WREX Titanium Adjustable Pocket Wrench

If you enjoy Swiss army knifes and pocket gadgets, the WREX Titanium Adjustable Pocket Wrench might be a gadget for your arsenal. Being constructed from high-grade 6AL-4V titanium, heat-treated 154CM stainless steel the Wrex adjustable pocket wrench weighs in at just 2.9 oz (82 grams)

Included on the pocket device is an adjustable wrench, a replaceable titanium coated knife blade, phillips and flathead screw driver,  wire stripping hole, bottle opener and glowing tracer lanyard.

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PlayStation Games Appear In The Android Market

Now that the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play has gone on sale in the UK and Europe, a number of PlayStation games have started to appear on Google’s Android Market.

Some of the games available in the Android Market, include titles like Cool Boarders 2, Destruction Derby, Syphon Filter and MediEval, and with Sony announcing that there will be 60 games available for the Xperia Play, we should see more PlayStation games added to the Android market shortly.

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Skypes Creates A Competition To Correct Its Skype 5 For Mac Design

In an attempt to correct the problems with user ability in the recent versions of Skype 5 for Mac. Skype has decided to let the users vote and has started a competition inviting designs for a new chat layout.

The competition comprises of three rounds each lasting three weeks, with two winners being selected at the end of each stage. A Skype judges’ choice winner together with a people’s choice winner, as voted for by Skype users. The six winners will then go forward as finalists to battle it out for the grand prize.

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Sony Xperia Play Launching With 60 Games

We just got an email from the guys over at Sony, letting us know that the Xperia Play will launch with a total of 60 different games. The Xperia Play launched in the UK last night, and it is now available in the UK and Europe.

Among the games available at launch are some favourites like Need for Speed, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell, Worms, N.O.V.A2, Cool Boarders 2, Destruction Derby and many more.

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Twitter Removes Infamous Quickbar From iOS Devices

Twitter has finally listened to its customers and has today released an update to its iOS application that has now removed the Quickbar referred to by some as the “Dick Bar” after CEO Dick Costolo.

The dreaded Quickbar was only added last month in an update which was designed to make access to photos, trends, and links much easier. The new bar appeared above the main Twitter feed, displaying one of the days most popular trending topics.

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Sony’s Music Unlimited Headed To Sony NGP

It looks like Sony’s Music Unlimited service will be available for the Sony Next Generation Portable (NGP), according to a recent report by Eurogamer, and this will bring around 6 million songs to the Sony NGP.

Sony has confirmed that people who use Sony’s Music Unlimited service will be able to access tunes from the service on their NGP, and there are a couple of different plans available for the Music Unlimited service.

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Zshock Lunatik, The $18,000 iPod Nano Watch

We have featured quite a few different watch straps that will turn your iPod Nano into a digital timepiece, now it looks like there is on available which will cost you around $18,000.

Tthe Zshock Lunatik is basically an iPod Nano, with a fancy watch strap that has been encrusted in diamonds, and will probably appeal to people who have some cash left over after buying an $8 million iPad 2.

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The Typescreen Retro Typewriter iPad Dock

We have featured quite a few different docks and accessories for the iPad here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is called the Typescreen, and it is basically a typewriter style keyboard dock for the iPad and iPad 2.

Unlike previous versions we have seen, this one actually physically types on the iPad’s keyboard when you press a key on the typewriter, which is certainly a unique way to type emails and notes on your iPad.

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Time Warner iPad App Channels Removed, They Explain Why

Recently Time Warner released an iPad app that let people view live TV on their iPad, the app was available to subscribers of their TV and Internet services, but now it looks like some of the channels have been pulled from the application.

It looks like some of the TV networks were less than happy about their channels being available on the iPad, and after Time Warner has been contacted by both Fox Cable, Viacom and Discovery they have had to remove certain channels form the app, and they have issued the following statement.

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DIY iPhone Hotshoe Adds A Light Meter To Your DSLR

There is a cool application for the iPhone, called Pocket Light Meter, which turns your iPhone into a light meter and will tell you what settings to use on your DSLR to get the best photo.

The app uses the camera on your iPhone to let yoy know what shutter speed, f-stop and ISO settings to select on your DSLR, the only problem with the app is that you need to hold your iPhone up to get the setting and then use your DSLR.

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Witness Turns Your Mac Into A Burglar Alarm

Witness is a new app for your Mac and it will work with any Mac with a built in iSight camera, what it does is detect movement, so you can set it up in your home when you are out to make sure no burglars are trying to steal your precious gadgets.

If Wintness is activated it will automatically send an alert to your iPhone or iPad, along with photos and videos of what is happening in your house or apartment.

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