God Of War Collection coming to the PS Vita

The God of War franchise is exclusive to Sony’s PlayStation platform and it is a real treat to play. There’s no doubt that this series has sold many Sony consoles all on its own. PS Vita handheld consoles too. And PS Vita gamers have another treat coming their way in the next few weeks. Sony has announced that the God of War Collection will be coming to the PS Vita.

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Google’s Project Ara To Launch In January 2015

Google recently announce the Project Ara MDK (Modular Developer Kit), and now we have some information on when the first Project Ara device is expected to launch.

Paul Eremenko is the head of Project Ara, and he recently told an audience at Google’s first Project Ara developer conference when they can expect to see the first device.

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FBI Facial Recognition Database Will Have 52 Million Images By Next Year

Privacy has been a hot topic over the last few months, especially with all the NSA revelations, and now the EFF has discovered some details on the FBI’s facial recognition system.

According to the report by the EFF, the FBI facial recognition system will have a total of 52 million images stored by next year.

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Unofficial Tesla Model S Convertible Headed To China

Tesla doesn’t make a convertible version of their Tesla Model S, although there is one company called Newport Convertible Engineering who will turn an existing Tesla Model S into a Model S Convertible.

The company has now received an order for 100 Tesla Model S convertibles from China, the conversions costs around $29,000 each with a soft top cover and $49,000 with a hard top cover, this is on top of the Tesla Models S purchase price.

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Pioneer Carplay Aftermarket Stereos Get Official

Last month we heard a rumor that Pioneer would be launching CarPlay aftermarket stereos and now the company has made it official.

Pioneer has announced that their first CarPlay compatible aftermarket devices will be launching in the US this summer, they wills also bring the feature to some of their existing 2014 in dash solution.

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Amazing Cardboard Iron Man Suit (Video)

We have featured a number of cool things made from cardboard on Geeky Gadgets over the years, although we suspect this may be the coolest cardboard creation to date, a cardboard Iron Man suit.

This amazing cardboard Iron man costume is the work of Kai-Xiang Xhong , a 20 year old artist from Taiwan, the costume took him around a year to make, have a look at the photos and video below.

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OnePlus One vs Sony Xperia Z2

The OnePlus One team are stepping up their marketing effort before the device gets official on the 23rd of April, we have already seen the handset compared to the Samsung Galaxy S5, and now we have it compared to the Sony Xperia Z2.

The photo below shows the OnePlus One vs the Sony Xperia @, and the two handsets specifications are compared side by side.

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Samsung Gear Clock Trademark Discovered

Samsung uses the term ‘Gear’ in its branding for its latest smart watches, there is the Samsung Gear 2, the Samsung Gear Neo and the Samsung Gear Fit, and now another one has been discovered, the Samsung Gear Clock.

We recently heard about the Samsung Gear Solo, which is rumored to be a stand alone smartwatch that will apparently be able to function without a smartphone or tablet, the device is said to come with built in cellular.

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Share Google+ Auto Backup Photos Easily Through Gmail

Smartphones are becoming an integral part of our daily routine. We don’t only use them to make calls, send messages or check emails. It’s also used as a camera, since it’s one of the most important component of the smartphones these days.

If you’re an Android user with Auto Backup feature enabled, there’s some good news for you. Now, you can easily insert your photos from your phone to Gmail messages on the web.


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