Sonarflow Spotify Companion iOS App Helps Find Music To Suit Your Taste

One of the tricky things with Spotify is finding new tracks that you don’t now the name of, but might enjoy listening to from its 16 million strong library of tracks.

A new iOS app has been created called Sonarflow which has been designed to help you with this, and sits over the top of your Spotify account and providing you with a “visual music discovery overlay”.


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BlackBerry Curve 9310 Lands On Verizon July 12th

Verizon Wireless has announced that they will be offering the BlackBerry Curve 9310 on their network in the US, from this Thursday the 12th of July and the device will be available for $49.99 after a $50 mail in rebate.

The $49.99 price is if you sign up to a new two year contract with Verizon, and the handset comes with a 2.44 inch display with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels plus a QWERTY keyboard.

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iWatch Concept With Retina Display And FaceTime

We have featured a number of different concepts over the years for iWatches here on Geeky Gadgets, but this latest from Swedish designer Anders Kjellberg, adds a few extra bells and whistles.

This iWatch is laiden with features and includes FaceTime and a high resolution Retina Display, to make it the perfect accompaniment to Apple’s new iPad or latest MacBook Pro with Retina Display technology.

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Apple’s New iPad Lands In China 20th Of July

Apple has announced that its new iPad will go on sale in China on Friday the 20th of July, the news comes just a couple of weeks after Apple settles its lawsuit with Proview for $60 million, in China over the iPad trademark.

Apple will open for reservations of the device a day earlier on the 19th of July, this is obviously being done to cut down on scalpers which we have seen before at the launch of new Apple devices in China.

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Valve’s Introduces Greenlight To Decide Which Games Will Be Released On Steam

Valve has introduced a new service called Greenlight today, which Valve has created to allow their community of gamers to decide which games should get released on Steam, Valve’s games network.

In a similar vein to the popular Kickstarter crowd funding website. Within Greenlight Game developers will will submit their games using videos, screenshots and text, after which users of Steam will then be able to vote on the games they would most like to see make the jump from concept to release.

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Google To Pay $22.5 Million Fine For Safari Privacy Violation

According to a recent report by the WSJ, Google is getting ready to settle with the FTC over the privacy violation relating to Apple’s Safari browser, and Google will end up paying a find of around $22.5 million US dollars.

The FTC had previously charged Google with violating users privacy on Apple’s Safari browser, where privacy setting were apparently bypassed, and Safari was allegedly tricked into accepting an advertising cookie.

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HTC Rezound To Get Android 4.0 ICS Update End Of July

It looks like owners of the HTC Rezound won’t have to wait very much longer to get Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich on their handset, as the update is expected to be released by the end of July.

The guys over at Droid Life contacted HTC and were told that the update will start rolling out to the device at the end of July and should be finished some time in August.

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Parrot MiniKit Neo In-Car Personal Assistant Introduced

Parrot well known for creating the awesome remote AR. Drone amongst other products, has built and launched a new device that will be available to purchase in September called the Parrot MiniKit Neo.

The Parrot MiniKit Neo has been designed to be an in-car personal assistant and can be controlled by the driver voice. It attaches to your sun visor and connects with up to two Bluetooth devices at the same time, and comes with companions apps for both Android and Apple iOS devices.

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Microsoft Announces Windows 8 To Go

Microsoft has announced a new version of its Windows 8 OS, called Windows 8 To Go, the software is designed to be used on older computers and runs directly from a USB flash drive.

Windows 8 To Go will come on a 32GB USB drive and it will save all your settings and apps directly on the USB drive, meaning that you will be able to use it on virtually any computer and have the same settings.

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Garmin Fenix Outdoor GPS Watch Unveiled (video)

Garmin has today announced a new addition to their range with the unveiling of their first outdoor GPS watch in the form of the new Garmin Fenix watch.

Garmin has designed their new Fenix watch to provide outdoor enthusiasts with comprehensive navigation and tracking features, together with trip information to guide them whilst off the beaten track.

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Motorola Motosmart Lands In The UK End Of July

Motorola recently announced the Motosmart, an entry level Android smartphone, and now we have some details on the release date and also some information on pricing.

The Motorola Motosmart will be available for £99.99 on pay as you go with UK mobile carrier T-Mobile or from free on a £7 per month contract, and the device comes with a 3.5 inch VGA touchscreen display.

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