Motorola Lapdock 100 Gets Official

We have been hearing about the new Motorola Lapdock 100 for a while now, it is now official and the Lapdock 100 will be available for Sprint, AT&T and Verizon Motorola smartphones in the US.

The Lapdock 100 will be compatible with the Motorola Atrix 2, the Motorola Photon 4G and the Motorola Droid Bionic, and it basically turns your smartphone into a laptop.

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Asus Zenbook Ultraportables Land In The US

Asus announced their new ultraportable notebooks a while back, in the form of the Asus UX21 and UX31, and now they have gone on sale in the US, and Asus are calling them the Asus Zenbook ultraportable range.

There are a total of five different models available, two with 11.6 inch displays and three models with 13.3 inch displays, and the come with a range of Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, solid state drives and more.

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Seagate GoFlex Cinema Multimedia Storage Hub

If you are looking for a convenient way to store all your media files ready for playback on your HDTV without the need for a PC. The newly unveiled Seagate GoFlex Cinema system might well be worth a look and has been designed to provide you with a multimedia storage hub for a huge variety of file types and is available in either 1TB, 2TB or 3TB capacities.

The Seagate GoFlex Cinema also allows you to transfer files and photographs directly to it from your camera via a USB 2.0 port and also has stereo audio output, and an S/PDIF digital optical audio output.

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Verizon And Sprint Will Unlock iPhone 4S For International Travelers

Apple’s new iPhone 4S will be available in three networks in the US this Friday, AT&T which uses GSM and Verizon and Sprint, which uses CDMA, and the Phone 4S will run on both GSM and CDMA networks.

It looks like Sprints version of the iPhone 4S will come already unlocked, so this will mean you will be able to us it on GSM networks when you are abroad, and CDMA networks when you are in the US.

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Battlefield 3 Destructive Trailer (video)

As you might already know the new Battlefield 3 game will allow you to destroy certain buildings during gameplay and to show you just how much damage one solider is capable of causing a quick 1 minute trailer has been released packed full of buildings being flattened. Together with the odd aircraft and chopper hitting the dust. Enjoy!

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Google Nexus Prime And Android Ice Cream Sandwich Coming 18th October?

Earlier today we heard a rumor that Google may be set to unveil the Google Nexus Prime or Samsung Galaxy Nexus some time this month, and now more details have been revealed which could mean that Google will unveil Android Ice Cream Sandwich and the Google Nexus Prime on the 18th of October.

According to the guys over at Droid Life, Google may unveil their next generation Nexus smartphone and the next version of Android in Hong Kong on the 19th of October at 9AM, which is the 18th of October at 6PM in the US.

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Gran Turismo 5 Spec 2.0 Launches Today, Opening Movie Sequence Unveiled (Video)

Today Gran Turismo 5 developers Polyphony Digital have launched the biggest update for Gran Turismo 5, that the racing game has ever seen, called Spec 2.0. Which comes with a new opening sequences that plays for around 5.15 minutes.

The new Spec 2.o update brings with a number of new features that allow you to save game progress during lengthy racing events, and also adjust weather conditions for races using a slider functions to control the intensity of the elements. Watch the new Spec 2.0 intro after the jump. Enjoy!

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Sony Recalling 1.6 Million Bravia LCD TVs Worldwide Due To Melting Components

Sony has today announced  an massive worldwide recall of its LCD TVs after several sets have experienced melting components and smoke emitting from their Bravia TV sets. 11 incidents have been reported in Japan but the same configuration of components could affect Sony TVs worldwide.

The recall will will involve around 1.6 million Sony LCD TVs that were manufactured during 2007 and 2008 and were mainly sold in Europe and the United States.

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Apple’s iCloud Goes Live Ahead Of iOS 5 Launch

Apple is expected to release the latest version of its mobile OS, iOS 5 later today, and it looks like Apple’s new iCloud service has gone live, although you wont be able to use it until Apple releases iOS 5 and the update to OS X Lion later today, unless you have the iOS 5 GM.

Earlier we heard that Apple had released iTunes 10.5, and they will also be releasing an update to OS X Lion later today at the same time as iOS 5 is released, which we are hoping should arrive soon.

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Samsung Ambushes Apple’s iPhone 4S Launch In Sydney

Samsung and Apple aren’t exactly the best of friends at the moment, with more than 20 different court cases taking place around the world, and now it would appear that Samsung has decided to Ambush the launch of the new iPhone 4S in Australia.

According to the guys over at The Next Web, Samsung have rented a pop up store just a few doors down from the Apple Store in Sydney, Australia, and Samsung are offering the Galaxy S II to the first 10 people in line between now and Friday for $2.00.

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