Windows Phone 7 Stencil Kit

We have already seem some stencil kits for the iPhone and iPad, that are designed to help app developers design their applications, and now there is one for Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7.

The Windows Phone 7 Stencil Kit, is designed to help you easily mock up app ideas, and it is produced by the same guys that brough us the iPhone kits, UI Stencils and it was developed with the help of the Windows Phone internal design team.

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EdsJunk Xbox 360 Laptop (video)

We have featured a number of Xbox 360 laptops here on Geeky Gadgets but if you are looking for a fully self contained custom built one, EdsJunk Xbox 360 laptop is definitely worth a look.

Ed’s Xbox 360 laptop is equipped with a 17″ 720p HD screen, and has it own built-in power brick together with internal amplified speakers, 4 x USB ports, Ethernet, built in Wi-fi and a headphone jack. You can watch a full run thorough of all its features and specification by the designer and creator after the jump.

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Prism 200c Radar Backpack Sees Through Walls Providing 3D Views Of Rooms

If you are looking to do a little surveillance and need a sneaky way of looking through brick, block, wooden, or concrete walls, then the Prism 2ooc backpack radar might come in as a handy addition to your equipment.

The portable Prism 200c radar device has been developed by Cambridge Consultants for use by law enforcement and the military departments and developed for high-risk and hostile situations with minimal time and very narrow margin for error.

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Portal 2 Played With Kinect Gesture Controlled Hack (video)

If you are a Portal 2 fan but a little bored of playing the game using a traditional controller or keyboard and mouse, you might be interested in this Kinect hack that allows you to control your Portal 2 character using gestures instead.

The Portal 2 Kinect hack was created by Brad Cooley and uses FAAST for the key bindings. Watch a video of Portal 2 being played via gesture control after the jump.

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LG Unveils P430 And P530 Ultra Slim Blade Series Laptops

LG has unveiled two new notebooks that will be the first in its new Blade Series of computers, in the form of the ultra slim LG P430 and LG P530 notebooks.

The LG P430 and P530, are equipped with 14-inch and 15.6-inch LED LCD screens respectively that are up to 50 percent thinner with bezels that are also 40 percent thinner than any other notebooks in their class. Full specifications for both the new notebooks are detailed after the jump.

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Intel To Build Future iPad And iPhone Processors For Apple?

Intel already supplies Apple with processors for its Mac line on computers, and now according to a recent report, Intel wants to produce Apple’s iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch processors as well.

Apple currently uses processors that they have designed themselves, and are produced for them by Samsung and TMC, and the possible deal would see Intel manufacturing non Intel processors for Apple for the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Apple TV.

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Lenovo LePad Gets Taken Apart

Lenovo’s new LePad which has only just been released in China has already fallen foul to a screw driver, and its workings have now been laid bare for all to see.

The new Lenovo LePad is equipped with a 10.1 inch screen, providing a 1280 x 800 pixel resolution and is powered by a 1.3 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, running Google’s Android 2.2 operating system.

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Next Android Version Confirmed As Ice Cream Sandwich

We have been hearing rumors for quite some time that the next version of Android would either be called ‘Android Ice Cream’ or ‘Android Ice Cream Sandwich’, and now someone from Google has confirmed the name of the next major build of Android as Ice Cream Sandwich.

One of the Google guys responded to a bug question and had the following to say about the bug fix, and they also mentioned which version the bug fix would come in.

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SiliconDust HDHomeRun Prime 3 Tuner Cable Box (video)

If you find your current set-top boxes is a little restricting with only two tunners. SiliconDust’s new HDHomeRun Prime brings with it the ability to use three tuners allowing you to watch and record premium cable TV channels on any Windows 7 computer on your home network.

The new HDHomeRun Prime allows you to watch media from a number of TV sources including:  Unencrypted digital cable TV, Premium digital cable TV. Watch the promo video of the new device after the jump for more details.

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Apple Store Down, 2011 iMac’s Coming Today?

Yesterday we heard a rumor that Apple would be launching the 2011 iMac’s today, the 3rd of May, and it looks like the rumor may pan out as the Apple store has just gone down.

As we reported yesterday, we are expecting the 2011 Apple iMac range to feature the latest Intel Core i processors, and also Intel’s Thunderbolt technology, plus a few more changes.

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OS X Lion Brings iOS-style Uninstall For Mac App Store Software

The most recent release of Apple’s new OS X Lion which was made available last Friday to download by developers, has revealed a new working iOS style uninstall feature for software purchased from Apple’s Mac App Store.

As with mobile iOS devices and users of the new OS X Lion just needs to hold down their mouse over an icon to start the “jiggling” icon mode familiar to iOS users. This will then allow them to delete applications and software by clicking the ‘X’ in the top left corner in the same fashion as on Apple’s mobile devices.

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iOS 4.3.3 To be Released Soon, Fix Location Tracking Bug

According to a report from the BGR, Apple is about to release a new version of its mobile OS for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, iOS 4.3.3, and it is designed to fix the location tracking bug that we have been hearing about recently.

Some of the reported fixes in iOS 4.3.3 include that the update will no longer back up the location database to iTunes and also the size of the location database will also be reduced.

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