Wandboard Freescale i.MX6 $69 Developer Board Launches

Wandboard has unveiled a new addition to their product range this month with the launch of the new Wandboard Freescale i.MX6  developer board, that will start shipping next month for around $69.

The Freescale i.MX6 is supplied without storage and is equipped with a modular designed allowing you to upgrade its RAM and processor when required by simply changing the card.

Wandboard Freescale i.MX6 $69 Developer Board

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MacBook Pro 13″ Retina Display Teardown By iFixit

Apple has only just unveiled their new 13″ MacBook Pro Retina Display system during the Apple Special Event earlier this week, but that hasn’t stopped the iFixit team, getting busy with their toolbox and dismantling the new Apple MacBook Pro 13″ Retina Display revealing its workings for all to see.

MacBook Pro 13" Retina Display Teardown

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Atari Announces New Games Line-up Arriving On Android And iOS Devices

Atari has today announced that it is bringing  a number of classic games to both Android and iOS devices before the end of the year. With titles including classics games such as Outlaw, Atari Casino and Rollercoaster Tycoon.

Rollercoaster Tycoon the biggest title to be announced and allows players to create their own amusement parks and design roller coasters to put inside them for visitors to ride, and will be arriving on mobile devices during the first quarter of 2013, says Atari.

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Pocket Launches New Desktop Mac App

The developers behind the awesome bookmarking application Pocket, which was formerly known as Read It later. Have today announced the release of a new desktop Mac application.

Currently the extremely handy Pocket application is available for both Android and iOS, but the new release marks the first time the company has ventured on to computer desktop.

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Telefonica Digital Thinking Things Concept Unveiled, Enabling ‘Things’ To Be Controlled Via The Internet (video)

Telefónica Digital has unveiled a new concept they have created called ‘Thinking Things’ which has been developed to provide a simpler way to connect everyday ‘things’ to the Internet.

Over the past 12 months we have featured a number of different devices and projects on Geeky Gadgets which have been designed to connect monitoring modules via the Internet, which have normally taken the form of Kickstarter projects.

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Tabzu Eco-friendly iPad Cradle (video)

A new and unique cradle designed for the iPad tablet is coming to the end of its Kickstarter funding project after successfully securing the minimum amount to help it make the jump from concept to production.

The Tabzu iPad cradle features a patent pending system which has been designed to hold the Tabzu firmly in position on your leg as you type and use your iPad tablet. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Tabzu project and see it in action.

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Halo 4 War Games Pass Announced

Developers of the new Halo 4 game 343 Industries have this week revealed a new Halo 4 War Games Pass, which is a season pass that has been created to save gamers 15 percent on future purchases of new Halo 4 DLC content when it arrives.

The Halo 4 game is launching next month, on November 6th 2012, and you can expect to see a number of DLC content packages rolling out for the new game over the coming months.

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Windows 7 OS Will Not Receive Service Pack 2

As Microsoft is preparing to launch its latest operating system in the form of its new Windows 8 tomorrow. Reports are circulating that Microsoft is not going to release a Service Pack 2 for its older Windows 7 operating system.

The Register website has announced that a source close to Microsoft has revealed that the software giant will break precedent on the normal Windows update cycle, and not release a Service Pack 2 for Windows 7 as it has done with other versions of its operating systems.

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Kimdecent MK806 Android 4.1 Mini PC

Kimdecent has unveiled a new Android mini PC which comes running Google’s latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, and is powered by a 1.6 GHz Rockchip RK3066 ARM Cortex-A9 dual core processor.

The latest addition to the ever growing Android mini PC market is equipped with similar specifications as other manufactures, and includes 1GB of RAM and graphics power provided by a ARM Mali 400 graphics chip.

Kimdecent MK806 Android 4.1 Mini PC

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LaCie Porsche Design SSD Slim Drive For Mac Launch

Hard drive and peripheral manufacturer LaCie has today unveiled a new addition to their range of external solid state disk (SSD) drives, with the unveiling of their new LaCie Porsche Design Slim Drive.

The Lacie Porsche Design external drive is available as either a solid state disk 120GB (SSD) or a more traditional 500GB HDD, and comes equipped with a USB 3.0 port for super-fast data transfer.

Lacie Porsche Design Mac Drives

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System76 Sable Ubuntu All-in-one PC Unveiled

System76 has just taken the wraps of its new line of all-in-one computer system called the Sable Complete, which is supplied running the Linux Ubuntu operating system.

The System76 Sable Complete computer is equipped with a 21.5″ LED backlit 1080p display, and can be powered by a choice of quad core 3rd generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, supported by up to 16GB of RAM.

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