Facebook Partners With DropBox For Easier File Sharing

Dropbox has announced this week that it has partnered with Facebook to provide an easier way to share Dropbox files and documents, with Facebook Groups.

The new features now allows Facebook users to share files from Dropbox directly inside Facebook Groups, in a simpler way to creating other posts within Facebook.

Facebook Dropbox File Sharing

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Facebook Deleting Thousands Of Fake Accounts And Page Likes

In an attempt to clean up its membership and weed out false accounts Facebook has started to delete thousands of fake accounts from its system.

Starting this week Facebook started purging the fake accounts and removing false Page Likes from accounts, following on from the site integrity improvements Facebook rolled out last month.


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Libratone Zipp Mobile AirPlay Speaker Launches For $399

Libratone has this week unveiled a new addition to its range in the form of the Libratone Zipp Mobile AirPlay speaker, which can be wrapped in a colourful woollen cover of your choice.

The Zipp speakersupports direct AirPlay connections using Libratone’s own PlayDirect WiFi technology, and doesn’t require a wireless network to connect to your iPhone or iPad tablet.

Libratone Zipp

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Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Extended Zombie Trailer And Modes Revealed (video)

Following on from the shorter Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Zombie trailer released by Treyarch last week. The company has this week released a longer 2 minute version of the trailer that reveals a little more of what you can expect from the game and the Zombie horde.

As well as releasing the new Zombie trailer Treyarch has also unveiled lots of details about the Zombie modes within Black Ops 2. That will include multiple modes, called Tranzit, Survival and Grief which caters for up to 8 players.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Zombie

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Asus Transformer Pad Infinity And Prime Receiving Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Update This Week

Yesterday Asus rolled out a new update to its Transformer Pad Infinity And Prime tablets providing them with Google’s latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system.

Now Asus representative Gary Key explained on the XDA forums that the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system update will also be rolling out to the US and Canada anytime. Read the full announcement after the jump.


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Full Wii U Launch Day Games Line-Up Revealed

Nintendo has today published a press released which has listed all the games that will be available for their Wii U games console when it launches later this year on November 18th 2012.

Unfortunately it was also officially confirmed by Nintendo UK earlier this week that the Wii U will be region locked, making it impossible to play games from Japan and the US on a European Wi U console, without modification.

Nintendo Wii U

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Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset Developer Kits Now Available To Pre-Order (video)

After a successful Kickstarter campaign which raised $2,437,429 after only requiring a funding of just $250,00 the new awesome Oculus Rift virtual reality headset is now available to pre-order, with shipping starting in January.

The new Oculus Rift developer kits are now available to pre-order from the Oculus website for $300 or for $345 with international shipping included.

Oculus Rift Virtual reality hedset

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FORM 1 Affordable High Resolution 3D Printer Hits Kickstarter (video)

A new affordable professional 3D printer called FORM 1 has started its journey on Kickstarter this week, and has already raised 5 times what it required to build in just the first days of launching it campaign.

The FORM 1 3d Printer has been designed and developed by Formlabs, and has been created to provide professional creators with an affordable high-resolution 3D printer. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the FORM 1 3D Printer project and see it in action.

FORM 1 Affordable Professional 3D Printer

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Google Maps Street View Arriving Via iOS Mobile Safari Browser Within Weeks

Since Apple released its new iOS 6 mobile operating system, and replaced the original Google Maps iOS application with their own Maps app, which is currently a “work in progress”.

Many iOS users have started to miss the awesome Google Maps application which they took for granted on their iOS devices, and even though Google is currently working on a standalone Google Maps application for iOS, its still a few months from release.

Google Maps Street View

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Kinect Gaming Motion Sensor Used To Create Indoor Mapping System (video)

Researchers at MIT have used one of Microsoft’s Kinect motion gaming controllers, together with a laptop and laser to create a device that is able to map interiors in real time.

The device has been designed and created to help emergency personal rapidly map complex interiors and spaces, and has been developed using funding from the US Air Force and the Office of Naval Research. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Kinect mapping device project and see it in action.


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$99 Eken B70 Android 4.0 Tablet Arriving In The US

Eken has announced this week that their $99 B70 Android tablet will be arriving in the US very shortly. The Eken B70 tablet will be supplied running Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system, and comes equipped with a capactive touchscreen 800 x 480 pixel display.

The Eken B70 Android 4.0 tablet is powered by a 1.2 GHz Allwinner A10 ARM Cortex-A8 single core processor, supported by 512MB RAM. No details have been released as to whether the B70 will receive Google’s latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system.

Eken B70 Android Tablet

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