Sony PlayStation Suite SDK Beta Now Available To Download

Sony has today opened the doors of its PlayStation Suite SDK beta to developers, allowing them to now use the suite of tools to create games and applications for all PlayStation-certified devices, such as Sony’s new PS Vita portable console to Sony’s PS3, Android smartphones and tablets.

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Pioneer Introduces New Foldable Noise-Cancelling Headphones

Anyone in the market for a new pair of cans to take with them on their travels, might be interested to know that Pioneer has this week take the wraps off a new line of foldable headphones that might well be worth more investigation. There are two sets in the range the SE-NC21M priced at £90 and the flagship Pioneer SE-MJ591 headphones, which are priced at around £200.

SE-MJ591

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Fantastic DIY Flight Simulator Made From Old Boeing 737 Cockpit (video)

We have featured a number of flight simulator devices and software over the years here on Geeky Gadgets, but this homemade one by Oakland Air Traffic Control Center in Fremont and a private pilot, is definitely the best DIY version we have seen.

Using the cockpit and nose section of a 1969 Boeing 737 aircraft, James Price of Pleasanton U.S. has constructed his very own fully functional flight simulator in his garage. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

Boeing 737 Flight Simulator DIY

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Barclaycard PayTag NFC Sticker Announced (video)

Today Barclaycard has unveiled their new NFC payment service called PayTag, which uses a sticky backed plastic square to provide you with the ability to pay for goods via Near Field Communication (NFC).

The new PayTag service has been created by barclaycard to bring the NFC technology and payments to the masses, by allowing them to transform any handset into a NFC device by simply applying the NFC sticker to the back of their smartphone. Watch the video after the jump to see PayTag in action.

Barclaycard PayTag

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Awesome Slo-Mo Footage Captured With $100K Phantom Flex Camera

Some of you might remember when we first featured the super slo-mo Phantom Flex $100,000 camera back in April last year. The Phantom Flex camera has been designed to capture and record video at an amazingly high frames per second slowing the world to a crawl.

This slo-mo features has been put to great use before but the footage captured for the Danish TV show “Dumt & Farligt”, is awesome and definitely worth a viewing if you have the time. Check them out after the jump.

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Spotify Android App Receives Major Redesign

Spotify has unveiled a major redesign to its Android application today, providing users with a much cleaner and more visually pleasing application to use, more inline with Spotify’s excellent Windows Phone app.

The new Spotify design incorporates a new slide-out navigation system, which is accessible from the top left corner of the app, and provides easy navigation to all areas of the overhauled Spotify application.

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iPhone Boom Mic

If you are looking to add a little more professional audio to your iPhone videos. You might be interested in this new Boom Mic which has been created specifically for Apple’s iPhone.

The Boom Mic measure just 4 inches long and is super lightweight. It attaches to the iPhone’s headphone jack and adjusts to hold on to the back of your iPhone, and can be used over a case if required.

iPhone Boom Mic

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Worlds First Intel Powered Smartphone The Lava Xolo X900 Arriving April 23rd

Intel and Lava, one of India’s fastest-growing mobile handset companies, have this week announced that their new Lava Xolo X900, the worlds first smartphone powered by an Intel processor will be arriving in India on April 23rd.

The Lava Xolo X900 smartphone is powered by a 1.6 GHz Atom processor with Hyper Threading Technology, together with a 400 MHz graphics clock and the full HD 1080p video recording and playback capabilities.

Intel Lava Xolo X900

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