Google Earth Updated For Honeycomb Tablets

Google has just rolled out a new update to its Google Earth software which now enhances the experience on Honeycomb tablets. Google has now add tweaks and updates that take advantage of the tablets larger screen and added features like content pop-ups appearing within Earth view, allowing you to see more information without having to change your page as on phone devices.

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Sony Ericsson Updates Xperia Mini And Xperia Mini Pro Smartphones

Sony has updated two models in its Xperia range, the Xperia Mini and the Xperia Mini Pro, both of which will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread when they go on sale in quarter three of 2011.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini features 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, plus a 3 inch capacitive multitouch display with a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels.

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Assassin’s Creed Revelations Ending Ezio’s Travails

And bringing back Altair in one fell swoop. Not only are Ubisoft determined to bring about the most kick-assingest Assassin’s Creed experience to date, but they’re also attempting to fill me with heretofore absent patriotic pride, mentioning that the game will be developed by Ubisoft Montreal “with the support and expertise of Ubisoft studios Annecy, Massive Entertainment, Quebec, Singapore and Bucharest.” I’ll just let you guess which one of those is my home town.

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Anonymous: We Didn’t Hack The PSN

In a recent congressional hearing Sony’s Kaz Hirai revealed that there was a file left behind in the most recent attack on Sony Online Entertainment that contained the notorious hacker group’s motto: “We are legion.” And despite not only the ease with which this could have been falsified, but this being the downright obvious move for any attacker given Anonymous’s history with Sony, the hackers are facing reprisals from the very community they sought to protect.

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Netgear TEW-684UB Dual Band Wireless N USB Adapter for Wireless Networking

If you have a computer that has slower or older type of wireless networking connectivity that won’t hit the super fast speeds wireless gear is capable of today you can change the card out if possible. For most folks changing out hardware won’t be a good choice and these uses will need some sort of USB network adapter that supports the faster tech.

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DARPA Wants Fresh Ideas For A Giant Spaceship

Exactly. DARPA, the quasi-military agency that has the right to tinker with all sorts of ideas, has launched a new program not so different from that open sourced vehicle design competition they held a while ago. But this time, it’s all about spaceships, baby. Specifically the type that can travel for a hundred years in the eerie icy loneliness between the stars.

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New Ultrathin Microscope Will Allow Doctors To Quickly View Suspicious Skin Blemishes

If you have ever used a microscope you will already know how bulky and tricky they are to view samples, especially if you need to view a number of skins samples on a living subject.

Well a new type of microscope has been developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering IOF in Jena, that will allow Doctors in the near future to examine suspicious blemishes on patients skin with ease. The new hand held microscope would provide Doctors with a high-resolution image of a patients skin, for any size of area.

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Telegraph Launches Subscription iPad App

The Telegraph is the latest newspaper to launch an iPad App which makes use of Apple’s new subscription service, the application is still available as a free download, but you will either have to pay a one off fee to view one issue of the telegraph or a monthly fee.

If you want top purchase one daily edition of the Telegraph, it will cost you £1.19, and a monthly subscription will costs you £9.99, obviously they are trying to get people to sign up to the monthly subscription.

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Creative Unveils WP Series Folding Bluetooth Headphones

Creative has launched a new line of headphones to add to its range named the WP Series, designed for mobile phone users who want the best voice quality for calls and the best audio playback quality for music, and which will be arriving in stores both this month and during September 2011.

The new Creative WP Series headphones are Bluetooth compatible and features three models the WP-450, WP-350 and WP-250. All of which can be folded for easily storage and transportation, and will provide around 8 hours of playback and 9 hours of talk time according to Creative.

Creative WP Series Bluetooth Headphones

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