Pixel Press Lets You Draw Your Own Video Game With No Coding Required (video)

Pixel Press a new way to create video games without the need to learn coding, by simply drawing the game then uploading it to the application for testing, design and play.

Pixel Press is an iPhone and iPad app which has been created to enable you to draw your own video games and share them with others. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Pixel Press project and see it in action.

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Nike FuelBand 2 Under Development With Heart Rate Monitor (rumour)

Rumours are circulating that Nike is currently developing a new Nike FuelBand 2 which will be equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 support together with other features such as a heart rate monitor.

Nothing has been officially announced by Nike as yet about the Nike FuelBand 2 but an insider source claims that the new Nike FuelBand 2 is already being field tested by Nike, and informed the Gear Live website.

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Google Now Arriving on Mac OS X Soon?

Google has this week added notification centre to Chromium for Mac, which could indicate that Google Now is on its way to mac OS X very soon.

Google launched its new Google Now service on to iOS devices just over a week ago, so the migration to the Mac desktop environment seems the logical thing to do for Google.

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Hellraid Trailer Released By The Makers Of Dead Island (video)

If you are looking forward to the new Hellraid game currently in development by Techland which will provides gamers with a horror/fantasy-style first-person RPG.

Hellraid is being built on the same Chrome Engine 5 and unlike Dead Island, Hellraid doesn’t have an open world but is constructed using “a series of open-ended maps”. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Vivo Xplay HD Smartphone With Snapdragon CPU Unveiled

Vivo the Chinese phone maker has this month announced the launch of a new smartphones to their range on the form of the Vivo Xplay, which is equipped with a 5.7 inch full HD screen offering a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution.

The Vivo Xplay Android smartphone runs Google’s latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system, and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 quad-core processor, supported by a OPA2604 amplifier to boost the phone’s audio performance.

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Bose AE2w Wireless Bluetooth Headphones Unveiled

Bose has announced the launch of their new wireless Bluetooth headphones this month in the form of the Bose AE2w.

The Bose AE2w headphones have been created to provide users with immersive sound with wireless convenience, says Bose and include a Bluetooth control module that can control certain iPad functions.

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Toshiba DivX Plus Streaming Certified TV Range Launches

Toshiba has this week announced they have launched a new range of televisions which come equipped with DivX Plus Streaming certification.

The addition of the new Toshiba DivX Plus Streaming certification will provide customers with enhanced multimedia controls like multi-language subtitles, resumable playback across devices and Dynamic Resolution Scaling.

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RunKeeper Pebble SmartWatch App Launches

RunKeeper has launched a new Pebble smartphone application this week, which is compatible with both iOS and Android devices, and has been designed to turn your Prebble smartwatch into a personal trainer.

The RunKeeper application enables you to control the smartphone apps from your Pebble, so you can leave your phone in your pocket during a workout. The Pebble smartwatch then displays information such as pace, mileage, starting and stopping times on your wrist.

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Mac Compatible Docking Stations Announced By Targus From $219

If you are looking to add a few more ports to your Mac Book Air of other Mac system, you might be interested in a new line of Mac compatible docking stations which have been announced by Targus this week.

The new range of Targus docks include dual video ports 1 x DVI-I, 1 x HDMI, supporting HD Video and graphics up to a 2048 x 1152 resolution. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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