Technology – 18 February 2013

Sony PlayStation 4 price slash strategy tipped amid console competition

Written by Chris Davies, Published on Slash Gear

Sony’s PlayStation 4 will be more competitively priced out of the gate than its PS3 predecessor, insiders suggest, with the company reportedly aiming at knocking a quarter off the console’s original selling price.

LG confirms Snapdragon 600 processor and U.S. release for 5.5-inch, 1080p Optimus G Pro

Written by Andy Boxall, Published on Digital Trends

If you’d given up hope of hearing anything more about the 5.5-inch LG Optimus G Pro this side of Mobile World Congress, we’re about to make you very happy, as LG has provided further information on the new big-screen device, including its release outside South Korea.

Glimpse of gaming future: ‘Destiny’

Written by Brier Dudley, Published on Seattle Times

If you’d like a glimpse of what digital entertainment may look like in a decade or two, finagle your way into the Bellevue offices of acclaimed game studio Bungie, which has spent more than four years creating “Destiny” — a massive new entertainment franchise that’s expected to go on sale later this year.

Apple takes new direction with iPad ads ‘Alive’ and ‘Together’

Published on Apple Insider

Apple on Sunday released two new TV commercials for the iPad and iPad mini, each having a catchy new flavor not seen in previous campaigns.

Mega file-sharing service will accept bitcoin, Dotcom says

Written by Jeremy Kirk, Published on PC World

Mega will accept the virtual currency bitcoin for subscriptions for more storage space on the file-sharing service, cofounder Kim Dotcom announced on Twitter.

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