Dell Launches Ultrasharp U2412M 24 Inch IPS Monitor

Dell has added a new monitor to their Ultrasharp range with the launch of the Dell U24212M monitor which features a 24 inch display with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels.

The new Dell 24 inch monitor features an IPS LED backlit display, and it comes with a contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, and features 1 DVI, 1 DisplayPort, 1VGA port, and 5 USB ports.

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Apple Releases iOS 4.3.5 Update

About 10 days ago Apple released the iOS 4.3.4 update which was designed to fix a security flaw in Safari, and now Apple has released another update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, iOS 4.3.5.

The new iOS 4.3.5 update is compatible with the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad and iPad 2 as well as the third and fourth generation iPod Touch, and it is another security update for iOS devices.

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Sandisk Announces New Ultra SSD Range For Consumers

Sandisk has launched a new range of solid state drives, which are designed to be used in older computers and notebooks the Sandisk Ultra SSDs, and Sandisk are aiming these new SSDs at consumers.

The new Sandisk Ultra SSDs are available in three different sizes of 60GB, 120GB and40GB and the feature reported read speeds of up to 280MB a second and write speeds of up to 270MB a second.

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Google Adds Extra EXIF Info To Photographs

If you enjoy viewing photographs on Flickr and use the extra EXIF information listed with each image like the exposure, focal length and others to improve your own photography skills. You will be please to know as from this week Google is now be displaying the same EXIF information next to images within its Google Image search service.

The information is displayed as clicking the results and includes Exchangeable Image File Format (EXIF) specification data, detailing the camera used to take the shot, settings, focal length, flash usage and exposure bias. Together with the copyright and usage rights associated with the image by the person who created or edited the image.

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LG Thrill Hits AT&T For $99.99 In The Coming Weeks

The last thing we heard about the LG Thrill was that it would launch on AT&T sometime in the summer, and now it looks like it will be available within the next few weeks and it will retail for $99.99 when you sign up to a new two year contract with AT&T.

The LG Thrill is the AT&T branded version of LG’s Optimus 3D, and it comes with a 4.3 inch 3D display that can display 3D content without the need for 3D glasses, it will come with Android 2.2.

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Get It All Wrong With The Wrongulator

While the accompanying picture below is self-explanatory regarding the charms of the Wrongulator, an insightful discussion is still required. Why? Because you might be thinking it’s a fancifully named calculator. It’s not.

It’s a Wrongulator for a reason: It gives the wrong answer every time. “Total rubbish”, as the product page describes it. Rubbish indeed, but fun rubbish. Especially when you want to prank someone.

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AT&T Getting Ready For iPhone 5 Launch In Early September

Yesterday we heard a rumor that the possible iPhone 5 launch date would be the 5th of September, now there is more evidence which points to an early September release of the iPhone 5.

According to a recent report by the BGR, US mobile carrier AT&T are getting ready for the launch of the iPhone 5, and it is expected to be announced by Apple at the end of August and go on sale in early September.

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God of War Master Collection Confined To Germany For The Moment

Try was we might, we just can’t figure out a good reason for the God of War Master Collection to only be available in the most censorious, violence-averse country on this or any other planet. Well, pretend violence-averse to be exact. We’re still coming up blank though and Sony isn’t saying much apart from reiterating that the collection is “currently only slated for the German market.”

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PlayStation Vita Online Modes Revealed

To be perfectly honest, we were sort of wondering when the scuttlebut on the Vita’s revamped online modes would hit the grapevine, if only because we knew Sony would have to bring out a few new tricks to compete with the 3DS’s awesome Street Pass. Apparently, they knew it too, which is why they just simply showed up with their take on Street Pass, among a few other things.

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