendo to bounce back from its ongoing poor financial performance.
With Activision's Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 released today, consumers and critics alike have begun to question whether the military shooter will be able to live up to expectations and rob Battlefield 3 of the gaming charts' top-slot.
With rumours circulating that HTC is set to release a new "iPad 3-killing" tablet in the new year, the IBTimes takes you through the three key features we'd like changed to improve on its disappointing current Flyer tablet's design.
Activision's latest entry into the call of Duty franchise launched last night across the world and while the game doesn't re-invent the wheel, having finally got our mitts on it, we here at the IBTimes can confirm it's pretty damn awesome.
With Apple's new iPhone 4S now out and the thought of the iPhone 5 a distant memory, speculation has turned to the company's, unconfirmed, iPad 3.So just to help you, the "lucky" reader, meet your daily quota for tech gossip, the IBTimes offers a complete breakdown of all the latest unsubstantiated internet waffle regarding not just the next iPad, but also its, currently fictional, chief competitors.
Despite not yet being released analysts have already suggested that even with the combined efforts of the Ice Cream Sandwich flavoured Samsung Galaxy Nexus and sleek Motorola RAZR, Apple's already record breaking new iPhone, the iPhone 4S, will remain consumers' top-end device of choice.
With Nokia's slew of new Windows Phones releases just around the corner, new research has emerged suggesting the devices may do the unthinkable and finally turn Microsoft's OS into a valid competitor to Apple's iOS and Google's Android.
New research has emerged suggesting that while Samsung may have won the battle this quarter, it will be Apple that wins the war, predicting its iPhone 4S will outsell Samsung's next range of Galaxy smartphones.