Battlefield 5 Running On Google Glasses, Fan Made Movie (video)

We can only imagine what it would be like to play Battlefield on the latest virtual reality glasses of the future. But to help us along a little, YouTube user Thereisacanal has create a new movie of what Battlefield 5 might look and feel like if it was to be played on Google’s new Glasses concept. Watch the video after the jump to see what the future holds.

Battlefield 5 Google Glasses

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Spotify’s New Beta iPad App Caught On Camera?

Spotify users who also have iPads have been waiting some time for Spotify to get its act together and create a native Spotify iPad application. But if the leaked image uncovered byn the Verge website are real, it looks as though a native app is already in development.

The image apparently show a beta version of the new Spotify application being tested, and first look at the new Spotify iPad app indicate it could be a great companion app to the Spotify music service.

Spotify iPad App

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Turntable Rider Transforms Your Bicycle Into A DJ Turntable And Mixer (video)

A new concept has been used in a video to promote Japan’s Cogoo bike sharing service, called the Turntable Rider, and has been designed to transform your bike into a ridable Dj turntable. The Turntable Rider, converts the bikes wheels into jog wheel and the brakes into pads. Check it out in action after the jump, together with a video showing how the Turntable Rider was created.

Turntable Rider

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HTC Trophy 8107 Verizon Update Now Available

Verizon Wireless has this week announced that they have rolled out a new update to the HTC Trophy 8107. The update which has been expected for sometime, has now finally arrived and brings with it a number new features and bug fixes to the smartphone.

To receive the new update simply plug your HTC Trophy into your Zune Desktop, and it should automatically download ready for you to use. During the process three updates will be installed which are OS 7740, OS 8107 and HTC Firmware.

HTC Trophy 8107

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New Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Multiplayer Trailer (video)

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier by Ubisoft will be arriving in stores during next month, but to whet your appetite a little more before launch. Ubisoft have released a new multiplayer teaser trailer, showing what you can expect from the multiplayer side of Ghost Recon: Future Soldier.

New features in the Ghost Recon: Future Soldier game include “optical camouflage”, which provides players with a form of active camouflage that allows the Ghosts to become harder to see.

Ghost Recon Future Soldier

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Roku 2 XD, XS Streaming Media Players Launch In Canada

Over the weekend Roku have announced that their new Roku 2 XD, and XS streaming players will be arriving in Canada and are now available to pre-order. Once live in Canada the new Roku devices and service will provide users with more than 100 entertainment channels including movies and TV shows from Netflix and Crackle; live and on-demand sports from the National Hockey League and Major League Baseball; music from Rdio and TuneIn Radio.

Roku 2 XS

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RED Dragon 6k Upgrade Announced For Epic And Scarlet Cameras

Today RED has announced a new Dragon sensor upgrade for its Epic and Scarlet cameras. The new next generation upgrade provides 6k resolution, 15+ stops native Dynamic Range, together with full 5K video recording at 120 fps, all for a $6,000 price tag for the Epic.

Due to the way RED has designed its cameras using a modular system, upgrading an existing camera to 6K is a fairly painless process, once you have parted with your cash.

RED Dragon

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Skype Web App Under Development Reveal Job Listings

Over the weekend a couple of job vacancies were posted by Microsoft, advertising for Software Development Engineers to work on Skype for Browsers. Confirming that a Skype web application is currently or will shortly be under development.

Within the job advertisements Microsoft hints that the new Skype web application, could be HTML 5 based, or at least not reliant on Adobe Flash. Making the new Skype web application available to a wider range of browsers and devices, including Apple’s range of tablets and smartphones, which don’t support Flash based applications and website.

Skype Web Based App

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