The Butterfly Effect Short CG Movie Created With Unity 4.0 Engine (video)

If you have three minutes spare it might be worth your while enjoying this new short movie which is being created using the Unity 4.0 engine.

The short CG movie has been created by Passion Pictures and is called The Butterfly Effect. The film was written and directed by Dan Sumich and is a homage to the classic action films from the 1970s through to the 1990s, with a soundtrack by the legendary heavy metal vocalist Steve Grimmett.

The Butterfly Effect

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LG Google TVs Receive OnLive Cloud Gaming Support

Owners of LG’s Google TVs might be pleased to learn, or have already noticed a new service appear on their HD TVs. This week LG has started rolling out an over the air update which includes the OnLive streaming games network.

The new update has been rolled out to the LG G2 Series TVs which have already been purchased, and from this week onwards will be preinstalled on future LG Google TVs.

LG Onlive

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Switch 8 Solar Recharging Kit Launches For $100

If you have been patiently waiting for the launch of the new Goal Zero Switch 8 Portable Recharger, which was unveiled earlier this year, you will be pleased to learn that Goal Zero has now launched their new solar panel and USB batteries for around $100.

The new Goal Zero Switch 8 Portable Recharger has been designed to provide you with extra juice for your mobile devices and tablets while you are away from the grid.

Switch 8 Solar Recharging Kit

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Google Nexus 10 Unofficial ClockworkMod Recovery Now Available

If you are ready a Google Nexus 10 owner or are thinking of purchasing one of the new Google devices, you might be interested to learn that a new unofficial custom port has been created using ClockworkMod Recovery.

Xda-developers forum member shimp208 has been able to port the ClockworkMod Recovery to the new Google Nexus 10 tablet, and there are currently two versions available for download.

Google Nexus 10

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Microsoft SkyDrive Update Adds Selective File Synchronisation (video)

Microsoft has this week rolled out a new update to their relatively new SkyDrive cloud storage service, which now allows users to selectively choose which folders and files they would like to synchronise within the Microsoft cloud storage service.

The new SkyDrive features are now available to use both within the Windows File Explorer and within the Finder section on Mac OS X systems. Check out the video after the jump to see the new selective synchronisation SkyDrive feature in action.

SkyDrive

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Evernote 5 For Mac Launches, Now Available to Download

Following on from the recent launch of Evernote five for iOS devices, the company has now released its Evernote 5 for Mac systems software from its beta development stage.

The new Evernote 5 for Mac is now available to download from Apple iTunes App Store for free and includes a number of new features and tweaks, together with a new user interface design.

Evernote 5

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Lytro Camera Perspective Shift and Living Filters Unveiled (video)

The very unique Lytro Light Field Camera which allows you to focus your photographs after you’ve taken, has received an update that is added Perspective Shift and Living Filters to its arsenal of features.

The new features have been added to the Lytro Desktop software, and have been developed to provide users with even more powerful focus-shifting capabilities. Check out the video after the jump to see the new features in action.

Lytro Light Field Camera

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Dropbox Chooser Launches Integrating Dropbox Into Web Apps

Dropbox that handy online cloud storage service, has this week launched a new service called Dropbox Chooser which has been designed to provide an easy way to integrate the Dropbox service into your web applications.

The new Dropbox Chooser has been developed to enable users to integrate Dropbox features into their web applications by adding just a few lines of HTML.

Dropbox Chooser

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PlayStation 3 Worldwide Sales Pass 70 Million

Sony Computer Entertainment has today issued a press release revealing that they have now passed worldwide sales of 70 million PlayStation 3 consoles, as of November 4, 2012.

Sony originally launched their PlayStation three gaming console back in 2006, and its now available in 59 countries around the world with over 170,000 downloadable digital files available to users, which includes 57,000 games.

PS3 and Move

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Skype 4.1 Update Arrives On Linux

Skype has today launched a new version of its communication software releasing version 4.1 for the Linux open-sourced operating system, enabling Linux users to benefit from a few new tweaks and features.

Microsoft has also updated the user interface for Linux Skype and added hotkeys that can pull-up the dialpad during Skype-to-Skype and conference calls if required, together with support for secondary logins.

Linux Skype

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Arrives At T-Mobile

If you have been thinking of purchasing a new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, you might be interested to learn that the Android tablet has now arrived at T-Mobile.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is equipped with a 10.1 screen providing a resolution of 1280 x 800, and is powered by a 1Ghz dual-core processor, the same as the 7 inch version of the tablet.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2

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JBL’s First iOS Audio Lightning Connector Docks Unveiled

JBL has this week unveiled their new line of audio docks which have been designed for use with Apple’s new iPhone 5 and devices equipped with Apple’s latest Lightning connector, which replaced the older 30 pin connection, currently used on the iPhone 4s and older.

The pair of docking stations unveiled today by JBL include the $199 OnBeat Venue LT and the $99 OnBeat Micro, which is a portable speaker dock providing up to 5 hours of playback on a pair of batteries.

 

JBL OnBeat Micro

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