Bodyfloat Bike Seat Designed For Comfort And Performance Hits Kickstarter (video)

If you are looking for a revolutionary more comfortable seat for your bike, which has been designed to provide a new way to keep you isolated from the bumps and potholes as you ride.

You might be interested in the new Bodyfloat bike seat that has been designed for both performance and comfort, and can fit almost every existing bike frame. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Bodyfloat project and see it in action.


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Microsoft Release Patch For IE Vulnerability

In response to the Internet Explorer browser zero-day exploit which was discovered and affects IE 6, 7, 8, and 9, Microsoft has now wasted very little time preparing and rolling out a fix for the serious issue.

To solve the problem Microsoft has today released a new patch in the form of a MSI package, which includes a workaround to fix the issues and the vulnerability.


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Twitter iOS App Now Optimised For iOS 6 And iPhone 5

With the launch of the new iPhone 5 today and the recent roll out of Apple’s new iOS 6 operating system. Twitter has now rolled out a new update that has brought optimisation for both the new iPhone 5 and iOS 6 software.

As well as now being optimised for the new iPhone 5 and iOS 6 rollout, Twitter has also included the obligatory bugs fixes and performance tweaks within the latest update.

Twitter iOS 6

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YouTube Quiz Feature Currently Being Tested

It has been revealed this week that YouTube is currently testing a new feature that allows video publishers on the YouTube website to create interactive quizzes, which can be run alongside their YouTube video.

Allowing viewer to engage in the quizzes as they view YouTube videos, made up of “multiple questions to be displayed on top of your video during playback that a viewer can answer.”.

YouTube Quiz

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Standalone Google Maps iPhone App Arriving Before The End Of The Year

If you have upgraded your iPhone to the latest Apple iOS 6 operating system and are not overly impressed with the current state of the Apple Maps application which has now replaced the previous Google Map App.

You will be pleased to know that sources close to Google say the company is currently working hard on a stand alone Google Maps iOS 6 app, which they hope to have available in the iTunes app store before the end of the year.

Google Maps iOS App

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Asus Padfone 2 Launch Event Announced

Asus has this week announced that their new Padfone 2 device will be officially unveiled and launched next month on October 16th 2012 in both Milan Italy and Taipei, Taiwan.

The new Asus Padfone 2 is their hybrid mix of smartphone, tablet and notebook, but unfortunately no specifications or other details about the new Padfone 2 device has been released at the current time.

Asus Padfone 2

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Razer Game Booster And System Tuning Software Enters Closed Beta (video)

If you enjoy squeezing every last drop of performance from your gaming system, you might be interested to learn that Razer has created a piece of software called Razer Game Booster, which has designed to do just that.

Razer Game Booster is still a little way from being officially released but today Razer has announced the software has entered closed beta testing. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Razer Game Booster project and see it in action.

Razer Game Booster

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iOS 6 Features Video Walkthrough For iPhone, iPad And iPod Touch

Apple released its new iOS 6 operating systems yesterday, which includes a wealth of new features, tweaks and enhancements to the way iOS functions on all Apple’s idevices.

If you are wondering what new features have been added and how they could effect your Apple devices, the Redmond Pie website has put together a great video walking you through the new enhancements and new features included within iOS 6.

iOS 6

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