Panasonic Eluga Launches In Japan March 29th, Europe Next Month

Some of our readers will remeber the Panasonic Eluga, which is a new Android smartphone from Panasonic, the device will launch in Japan next week on the 29th of March and will also go on sale in Europe next month.

The the Panasonic Eluga features a 5 inch HD touchscreen display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, the device is powered by a dual core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor, and it comes with Android 4.0.

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Spotify Launches 12 New Apps Created By Record Labels And Distributors

Spotify has added 12 new applications to its library today, that have been created and developed by record labels and distributors including Universal, Sony, Warner, EMI, Def Jam, Domino, Matador, [PIAS] and X5.

The new record label applications offer addition features to fans, with Def Jam, Domino, Matador, [PIAS], and Warner Music Group offering apps designed to provide artist playlists, lyrics, and extra information about their artists.

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Angry Birds Space Lands On iOS, Android, PC And Mac

Rovio Mobile’s latest installment in the Angry Birds saga is now available, Angry Birds Space is now available for Apple’s iOS devices, Google’s Android device plus the PC and Mac.

Angry Birds Space comes with some new characters and a new physics engine for the ‘no gravity’ game play, have a look at the screenshots below.

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Samsung Galaxy Note Android 4.0 ICS Update Delayed Until Q2

Samsung were expected to release the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for their Galaxy Note smartphone before the end of March, we had previously heard that the update may be delayed and this has now been confirmed by Samsung.

Samsung have announced that the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Galaxy Note will be released some time in quarter two of 2012, and the update will be released worldwide at the same time.

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iPhoto For iPad Hits 1 Million Downloads In 10 Days

Along with the launch of the new iPad, Apple also launched a couple of new apps for the iPad and iPhone, one of those was iPhoto, and it looks like the app has become extremely popular.

According to the guys over at The Loop, who have received some information from Apple, iPhoto has been downloaded more that one million times in the first ten days.

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Adobe Releases Free Photoshop CS6 Beta

Adobe has released a new free beta version of its popular image editing software Photoshop, and it is available as a free download from both Windows and Mac.

Photoshop CS6 Beta comes with a wide range of new features over the previous version, the guys over at Gizmodo have been testing it out, and you can find lots more details on what is new over at Gizmodo.

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Commodore Launches Amiga Mini PC

Commodore USA has resurrected another Commodore brand with the launch of the Commodore Amiga Mini PC, and this one is a little more powerful than the original Commodore Amiga.

The Commodore Amiga Mini is a small form factor computer, inside you will find a 3.5GHz Intel Core i7 2700K processor, 16GB of DDR3 RAM and a NVIDIA GeForce GT430 graphics card with 1GB of RAM.

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Zynga Buys ‘Draw Something’ Game Maker OMGPOP

Zynga has acquired OMGPOP, the maker of one of the most popular mobile games at the moment ‘Draw Something’, and whilst no details on the deal have been disclosed, there are reports that Zynga have paid around $200 million for OMGPOP.

Draw Something is extremely popular, the game has been downloaded more than 30 million times, and is played in 84 countries around the world.

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Angry Birds Park Concept Surfaces

Angry Birds is one of the most popular games on just about any platform out there. Angry Birds Developer Rovio is always out to push the brand and one of the latest branded Angry Birds devices is a park. I can see kids and adults flocking to a local park with an Angry Birds theme.

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iPad gets new credit card reader from Eventbrite

If you’re an iPad user that wants to be able to take payments at the door of a special event, Eventbrite has your new card reader. Eventbrite is an online ticketing platform is very near $1 billion in gross ticket sales. Typically, tickets are sold online preventing anyone from deciding to go to the show at the last minute and showing up at the door to buy a ticket.

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Natural Gas To Improve Boeing Jets Fuel Efficiency By 60 Percent

Boeing has this week unveiled a new aircraft and propulsion system called SUGAR Freeze, which has been developed by Boeing to revolutionise air travel and make their planes 60 percent more fuel efficient.

SUGAR which stands for Subsonic Ultra Green Aircraft Research was a project commissioned by NASA and can be seen pictured at the bottom of this article . The new aircraft concept uses cryogenically stored liquified natural gas, which completes the Freeze part of the concepts name.

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MIT Develops Camera That Can See Around Corners (Video)

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge have created a camera which can basically see around corners using lasers.

They use a laser pulse to bounce photons of surfaces, the photos then travel back to the camera and it can measure how far away an unseen object is, have a look at the video of it in cation below.

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