Google Launches Androidland Retail Store In Australia

Google has launched its first ever Android themed retail store in Australia, called Androidland, the retail store is a collaboration between Google and Australian mobile carrier Telstra.

The Androidland store has been launched on Melbourne, Australia, and the store sells many of the different smartphones and tablets that run Google’s Android OS.

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Honda Motor Compo Foldable Electric Scooter

Honda has shown off a new electric scooter at the Tokyo Motor Show 2011, called the Motor Compo, this electric scooter can be folded down to make it more portable, and as you can see from the photos it features a unique design.

The Honda Motor Compo is just 3 feet long and 4 feet tall, and it has been designed to fit easily into Honda’s micro commuter concept vehicle, and it features a removable battery that can also be used to power electronic devices.

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Hyperkin SupaBoy SNES Handheld Arrives

We first featured the Hyperkin SupaBoy SNES Handheld back in April of this year, when it was still under development. But if you have been patiently wating for its arrival you will be pleased to know your wait is now over.

The Hyperkin SupaBoy SNES Handheld has now arrived and is available to purchase for $80 from Amazon. Allowing you to play original SNES cartridges on a portable gaming console, equipped with a 3.5 inch LCD screen.

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Verizon Galaxy Nexus Appears In Samsung Store

We are hoping that Verizon Wireless will launch the Samsung Galaxy Nexus some time this week, and now the 4G LTE version of the Galaxy Nexus has turned up at the Samsung Experience store in New York.

Whilst the device is on display in the Samsung store, it doesn’t look like you can actually buy it as yet, and we still don;’t have any pricing or an official launch date for Verizon.

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Google Release Galaxy Nexus Factory Image, For Easy Stock Restore

Google has this week released a new factory image for Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus smartphone running, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The new image now allows anyone to reset and easily restore their locked/bricked Galaxy Nexus smartphone, back to its original stock factory settings.

So if you have been tweaking and developing apps and mods for your Galaxy Nexus smartphone, and pushed it a little far, resulting in a bricked device. There is now an easy way for you to return it to a working smartphone.

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Google Employees Testing Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich

It looks like Google’s employees who own a Nexus S smartphone are getting to test out the latest version of Google’s mobile OS, as employees who own the Google Nexus S have received Android 4.0 as an OTA update.

The news was posted on Google+ and Twitter by a Google employee, although it appears that the posts have now been deleted, the messages that were posted are listed below.

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Xbox Companion App For Windows Phone 7 Arriving Tomorrow

Tomorrow Microsoft will officially launch their new Xbox 360 Dashboard, an with it will also arrive their new Xbox Windows Phone 7 Companion App. The new Xbox Windows Phone 7 Companion App has been designed to be used in conjunction with your Xbox Live account, and allows users to search, movies, games and all content that’s available on XBLMP, directly from your WP7 smartphone. With instant access to the Microsoft Marketplace to make on the go purchases.

 

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Motorola Droid 4 Revealed, Coming December 8th

We have already seen some leaked photos of the Motorola Droid 4, and now the device has been confirmed by Verizon, and it will go on sale in the US on the 8th of December, as we had previously heard.

Motorola hasn’t revealed any more specifications about the new Droid 4, but we recently saw a leaked specifications sheet, which revealed it will come with a 4 inch touchscreen display and a slide out QWERTY keyboard.

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Evidence Of New Mac Pro’s Found In OS X 10.7.3 Beta

Apple hasn’t updated it Mac pro range of desktop computers for quite some time, the last revision came in July of 20102, and now it would appear that evidence has been discovered in OS X 10.7.3 Beta which may have revealed a new Apple Mac Pro is on the way.

A reference in OS X 10.7.3 Beta relating to AMD’s new 28nm desktop graphics cards, codenamed Tahiti, which are due to be released in January of 2012, has been discovered, and this could mean that Apple has some new Mac Pro’s in the works.

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LG Nitro HD Android Smartphone Lands On AT&T

LG’s latest Android smartphone, the LG Nitro is now available from US mobile carrier AT&T, and the device features a 4.5 inch HD IPS display with a 1280 x 720 pixel resolution, plus a dual core 1.5GHz processor.

The LG Nitro HD comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, has 1GB of RAM, 4GB of built in storage and a microSD card slot that can take up to 32GB cards, it comes bundled with a 16GB microSD card.

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Fastest RC Car In The World Can Go 100mph (Video)

Traxxas is to RC cars what Ferrari is to the auto-industry. They’re exclusive, innovative, and a little brash. Small wonder then that Traxxas have grabbed a lot of attention with their latest, an RC that can zoom at a 100mph. The best part is the police won’t bother you when you’re raising hell in the sidewalk with this beast. Check out the video after the jump.

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Italian Designer Reveals Super Modular Housing Scheme

Simply put, seen below is just one combination of the Sliding Hub system in action. It’s supposed to be the ultimate answer to instant, portable home building for any location. The really incredible part is the designer Gabriel Aramu imprinted a little timeless genius into his Sliding Hub: the combinations are endless, though available references claim only 64 ‘structures’ are possible with the Sliding Hub system. It’s pretty much like Lego, except you can live inside the blocks.

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