Finally, after months of waiting, we finally know the release date for the Xbox One. The console will go on sale in Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Spain, UK and the USA on November 22, 2013. More territories will be added in 2014. This effectively gives the PS4 a one week head start for the next console generation. It will sell for $499.

We were under the impression that HTC was to put all their eggs in a single basket this year with the release of their One. Head of HTC for the UK and Ireland, Phil Roberson had confirmed it with Omio blog at the end of February. If you remember at that time, the One was fresh

Ingram Micro announced an executive shift Wednesday, with Brent McCarty, formerly executive director of Ingram Micro CE, assuming leadership of Ingram Micro United Kingdom and Ireland.  Tom Bamrick, formerly executive director of Global Sales and East Campus, will replace McCarty in Scottsdale as executive director of Ingram Micro CE.

Hewlett Packard Co (HPQ.N) will begin selling its Touchpad on July 1 in the United States for $499.99, debuting the first tablet computer powered by Palm's operating software.

Jumping into the tablet computer craze triggered by Apple Inc's (AAPL.O) iPad, HP said on Thursday it start taking orders on June 19 in North America and Europe.

Sony Corp. opened an online streaming-music service in the U.K. and Ireland and said it will roll out the platform to other major markets next year, as it looks to try to catch up with rivals such as Apple Inc. in linking electronics to digital content.

The electronics and entertainment conglomerate said Wednesday that its Music Unlimited service, which opened in the U.K. and Ireland on Tuesday, will be available in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand and other European countries next year, though the company didn't offer details.

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