Samsung and Google’s latest lovechild, the Nexus 10 is a tablet so sleek the iPad is said to have a crush on it. Pictures and a video of the latest Nexus tablet have appeared via website BriefMobile, setting the tech world abuzz.
This may also be partially due to Google postponing the October 29 launch event thanks in no small part to hurricane Sandy. With no new date yet announced for the official event we will have to make do with these little morsels of news till the official event.
The Nexus 10 is set to become the new benchmark for 10 inch tablets, a sock lifter. The sort of tablet that makes everyone else try harder, lift up their socks.
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Microsoft is working hard to make the Xbox the centre of our living entertainment, now they are bringing in the smartphones to assist. With the introduction of the SmartGlass application for Windows and Android smartphone’s the Xbox’s interface has been put in the palm of your hand.
Able to convert any Windows 8 or Android phone into an auxiliary display for your Xbox, the SmartGlass app is a must have freebie for any Xbox owning Android and Windows user. Making us wonder how we used the Xbox without it. This may also signifying the first tangible benefits of the much hyped device integration we have heard so much about, finally it all starts to make sense.
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HAARP’s reputation precedes him, with powers that dwarf even a Bond villain. Could HAARP possibly be as powerful as rumours suggest and can it produce all of the phenomenon attributed to it. Are lights in the sky, unusual electrical sounds and unexplained radar signatures all signs of HAARP in action?
Stories have long circulated of HAARP’s ability to cause Earthquakes, a highly controversial claim that till now has been considered implausible. Noise and whispers around the web are now suggesting the possibility should be taken far more seriously.
There are now many interesting indicators pointing to this possibility, especially the tragic possibility that HAARP may have been the trigger for the Japanese Earthquake.
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The launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops II draws near. The 13th of November has been marked in the calendars of FPS (First Person Shooter) video game fans around the world. One of the most popular video game franchises in history will soon have a new edition.
The build up to a big budget video game is every bit as impressive as a Hollywood blockbuster. Activision and Treyarch are keen for the new Call of Duty to be as popular as previous titles. Since Call of Duty’s first release in 2003 over 100 million copies have been sold. Servers around the world host millions of games daily while 40 million players hold active accounts.
Joining the publicity campaign for Black Ops II is YouTube celebrity FPSRussia and his Quadrotor named Charlene. Charlene is no ordinary Quadrotor mind you, armed with a 100 round magazine and machine gun she is built to kill. Included for your viewing pleasure is the video of Charlene in action controlled by YouTube’s favourite Russian used car salesman FPSRussian.
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Cloud based video storage takes an interesting twist with the introduction of the Boxee TV. Adding to the Boxee Box’s media playback abilities the new Boxee TV is able to record HD free to air TV channels using its dual tuners. Recording to a virtual and unlimited drive in the clouds.
Challenging the need to constantly buy new hard drives Boxee will offer an unlimited account for $14.99 a month, while the Boxee TV will retail for $99 USD.
The new Boxee is a slimline compact box that will blend in with other components in the living room. Unlike the radical rubix cube design of its older brother the Boxee TV is a simpler black rectangular design.
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Clean fuel, the dream of the global warming era has moved one step closer. As the world struggles to find a system that offers the convenience of our petrol economy with the future proofing of green fuels Air Fuel Synthesis (AFS) may have cracked the code on the impossible, producing hydro-carbon fuel from air and water.
The AFS solution holds the promise of addressing many of the modern dilemmas, all in one foul swoop; oil depletion and dependency, energy security and climate change solved. With none of the downsides of BioFuels the AFS fuel holds the potential to be a game changer for the entire world.
Still in the early stages of development AFS have constructed a demonstrator capable of producing 5 to 10 litters of fuel per day. The technology itself is off the shelf but the process has been years in development.
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LG, life is good until you climb aboard LG’s special elevator. Upon entering the lift all looks normal, nothing to see here, until you press the button. In that moment the riders mind expects the lift to start its journey, instead the floor of the elevator appears to fall away, leaving them at gravities mercy.
The floor was in fact still in place as it should be, the effect being generated by a series of IPS LCD panels embedded into the floor. An impressive prank that has all of the polish of a Hollywood blockbuster crammed into the confines of your average office elevator.
Included for your viewing pleasure is the LG elevator experiment, buckle up, get a grip and press the play button.
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Television, our window into a world of entertainment is evolving before our eyes. The next advancement in TV technology is taking shape; the rise of 4K television is nearly upon us.
This week the CEA (Consumer Electronics Association) have formally established the 4k standard and given it a catchy new name in the process, UHD or Ultra High Definition. UHD is based around the new mega pixel resolution of 3840 x 2160, four times the number of pixels than 1080p.
As part of the standard all UHD display devices must have at least one digital input capable of receiving native 4k UHD images, no up-scaling.
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Razer, makers of gear for gamers have recently announced the updated Blade gaming laptop, version 2.0 is upon us. To celebrate the occasion Razer has also created the Star Wars: Old Republic Blade, a one of a kind prize.
The Blade still remains the most portable and stylish 17 inch gaming laptop on the market, now the second generation has appeared to tempt us all further.
Keeping the brand current and fresh Razer have left perfection alone (the Swtichblade interface) instead upgrading the internals only. Faster GTX graphics and the latest Intel CPU have turned the portable casual gamer into an application and gaming workhorse on the go. Razer’s Blade gaming laptop is still undeniably spectacular and the laptop we all think of when shopping for the laptop we can afford.
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