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Philips CD-i: The Games Themselves

Our last edition of the smash hit left us at the beginning of the CD-I, 1991. Philips was faced with the tough task of putting together a c...

Tuesday, 31 May 2016

Some forgotten 90s corporation is suing all the big lads- a bit ridiculous?

Remember Creative? The lads who battled it out with iRiver for supremacy in a late 90s MP3 player war worth HUNDREDS of dollars? Well they are now attempting to get back in the game- but not as a manufacturer. You see, they're going on a suing spree!


The once great tech or something company Foxconn, is clearing out 60,000 people so robots can do their job.

Monday, 30 May 2016

Games need to go back to the basics

I never really liked FIFA games. I had played some FIFA '12 with my brother before, but there were too many distractions.

Sunday, 29 May 2016

What we'll be seeing from the Vita at E3

BioShock Vita
InFamous Vita
Patapon 4
Medievil 3
Vita 3000- With touchscreens everywhere
And a bunch of indie dreck

Saturday, 28 May 2016

Sony XPERIA E5 Announced: Hopes for better Xperience??

It's fair to say the budget Sony Xperia E line hasn't had the greatest of times. The Sony XPERIA E was a bit crap, the E2 didn't exist and the E4 ran Gingerbread. But can this shitty classic line of mobile phones turn it around with their newest release? I, for one, doubt it. OBJECTION!

Gen 8.5 (Or gen 3DO?)

Who will be the next leader of the home console market?
Will it be current market leader Sony?, Three time second place Microsoft? Or the incompetent mario-lovers underdog Nintendo?

Friday, 27 May 2016

Weekly (Friday) News #2

Recently, Twitter (henceforth referred to as "Twatter") made the @name tag at the start of tweets not count towards the character limit!

Thursday, 26 May 2016

Philips CD-i: The Burgeoning (Or why the games were so terrible)


Google finally advancing on their "Glass" concept

We've had colour TV, we've had 3D TV, we've had internet TV. A lot has changed in the motion picture industry in the last 40 years, and one plucky California corporation hopes to disrupt the marketplace once more.

Weekly news on Wednesday #2

Microsoft last week announced plans to crack down on terrorist content, perhaps in response to the Obama administration's intense effort to get Silicon Valley's help in preventing organizations like ISIS from using social media as a recruiting and fundraising tool.

Saturday, 21 May 2016

Chromebook outsells Mac in the US!

Philips Electronics News has just received exiting news about the financial results of Q1 2016 - Chromebook has outsold Mac!!!

New photo of Mars doesn't look too shabby

I have nothing else to say except that this photo's not too shabby.

Philips CD-i: The Beginning (Or how Philips got Zelda on the CD-i)

1984, Japan. Sony and Philips have been in discussion for weeks on how to best harness the power of their new invention, the Compact Disc.

Friday, 20 May 2016

Phillips and Nintendo - the mostly true story

Phillips and Nintendo: wouldn't that be great!
Well, did you know, that the two companies had a partnership

Weekly (Friday) News #1

Turns out, Australia's (lovely) Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has taken to posting random crap on social media, and apparently it is winning him the election!

Is the face of computing changing?

Tommy Chen logged onto his PhilipsElectronicsNews account just recently with the intention of publishing an exciting new story on Philips's UltraHd BluRay player. He learnt much more than he needed to for that simple assignment as soon as a squizz was taken at the Blog Views page.

Thursday, 19 May 2016

Sony invests in Cogitai.

Here it is- Perhaps the biggest tech story of the year, unearthed by yours truly here at PhilipsElectronicsNews headquarters.

New Panasonic Fans!

Beautiful yet flawed.

Fans may seem to some like a cheap, throwaway device: buy one at the local Wal-Mart and use it for but a few months before throwing it away. You wouldn't want to throw the latest fan from Panasonic away, however, as it costs a massive US$920.

Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Sony's E3 Schedule revealed - The Leaky Cauldron

We can't wait to see the new PS4 Neo, a console Sony seems likely to announce  in just a few days at the new E3 for 2016, along with a wide range of new accessories and games that look likely to really shake up the videogame industry. We have got both the latest games and an exclusive interview with a very high-ranking Sony executive on this page that will be constantly updated with all the news you need for your shit gaming fix. Enjoy!

Weekly news on Wednesday #1

Unfortunately, Audio Voxx's shares are falling rather quickly, after their shocking year in finances, this is truly dissapointing, but hopefully, life will improve for the 2100 employees.

Monday, 16 May 2016

Panasonic Ultra HD Blu-ray player reviewed

The first Ultra HD Blu-Ray player to land in Australia has arrived!

Sunday, 15 May 2016

43" 4K Philips Monitor selling for $799

The new post from our website is below. Just a point here about our new AdSense ads! Like them or hate them, tell us below.

Saturday, 14 May 2016

Philips lighting division floated for first time

Any electrician will tell you that bulbs are tubers planted in the soil. The things you screw into light fittings are lamps. The Dutch have form in both. The technology conglomerate Philips is (with Osram and GE) one of three companies that once ruled the lamps industry. Now it is doing some transplanting. On Monday, it said that a stronger market meant an IPO of its lighting unit was more likely than a sale.

New Panasonic lens tested

Our reviewers recently got their hands on a new lens from the Panasonic Micro Four Thirds system.

Friday, 13 May 2016

The story of the Panasonic Jungle, one of the most promising consoles of 2010

Make some noise for our first Panasonic post!
2011. The 3DS has just come out, the PS VITA scheduled to follow soon. But the console many was talking about was made by neither Sony nor Nintendo.

Sony has dis-endorsed us.

Unfortunately, after our preview of the 72MP Sony Alpha A9,

72MP Sony Alpha Camera tested by us- Elliott Cook

4584001271A highly regarded anonymous photographer recently shared photographs of what is possibly the new Sony Alpha A9, a camera expected to ship in the next year or so with a 72MP Sony sensor.

Thursday, 12 May 2016

Back to basics with our new review of the Philips OneBlade

We know, we know. We've been off the web for a long and you all forgot about us. But we are glad to announce our first Philips review in months with this exclusive Philips OneBlade editorial, authored by Elliott Cook.
Philips OneBlade: ****/5

I give up on the Vita

Even a fanatical Sony (Former Philips) supporter has to confess the Vita has been a dismal failure.