Sony A77 Images Leaked

We heard about Sony’s replacement for the A700 back in February, the A77, and now some new photos have been leaked as well as some more information on the Sony A 77.

The Sony A 77 is reported to come with a 24 megapixel sensor, and it will be capable of recording HD video, so we presume that will be Full HD in 1080p, and it will come with a new semi transparent mirror, with something that Sony calls ‘Translucent Mirror Technology”.

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Astroclip Lets You Photograph The Cosmos With The iPhone 4 (Video)

We have featured quite a few different accessories for the iPhone 4 here at Geeky Gadgets, I think this is the first one that is designed to let you photograph the moon and galaxy, the Astroclip.

The Astroclip was created by designer Matthew Geyster from Base One Labs in Boston, and it is an add on for your iPhone 4 that lets you hook up your iPhone to a telescope, you can then take pictures of the cosmos using the camera on your iPhone 4, you can see some photos taken with the Astroclip below.

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Google+ Close To 20 Million Users

Google’s social networking service, Google+ has been incredibly popular since it launched just over two weeks ago, and according to Paul Allen, the founder of, who has been researching how many users Google+ has, Google+ is getting close to 20 million members.

Just last Friday, Google officially confirmed that Google+ had reached 10 million users, and according to Paul Allen, Google+ will hit 20 million users by the end of this week.

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Google Labs To Be Wound Down

Google has announced that it will be winding down Google Labs, the move comes as part of the companies efforts to prioritize their various products, and the announcement came in a blog post titled ‘more wood behind fewer arrows’, which refers to Google’s CEO Larry Page’s statement that he made during Google’s recent earnings calls.

Google has said that this will mean that many of the Google Labs experiments will come to an end although they did state that they don’t have any plans to change in product experiment channels for Maps Labs and Gmail Labs.

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Microsoft: New Xbox Is Old Xbox With New Services

Despite what you might have heard, the new Xbox is probably not going to be at E3 2012 except maybe in announcement form only, but that apparently doesn’t stop people from speculating and asking about it. And when you run one of Microsoft’s better known first party studios, like the one responsible for the Xbox avatars and Kinect Sports, you probably tend to get asked about it a lot.

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Activision: Guitar Hero Ripe For A Comeback

The timing seems a bit arbitrary, but what with Child of Eden gathering praise from all corners, Activision probably feels the need to strike while the iron is still hot. Which is precisely what it’s doing, according to CEO Bobby Kotick, who revealed that the franchise is currently being revived in a recent interview. He also took the opportunity to assess some past rhythm game mistakes.

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OS X Lion Install And Hands On

Today OS X Lion has finally arrived and I thought I would share my first impressions with you on the final release version. So without wasting any time I download the final release version from the Mac App Store and installed in on my iMac. The file download size is 3.74GB and once downloaded popped up a window asking to install.

After a quick restart the new install started counting down from around 30 minutes but took a lot less on my iMac, but the install time will depend on the machine its being installed on.The installation process was extremely straight forward with no problems or glitches of any kind.

With regards the look of the new Os X Lion, even though there have been a few tweaks to the overall style of Lion OS X in certain places such as menus, applications and the like, the overall feel is very similar to OS X Snow Leopard. One thing that is noticeable within OS X Lion is the speed at which commands are process when compared to the older OS X Snow Leopard.

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Samsung Galaxy S II Hits The US In August

Samsung has had huge success with the new Samsung Galaxy S II smartphone in Europe and other countries, Samsung has already sold more than 3 million S II handsets, unfortunately for our friends over in the US, Samsung still hasn’t released the Galaxy in the US as yet.

Now it looks like we may have a firm launch date for the US Samsung Galaxy S II, and according to the president of Samsung mobile, Shin Jong-Kyun, the Galaxy S II will finally land in the US in August, although he didn’t give an exact date.

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Apple Kills Off The Original MacBook

When Apple announced its new range of devices today, which included the new MacBook Air, Mac Mini and Apple Thunderbolt Display, the original MacBook had disappeared from the Apple Store online.

We just spoke to Apple and they have confirmed that the original MacBook has been discontinued, which means that the MacBook Air is now Apple’s entry level MacBook and the cheapest model available.

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Apple Thunderbolt Display Announced

As well as releasing OS X Lion, the new 2011 MacBook Air, and the new Mac Mini, Apple has also updated their LCD cinema display, and just like the leaked one we saw recently it comes with Intel’s Thunderbolt technology and is now called the Apple Thunderbolt Display.

The Apple Thunderbolt display features a 27 inch LED backlit screen with a resolution of 2560 by 1440 pixels, and it also features IPS technology which gives the Thunderbolt display a viewing angle of 178 degrees.

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