We also learned the Xbox One release date: it's going to trail the PS4 in America, but beat it by a week in Europe. And in a move that shocked and saddened Key Lime Pie fans everywhere, Google announced that Android 4.4 will be known as KitKat. It's even teamed up with Nestle for the whole thing. So much for not being evil, eh?
We might be days away from seeing Apple's legendary and quite possibly fictional iWatch, so the announcement of Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch could be something of a spoiler. In our Galaxy Gear review, Gareth Beavis explains that it’s priced high and suffers from a "laggy and buggy interface." Also, it's a horse, says Gary Marshall: "Henry Ford famously said that he didn't ask people what they wanted, because they would have asked for faster horses. The Galaxy Gear is a faster horse." It's essentially Samsung's 2009 smartwatch, the S9110, given an update.
IFA in Berlin is the world's largest consumer electronics show, so naturally we were all over this year's exhibits. You'll find all the details in our exhaustive guide to IFA 2013, which COME IN WEEK IN TECH YOUR TIME IS UP!
Microsoft's army of public relation executives were made to sweat profusely as they applied damage-control to their bosses' cack-handed attempts to reboot the videogame industry. Have they been able to turn their fortunes around? Read more
Samsung's latest is-it-a-phone-or-is-it-a-tablet identity crisis has landed in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Announced at IFA 2013, the handset comes packing the latest version of Jelly Bean, Android 4.3 and a 5.7-inch Full HD Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080. Read more
Samsung's new smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear, has been revealed at IFA 2013 - but Android-running wrist-warmer will only work with the also-announced Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition for now. Read more
Google officially announced this week that the latest iteration of Android will go by the name of Android KitKat, but in a commercial for its sweet-flavoured operating system, Google also revealed what seems to be the long-awaited Nexus 5. Read more
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The Google Nexus 7 is a remarkably solid device all round: the specs and screen are both good, it's got a premium build quality and a very low price tag. If you're on a budget this is the tablet to buy and, even if you're not, it's well worth considering.
The marriage of the Core i7 processor with the discrete GeForce GT 740M graphics from Nvidia should see you through any normal task and game you can think of. Add in the versatile touchscreen, and we can easily see being used in many different ways throughout the home.
The TechRadar deal hound has been scurrying around the web again this week, sniffing out the hottest tech bargains. Our favourite deal this week is Adobe Photoshop Elements for PC or Mac for the bargain price of £32.99 over on Amazon. Photoshop Elements is on sale on Adobe's site for £78.15, so the Amazon price saves you £45.
When you hear talk of a post-PC world you might wonder if you're ready to give up something that has been a reliable workmate, leisure buddy and friend. But fear not, because the arrival of the tablet opens up a whole new world of possibilities without losing the functions you love. Lenovo's new tablet range shows that a post-PC world is nothing to fear. These keyboard-compatible gadgets are perfectly at home for work or play, and certainly won't have you mourning your laptop.