Mozilla Releases Firefox 7 For Mac, Windows And Linux

Mozilla only released Firefox 6 last month, and now they have released another new version, Firefox 7 for Windows, Mac and Linux, and it comes with a range of performance improvements over the previous version.

According to Mozilla Firefox 7 is designed to significantly reduce the memory used and also make browsing faster, and from what we have seen so far, although we have only tested it briefly it does seem faster than Firefox 6.

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Microsoft Launches New Windows Phone Marketplace Website

Microsoft has started to roll out its latest version of Windows Phone, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango, and along with he update Microsoft has also released a new version of its Windows Phone Marketplace website.

You will now be able to download applications from the Windows Phone Marketplace online directly to your Windows Phone 7 handset, and there is also a number of other new features like find my phone.

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Speakal Announces iHog iPhone Speaker Dock

We have featured a number of different speaker docks for the iPhone and iPod here at Geeky Gadgets, the guys over at Speakal have announced their latest fun iPhone dock, the Speakal iHog.

The iHog is the follow up to the iPig which was launched a few years ago, and it will work with your iPhone and iPod touch and comes with a 20 watt sub-woofer.

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Toshiba Thrive 7 Inch Android Tablet Announced

Toshiba has added another tablet to its Thrive range of Android tablets, the latest one comes with a 7 inch display  which features a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels, plus it comes with Android 3.2 Honeycomb.

Other specifications on the Toshiba Thrive 7 inch tablet include a dual core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor, a five megapixel camera on the back with an LED flash and a front facing 2 megapixel camera.

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Google Nexus Prime Gets Bluetooth Certification

We have been hearing rumors about the Google Nexus Prime, which is being made by Samsung for Google for quite a while now, and more evidence of the devices existence has appeared online.

The Samsung GT-I9250 has now received Bluetooth certification, which you can see over at the Bluetooth website, although it doesn’t reveal any other specifications on top of what we have heard before, apart from Bluetooth 3.0.

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HTC Radar Windows Phone Mango Smartphone Headed To T-Mobile

HTC announced its new Windows Phone Mango smartphone a few weeks back, and now T-Mobile in the US have confirmed that the HTC Radar will be available on their network before the holidays.

As we heard previously, the HTC Radar features a 3.8 inch multi-touch touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, processing is provided by a single core 1GHz processor and there is also512MB of RAM and 8GB of storage.

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Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch Watch

The guys over at Tokyoflash just dropped us an email to let us know about their latest geeky timepiece, the Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch Watch, which originally started out as a design concept and has now gone into production.

The Tokyoflash Kisai Rogue Touch Watch is the first touchscreen watch for Tokyoflash, and it comes with a range of functions, which include date, alarm, dual time, and an LCD always on display.

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Journey Hands On: Flower Creator’s New Opus Forgoes Gameplay For Visuals

Indie games are rarely subtle. We don’t mean gameplay, of course, they’re all kinds of subtle when it comes to subverting gameplay conventions, tackling a player’s frail psyche and anything else you can imagine that can be stretched and ratcheted onto a framework of mechanics. We meant something a lot more trivial than that – the graphics. Indie games are rarely subtle when it comes to what they throw onto your retina.

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Guild Wars 2 Hands On: An MMO For The Rest Of Us

There are more easygoing introductory MMO experiences out there than the one offered by Guild Wars 2. You can find them in games like Club Penguin and Free Realms. They’re not that much mellower, though. And before you Guild Wars fans bristle at the association, rest assured there’s not a stitch of negativity in the comparison.

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Batman Arkham City Hands On: Batman Fights Like A Girl

Starting out the Arkham City demo by giving you control over Catwoman was the first shrewd move Rocksteady made. Padding out that leather suit with a downright distracting amount of simulated badonkadonk would be the second. But you need to get up pretty early in the morning to pull the wool over our eyes. There was no way we weren’t going to notice that there wasn’t much of a difference between Batman and Catwoman’s combat mechanics. On the plus side, there was no way were going to care, either.

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