Ghost Recon: Future Soldier Multiplayer Beta Announced

Ghost Recon: Future Soldier fans looking forward to the launch of the game, will be pleased to know that today Ubisoft has announced detailes for the Ghost Recon: Future Soldier multiplayer beta preview for gamers.

The Ghost Recon: Future Soldier multiplayer beta will commence on April 19th and continue until May 2nd. Giving you plenty of time to check out the new features within the upcoming game and see if its something you would like to add to your collection.

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Samsung Says No 3D For Galaxy S III Smartphone

We know Samsung’s new Galaxy S III smartphone is coming soon, and there have been a number of rumors about the device, and now Samsung has confirmed that the device will not come with 3D.

Samsung spoke to Engadget, to quash the rumor that their new flagship smartphone will not come with 3D, and they also said they have no plans for a 3D display in other new devices.

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Thinklabs Wrap Up, Looks After Your Mac Power Cables (video)

A new concept over on the Kickstarter website has been developed to provide a little more care andĀ connivenceĀ for your Mac Book power cables. Allowing you to easy wrap up and store your cables without them becoming tangled or damaged. Watch the video after the jump to see the Thinklabs Wrap Up designers take you through their idea.

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New Cisco Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Routers Unveiled

Cisco has this week launched a new range of Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Routers with app-enabled capabilities. The new routers range in price from $99-$199 and has been built to provide exceptional wireless performance and maximum throughput says Cisco.

New technology which is currently being developed by Cisco in conjunction with Whirlpool and more than two dozen other companies, app developers and service providers. Will provide users with applications to help manage their routers whilst out and about and way from its base location.

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PAC-MAN Real-Life Fan Film (video)

If you are a fan of the classic PAC-MAN game you might enjoy this new fan made PAC-MAN movie, which has brought the classic game to life and added a new twist.

The PAC-MAN computer game was originally developed by Namco and was first released in Japan way back on May 22nd, 1980. Since then the PAC-MAN character has appeared in more than 30 officially licensed spin-off games.


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Asus Transformer Prime TF201 Owners To Get GPS Dongle?

The Asus Transfomer Prime TF201 tablet has had a GPS issue that has been reported by many users ever since the tablet was released, Asus released a software update but that didn’t fix the problem for everyone.

Now it would appear that Asus has another solution in the works, according to a leaked email which appeared on the XDA developers, Asus will be giving owners of the device a GPS dongle for free to fix the issue.

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Dropbox Web App Now Supports Browser Drag-and-Drop, No IE Support

Dropbox has today released a great new feature for Chrome, Safari and Firefox users. However if you are using Microsoft’s Internet Explorer browser, unfortunately the new feature will not be available to you.

The update that has rolled out to the Dropbox web based app now brings with it support to drag-and-drop files directly from your desktop straight into Dropbox folders.


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HTC Evo 3D 4G LTE Prototype Leaked (Video)

Yesterday HTC announced the new HTC EVO 4G LTE, and along with the launch of the new handset, HTC also release a design video for the Evo 4G LTE, and the guys from The Verge spotted the following photo in the video.

As you can see from the photo the device features dual cameras and and a dual LED flash that were originally featured on the Evo 3D, so it could be possible that they are releasing an LTE version have a look at the video below.

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Google’s Sergey Brin Spotted Wearing Project Glass Prototype

Yesterday Google released a teaser video for their augmented reality glasses which the company calls Project Glass, and now Google’s co-founder, Sergey Brin has been photographed wearing a project glass prototype.

The photo below was taken by Thomas Hawk, and as you can see it features Robert Scoble, who spoke to Sergey Brin about the glasses and he confirmed that he was wearing a prototype device.

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LaCie eSATA Hub Thunderbolt Series Launched

LaCie has today unveiled a new addition to their storage range in the form of the LaCie eSATA Hub Thunderbolt Series. Which has been designed to connect eSATA hard drives to Thunderbolt-compatible Mac computers, enabling backwards compatibility.

Once connected the LaCie eSATA Hub Thunderbolt Series will also provide a increase in transfer speeds and enables you to daisy chain other Thunderbolt devices.

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BlackBerry PlayBook 4G Photos Appear Online

We have been hearing for a while that RIM will be releasing a 4G version of their BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, and now we have some actual photos of the device which were posted to the CrackBerry forums.

As you can see from the photos below there is a SIM card slot which is located where the HDMI out and charging ports are, and the device is expected to be launched some time this summer.

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