iRemoco iPhone Remote Control App And Helicopter (video)

If you are looking for a little more fun from your iPhone, a new remote control application and helicopter has been launched by iRemoco that might well be worth a look. The gyro-stabilised iRemoco Helicopter bundle comes with a RC helicopter and iPhone dongle that plugs into your sync port on the bottom of your iPhone providing a link from the iOS app to your helicopter.

You can control your helicopter using either 3D joysticks on the iPhones screen or use the iPhone’s on board motion control by simply tilting your phone. Watch the video after the jump to see the iRemoco iPhone Remote Control App And Helicopter in action.


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MySaver Stops Your iPhone, iPad, And iPod Cable From Breaking (Video)

We have featured quite a few different accessories for the iPhone, iPad and iPod here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is one of the more useful ones we have seen and definitely a great idea, it is called MySaver and is currently a Kickstarter project.

One of the major problems with the standard Apple cables that come with the iPhone, iPad and iPod is that they tend to break after a certain amount of time, this is where MySaver comes in as it is designed to stop the cables from breaking.


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Boxee iPad App Arrives Complete With Airplay

Boxee has now finished the development of their new iPad application that has been designed to allow users to watch and transfer playback between their iPad and HTPC even midway through a movie or program. The new Boxee iPad application also includes Airplay allowing you to stream its contents to your iOS devices with ease.

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Perceptive Pixel Create Worlds Largest Multitouch Display Measuring 82 Inches

Perceptive Pixel has unveiled its latest creation in the form of a massive 82 inch capacitive multitouch display, which has taken its place as currently the worlds largest multitouch display.

The Perceptive Pixel 82 inch display has a high definition resolution of 1920 x 1080 combined with a 120Hz, touch response time of <1ms and has been built to provide mission-critical reliability. Perceptive Pixel have designed the new display with classrooms and corporate boardrooms in mind but also states that military applications have also been considered.

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Google’s First Ice Cream Sandwich Devices Coming In October?

We know that Google is working on the next version of Android which is called Android Ice Cream Sandwich, and we know that it will launch some time in the fourth quarter of 2011.

Now according to the guys over at the BGR, Ice Cream Sandwich may actually launch in October, as Google is looking to push the release of Ice Cream Sandwich up to a similar time as the iPhone 5 launches which is expected to hit at the end of September or beginning of October.

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Dunhill Solar Charger

If you are looking for a slightly more stylish way to recharge your devices using the suns rays, it might be well worth your while checking out the new Dunhill solar charger which has been unveiled this week.

Dunhill’s solar charger is constructed from aerospace grade aluminum and includes a neat little solar panel which swivels out from underneath the aluminum cover when required.

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Sprint’s Latest Smartphones Leaked

The guys over at Engadget have obtained some information on a number of new smartphones which are headed to US mobile carrier Sprint, and the devices include the Samsung Epic 4G Touch, which is a Samsung Galaxy S II.

Next up is the HTC EVO Design 4G, which is Sprint’s version of the HTC Kingdom, and finally there is the new Motorola Admiral, although there are no details as yet on exactly which device the Motorola Admiral is.

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Bluelounge MiniDock Wallet Socket iOS Charger (video)

Bluelounge an International award winning design studio has launched a new iOS charger called the MiniDock which transforms any plug socket into a charging station for either your iPhone or iPod.

The Bluelounge MiniDock has been designed to remove the unsightly cables needs to charge iOS devices and simply plugs directly into a spare plug socket. Enabling you to also free up desk space from charging cables and devices. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Motorola Xoom Gets Android 3.1 Honeycomb In Europe

Motorola has announced on Facebook that they have now started rolling out the Android 3.1 Honeycomb update to Xoom owners in Europe, it it looks like the update will be rolled out in stages, although Motorola hasn’t given any information on which countries will get it first.

A number of users in the UK have reported that they have already started to receive the Android 3.1 Honeycomb update for the Motorola Xoom.

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Toshiba Qosmio F755 3D Glasses Free Notebook Announced

Toshiba has announced another 3D notebook in the form of the Toshiba Qosmio F755 3D, which Toshiba is calling the first classes free laptop, and it features a 15.6 inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

The Toshiba Qosmio F755 is capable of displaying 3D content without the need for a pair of 3D glasses, it also comes with an Intel Core i7 processor, plus NVIDIA GeForce 540M graphics.

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Official Star Trek Theme Park Beaming Down Shortly

If you are a Star Trek fan you might to please to know that a new $1.5 billion Star Trek theme park has just received the go ahead thanks to King Abdullah of Jordan.

The new Star Trek theme park is expected to be finished by 2014, ready for Trekkies to start arriving, and is planned to be the centre piece of the new Red Sea Astrarium resort in the coastal city of Aqaba.

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Amazon’s Android Tablet To Be Called KindleAir?

Amazon has registered a new domain name which could possible hint to the name of Amazon’s new Android tablet, the domain name in question is, which could mean that the new Amazon Android tablet will be called the Amazon KindleAir.

Of course the KindleAir name could also be for the next generation Amazon Kindle, which has been rumored over the last few days, although we suspect Amazon will keep the name ‘Kindle’ for its eBook readers and may use the KindleAir for their Android tablet.

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