HP To Release Software Update For HP TouchPad

More good news today for fans of HP’s TouchPad tablet, earlier we heard that HP will be releasing one final run of HP TouchPads, and now HP has announced that they will be releasing a further software update for the TouchPad.

HP haven’t given any details on what exactly will be included in the software update for the TouchPad, all they have said is that it will be released as an OTA (Over The Air) update and it will enhance the platform and functionality.

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Mozilla Firefox For Tablets Gets Previewed

Mozilla has shown of a new version of its popular Firefox browser for tablets, specifically for Android Honeycomb tablets, and the popular browser gets a new tablet friendly user interface.

Firefox for tablets is based on the original smartphone version of Firefox, although it has been optimized to make use of tablets larger displays, and it will feature tabs and many more function just like in the mobile version.

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Motorola Pro+ Android Smartphone For Europe Announced

Motorola has announced its latest Android smartphone for Europe and Asia, the Motorola Pro+, which is an Android 2.3 Gingerbread device with a QWERTY keyboard.

The Motorola Pro+ features a 3.1 inch multi-touch display with a resolution of 480 x 640 pixels, there is also a 4 megapixel camera with an LED flash and built in auto-focus.

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Samsung Galaxy S II Gets Official For US

Samsung has finally officially announced the popular Galaxy S II for the US, and it will be available with three of the major US carriers in the US which include AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint.

Sprint will be calling their version the Samsung Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G, and it will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 4.52 inch Super AMOLED Plus display, a 1.2GHz dual core processor, WiMax 4G, an 8megapixel camera with an LED flash on the back and a front facing 2 megapixel camera, plus Bluetooth and 802.11 B/g/n WiFi.

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Apple Wants Their MacBook Pro 3G Prototype Back

Some of our readers will remember the MacBook Pro 3G prototype that we featured on the site a few weeks ago, the device turned up on eBay and reached a massive $70,000 in bids before it was removed from eBay by Apple.

Now it looks like Apple want’s its prototype back, and there is also an interesting story behind the device, it was originally purchased by Carl Frega, who bought it on Craiglist.

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iPhone 5 Camera Parts Leaked

As we are waiting for an official announcement from Apple on the new iPhone 5, we are starting to see more and more parts leaked which are reported to be for the new iPhone 5.

Over the last few days we have seen some casings from the iPhone 5 (N94) prototype, and now we have some photos of some camera parts which are reported to be for the iPhone 5.

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HP To Produce More TouchPad Tablets To Meet Demand

Recently HP decided to kill of the TouchPad tablet, they also dropped the price of the TouchPad down to $99, and were met by huge demand for the tablet, and it quickly sold out everywhere.

HP were obviously taken by surprise by the response to the price drop, and have decided to produce one last run of TouchPad tablet, which will be sold for the same $99 discounted price as before, so HP will obviously be taking another loss on the last run of TouchPad’s.

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New Dragon Age 3 Details Emerge

Dragon Age 2 had problems. Dragon Age 3 will have some as well. Hopefully not as many and from the looks of it, possibly not the same ones. Among the things the Dragon Age team is working to fix, according to Dragon Age franchise Creative Director Mark Laidlaw, are companion equippables, repetitiv content, surprise enemy waves and quite a bit more. It’s all been rounded up in a nice little package on NeoGAF.

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Mass Effect 3 To Be Shepard’s Last Ever Game

Phenomenally stupid  female Shepard hair colour polls aside, Commander Shepard was probably one of the most memorable protagonists Bioware has ever created. Bioware isn’t really known for drawing its protagonists’ stories, however and Shepard is definitely not getting even a hint of special treatment. Mass Effect 3 is the last game featuring Shepard as anything other than a cameo (and/or Citadel shop spokesman).

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Modern Warfare 3 32-Player Multiplayer Details Leaked

32-player Multiplayer has been all but confirmed for the latest entry in Activision’s bestselling parenting software series, Modern Warfare 3. The information comes from a leaked gameplay video. The names of thirteen multiplayer maps can also be gleaned from said video: Carbon, Coast, Dome, Exchange, Hardhat, Interchange, Lambeth, Meteora, Mogadishu, Paris, Plaza, Radar and Seatown. No doubt vitally important to remember if you plan on following Tube conversations between twelve year olds.

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Dish Network Tailgater Lets You Watch the Game at the Game

I am not the tailgating sort of person when it comes to sports. You can see more at home on the TV. Apparently, there are some out there that want to hear the crowd roar, but want to watch on TV at the same time. For this sort of person dish Network has the Tailgater allowing you to hit the stadium and then watch in the parking lot. That sounds really weird to me.

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