Morpheus: the god of dreams, a faintly annoying character in The Matrix and soon, something you strap to your face. We're talking about Sony's Project Morpheus, a VR headset for the PS4 that might just change gaming forever. It's a bit rough, says Alex Roth, and there's no sign of a price tag as yet, but the 1080p display has a lot of potential.
As for Oculus Rift, it's tantalisingly close to being A Thing You Can Buy. We've had a go on one of the latest developer kit, and we reckon it's "the coolest product in the world right now, and it gets better every time we see it." Rumours suggest a Christmas 2014 launch. We've sent our letters to Santa already.
Google had some news for us this week too. The Chromecast TV streamer has hit the UK, and Patrick Goss was quick to put it through its paces. That's not all. Google also took the wraps off Android Wear, its version of Android for smartwatches and other wearable devices.
If Samsung's gear-related tomfoolery had convinced you that smartwatches are ugly, think again. The incoming Moto 360 is a genuinely pretty watch that just happens to do the Google Now stuff too. We won't have to wait long to find out more: as Swider says, we can "expect to hear more about Android Wear and see the unveiling of the first Wear apps at the Google IO conference in June." More details will be "on hand", so that's one to, ahem, watch.
We're feverishly awaiting our review samples of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z2 – so to help keep you going in this barren period we've pitted these two phones against one another in our early look. Read more
Google has finally rolled out its Chromecast media streaming device to the UK, streaming the likes of the BBC iPlayer, Netflix and Google's own Play Movies and YouTube to your television for £30. Read more
Sony took motion controlled gaming to the next level when it unveiled a slick-looking Oculus Rift competitor at its GDC 2014 press conference. Project Morpheus is the name of the electronics company's long-rumoured VR headset for PS4. Read more
Imagine. You're buying something exciting and expensive. The sales person makes you an offer. You can have 1/8 off the sticker price if you agree to just one thing: from time to time, the sales person would come round to your house and punch you in the face. The new iPhones and iPads are a bit like that. Read more
To celebrate BT’s new range of products that make it easier to connect your gadgets to the internet, BT has teamed up with TechRadar to give away a full entertainment packag. BT’s range of connectivity products allows you to connect your devices to the internet anywhere in your home.
The longer you use your PC, the more clogged with data it becomes and the slower it performs. You need a dedicated system cleaner to analyse your computer, diagnose problems and optimise your system for improved performance. CCleaner is one such system optimiser, a free download that promises to make your computer faster and more secure.
This Sony wireless portable Bluetooth speaker connects to your Bluetooth-enabled phone or tablet and can blast out tunes for up to 10 hours. It's splash proof as well. Usually it costs around £90 but you can get one at less than half price, for just £38.99 over at Amazon.