Fujitsu Arrows ES 6.7mm Thick Smartphone Announced

Fujitsu and Japan’s KDDI au have announced a new Android smartphone, the Fujitsu Arrows ES, which measures just 6.7mm thick at its thinnest point, and the device comes with Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread.

Other specifications on the Fujitsu Arrows ES include a 4 inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 800 x 480 pixels, there is also a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 512MB of RAM, plus 1GB of RAM.

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Roll Up Leather Portable Multi Charger Station

If you are looking for a mobile charging station that will allow you to charge four different devices at the same time. Then this new creation from Restoration Hardware might be worth a look.

The Roll up charger allows you to keep all your charging connectors neatly stored when not in use and then once you reach your destination allows you to connection four gadgets to charge. Providing connectors for, iPhone, Mini USB, Micro USB, and Samsung devices.

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Microsoft To Preview Windows 8 App Store Tomorrow

We have been hearing quite a bit about Microsoft’s Windows 8 app store over the last few months, and now Microsoft has announced that they will preview their new software store tomorrow the 6th of December.

The Microsoft Windows Software Store won’t actually launch until Microsoft’s releases Windows 8 next year, which is rumored to launch around the fall of 2012.

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UK Supermarket Tesco Gets Free WiFi

UK supermarket Tesco has announced that it will be offering free WiFi to its customers in its Tesco Extra stores throughout the UK, and the service has been launched with UK mobile and broadband provider O2.

Users of the Tesco stores will get free unlimited access to WiFi in the stores if they sing in using their Tesco clubcard, and if you don’t have one of these you will get 15 minutes of free WiFi when you are in the store.

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Sony Ericsson Nozomi Press Shots Leaked

We have already seen a photo of Sony Ericsson’s upcoming HD smartphone, the Nozomi, and now the guys over at the Xperia Blog have managed to get their hands on some leaked press photos of the device.

What we heard previously that the Sony Ericsson Nozmi will features a 4.3 inch HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, processing will be provided by a dual core 1.5GHz processor, and it will also come with 1GB of RAM and front and rear facing cameras.

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Dell Streak 7 Tablet Discontinued

Just a couple of months after Dell released the Android Honeycomb update for their Dell Streak 7 tablet, it looks like the company has decided to discontinue the device as it has now been removed from their online store.

The news comes a couple of months after Dell discontinued the original Dell Streak 5 tablet, and at the moment Dell doesn’t have any Android tablets for sale in the US.

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Wikistream Visualises Wikipedia Updates In Real Time

Wikipedia is a massive site and without people continually editing the site and its articles the Wikipedia’s content would soon become obsolete for many articles. If you have ever wondered just how many alterations are made on a daily basis a new website has been created which will reveal all for you, called Wikistream.



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Amazon Cancelling Asus Transformer Prime Orders Due To High Demand?

The Asus Transformer Prime recently went up for pre-order with Amazon, and the device will go on sale in the US later this month, and it looks like there has already been high demand for the tablet.

We heard recently that Amazon sold out of their pre-orders within the first 24 hours, and now a number of people who pre-ordered the device have had their orders cancelled as Amazon has been unable to meet the demand for the tablet.

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EA Online Pass With New Games Can Expire, Reveals EA

Over the weekend a NeoGAF member has revealed the an EA Online Pass can actually expire. The revelation came after the user purchased a new copy of EA’s Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit, that contain an Online Pass, which when entered had expired. Stopping him enjoying any of the online content that comes with the game. After posting his findings on the forums a number of other gamers also revealed similar stories. Confirming that ES Online Passes can indeed expire.

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Another Big Battlefield 3 Patch Arriving On Wednesday

In response to the last massive patch rolled out by EA and Dice and new patch is expected to land on Wednesday with a huge list of fixes and tweaks and will be around 2GB in size. But most go the 2GB will be taken up by the Back to Karkand DLC data.

When it arrives on Wednesday the new Back to Karkand will include four maps from previous Battlefield games, all recreated in Battlefield 3′s new Frostbite 2.0 game engine.

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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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