Google Docs For Android Update Brings New Collaborate And Edit Features (video)

Google has today rolled out a new update for its Google Docs for Android application, that is available to download for free from the Android Market. The new update to Google Docs for Android brings with it a number of great new features that have been designed to make it easier to edit and collaborate with others. Some of which you can see being put through their paces in the video after the jump.

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Google Adds Russia To Its Google Maps Street View

Google has today announced the addition of Russia to their Google Maps Street View feature. Enabling you to now virtually explore the world’s largest country, including its cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg, using Google Maps Street View. Google Street View is a technology featured in Google Maps and Google Earth that provides panoramic views from various positions along many streets in the world.

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Adafruit’s Internet Of Things Printer Project Kit (video)

If you would prefer to read tweets, news, or sports results on something a little more physical than a digital display. A new mini printer developed and built by Adafruit called the “Internet of Things” printer might be the perfect product for you.

The mini printer uses small receipt rolls to printout incoming tweets, and other information for you to read at your leisure. Watch the video after the jump to see the Internet of Things printer in action.

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Samsung Sells 20 Million Galaxy S II Smartphones

The Samsung Galaxy S II has been an extremely popular device for the company, and now Samsung has announced that they have sold over 20 million Galaxy S II devices around the world.

It took Samsung just ten months to sell over 20 million Galaxy S II devices, the handset first launched in April 2011, although it was only available in Europe initially and the device launched in the US later in the year.

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Apple TV 3 Closer To Launch, As Existing Apple TV Stock Running Out

We have been hearing rumors for a while that Apple are getting ready to launch a new Apple TV, the Apple TV 3, and we are expecting the device to be announced at the same time as the new iPad 3 next month.

According to a recent report from The Verge, stock of the existing TV is running out, and one UK PC retailer has told their employees that they have no more Apple TV’s for sale and have no idea on when the stock will be replaced.

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CineSquid Uses Suction Cups To Hold Your Camera For The Perfect Shot (video)

The GorillaPod tripod provides photographers with a variety of ways to position their camera for that perfect shot. But over the past year a number of innovative additions have appeared which have developed the usability of the GorillaPod Focus tripod even further.

Such as the CineSkates we featured here on Geeky Gadgets created by Cinetics. That allow you to create smooth scrolling shots, with the minimum about of setup and fuss. Now Cinetics have unveiled a new product in the form of the CineSquid which comprises of three suction cups that fit to the end of the legs of the GorillaPod tripod. Watch the video after the jump to see CineSquid in action.


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ZTE To Launch Quad Core Smartphone And More AT MWC 2012

ZTE unveiled a new Android smartphone earlier this week, the ZTE Mimosa X, and the company has now announced that they will show off a total of eight new devices at this years MWC 2012, which starts next Monday the 27th of February.

Among these eight new devices will be a new quad core smartphone, which ZTE describe as their flagship device, so we presume that it will run Google’s Android OS.

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Guild Wars 2 Public Beta Signup Open For A Limited Time

The highly anticipated Guild Wars 2 game which is in the final stage of development by ArenaNet. Bringing with it a few new developments to the MMO online gaming market.

The mechanics within the new Guild Wars 2 game claims to be unique in the genre by featuring a storyline that is responsive to player actions. A feature that is very common in single player games never really been seen in multiplayer games.

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LG Optimus 4X HD Quad Core Android Smartphone Announced

We have been hearing rumors about the LG X3 for quite some time, yesterday we heard that the device would be called the LG Optimus 4X HD, and today LG have officially announced their first quad core smartphone.

The LG Optimus 4X HD is powered by a quad core 1.5GHz NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor, and it features a 4.7 inch IPS multi-touch HD touchscreen display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels.

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Facebook App Arrives On PS Vita (video)

With the launch of Sony’s new PS Vita portable gaming console yesterday, a number of new application have been released on day one to help keep early adapters happy and launch the new games console.

One of those is the Facebook app which is now available to download from the PlayStation Store. Earlier today Sony Tweeted out the announcement that the Facebook App was now ready for the PS Vita. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Samsung Files Trademark For Galaxy Axiom And More

We are not expecting to see a lot of new smartphones from Samsung at MWC 2012 next week, although there will be a few, the main one that everyone is interested in, the Samsung Galaxy S III will be unveiled later in the year.

It looks like Samsung has a few new Galaxy smartphones in the works though, as they have just filed some trademarks for a number of devices related to mobile phones and smartphones, although we don’t expect to see these new devices next week.

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First Unreal Engine 3 PS Vita Title Announced

Doctor Who title Eternity Clock has already been revealed as the Doctor’s newest adventure, but the game will also be breaking new ground via the technology powering it. A more inauspicious start than you’d expect for an engine known for powering the vast majority of AAA titles on a machine whose main selling points are its home console-like power and controls.

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