Verizon Software Updates For Five Droid Devices Announced

Verizon Wireless has announced that it will be releasing a range of software updates for five of its Droid devices which include smartphones and tablets, and the updates are designed to fix a number of bugs and also provide battery improvements.

The updates will be available for the Droid Bionic, the Droid Xyboard 10.1 and 8.2, the Droid RAZR Maxx and the original Droid RAZR, with some of the updates being released immediately.

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StroM Bouqeti Quadricycle Concept

If you are looking for something a little different from your traditional two wheeled cycle, why not consider this fantastic Quadricycle. Designed by Martin Strohmeier the StroM Bouqetin Quadricycle has been created to provide a solution for serious trail riding and touring using a Quadricycle.

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Multiple Kickstarter Projects Pass $1,000,000 In Funding

Only yesterday we were bringing you news that the new concept iPhone Elevation Dock, we had featured here on Geeky Gadgets was nearing the $1,000,000 milestone for pledges on Kickstarter.

Today not one but two projects have now passed that milestone, allowing concepts to make the jump to production and setting new records. As well as the iPhone Elevation Dock, the Double Fine Adventure video game project based in San Francisco, being developed by Double Fine and 2 Player Productions has also passed the 1 million pledge mark, with still 32 days left to go.

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iPad 3 Retina Display Compared To Other iOS Devices

We have been hearing rumors that the new iPad 3 will feature a much higher resolution display than the existing model, and the device is reported to come with a 2048 x 1536 resolution Retina display.

If the iPad 3 does feature a 2048 x 1536 resolution display, that would mean that you would be able to video a full HD movie on the iPad’s 9.7 inch display and also other content at the same time, which certainly sounds impressive.

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Scosche bassDOCK iPad Speaker Dock Launches

Scosche have this week announced the launch of their new bassDOCK iPad speaker dock, which can be used with either first or second generation Apple iPads. Scosche bassDOCK is equipped with a 2.1 sound system with 40mm stereo speakers to deliver smooth mids and brilliant highs, together with a 3″ subwoofer to produce rich and powerful bass audio.

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Windows 8 On ARM Gets Detailed (Video)

Microsoft has revealed more information on Windows 8 on ARM which it calls WOA, and the company has said that WOA devices should start shipping at the same time as PCs designed for x86/64 chipsets.

Microsoft also announced that Windows 8 on ARM will come with a range of built in applications, including Office 15, with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, OneNote and Excel.

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HTC Announces Android 4.0 ICS Update Coming To Some Devices In March

HTC announced a while back that they would be releasing the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for some of their devices this year, and now HTC has confirmed on their Facebook page, that the Android 4.0 update will land in March on certain devices.

HTC has said that the update will roll out by the end of March, and the devices to get the update include the HTC Sensation, the HTC Sensation 4G, HTC Sensation XE, shortly followed by the HTC Sensation XL.

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Google Working On New Home Entertainment System?

Google already has Google TV, which the company is trying to get into our living rooms, and it would appear that Google is also developing a new home entertainment system.

According to a recent report by the WSJ, this new Google home entertainment system is designed to stream music wirelessly around your house, and it is likely to be powered by Google’s Android OS.

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Another Google Wallet Security Flaw Discovered (Video)

Yesterday we heard that the PIN security on Google Wallet had been cracked on rooted Android devices, and now a new security flaw has been discovered in Google wallet, although this one affects all users of Google Wallet.

The new security flaw was discovered by the guys from The Smartphone Champ, and this one seems to be a lot more easier to access, as all that has to be done is reset the data in the Google Wallet application on your Android device.

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