New LG Prada Smartphone In The Works

LG has already produced a couple of smartphones with fashion brand Prada, and now the company has announced that LG has signed a new agreement, which will see more LG Prada branded smartphones in the future.

It looks like we will see a new LG Prada smartphone some time in 2012, and this teaser image which you can see below was sent along with the press release from LG.

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QPAD MK-85 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard With Full N-key Roll Over Via USB

QPAD has just announced the addition of a new mechanical gaming keyboard to their range, with the unveiling of their new QPAD MK-Series Mechanical keyboards. The QPAD MK-85 is the world’s first mechanical keyboard offering full N-key roll over via USB.

The N-Key roll over feature makes sure that each key press is scanned completely independently by the keyboard hardware, so that each keypress is correctly detected regardless of how many other keys are being pressed or held down at the time.

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Fujifilm X-S1 Bridge Camera Announced

Fujifilm has announced the launch of the Fujifilm X-S1, which the company describes as a new breed of bridge camera, and it features a Fuji non 26x optical zoom lens, plus digital zoom of up to 52x with a 35mm equivalent range of 24-1248mm.

The Fujifilm X-S1 features the same 2/3-inch 12 megapixel EXR CMOS sensor as the Fujifilm X10, and it is capable of shooting up to 10 frames per second, plus it can record full high definition video in 1080p.

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Infinity Blade 2 Visuals Revealed (video)

Epic Games and ChAIR Entertainment has this week revealed a look at the visuals, which will be included in the new sequel iOS game Infinity Blade 2, which has built on the success of the original iPhone,iPod Touch and iPad game.

This time the developers have created a game which they say will push the iOS hardware to it limits, and create a much more artistic game environment for users. Watch the video after the jump to hear the developers thoughts, and preview what you can expect from the next instalment.

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The Angry Birds Pizza

Angry Birds is one of the most popular mobile games of all time, and with that popularity comes a wide range of Angry Birds themed merchandise, plus some cool fan created Angry Birds stuff.

The latest thing to get the Angry Birds treatment is my favourite food, pizza, someone decided to create an Angry Birds pizza, which you can see in the photo below.

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Twin Lens Retro Camera Kit

Have you ever fancied building your very own twin lens camera? Well, if you have, or you just find the price of the modern DSLR cameras a little steep for your pocket. A new kit has been created for $20 that will provide you with everything you need to build your very own retro 35mm camera, just like the one pictured below.

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Google TV Apps Update Brings New Features

Google has announced on the Google TV Blog, that a number of their Google TV applications have been updates, these include the YouTube and Photo apps, this comes just a few weeks after Google released a major software update for Google TV connected devices.

Google has also said that they plan to update many of their other apps for Google TV, and we will also see updates from many of the third party application developers who also develop apps for the platform.

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Google Starts Future Proofing Gmail Security

Google has this week announced via a blog post that it is enabling, forward secrecy by default on its Gmail service. Which will make sure that any emails you have written today will stay as safe in the future when faster and more powerful machines will become available that might be able to decrypt the security.

Google explains that initially, only Chrome and Firefox will use the new forward secrecy by default, when using Google services, as at the moment Microsoft’s Internet Explorer doesn’t support the combination of ECDHE and RC4. But Google do hope to be able to support Internet Explorer in the future.

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Samsung Confirms Galaxy Nexus Volume Fix On The Way

It looks like owners of the new Samsung Galaxy Nexus should be getting a software update for the device which is designed to fix the volume bug on the handset, yesterday Google confirmed they had an update in the works.

Now Samsung UK has also released a statement, this time the new came via Twitter, and Samsung have also said that they are working to deliver the software update.

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Gears of War 3 Versus Booster Map Pack Now Available (video)

A free Gears of War 3 Versus Booster Pack DLC has been released for Gear of War 3 fans today. Which brings with five new multiplayer maps for you to enjoy.

The five maps included in the Gears of War 3 Versus Booster Pack are :Blood Drive, Rustlung, Azura, Bullet Marsh and Clocktower. You can view a quick preview of Clocktower after the break.

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Apple’s HDTV To Launch Mid 2012?

We pretty much  know apple are working on their own version of a TV set for our living room, this much was revealed in the Steve Jobs biography by Walter Isaacson, as Steve Jobs’s says in the book that he had finally cracked it.

The device, which we really don’t know anything about is rumored to come with Apple’s voice activated virtual assistant, Siri, built in, the service is currently available on Apple’s new iPhone 4S.

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Google Blacklists File Sharing Sites : The Pirate Bay, isoHunt, 4Shared and More

This week Google has added a number of high profile file sharing sites to its blacklists, and removed them from its search pages. The additions to Google blacklist which include, The Pirate Bay, isoHunt and 4Shared to name a few. Have now been removed from Google’s Auto complete and Instant searches. However the actual pages for the sites do remain indexed with Google pages and can currently still be found on other Google country searches.

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