Galaxy GTX 460 Video Card Streams Content to your TV Wirelessly

I have often wished that I could get Hulu or other streaming video sources on my TV, but I lack a media player that can do that or wireless streaming tech for my computer. If you are a gamer that needs a new video card, Galaxy has unveiled a very interesting NVIDIA GTX 460 card dubbed the GTX 460 WHDI Edition.

The new video card will ship in October and its cool feature is that it has built-in wireless streaming that will send any video content to your TV. At the TV, a wireless receiver connects to receive the streamed video. That means you can watch Hulu or even play a PC game using your TV in the living room.

Galaxy GTX 460 WHDI Edition

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Klipsch AudioRock Speaker Debuts for Outdoor Fun

Klipsch is one of the better brands out there on the speaker market and they have speakers for audiophiles and home theater fans. Klipsch has unveiled a new outdoor speaker that is designed to work with the LightSpeaker System called the AudioRock Outdoor Speaker.

The AudioRock speaker has an integrated 2.4GHz receiver and gets power from a rechargeable battery. That battery can power the speaker for eight hours and is removable to charge inside in about four hours. The granite color housing of the speaker is water and rust resistant.


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Angry Birds Update Hits App Store

The much anticipated update for the Angry Birds game has now landed in the Apple iTunes App Store.

Angry Birds has now been added to Apples Game Centre and has now received a new golden egg sound board, new language support, improved memory management, new levels, and Retina quality graphics.

Angry Birds Update

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1 Million Google TVs To Ship By End Of The Year?

According to Digitimes, Google will end up shipping over 1 million Google TVs by the end of the year. We heard earlier that the Logitech Revue Google TV set top box had already been shipped to retailers, and 500,000 units were on their way to stores, so the igure doesnt seem that far fetched.

The 1 million ffigure also includes TVs from manufacturers like Sony, and others who have already confirmed that they are producing hardware using Google’s TV software.

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GoPro HD Hero 960 Wearable Camcorder

GoPro has just added a new wearable high definition camcorder to its range, the GoPro HD Hero 960.

The new HD camcorder has been designed as an entry level version of the HD Hero and has a number of mounting options removed from the package. However the HD HERO 960 features the same professional grade 960p, 720p and 480p (WVGA) video & 5MP timelapse photo modes as the original HD HERO camera.

GoPro HD Hero 960

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Booq Boa iPad Case

Over the last couple of months we have featured a couple of Booq Boa iPad bags here on Geeky Gadgets. Now Booq Boa have launched a new Boa folio iPad case to their range of cases.

The new iPad case allows you to use your iPad in three positions: flat on a desk or your lap, slightly elevated for improved ergonomics, or near vertical for watching movies or a slideshow. Similar to the Apple iPad Case.

Booq Boa iPad Case

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New Apple TV In Action (Video)

The guys over at PCMag have put together a video showing all the new features of the Apple TV, we get a good idea of how it works and you can see many features of the Apple TV in action below.

Earlier today we also heard what was inside the new Apple TV, including the same A4 processor as in the iPhone 4 and Apple iPad as well as 256MB of RAM and even 8GB of storage.

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Virgin Media Introduces P2P Traffic Throttling

For the first time Virgin Media is to start introducing P2P traffic throttling on its customers on its cable network.

The throttling will be introduced in phases to be completed by the Summer 2011 and will cut the bandwidth available to peer-to-peer protocols and Usenet at peak times, for all customers.

Virgin Media Introduces P2P Throttling

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RIC Android Robot Designed To Look Like Android Mascot (Video)

A company in Japan, RT Corp has developed a fun Android robot based on the Android mascot, the RIC Android robot, and according to the developer it is the first robot to run on Google’s Android OS.

As you will see in the video below, the RIC Android robot is controlled using an Android smartphone, and is designed to look exactly like the famous Android mascot.

RIC Android Robot (Video)
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