There were some interesting developments in gaming technology announced at the annual CES tradeshow in Vegas.
The automotive industries big hitters all showed up to announce their imagined futures of car technology at the annual CES tradeshow in Vegas.
At the Oxford Farming Conference on the 4th January, Andrea Leadsom announced that a £120m fund would be made available by application for rural businesses.
Towards the end of Steam’s annual winter sale, Valve decided to announce the top 100 selling games of that year, and offer most of them at a discounted price.
Now that Christmas is over, the dust can finally settle and gamers can determine whether their gamble to get the latest offering from PlayStation, the PS4 Pro, was worth the price tag.
Over the last few years a new contender has entered the ever competitive ring of gaming technology. Rather than being a new console, something to replace what you’re currently using and add to the ever increasingly large and uncomfortably familiar hole in every gamer’s wallet, VR or Virtual Reality sets out to coincide peacefully with your favourite platform.
Nintendo recently announced their new console that isn’t really a successor to either the one-true-handheld DS/3DS or the not-so-impressive Wii U. The Nintendo Switch is designed to be both a home games console and also a portable that ensures you can game on the go. It’s a risky move for Nintendo – the Wii U was considered a flop (even more so when compared to the household success that the Wii was).
After months of anticipation among the gaming community, Super Mario Run was finally released on the 15th of December for iOS, with a release for Android still unannounced.
Leamington Spa’s very own Pixel Toys walked away with an award at the annual TIGA award ceremony in London last month.
New measures put forward in the Housing and Planning Act, which was passed this year, aim to reverse the decision to reclassify associations as public sector, which was enforced by the Office for National Staticstics (ONS).