Capture iPhone App, Provides Instant Video Record Button, So You Never Miss The Action

If you have an iPhone but sometimes find by the time you have opened the camera app, then selected the video option and started recording you have already missed the action. A new application might be worth checking out called Capture, which allows you to start video recording with just one-click.

Simply install the Capture application and position the its button in your dock for easy access. As soon as you press it your iPhone will start recording making sure you never miss the money shot.


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Objet Launches Compact Objet260 Connex 3D Printer (video)

Objet has just launched a new compact office friendly 3D printer which is capable of jetting 2 materials at the same time to create advanced composite materials in one part, during a single print run.

Allowing designers and engineers to be able to create prototypes which will closely resemble their end-product with 60 different build materials available to choose from providing the capability to create up to 14 different materials in a single model part. Simulating anything from rubber to transparency to rigid ABS-grade engineering plastics. Watch a video demonstration after the jump.

Compact Objet260 Connex

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iRiver Story HD To Come With Google’s eBooks Platform

Google has just announced that the iRiver Story HD, which is due to go on sale in Target from the 17th of July will be the first e-reader which will come with integrated Google eBooks platform, and you will be able to purchase Google Books over WiFi.

The iRiver Story HD will retail for $139.99 and it wilkl have access to hundreds of thousands of Google eBooks which you can buy and over 3 million free books.

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Toshiba Unveils Next Generation Smartphone CMOS

Toshiba have just unveiled their newly developed CMOS specifically designed for smartphones which currently has the smallest pixel size in the industry of just 1.12 micrometers.

As well as having the smallest pixel size Toshiba’s new CMOS image sensor is also equipped with back-side illumination (BSI) technology, together with improved image sensitivity and performance. As smartphones continue to pack more technology in to their ever decreasing case sizes the new CMOS will help with the miniaturisation yet retain image quality and performance.

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CDock iPhone Clock Dock

We have featured quite a few different iPhone docks here at Geeky Gadgets, as well as a few that will turn your iPhone into a full featured bedside clock, although none of them have featured a stylish design a the C/Dock iPhone Clock Dock.

The CDock iPhone clock dock is made from a combination of walnut and either brushed aluminum or glossy black resin, and it also comes with a six foot long USB cable, have a look at the photos below.

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Alienware Adds Bigfoot Killer Wireless-N Network Adapter To Its Notebook Range

Alienware has today announced that it is now adding Bigfoot’s integrated Killer Wireless-N 1103 networking adapters to its M11x, M14x, M17x and M18x gaming notebooks. The new Bigfoot Killer Wireless-N Network Adapter has been designed to provide gamers with a superior wireless networking Speed with data rates up to 450Mbps when enabled with 802.11n with 3 spatial streams, but of course actual wireless throughput will vary.

Together with jitter free connections using Bigfoot Networks’ exclusive Advanced Stream Detect technology which automatically classifies and prioritises latency-sensitive network traffic for online games, HD video, voice and audio, keeping your WiFi connection smooth at all times.

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Neostitch iPhone 4 Case, Lets You Create Your Own Design

We have featured quite a few different iPhone cases here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one will let you create your own designs, although it will require some needlework skills, the Neostitch iPhone 4 case.

The case comes with a number of patterns that can be used to stitch your design, or you could make up one of your own, and the case is available in six different colors.

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FlickKey Keyboard, The World Smallest Virtual Keyboard (video)

FlickKey is a tiny virtual keyboard, which the creators say is the worlds smallest virtual keyboard, and uses just 6 buttons to provide all the characters on a full QWERTY keyboard.

The six flick-able keys let you access 9 characters on each which are selected by pressing a key and then flicking it in the direction of the character you wish to select. If you need to select the centre character simply press and release the button. You can see the FlickKey keyboard application in action after the jump.


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Fujitsu Unveils Next Generation Colour E-Paper (video)

Fujitsu has this week unveiled is new next generation cholesteric LCD colour E-Paper and demonstrated its capabilities in Tokyo at the International Digital Publishing Expo. Fujitsu latest FLEPia colour device is still under development and still has a few areas that need to be worked out before a solid commercial solution can be released using the next generation technology.

One such area is its refresh rate, which as you will see from the demo is still a little slow at 0.7 of a second. You can watch a demonstration of the new Colour E-Paper after the jump.

Fujitsu Colour E-Paper

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Augmented Reality Cinema Brings Movies To Your Location (video)

A great new concept called the Augmented Reality Cinema is being developed which would allow movie buffs to actually see the movie clips play out in their originally filmed locations.

By using GPS the application leads you to locations around the UK and then plays your favourite movies using augmented reality over the top via your iPhone allowing you to see the movie in location. Watch the demo after the break to see the Augmented Reality Cinema app in action.

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Samsung Hercules Coming To T-Mobile In September

The last thing we heard about the Samsung Hercules was back in May, and now it looks like the Hercules will be headed to T-Mobile in September according to a recent report, and it is basically T-Mobile’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S II.

According to the guys over at TMO, the Samsung Hercules will feature a 4.5 inch Super AMOLED Plus display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, it will also come with Android 2.3 and will have NFC (Near Field Communication) capabilities.

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