Next Generation Printer, SWYP: See What You Print Concept (video)

Design firm Artefact have created a radically simple printer concept called the SWYP drastically moving away from the traditional printer most of us have in our offices and homes. The new concept called “SWYP: See What You Print” uses a touchscreen display to allow you to manipulate, resize and even tweak your photos using a variety of filters.

Once you are happy with your photograph you can then simply print it and see it transform from a digital image into a hard paper copy. The SWYP printer automatically connects to your camera or photographic device to enabling easy image importing. Watch the video after the jump to see the SWYP printer in action.

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Recycled Car Replicas Look Amazing

These amazing looking car replicas have been made from recycled car parts and scrap metal, and they are full scale replicas of original cars, which include a replica of a Mercedes Benz 300 SLR, a Porsche Spider and an Audi Union Type D.

These recycled creations are being shown off at this years Frankfurt Motor Show, and they were created by the guys from Gigaten Aus Stahl, have a look at the photos below.

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iTwin Secure Networking USB Dongle Now Supports Mac OS X

You might remember the iTwin device which created a secure network between your devices enabling you to easily share documents between 2 PCs by simply inserting one half of the iTwin dongle into each PC even while one device maybe at home or in your office.

Well this week iTwin have now announced the release of a Mac version which will allow you to connect either two Mac computers together or two PCs or even a Mac and a PC together. iTwin creates a secure connection between the 2 computers enabling you to access your entire hard drive as if you were carrying an access key to audio files. Your remote data can only be accessed if you have the physical iTwin with you and passwords can be added to secure your data further if required.

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Meizu MX Quad Core Android Smartphone Announced

Meizu has announced their latest Android smartphone, which is headed to China, the Meizu MX which will come with a quad core Cortex A9 processor and will also feature a 4.3 inch qHD display with a resolution of 540 x 960 pixels.

The Meizu MX will be China only, and it will be available in 16GB and 32GB versions, and comes with front and rear facing cameras, although we couldn’t find out any specifications on the cameras.

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Adobe Launches Photoshop Elements 10 And Premiere Elements 10

Adobe’s Photoshop Elements is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year and has clocked up some 200 awards over the last decade. In celebration of its 10th birthday Adobe has unveiled their new Photoshop Elements 10 and Premiere Photoshop Elements 10 applications designed to tie into their Photoshop and Premiere Pro software.

The new software has been updated with a number of new features including a new “content intelligence” which centers around visual recognition of people or objects in your photos. Together with a new visual similarity search, object detection search and Facebook people tagging and recognition.

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Hermetus Bottle Opener Keeps The Bottle Fresh

At a little over three inches, this bottle opener is an indispensable tool for any serious beer enthusiast. Note, we used the word enthusiast. That’s because there are people who drink beer, and people who drink beer like it’s the best part of their day. The Hermetus is usable by both types, but its extra function is a real sweet feature, which makes it essential for the mentioned enthusiasts. Definitely for those who want to enjoy their beer again and again.

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Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo Android 2.3.4 Update Lands Early

The official word from Sony Ericsson was that a number of their Xperia devices would be getting the Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread update in October, and now it would appear that at least one Xperia device received the update ahead of schedule.

According to the guy over at the Xperia Blog, the Android 2.3.4 update for the Xperia Neo has already started rolling out and it brings a range of new features to the Xperia Neo.

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Transform Your Kindle Into An Etch-a-Sketch With Doodle

The Amazon Kindle is a great e-reader device but without a touch screen you might think it would be a little tricky to draw on it. Well a new application has been developed for the Kindle that will allow you to transform the device into a retro style Etch-a-Sketch.

Admittedly I was never the best and drawing on an Etch-a-Sketch myself but I’m sure there are plenty of creative artists out there that would be able to draw something wonderful.

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Awesome Electric Tron Lightcycle By Parker Brothers (Video)

Some our our readers will remember the awesome Tron Lightcyle that we featured on Geeky Gadgets last year, it was made by the guys from Parker Brothers, and now they are back with a new more environmentally friendly version, the Electric Tron Lightcycle.

This new Tron Lightcycle is powered by a 96 volt electric motor, and some lithium ion battery cells, it is capable of speeds over 100mph and can travel for about 100 miles on one charge.

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HP TouchPad Running Android Supports 3D Gaming (video)

If you have been lucky enough to pick up one of the $99 HP TouchPad device’s it might well be worth your while loading it with Android in the near future if you fancy a little bit of 3D gaming.

The Cyanogenmod team has been busy at work tweaking Google’s Android to run smoothly on the discarded HP TouchPad device which HP has now scrapped. Having now modified a HP Touchpad to run various 3D games as well as playing 720p high definition local video. Watch the video after the jump to see the Android HP TouchPad in action.

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Skype iOS App Vulnerability Allows Attackers To Snatch Your Address Book (video)

A new Skype vulnerability has been revealed in the iOS Skype software version 3.0.1 and earlier, which can allow attackers to execute malicious JavaScript code enabling them to snatch your address book.

The Skype vulnerability was discovered AppSec Consulting security researcher Phil Purviance who also made the video and was reported to Skype newly in month ago but Skype has still yet to roll out a fix. Watch a video after the jump to see how Skype iOS applications are vulnerability to the attack.

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