Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Launching June 12th 2012, Minimum PC Specs Announced

If you are looking forward to the arrival of the new Ghost Recon: Future Soldier you will be pleased to know that Ubisoft have today confirmed that it will be officially launching on June 12th on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

Ubisoft have also revealed the minimum and recommended hardware specifications you will need to be running to get the most from Ghost Recon: Future Soldier on your PC. Check them out after the jump.

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

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Shazam 5.0 Now Recognises Songs In A Second

Shazam has this week received a major update has been released today taking the music identification service app to Shazam 5.0. The popular music identification application uses your smartphones microphone to gather a snippet of music being played. It then creates an acoustic fingerprint based on the sample, which is then compared against a central database for a song match.

 

Shazam 5

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Amazon Instant Video App Arrives On PS3 Consoles (video)

PS3 console owners might be pleased to learn that a new Amazon Instant Video app has now arrived on Sony’s PlayStation 3 consoles. The new Amazon Instant Video application has arrived as a clickable icon rather than as a service update, and is now available in the PlayStation 3′s cross-media bar under the video section.

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My Passport Studio 2TB Portable HDD Launched By Western Digital

Western Digital has today unveiled a new addition to their range in the form of the My Passport Studio 2TB portal hard drive that is equipped with dual FireWire 800 ports and a single USB 2.0.

The new My Passport Studio 2TB has been created especially for those running OS X and follows on from the release of the USB 3.0 version of the same drive a few days ago.

My Passport Studio 2TB

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Gyroscopic Urban Vehicle Concept

We have featured a number of concept transportation devices here on Geeky Gadgets over the years but this gyroscopic vehicle concept created by designer Sanu K R looks like a lot of fun to drive. The concept is equipped with just two wheels and works in a similar why to how a Segway functions, using gyroscopic technology to self balance.

Gyroscopic Transportation

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Microsoft’s Mustang Inside And Customisations Detailed (video)

Towards the end of last month Microsoft announced a concept car is was creating with help from West Coast Customs to inspired developers to build apps and automotive technologies for the future.

The project uses a 2012 Ford Mustang that looks like a 67 Mustang fastback. Now the finished car has been showcased by West Coast Customs showing exactly what gone inside Microsoft’s Mustang.

Microsoft Mustang

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Garmin Approach S3 Touchscreen GPS Golf Watch

Garmin has unveiled their new Approach S3 touchscreen GPS golf watch this week. Which builds on the GPS technology in previous versions and now provides users with data on 27,000 golf courses worldwide.

Garmin Approach S3 GPS golf watch is fitted with a new Green View that allows you to see a true representation of the current green, and the flag can be adjusted for the current day’s pin placement with the simple tap of the touchscreen.

Garmin Approach S3 Touchscreen GPS Golf Watch

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iPad VPN Support Provided By iSimplyConnect

One of the problems with businesses adopting new tablet technology, and moving away from laptop based machines for their employees to use whilst away from the office, is security and the use of virtual private networks (VPN).

Now iSimplyConnect is looking to change this with the launch of their new VPN service of iOS devices. Enabling employees to connect to company servers using tablets and smartphones via their VPN service.

iSimplyConnect

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Automated Floppy Disk Archiver (video)

Anyone who has thousands of floppy disks they need to archive but just haven’t got around to the daunting task of entering each one into a floppy drive manually. Is sure to appreciate the work of YouTube user DwellerTunes who has created a fully automated floppy disk archiving system that copes the disks and even takes a photography once complete. Watch the video after the jump to see the floppy drive archiver in action.

Floppy Disk Archiver

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SolarKindle : Solar Powered Kindle Light Case Arrives

Kindle Touch owners who have been waiting for the arrival of the SolarKindle the solar powered light case designed for Amazon’s Kindle Touch devices.

The SolarKindles was first unveiled back in CES during January of this year. Will be please to learn that the SolarKindle has now arrived and is available to purchase from the SolarFocus website directly for $80.

SolarKindle

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PS Vita v1.65 Update Corrects Sleep Timer Issues

Sony has released an update for their new PS Vita portable gaming console this week, which its hoped will correct a few issues reported by users. The main issues the new PS Vita 1.65 update hopes to address are the sleep timer, and the issue which sometimes makes the PS Vita enter sleep mode while you wait for your game to connect to opponents. “After 10 minutes” has now been added to the time options under Power Save Settings.

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