ClockworkMod Superuser Now Fully Integrated Into CyanogenMod

Fans of the ClockworkMod Superuser app that allows Android users to adjust and manage which apps have root access on rooted Android devices, has now been fully integrated into CyanogenMod.

Originally the initial release of the ClockworkMod Superuser app could only be installed via recovery mode, but has since been developed in to a .apk release available from the Google Play Store.

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Spotify Web Player Beta App Launches In The UK

Spotify has today released an early version of its new Spotify web player browser app in a beta format throughout the UK.

Allowing UK residents to put the new Spotify web player browser app through its paces before Spotify officially releases the fully finished Spotify browser app later this year.

Spotify Web Player

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Mycestro Finger Mouse Reinvents The 3D Mouse (video)

If you are in the market for a new computer mouse or just a little bored with the desktop versions you’ve been using over the past years, you might be interested in a new Mycestro finger mouse concept which is launched on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website.

The Mycestro finger mouse has been designed to be worn on your index finger, and is a 3D mouse that provides the ability to track and motions within a three dimensional space. Making the Mycestro finger mouse great for presentations and easier navigation welcome desk space for a traditional mouse might not be available.

Mycestro Finger Mouse

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PlayStation Vita Price Drop Dramatically Boosts Sales In Japan

Sony recently rolled out a new PlayStation Vita price drop throughout Japan which is now helping boost sales of its handheld PlayStation Vita gaming console dramatically.

Statistics have been released by Media Create via NeoGAF, which reveal that Sony’s PlayStation Vita console sold 62,543 units during the week ending 3rd March, after the PlayStation Vita price drop.

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Thermodo Smartphone Thermometer Hits Kickstarter (video)

Robocat has created a new miniature Thermodo smartphone thermometer, which has been specifically designed to be used with smartphones, and has just been launched over on the Kickstarter crowd funding website.

The new Thermodo smartphone thermometer consists of a passive temperature sensor built into a standard 4 pole audio jack encased in a robust housing, and complete with keyring carrier for when the Thermodo is not in use. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Wii U Error Code 105-3102 Preventing Access To Online E-Shop And Firmware Updates

It has been revealed that some Nintendo Wii U users are experiencing a new Wii U Error Code 105-3102 which is preventing them from downloading the online Beta and firmware updates.

Wii U gamers have also experienced problems in Japan accessing the Wii U e-shop. Nintendo have explained that they are currently investigating the Wii U Error Code 105-3102 and has a support page setup in Japan to help Wii U owners sort the problems as quickly as possible.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus LTE Tablet Unveiled

A new Android tablet has been revealed which will soon be added to the Samsung range, in the form of the new Galaxy Tab 3 Plus with LTE connectivity.

The Galaxy Tab 3 Plus LTE will ship fitted with 10 inch screen sporting a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels and will be powered by a 1.7GHz Exynos 5 Dual processor.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Plus

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RhinoCam Adapter Converts Your NEX Camera Into A 140 Megapixel Monster

Fotodiox has this week unveiled a new addition to their Vizelex line, in the form of the RhinoCam adapter, which has been created to enable NEX camera owners to mount Pentax 645, Mamiya 645, or Hasselblad V lenses.

RhinoCam provides a massive increase in the sensor to 140 megapixels by moving the camera and sensor around in a precise pattern for multiple exposures, creating images that can then be stitched together, to create a 140 megapixel final photograph.

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Kinect Fusion Launching In New Kinect For Windows SDK Very Soon (video)

It has been revealed this week that Microsoft is preparing a first release of a new Kinect Fusion detailed 3-D modelling technology, within the new Kinect for Windows SDK very soon.

The Kinect Fusion technology has been designed by Microsoft to use their Kinect motion controller sensor, to create an interactive realtime 3D model of its surrounding environment. Check out the video after he jump to see it in action and the power that it going to add applications once released.

Kinect Fusion

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LifeBEAM Cycling Helmet Monitors Your Heart Rate And More (video)

A new and very unique cycling helmet has launched on the Indiegogo crowd funding website this week in the form of the LifeBEAM cycling helmet which has been designed to monitor your heart rate, and performance as you cycle.

The LifeBEAM cycling helmet is the world’s first smart cycling helmet with an integrated heart rate sensor, and is equipped with a state-of-the-art optical physiological sensor, accelerometer, and wireless communication. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

LifeBEAM Cycling Helmet

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Nexus 7 Dock Finally Available To Buy From The Google Play Store

If you have been waiting patiently for the arrival of the new Nexus 7 Dock, you will be pleased to learn that the elusive Nexus 7 Dock has finally arrived in the Google Play Store.

Google has toady confirmed that their Nexus 7 Dock is now selling in Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, the UK and the US, and is available in a black finish and sports a micro USB port for charging your tablet.

Nexus 7 Dock

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