Leaked: BlackBerry Messenger 6.0 Screenshots

Screenshots of the BlackBerry Messenger 6.0 application have been discovered showing the new user interface and the ability to be able to customise it with your own colour preferences.

Research in Motion hasn’t officially unveiled its new BlackBerry Messenger 6.0 to the public as yet but the team over at CrackBerry where able to get a few screenshots for use to view. The app is also thought to include tighter integration with Twitter, Facebook and other large social networks together with improved file sharing features.

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Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera

If you are looking to take more unique looking photographs or capture the creatures of the night, then this infrared digital camera called the Midnight Shot NV-1 Night Vision Camera, might well be worth a look.

When using the Midnight Shot  you can simply switch between standard photography mode and infrared night-shot mode to provide some interesting results.

Once in night vision mode the the infrared blocking filter that is normally over the lens retracts to allow infrared light to pass in to the camera. Together with a super-bright IR LED the camera its able to capture scenes that are invisible to our eyes.

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INQ Cloud Touch Facebook Phone Goes On Sale In The UK

Some of our readers will remember the INQ Cloud Touch Facebook smartphone that was announced back in February, good news if you have been waiting to get you hands on one as it is now available in the UK.

The INQ Cloud Touch is available for £299.95 without a contract, or from free subject to a new £18 a month contract, and it is available from the Carphone Warehouse.

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Google Rolls Out Malicious Download Protection To Chrome And Chromium

Google has today released new updates to the developer editions of its Chrome and Chromium software, building on the Safe Browsing API’s. The new update now provides users of both Chrome and Chromium protection against malicious file downloads altering them whenever any are detected.

The  experimental new feature has been released to the Chrome Development Channel for testing, and will initially alert against malicious Windows executables.

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White iPhone 4 Removed From Apple’s Website

More news on the elusive white iPhone 4, although this wont please Apple fans who have been waiting patiently to get their hands on one, as it seems that the white iPhone 4 has now been removed from Apple’s website.

The last official thing we heard from Apple was that the white iPhone 4 would be available in the spring, but now that it has been removed from the Apple website it does raise the question as to what is going on with it.

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Samsung Galaxy Prevail Android Smartphone Announced

Boost Mobile, which is part of US mobile network Sprint has announced a new Samsung Galaxy Android smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy Prevail, which is a new CDMA Android smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Prevail will come with Android 2.2 Froyo, and it features a 3.2 inch touchscreen display, a two megapixel camera on the back, plus a microSD card slot that can take up to 32GB cards.

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New Michelin Protek Max Bicycle Inner Tubes Self-Seal Their Punctures

Michelin have unveiled a new bicycle inner tube they have been developing, which when punctured reseals and repairs itself. The Protek Max inner tubes not only contain a sealant to help with the repair process but also compress when punctured to help with the repairing process.

The new Protek Max inner tubes have a slightly different square style cross section and profile to standard tubes. Which Michelin says helps the new inner tube align with the tire casing and against the rim well and provides easier fitting, eliminating the twisting problems, that are sometimes associated with standard inner tubes.

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HTC Pyramid To Be Called The HTC Sensation In The UK

We have already seen some leaked photos of the new HTC Pyramid Android smartphone, and now according to Pocket Lint, the HTC Pyramid will be unveiled next week at HTC’s event on the 12th of April, and it will be called the HTC Sensation.

It looks like the HTC Pyramid/Sensation will aslo get a new name for the UK, and it will be called the HTC Sensation, and it will be unveiled next Tuesday.

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Intel Unveils 10 Core Xeon E7 Processors

Intel has just revealed its latest high end, Xeon E7 10-core dual-threaded processor designed for high performance computers and servers. The new processors have been created to supports up to 20 threads and are based on the 32 nanometer manufacturing process, and are Intel’s first processors to include more than eight cores.

Xeon E7 10-core dual-threaded processor is up to 40 percent faster and more energy efficient when compared to its predecessors. They are equipped with 2TBytes of main memory, and 30Mbytes of last-level cache.

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Fring Android, iPhone App Launches Group Video Calling Into Beta (video)

Fring has today released a new beta version of its Android and iPhone application that brings with it the ability to group video call with up to four other Fring users. Watch the video after the jump to see the new video group conferencing in action.

The Fring application also acts as a front end for a number of existing services, allowing you to use only one application to send messages, engage in voice communications, and place video calls. Supported service include Twitter, Yahoo, AIM, Google Talk, Facebook, MSN, and Skype.


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BlueStacks Allows You To Run Android Apps On Your PC

A new software is currently under development called BlueStacks which has been designed to allow users to run Android applications on a Windows PC desktop, laptop or tablet.

BlueStack uses virtualisation to allow you to run Android apps alongside Windows apps and with the market now beginning to fill with Windows tablets this software may become a more useful for tablet owners than desktop users. As BlueStacks is has also been designed to use your Windows drivers allowing you to print from within the running Android apps without a problem.



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New HP webOS Smartphone Without A Keyboard Leaked

We have already seen some new webOS smartphones and tablets from HP this year and now it looks like HP has a new webOS smartphone without a keyboard in the works.

The photos below shows a new webOS smartphone without a keyboard, and it was obtained by the guys over at Pre-Central, from a trusted source who has been right about webOS leaks before.

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