Sony has just announced Move.Me, which is a platform that lets you develop applications for the PlayStation Move, for non commercial use, and the platform will be available some time in the spring.
The popular Windows Mobile app CSDevCTRL has now been ported to Android the the creator and XDA member chrisstavrou. With the port chrisstavrou has tried to concentrate on Android areas that he thinks are lacking, and adding new features for Android users with out the need to root the device.
If you have multiple computers across your network that you need to administer but only require one keyboard and mouse to control them. A new piece of software called Synergy allows you to share a common keyboard and a mouse between multiple computers on a local network and supports Linux, Mac, and Windows.
Along with the launch of the new iPad 2, Apple also announced a new range of accessories for the second generation iPad, which include the new HDMI adapter, and also their new iPad 2 Smart Covers, they also launched a new dock which is designed for the iPad 2.
The iPad 2 Dock is designed to work with the new slimmer design on the iPad 2 and it also supports other iPad accessories like the iPad Camera Connection kit and the new Apple Digital AV Adapter.
On the release day of Dragon Age 2 (in US 8th March 2011 and March 11th 2011 in Europe), Bioware and Electronic Arts will also be launching new DLC as it did for its first Dragon Age game. Watch the teaser trailer after the jump for the DLC content and character.
When the Samsung Galaxy S2 was announced, we heard that it would use Samsung’s own system on a chip, the Exynos, but its seems that Samsung wont be able to produce enough of these processors for all the S2′s it intends to sell.
The guys over at ITProPortal have bee told by NVIDIA that they are also supplying Samsung with NVIDIA Tegra 2 processors which will be used in the Samsung Galaxy S2.