V-Moda has added another pair of in ear earplugs to their range with the launch of the V-Moda Faders by Ear Armor, and according to the press release, these new earplugs are designed to protect your hearing.
EA Mobile and Sony Ericsson have just released Fifa 12, which will be available exclusively for the Xperia Play and other Sony Ericsson Xperia devices, which include the Xperia Arc S, The Xperia Arc, Xperia Ray, Xperia Pro and Xperia Neo.
Fifa 12 is available as a free download for the devices listed above, and it will be exclusively available for these devices until February 2012, have a look at the trailer below.
Affectiva have unveiled a new version of their mood sensing technology Q Sensor 2.0. Affectiva’s sensor is worn on the wrist and the latest version is now equipped with wireless Bluetooth, enabling the device to broadcast your mood across the Internet, and could then be incorporated into games and applications, says its creators.
While wearing the Q Sensor 2.0 the device measures your temperature and movement, together with electrodermal activity, which is an electrical change in the skin that varies with activation of the sympathetic nervous system.
AT&T started releasing the Windows Phone Mango updates to its smartphones back in September, but there was one handset that has been waiting for the update, the Dell Venue Pro.
Good news if you own a Dell Venue Pro with AT&T, as Microsoft has announced that the Windows Phone Mango update is finally being rolled out to the handset.
If you own a Mac system you have probably already come across the great little utility called Alfred, designed specifically for Mac OS X. If you haven’t Alfred has been designed as a productivity application for Mac OS X, which aims to save you time in searching your local computer and the web.
This week its developers have rolled out a new update which brings with it a range of great new features. A new feature added to version 1.0, now include the ability to create Global Hotkeys, that will allow you to perform an action regardless of what application you might have open.
After a lengthy development program and spending more than $100 million during its development, the new Star Wars : Old Republic game is edging closer to its launch.
Star Wars: The Old Republic, also know as either TOR or SWTOR, is an upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game, based in the Star Wars universe. For a good look at what you can expect from the new game check out the trailer after the jump.
The guys over at the Android forums and the Android Central Forums have discovered some official press shots of the Verizon branded Samsung Galaxy Nexus, the photos were discovered in the source code of the coming soon page on Verizon’s website.
Unfortunately these photos don’t give us any information on when Verizon will finally launch the Samsung Galaxy Nexus in the US, we also saw a video earlier today of the device in action, which you can see here.
Sony has released a new commercial for its upcoming launch of their new PS Vita portable gaming console. Unlike their previous attempt to create an informative commercial, the new one actually shows a little more of the PS Vita. Watch the “Coming Soon” trailer after the jump.
The HTC Raider was announced back in September, and now it would appear that this new Android smartphone is headed to AT&T in the US as the device has just turned up at the FCC.
As a reminder the HTC Raid features a 4.5 inch qHD display with a 960 x 540 pixel resolution, processing is provided by a dual core 1.2GHz processor and there is also 1GB of RAM and 16GB of built in storage.
This week Lenvo announced a new range of Android smartphones, and now it would appear that Lenovo intends to produce smartphones with Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS in 2012.
According to Lenovo’s product manage Chen Yue, the company is looking to introduce Windows Phone smartphones in the second half of 2012, although he didn’t elaborate on any details or specific devices.
Nokia has announced the Nokia X2-02 mobile phone, which is a dual SIM mobile phone that comes with a 2.2 inch QVGA TFT display with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, a built in FM radio and an MP3 player.
For the first time since it launch Google’s Chrome browser has now past Mozilla’s Firefox browser. To become the worlds second most popular browser, according to statistics revealed today by StatCounter. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer continues to control first with a 40.63% share of browser usage worldwide.