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Gadget Gift ideas for $500

Gadget Gift ideas for $500

  If gift giving this Christmas means a stash of technology under the tree you’ve listened in at just the right time.  As I work though the Tech Daily gadget gift guide this week we’ve hit the $500 limit. Well the good news is that 500 buys you plenty of fun. For starters you can pickup the latest Playstation 4[Read More…]

Video Games to look out for in the coming month

Video Games to look out for in the coming month

Traditionally the 3 months leading up to Christmas are marked by major video games releases…and this year is no exception. On the 27th of this month the next installment of HALO will launch.  HALO 5: Guardians is a sequel to HALO 4 and for the first time will leave the older Xbox360 system behind with exclusive release for the XBoxOne.[Read More…]

XBox One minus kinect sensor coming for $499

If you’ve been putting off buying an XBox One games console due to the $600 price tag here’s some good news. From June 9 you’ll find a new xbox one console priced at $499.  The reason for the price drop is that this particular version doesn’t come with the Kinect movement sensor.  In the video below XBox explains the reason[Read More…]

XBox One and Playstation 4 sales figures revealed

XBox One and Playstation 4 sales figures revealed

It’s been quite a few years since we’ve had a real ‘console war’ leading up to Christmas, but that’s exactly what was happening last year with Microsoft’s XBox One and Sony’s Playstation 4 released within a week of each other in November. Both consoles reported good pre-order sales success, however for those who hadn’t pre-ordered PS4 stock was scarce with[Read More…]

XBox One launches in Australia at Midnight events across the country

XBox One launches in Australia at Midnight events across the country

At video games stores across Australia last those keen to be the first in the world to play Microsoft’s new Xbox One console queued up for its midnight release. At the Knox EB Games store in Melbourne I spoke to a number of people in the line, some of who had been waiting outside the store since early afternoon.  One[Read More…]