Graphicly Closes Its Comic Book Apps To Concentrate On Helping Content Creators

Graphicly has announced it will be retiring their range of comic book reading applications this week, with the aim of helping publishers and creators get their story seen. Concentrating on their new Digital Distribution Platform, which enables content creators and publishers to easily upload and convert their publications digitally.

Enabling publishers and content creators to market their goods across multiple platforms, such as Kindle, NOOK, and iBooks stores to name few. Moving Graphicly away from owning their own store based applications to providing tools for creators to publish their work.


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New Corsair Vengeance Gaming Headset And Chassis Unveiled

Corsair has this week unveiled new additions to its Vengeance gaming line of peripherals, in the form of the new Vengeance C70 PC case and Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming headset.

Corsair’s Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming headset is equipped with high-sensitivity, noise-cancelling microphone and uses 2.4GHz wireless connectivity. Its also fitted with an internal battery that will provide up to 10 hours of life over a range of 40 feet.

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iPad Notebook Case Gives Your Tablet A MacBook Pro Look

We have featured a number of different cases for the iPad here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is designed to give your iPad the look of a mini MacBook Pro, and it even comes with a built in Lithium Polymer battery that can charge your iPad.

This fun looking iPad case also comes with a USB port, a mini USB port, and a built in Bluetooth keyboard, as you can see from the photos it takes its design inspiration from Apple’s MacBook Pro.

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Apple Adds Universal Studios Movies to iTunes Cloud

Apple added the ability to re-download movies you had already purchased to multiple iOS devices a while back, although at the time of launch a couple of the movie studios offerings were not available through the service.

It would appear that Apple has now signed a deal with Universal Studios to allow iOS users to re-download previous purchased movies direct to their iOS devices.

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Electric DeLorean To Launch In 2013 For $95,000

We first heard about the Electric DeLorean last year, this all electric iconic automobile is scheduled to go on sale next year, and it has recently been shown off at this years New York Auto Show.

We now have some pricing for the DeLorean which was made famous by the Back to the Future movies, it will retail for $95,000 when it goes on sale in 2013.

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Samsung’s Flexible AMOLED Technology To Be Called YOUM

Samsung has already shown us its flexible AMOLED technology which the company intends to put into mass production some time this year, and now the company has decided to call the technology YOUM.

Samsung has filed a trademark for the name YOUM for their flexible display technology, although they haven’t explained what the YOUM stands for, and they have also filed trademarks for a couple of other names which include WAMOLED, FAMOLED, PAMOLED and TAMOLED.

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UK Home Office Website Taken Down By Hackers

The UK’s Home Office website was unavailable for a couple of hours over the weekend, and according to a recent report by the BBC, the website was taken down by a distributed denial of service attack.

The Home Office website was offline from around 9pm BST on Saturday until around 5am on Sunday, and it is reported that the hacking group Anonymous is behind the attack.

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Sony To Cut 10,000 Jobs

According to a recent report by the Nikkei, Sony will cut around 10,000 jobs from its worldwide workforce in an attempt to turn the company around and start making a profit again.

Over the last four years Sony has made a loss each year, and now the company and its CEO Kazuo Hirai are looking to reduce their 168,200 employees by 10,000, the last time Sony did this was back in 2008 when it cut 16,000 jobs.

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Google’s Nexus Tablet Delayed Until July?

We have been hearing rumors for some time that Google are working on their own Android tablet, in a similar way that they have done with their ‘Nexus’ branded smartphones which have been produced by various manufacturers.

Now according to a recent report by The Verge, the Google Nexus Tablet has apparently been delayed until around July of this year, and the reason for the apparent delay is to reduce the price of the tablet.

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Samsung Launches Pink Galaxy Note In South Korea

Samsung’s Galaxy Note smartphone has been incredibly popular for the company, having sold over 5 million units worldwide, and now Samsung has launched a new pink Galaxy Note in South Korea.

The pink Galaxy Note shares the same specifications as the black and white versions which include a 5.3 inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, processing is provided by a dual core 1.4GHz processor and it comes with Android Gingerbread 2.3

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 To Retail For $399

Last week we heard that Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab 2 tablets were delayed to some time later this month, Samsung has yet to announce any official pricing for both the 7 inch model and the 10.1 inch model.

Now pricing for the 10.1 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 has appeared online, and Office Depot have an 8GB version listed with a price of $399.99, although it isn’t available for purchase as yet.

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