Samsung Gear 3 To Launch This Fall With A Circular Design (Rumor)

Gear Live

Not too long ago, Samsung released their Android Wear based Gear Live smartwatch. It’s not just the Gear Live, Samsung has many smartwatches under its named — Gear 2 and Gear Fit, which were launched with Samsung’s Tizen OS earlier this year.

It’s not too strange to predict that the next iteration of the Gear smartwatch is in the pipeline. According to a new rumor, Samsung may launch the Gear 3 this fall, and it may come with a circular design, based on the patents which were discovered recently.

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All-New Polaris Slingshot 3 Wheel Car Launches For $20,000 (video)

3 wheel car

This week Polaris has unveiled their all-new 3 wheel car in the form of the Polaris Slingshot which is equipped with a 2.4 litre dual-overhead cam engine and a 5-speed manual transmission offering drivers 173 horsepower in lightweight frame for heart pounding acceleration say its creators.

The Slingshot 3 wheel car is available in a number of options that allows you to larger 18 inch forged aluminium wheels at the front and a 20 inch wheel following up behind, together with a blade windscreen for wind protection if desired. Check out the videos after the jump to see the unique 3 wheeled car in action.

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Razer Nabu Smartband Launching Soon For Under $100 (video)


After unveiling their new Razer Nabu last month, Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan has revealed this week that the Nabu smartband will soon be launching for under $100 and will be available first in the US within the next month or two.

Razer has designed their new Nabu smartband to subtly vibrate when an incoming notification is received and with a simple turn of your wrist, the Private Message Screen instantly activates to reveal details of the notification.

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New Square Reader For Chip And Pin Cards Announced

Square Reader

In the UK we have been using chip and pin cards for some time instead of swipe and sign cards, and from October 2015, chip and pin cards will become mandatory in the U.S., and now Square has launched a new Square Reader to comply with chip and pin.

The new Square Reader will be compatible with chip and pin cards, which are designed to be more secure, and the company will also be able to expand into more markets with this new card reader.

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Probox2 EX KitKat 4.4 Android Box Now Available To Pre-order For $150

Android Box

Last month during the Google I/O 2014 developer conference, Google unveiled their new Android TV smart TV platform which has been created to replace the previous Google TV hardware and enable users to enjoy an interactive television experience via a 10 foot user interface that is positioned on top of the existing television programme screen, via a Android box or TV.

Google has designed their Android TV to be used by manufacturers on TVs or Android TV set-top boxes and to aid with its launch Google has partnered with the likes of Sony, Sharp, and TP Vision to offer the Android TV platform in televisions expected to be released later this year and in 2015.

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First CoreXZ 3D Printer And Innovative Collapsing 3D Printer Created By School Teacher

CoreXZ 3D Printer

School teacher Nicholas Seward has unveiled the very first CoreXZ 3D Printer that has been created using CoreXZ geometry rather than the customary CoreXY which is used to control the position of the printing heads on 3D printers.

The new CoreXZ 3D Printer provides a more affordable 3D printer machine design that is capable of higher Z direction resolution, and was constructed for around $500.

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New Flickr Curated Connections Offers Members A Way To Sell Their Photos


Flickr has this week announce the launch of a new service called Curated Connections which has been created to offer Flickr members a new licensing experience and a way to make money from their photographs.

Flickr explains that its team of curators are currently searching the Flickr library for exciting and credible opportunities for members to share their photography with photo agencies, editors, bloggers and other creative minds who are seeking original content.

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Samsung Kids Store Gets Updated, More Apps

Samsung Kids Store

The Samsung Kids Store for mobile devices has been updated, and Samsung has added a range of new child friendly applications to the store.

There are no 900 apps available in the Samsung Kids Store, the apps are available on the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy Tab S when Kids modes is used.

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Uncia High Resolution DLP 3D Printer Launching On Indiegogo For $299 (video)

DLP 3D Printer

Anyone considering purchasing a DLP 3D Printer priced under $300 might be interested in the new Uncia DLP 3D Printer that is currently being prepared by QSQM Technology Corporation to launch over on the Indiegogo crowd funding website priced at $299.

The Uncia DLP 3D Printer was first introduced last January and since then its developers have acquired $1 million in funding and will be using the Indiegogo website to launch their latest 3D printer and increase production.

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Freakbox Project Android TV Box Unveiled For $149

Android TV

FreakTab the community of developers and users focusing on developing custom ROMs for Android tablets, smartphones and especially mini PCs have joined forces to create a new Android TV box called the Freakbox Project powered by a Rockchip RK3188 quad core processor.

The Freakbox Project provides an Android TV box that is equipped with a 1.6 GHz ARM Cortex-A9 quad-core processor, supported by ARM Mali-400 MP4 graphics, 2GB of RAM, with a 32GB of storage, and a custom version of Android which is supported by the FreakTab team.

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Samsung’s Smartphone Market Share Drops In Q2

Galaxy S5

Sales of Samsung’s smartphones appear to be dropping, according to a recent report by IDC, the company is still the top handset maker in terms of overall volume, although their overall market share has dropped.

Samsung managed to ship a total of 74.3 million smartphones in quarter two of 2014, this is down from 77.3 million units for the same period last year.

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EA Access Offers Xbox One Owners Netflix Style Game Service for $5 A Month

EA Access

Electronic Arts (EA) has today announced the launch of a new games service exclusively for Xbox One gamers to enjoy called EA Access, that provides a Netflix style service for EA games.

The new EA Access game service will soon be launching on the next-generation Xbox One games console and will be available via a subscription package for $4.99 per month or $29.99 annually.

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