Apple TV 3 To Be Announced Tomorrow With iPad HD?

We have been hearing rumors over the last few weeks that Apple are getting ready to launch the new Apple TV 3, as a number of retailers have been out of stock of the existing Apple TV.

Now it would appear that Apple’s own retail stores are out of stock of the existing Apple TV, according to a recent report by Mac Rumors, 98 percent of Apple’s retail stores in the US are out of stock of the Apple TV.

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Blue Tiger, The First Pressure Sensitive iPad Sylus Unveiled (video)

Ten One Design, the manufacturer of iOS device cases, styluses and stands, have this week unveiled a new pressure sensitive stylus called the Blue Tiger which is a first of its kind for the iPad.

Ten One have released a video of an unfinished pre-production stylus together with its companion application being used on an iPad with great effect. Watch the new stylus in action in the demonstration after the jump.

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Samsung Galaxy Pocket Android Smartphone Announced

Samsung has added another Android smartphone to their growing Galaxy range with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Pocket, which is a budget Android smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Pocket comes with Androd 2.3 Gingerbread and it features a 2.8 inch QVGA LCD display with a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels, processing is provided bu an 832MHz processor and the device comes with 3GB of expandable storage via a microSD card slot.

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Mass Effect 2 Cloud Saves Will Not Work With Mass Effect 3 Confirms EA

EA has today confirmed suspicions that the older Mass Effect 2 game saves that are currently stored in the new Xbox Live Cloud game save area will not work with the new Mass Effect 3 game.

However don’t despair there is a way you can circumvent the glitch to still play with your older Mass Effect 2 game saves and continue your character, if you can still access the system you played the game on.

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LG Lucid 4G And Droid Fighter Headed To Verizon Wireless

The guys over at Droid Life have discovered some details on two new Android devices that are headed to US mobile carrier Verizon, the devices are the Droid Fighter and the LG Lucid 4G.

There does not seem to be any information on exactly what the Droid Fighter is, and the LG Lucid 4G is said to be the rumored LG Cayman which will apparently launch on the 29th of March.

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Gigabyte U2442 Ultrabooks Announced

Gigabyte is the latest company to announce a laptop using Intel’s Ultrabook platform with the launch of the Gigabyte U2442 Ultrabook, and there will be two different models available the U2442V and U2442N.

Both models come with a 14 inch HD+ LED backlit display with a resolution of 1600 x 900 pixels and there is a choice of Intel’s latest Core i5 and i7 processors.

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Google Search History Lands On iOS And Android Devices

Google has today announced that its rolled out a new update to its mobile searches which brings the addition of a new “Recent” button for both iOS and Android devices.

Any searches you now carry out if you have your Web History enabled and are logged into Google when doing the search, will now be available to you from your mobile device.

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Google And Motorola Ordered To Give Apple Android Development Data

Google and Motorola have been ordered by a US Judge to hand over information about the development of Google’s Android OS to Apple, in relation to a patent lawsuit.

Motorola also have to give Apple information relating to the $12.5 billion takeover of Motorola Mobility by Google, and it is relating to a patent lawsuit between Apple and Motorola that was filed back in 2010.

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MIT Launches New App Inventor For Android Into Public Beta

Anyone who enjoyed using the Google’s App Inventor for Android in its first release will be pleased to know that is now returned thanks to MIT.┬áBack in January of this year Google made their App Inventor for Android, Open Source, now today MIT have now announced that they have now launched their first beta version of the new App Inventor to the public.

When the beta App Inventor for Android site launched earlier today it received so much traffic that the site buckled under the load. But now everything seems to be back as planned.

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Roccat Power Grid App For Project Phobo Keyboards Unveiled

Gamers who are looking to add a little more functionality to their keyboard controls might be interested int he new keyboard smartphone dock from Roccat called the Roccat Phobo Project which combines with the Roccat Power Grid application.

The Roccat keyboard allows you to dock your smartphone and use the Power Grid app to monitor your PC RAM, CPU status together with connection for communication via Facebook, TeamSpeak, Skype and Twitter to name a few.

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