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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Diesel Comes Up With Line Of Superhero Underwear

In what amounts to a rather bad idea, Diesel has outed a line of superhero themed boxer briefs. Maybe this is DC Comics’ way at getting back at the Avengers movie. Strange though, because there’s even a Joker themed pair of briefs. Sorry folks, wearing them doesn’t grant superpowers. Besides, superheroes and underwear? Not a bad combination, since even Superman wore his blazing red undies over his trousers. Never really understood why, but it was an enduring fashion statement that has permeated the popular consciousness.

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Slow News Day: Rare Interview Footage From Empire Strikes Back (Video)

Guess the title says it all, since tech news has gotten a little élan this weekend, might as well indulge the fanboys out there. A short video clip of rare interviews circa-The Empire Strikes Back has surfaced on a video sharing site. It’s pretty entertaining if you’re a Star Wars fan because it sheds light on the actors. Mark Hamill is such a normal guy, Harrison Ford was a carpenter before he signed up with George Lucas, and Carrie Fisher is pretty hot (when her hair isn’t done weird). Also, C3P0 speaks! The actor, not the droid. Catch the video after the jump!

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Not Exactly Mjolnir Armor, But The Tech Air Suit Can Take Serious Damage

It might not look like much, but the Alpinestars Tech Air Suit is designed to take a lot of damage. Sure, you can’t battle aliens with it (or can you?), the Tech Air however, is designed to withstand really brutal impact. See, the target market for this leather suit are those crazy motorcycle daredevils like Ghost Rider as well as the racing breed. In the unfortunate event that they’re thrown from the bike, the suit can take an unholy beating and still guarantee the wearer survives with nary a scratch. But wait, there’s more!


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Coffee From Thin Air: Scanomat Brewer Is Incredible

Okay, so it doesn’t serve coffee out of thin air. Great idea, but that’s just not the case with the Scanomat Top Brewer, which has a faucet-like neck jutting from a counter surface. The magic happens underneath via a turbine system that preps the coffee for your empty cup. The best part is it can be controlled via your iPhone. It’s one more step closer to the singularity, people!


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Modular Street And Snow Scooter Gets Outed

Capable of supporting 140 pound riders, the Street and Snow is currently available at a prominent online retailer. What makes it distinctive are the modular features incorporated unto its design. For starters, the twin polyurethane wheels designed for pavements and sidewalks are detachable. All that’s needed is a wrench and they can be replaced with short HDPE skis for the front and back. Like a lot of scooters for the teenage set, the handlebar is adjustable and folds down for backpack or handheld transport.

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Tablets Taken To Court In Paperless Bid

That image of lawyers and their assistants in courts holding tons of folders and papers may change really soon. Starting April next year, all Crown Prosecution Service in England and Wales will be given HP’s TouchPad as courts try to cut down on the clutter and save money in the long run.

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Gingerbread Gobbled Up By 50% Of Android Devices

The Ice Cream Sandwich may be the latest toast among Android users, but for now, Gingerbread is king in terms of sheer number, with a little more than half of Android devices running on it. The latest figures show Gingerbread taking 50.6% of the Android pie, with Froyo running second with 35.3% followed by Eclair at just over 10%.

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Samsung Galaxy Sale Gets Green Light in the US

US consumers looking to get a Samsung Galaxy tablet and smartphone in time for the holidays will be able to do so, at least for now, after a local judge turned down Apple’s bid to ban such sales in the US.

California District Judge Lucy Koh issued the ruling recently, rejecting Apple’s request for a preliminary injuction pertaining to the patent lawsuit that has seen the two companies go head on in the past few months.

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