Microsoft Unveils Mobile 5000 Bluetooth Tablet Keyboard

Today Microsoft has added a new keyboard to their range in the form of their new Mobile 5000 Keyboard which has been specifically designed for use with tablets.

The Mobile 5000 Keyboard is equipped with Bluetooth allowing it to connect to any other Bluetooth enabled tablet or device, and provides an ergonomic layout to make typing more comfortable.

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Asus Transformer Prime Launched In The UK, Goes Up For Pre-Order

We just got an email from the guys over at Asus to let us know that they have launched the Asus Transformer Prime here in the UK, and Asus’s new Tegra 3 powered Android tablet is available to pre-order in the UK from today, with prices starting at £499.99.

Asus have said that the Transformer Prime is now available for pre-order in the UK with a number of retailers, which include PC World, Currys, Comet, Amazon, Argos, Asda and many more.

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Microsoft Introduces So.cl For Students, Combining Web Browsing, Search, And Social Networking

Microsoft has today introduced a new search service called Socl designed for students that combines web browsing, search, and social networking for the purposes of learning.

So.cl (pronounced “social”) is an experimental research project, developed by Microsoft’s FUSE Labs, which has been created to focused on exploring the possibilities of social search for the purpose of learning.

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Apple’s iTunes Suffers Major Outage, Users Unable To Log In (Updated)

Updated 10.09 AM (GMT) 16th December 2011

A number of our readers are reporting they are now able to log in to their iTunes accounts, we have just managed to log in as well and it looks like things may be back to normal.

It looks like Apple are experiencing some problems with iTunes this morning, as a number of users are unable to log into iTunes from their Mac or PC, and when they try to log in they get a message saying their Apple ID or password is incorrect.

I was in the process of installing iTunes Match, and just noticed this myself when trying to log into iTunes on my Mac, although I was able to log into iTunes on my iPhone, and was greeted with a new set of iTunes terms and conditions to agree to.

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Corsair Vengeance Gaming Keyboards And Mice Arrives In Stores

Back in September Corsair unveiled their new line of Vengeance gaming mice and mechanical keyboards, and as promised they have now arrived in stores. Allowing you to enjoy a little more comfortable gaming over the holiday period.

Corsair’s new Vengeance PC range of gaming peripherals includes four new input devices: The Vengeance K60 and Vengeance K90 gaming keyboards, together with the Vengeance M60 and Vengeance M90 gaming mice. Watch a promotional video by Corsair after the jump to see a little of what the new gear can provide.

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Sony Ericsson Releases Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Alpha ROM (Video)

Sony Ericsson is expected to release Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for its Xperia range of devices early next year, possibly January and they have now made an Android Ice Cream Sandwich alpha ROM for Xperia devices available for developers.

The video below shows Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich running on an Xperia smartphone, and it is available for the Xperia Arc S, Xperia Neo V and Xperia Ray.

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AT&T 4G LTE Samsung Galaxy Note Launching In January

We recently heard that the Samsung Galaxy Note would be headed to AT&T, and now it looks like the device will launch on AT&T in January of 2012, although there will be a few changes to the device for AT&T.

It looks like the AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note will be a 4G LTE enabled device, and it will also feature a new processor over the existing GSM version, a Qualcomm dual core 1.5GHz MSM8660 processor.

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Dell Stops Selling Netbooks

Dell recently decided to kill off their Dell Streak 7 and Dell Streak 5 tablets, and now it would appear the company is killing off another gadget, Netbooks, according to Brad from Liliputing.

And it looks like Dell has now confirmed to The Verge that they will no longer be selling netbooks with a 10 inch display or smaller, so we can probably expect to see some new ultrabooks from Dell instead.

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Siri On The iPhone 4 Is Now Legally Possible

We have already seen Siri running on the iPhone 4, and now it seems that we may get a port of Siri on the iPhone 4 from the developer community is it is now legally possible to port Siri to the iPhone 4.

Apple has now released the iOS 5.0.1 update for iOS devices, and according to iPhone developer @MuscleNerd, the latest version of Apple’s iOS now makes it possible to port Siri to the iPhone 4 without any sort of piracy.

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iTunes Match Launches Internationally

Yesterday morning we heard that some iTunes users were able to purchase Apple’s iTunes Match outside of the US, we ere able to purchase it in the UK, although were unable to use it.

Now it looks like iTunes Match has rolled out internationally, as we are now able to use the service this morning, and users from other countries around the world are also reporting that iTunes Match has gone live.

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Mugen Power Launches SE Arc Battery

If you are the user of a Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc smartphone that needs more runtime from your device, Mugen has a new battery for you. The larger battery also comes with a new battery door. If you don’t have a black device, don’t worry.

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Archos 35 Android Home Device Now Available

Archos has announced that the Archos 35 home connect is now available. This device surfaced back during the summer and you can pick one up now. The 35 is a small device designed to sit on a desk or nightstand. It has Android onboard and its own little touchscreen for control.

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