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Microsoft’s recent handover to CIA a worry for Xbox and Xbox One owners

You may have heard about or came across the news regarding whistle blower Edward Snowden, who recently leaked the fact that the US government has been spying and collecting data on pretty much everyone and still continue to do so. It was also claimed by Edward Snowden that the intelligence community is entirely focused on getting intelligence wherever possible and by any means necessary. This in fact is pretty much evident by the recent news stating how Microsoft literally handed the U.S, NSA,... Read more »

PS4 and Xbox One pre-orders already on eBay

Here at Gadget Mill we love our gaming and of course getting the best deals. As we are extremely hyped up this generation for the next round of consoles to make their way to the stores; we decided to go ahead and pre-order this time round. After a bit of hunting around we found some amazing pre-order deals where some retailers were selling consoles for less than the retail price. So be sure to keep an eye out as you could save some money which you could then of course put towards your games.... Read more »

Activision and Naughty Dog – double standards set by Sony fans?

Sony Fans Bounce Back! As an avid gamer I love to keep up with the latest gaming news and announcements; I also enjoy reading comments left by fellow gamers on articles I read looking for more input and opinions on the pieces I read. Of course reading the comments section may sometimes lead reading into 'flame wars' between fans of each console - but hey sometimes it can be funny! I see myself as a hardcore gamer who leans more towards the PlayStation franchise - due to my PlayStation... Read more »

Apple iPhone 5s to get sapphire crystal covered fingerprint home button

Apple's worldwide developers conference is a month away and the world is already talking about the new iPhone. It shouldn't be a shock to anyone that we are expecting the iPhone 5s to be announced instead of an iPhone 6. However the rumor mill has been suggesting for a while now that the iPhone 5s will receive a fingerprint scanner - keeping your phone and details more secure. iPhone 5s sapphire crystal button rumor Recently a Taiwanese website - TechNews released a report claiming that... Read more »

Apple to update AppleCare service for the worst!

It seems like Apple will be updating a lot more than just its products this year; this includes the AppleCare service it provides to all its customers. Usually updates from Apple bring good news but unfortunately speculation from an insider confirms that Apple will be toughening up its support procedure in order to save the company money. How AppleCare currently works As of now the procedure works like this for iPhones, iPods, iPads and other gadgets: 1) You book an appointment to be... Read more »

Upcoming oil crisis will leave existing technology useless!

The Upcoming Oil Crisis As oil prices have seen a trend of rising prices; you may question what seems to be pushing the prices higher and higher as time goes on. Our first instinct might be the fact that the oil companies are getting greedier day by day; especially due to the economic climate and inflation. But truth be told the scenario is much deeper than that! Fossil oil as you would know is a finite energy source - meaning it will at some point run out. The upcoming 'peak oil'... Read more »

What Infinity Ward can do to turnaround the Call of Duty series

Lately I have gone back to playing the Call of Duty series on my PS3. This includes games such as the legendary Call of Duty 4 up to the latest Black Ops 2. As you would probably know Black Ops 2 is packed with way more features and customisation in comparison to Call of Duty 4 which was more or less plain and simple in comparison. However with that said and to be honest I seemed to be enjoying myself way more playing the classic COD4 in comparison to the other later titles. My first... Read more »

Apple announces WWDC 2013 – June 10-14 – Tickets Cost $1599

Apple have announced that the Worldwide Web Developers Conference (WWDC 2013) will take place this June 10-14. The conference will take place in San Francisco at the Moscone West Convention center. Tickets for the conference have been priced at $1599 and will be sold tomorrow (April 25) at 10:00AM Pacific Time. Previously Apple used to put the tickets up for sale as soon as they announced the event; although this time round they have gone ahead and decided to sell the tickets the next day.... Read more »

Apple to announce new product category this Fall – Confirmed

There have been plenty of rumors in previous years regarding Apple and another type of product they are going to release. Well Tim Cook has confirmed during Apple's Q2 investor call that they have potential of new product categories and that they will announce new products Fall 2013. Tim Cook also later added that the new category may not appear this year and that it is extremely difficult to work on truly innovative products - but rest assured Apple are working closely with manufacturers to... Read more »

Google Analytics April Fools Joke!

I just recently introduced a new product to the lineup of the gadgets we buy - the iPotty. We then distributed this information across the social networks we use such as Facebook and Twitter. After a few moments I decided to see how popular this new gadget was amongst our followers and found that the iPotty made a big hit with the International Space Station - Control Room! Unfortunately we only had 1 hit from London (myself) and 41 hits from just the International Space Station itself!... Read more »