DIY Office Supplies X Wing Is Super Rad

The world is teeming with bored employees. Sure, there are  a lot of hardworking blokes out there, but deep in the recesses of every cubicle farm lurks a man or woman who’s itching to break free. If this describes your current state, then mentally imbibe the story below.

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Censor Your Identity With These Paparazzi Shades

Only a select number of individuals are obliged to be censored with a bar across the eyes. This includes certain types of criminals, confidential news sources, North Korean defectors, and members of special forces groups. In all cases, it’s a must that their identities be obscured. In the case of these sunglasses though, it’s just pure fashion statement.

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Fujitsu offers Launch Date and Price on Optical Bay Projector

We talked about the cool new projector that slips into an optical drive bay back in April when Fujitsu announced the device. At the time, it was said to be available on a few Fujitsu notebooks online including the P771 and the S761 machines. Fujitsu has offered up more details on the projectors for us to enjoy.

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Motorola Xoom Gets Overclocked To 1.6GHz

A couple of months ago we heard that the new Motorola Xoom Android Honeycomb tablet had been overclocked to 1.5GHz, and now it looks like it has reached an even higher overclocked speed of 1.6GHz.

The guys over at the XDA have managed to get the Xoom’s processor up to 1.6GHz and the extra clock speed was enough for the Xoom to score over 4000 in the Quadrant benchmark app, this compares to around 1500 in the Xoom with its standard clock speed.

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Western Digital Updates Its WD Photo iOS & Android Apps

If you own a Western Digital storage device, it might be time to update or install the WD photo application on either your iOS or Android device. Western Digital have just announced rolling out a new update to their applications for both IOS and Android enabling users who are always on the go, to easily access photographs stored on the WD TV Live Hub media center or My Book Live network drive.

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Sony’s PlayStation Network Exploited Again?

Sony recently turned their PlayStation Network back on after it had been offline for weeks due to a massive security breach, and now it looks like hackers have attacked the PSN again.

According to Euro Gamer, Sony’s PlayStation Network password system suffers from an exploit that lets hackers change your password using your PSN email and also your date of birth, which is information that was compromised in the previous attack.

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Quantum Dot Enhancement Film Is Next Generation LCD Technology

Nanosys, Inc has announced today that its next generation LCD technology, the Quantum Dot Enhancement Film (QDEF), is now available for display manufacturers to be able to use.

The new LCD technology allows display manufactures the ability to increase colour gamut by as much as three times without making the trade offs in cost, size and brightness they’ve had to make in the past. Providing richer, more viscerally vibrant reds and a deeper palette of greens, the colours the human eye see more intensely than any other color.

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Dell Streak Pro 10 Inch Honeycomb Tablet Leaked ?

We have been hearing rumors about a new 10 inch Android tablet from Dell, called the Dell Streak Pro, and now some photos have appeared on the web along with some more specifications.

According to the guys over at Tweakers, the Dell Streak Pro will feature a 10 inch display, and processing will be provided by a dual core 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor and it will also feature 1GB of RAM.

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Earlier Xbox 360 Firmware Update Is Incompatible With Some Models (Updated)

** Update : Microsoft confirmed to Geeky Gadgets today that the issue actually relates to an earlier firmware update that was released to all Xbox users, but would not specify which one. Not the mandatory update which was first though would could the problem.

This update which was rolled out to all Xbox 360 consoles previously is preventing a very small number of Xbox 360 owners from playing retail game discs. But dont worry Microsoft has also issued a statement, saying they will be able to detect this issue over Xbox Live and will be proactively reaching out to customers that may be impacted to replace their console.

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Toshiba’s New 367ppi 4 Inch 720P Display (Video)

The other day we heard about a new 4 inch display for smartphones from Toshiba, which features a 1280 x 720 resolution and a pixel density of 367 pixels per inch, which means it has a higher ppi that Apple’s Retina display.

Now Toshiba has shown off thier new display, and the guys over at Engadget have put togther a video which you can see below that shows this new smartphone display in action.

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Verizon Motorola Droid X2 Now Official

Verizon Wireless and Motorola have now officially announced the new Droid X2, and as we reported earlier it will be available to pre-order from Verizon tomorrow and will go on sale on the 26th of May.

We now have the full official specifications for the Droid X2 which include Android 2.2 at launch, and it will get Android 2.3 Gingerbread in the near future, processing is provided by a dual core 1GHz processor.

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