Lian Li PC-TU200 Portable PC Chassis

If you are looking for a easy to carry PC case that will allow you to transport your rig from one network event to the next, a new case unveiled by Lian Li might be the perfect solution.

The Mini-ITX/DTX PC-TU200 chassis is equipped with a handle on the top making it easy to move and transport from one venue to another. The case is also equipped with  a 140mm front mounted intake fan, and can support graphic cards up to 300mm in length. Its also equipped with 4 x  3.5” hard drives and 1 x 5.25” bay, HD audio and USB 3.0 I/O ports on the outside.

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More Leaked Photos Of Verizon’s Samsung Stratosphere

We have already seen some photos of the new Samsung Stratosphere which is headed to Verizon Wireless, and now some new product shots of the device have been leaked, which could mean the Samsung Stratosphere is about to launch shortly.

What we know so far is that the Stratosphere is an LTE smartphone, with a slide out QWERTY keyboard, and it is rumored to come with dual cameras, with a five megapixel camera on the back and a 1.3 megapixel camera on the front.

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Warco : FPS Wartime Game Where You Shoot A Camera Rather Than A Gun (video)

If you like a good first person shooter (FPS) game but find the use a guns a little boring now, a new FPS game currently in development called Warco allows you to engage in the action using a video camera to shoot the action rather than a rifle.

In Warco instead of securing bases or capturing strongholds or flags, the game provides various scenarios each with its own objectives along the line of  story leads. Which you then need to capture in the most compelling way using your trusty video recorder, without getting shot or injured. Watch a demo of the new Warco game after the jump.

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WWII Enigma Encoder Machine Up For Auction, A Forerunner Of The First Modern Computer Systems

If you fancy owning a fantastic piece of World War II history, you might be intertested to know a version of the three rotor Enigma encoder machines, which were used by the German military to encrypt messages during World War II will be auctioned at Christie’s on September 29th.

During the war the Enigma Encoder was the most advanced device of its kind and a forerunner of the first modern computer systems. The Enigma Encoder encryption was subsequently cracked by a team at the legendary Bletchley Park UK complex.

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iPhone 4S Cases Appear Online

Apple is expected to release the new iPhone 5 very soon, we have heard that Apple’s iPhone 5 event may take place on the 4th of October, and we have also heard that Apple will release a new cheaper iPhone 4S at the same time.

We have already seen a number of cases which are reported to be for the new iPhone 5, and now some new ones have appeared online which are reported to be for the new iPhone 4S.

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iPhone 4 Action Case Helps You Record Your Extreme Sports (Video)

We have featured a number of different iPhone cases here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is designed to let you turn your iPhone 4 into an action camera, and it is currently a Kickstarter project.

Have a look at the video below which shows the case in action, and it is compatible with GoPro’s action friendly mounts meaning that you can use it in a range of different ways.

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Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray Breaks Global Sales Records

Its been reported this week that the Star Wars Star Wars: The Complete Saga Blu-ray which was launched back on September 12th in the UK has broken global sales records selling 1 million units globally and amassing $84 million in sales in just its first week.

The Star Wars: The Complete Saga is a nine-disc collection in HD with 6.1 DTS Surround Sound, together with 40+ hours of special features, highlighted by never-before-seen content sourced from the Lucasfilm archives.

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CERN Scientists “Break” The Light Speed Barrier?

CERN researchers and scientists yesterday reported a new finding that could overturn a fundamental law of physics and  Einstein’s theory of relativity, often simply known by the equation E = mc2.

The CERN team at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research have recorded sub-atomic particles called neutrinos travelling faster than the speed of light. The discovery is so big that they are currently asking others researchers and scientists to verify their finding. But if correct could cause a revolutionary shift in explaining the workings of the universe.

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Sprint Motorola Admiral Gets Official (Video)

Sprint has added another Android smartphone to their range with the launch of the Motorola Admiral, which the company has announced via a YouTube video which you can see below.

The Sprint Motorola Admiral will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and features a 3.1 inch VGA display plus a QWERTY keyboard, processing is provided by a single core 1.2GHz processor.

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AT&T To Release Windows Phone Mango Updates 27th Of September

It looks likes US carrier AT&T will start updating its Windows Phone 7 smartphones to the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile OS, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango from the 27th of September.

At the first devices that will get the update will be the HTC surround, LG Quantum and then the Samsung Focus, although some Focus owners may have to wait until October to get the update.

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Google+ Passes 43 Million Users?

This week its been unofficially reported by statistician Paul Allen that Google+ may now have passed the 43 million user mark. Allen the founder of the Ancestry.com uses a unique method of estimating the number of users currently within the Google+ ranks by using uncommon user names.

In the past Allen’s predictions have proved very accurate, and he reports there were approximately 37.8 million users on Google+ as of this morning, up from 28.7 13 days ago.

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