Sony Unveils New E-Mount Wide-Angle and Telephoto Lenses

Sony has this week added two new lenses to its E-Mount range, with the launch of the 20mm f/2.8 that will start shipping in April for $350, and a 18-200 f/3.5-6.3 power zoom lens that will arrive in stores during March and be priced at $1200.

The new Sony E-Mount 18-200 Powered Telephoto Zoom Lens already exists and was previously only available as a bundle with the VG-30 camcorder, and has been designed for serious videographers with use on Sony’s VG-30, FS-700, and VG-900 video cameras.

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NeoGeo X Production Is Coming to an End

If you  have been saving for a NeoGeo X handheld gaming console or are thinking of purchasing one you might need to hurry along a little as, reports have indicated that production of the NeoGeo X are coming to an end.

Its not a surprise that the NeoGeo X production is coming to an end, after all it was a limited edition gaming console and will continue to be supported long after production closes, explains the Gamer website.


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EE UK Launches 20GB 4G Tariff For £46 Per Month

The new mobile provider EE which combines the  Orange and T-Mobile brands and currently only offers its services within the UK. Has today announced the launch of a new 4G tariff for power users that offers 20Gb of data usage for £46 per month.

EE’s superfast 4G packages offers users speeds typically five times faster than 3G, says the company, but as always this will depend on coverage throughout the UK.


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Almond+ Smart Home Hub And Touchscreen Router (video)

After launching their new Almond touchscreen router in March 2012, Securifi has this year taken to the Kickstarter crowd funding website to raise development funding for its new Almond+ Smart Home Hub and touchscreen router, that builds on the technology implemented in their first.

The original Almond router was designed to make installation a breeze, and is the world’s first wireless router that can be setup entirely from its built-in touchscreen without the need for a computer of setup disk.

Almond Smart Hub

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Dust 514 Beta Opens Its Doors To All And Releases New Trailer (video)

Today the new EVE Online first-person-shooter spin-off Dust 514 has opened its doors for public beta testing, allowing anyone with a PS3 to join up and fight for a cause.

To celebrate the Dust 514 beta opening to all, CCP Games has also released a new cinematic trailer providing a glimpse into the infantry and vehicle warfare of Dust 514, and its effects on the EVE Online game.

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Audojo iPad Gaming Controller Case Hits Kickstarter (Video)

If you enjoy gaming on your iPad tablet but yearn for a set of real analog joysticks and physical buttons, to play your favourite games, there might be a solution in the form of the new Audojo iPad Case.

The Audojo iPad Case has just started its journey over on the Kickstarter website and is looking to raise $240,000 to make the jump from concept to production, and has been design specifically with tablet gamers in mind. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Audojo iPad Case project and see it in action.

Audojo iPad Case

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Transparent Clarity Bike Concept Unveiled

A new conceptual transparent bike has been created by German studio Designaffairs which they have named the Clarity Bike. The new style of bike has been constructed from a polymer called Trivex, the same plastic that is used to create fighter jet canopies.

Trivex is incredible strong and lightweight and is able to with stands major shocks and bumps, and is also resistant to extreme heat and cold.

Clarity Bike

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Crackle Streaming Video Arriving On LG, Samsung and VIZIO Smart TVs, And Blu-Ray Players

Crackle the free streaming video service has this week announced that it will be rolling out its service to LG, Samsung and VIZIO Smart TVs, as well as Samsung Blu-ray players, enabling the Crackle service to reach millions of new users worldwide.

The Crackle streaming service hand-picks Hollywood movies, television and original series to the tastes of its digitally connected audience, focusing on genres like action, comedy, crime, horror and sci-fi.


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Elder Scrolls Online Closed Beta, Now Accepting Applications (video)

If you are patiently waiting to play the new Elder Scrolls Online  game currently in development, you might be please to learn that Bethesda has this week opened up signups for its closed Elder Scrolls Online beta development stage.

The Elder Scrolls Online is slated for release in 2013 and is being developed by ZeniMax Online Studios, and the new game will support PC, Mac and Windows 8 once officially launched later this year.

Elder Scrolls Online

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Amazon Rolls Out In-App Purchasing API For Mac, PC Web Based Apps

Amazon has this week launched a new in-app purchasing API for both PC and Mac web based applications to be able to use. Amazon already has already enabled Android and Kindle Fire users to buy services through developers through apps and games via its secure e-commerce systems.

The release of the new Amazon in-app purchasing API makes it easier for developers to sell extra services and products through their applications to consumers. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Amazon in-app purchasing.


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