Google Adds Fun New Meme Text Feature To Google+

Today Google has rolled out a new fun feature to its Google+ social network that now allows users to add text to images. Enabling them to create their very own Memes directly within Google+.

Google has made it extremely easy to add text to a images. Simply drop an image in to the “Sharebox” on Google+, then click the “Add text” and your away. If you a Google+ user brace yourself for a tidal wave of images covered in text trying to be the next global meme.

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NES Controller Hacked To Play iCade iPad Games

If you have any NES controllers lying around and enjoy a little gaming, you might be interested in this new hack that has been created by Paul Rickards. Who has taken a standard NES controller and modified it to work on the iCade games on the iPad.

Rickards admits the hack happened as a accident, while playing around with iMAME on his iPad together with his homebrew Commodore 64 keyboard. Which is connected to his iPad via a modded USB connection, he accidentally struck a key. Which then prompted iMAME to say “enabling iCade mode”.=

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Samsung’s 46 Inch Transparent Window LCD Display Goes Into Production

On the weekend we showed you Samsung’s new 46 inch inch Transparent Windows LCD display, which Samsung has been showing off at this years CES and now Samsung has confirmed that they are putting this interesting display into production.

The Transparent Windows LCD display is designed to be used for a wide range of purposes, from exhibition displays to subway platform doors, electronic signs and more.

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Syndicate Co-op Demo Arriving This Month (video)

Gamers looking to give Syndicate’s Co-op mode a play, will be pleased to learn that today EA has announced they will be launching a Syndicate Co-op demo. That will be arriving at the end of this month on both PSN and Xbox Live.

The new demo will allow four players to join forces and enjoy an early taste of the new Syndicate game which is currently being developed by Starbreeze Studios. Unfortunately for gamers in Australia the demo will not be available, due to the Syndicate game being refused classification by the Australian Classification Board.


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WristQue Wristband Has Been Designed To Control Your Smart Surroundings

MIT researchers Have been working on a new concept wristband called the WristQue, which has been created to allow you to interact with smart building. While wearing the new wristband if you enter a smart building it will be able to track your location from room to room, and if you feel a little cold you will be able to automatically change the rooms thermometer by pressing buttons on the WristQue.

MIT researchers Joe Paradiso and Brian Mayton began the project in October. The project is still in the very early stages of development, and it is hoped that it can be developed to provide even more interactivity in the future. Including motion gestures which will be able to control TVs and computers.


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Nokia Lumia 710 Now Available For Free In The US

Nokia recently launched their first Windows Phone smartphone in the US, the Nokia Lumia 710, and the device has been available with mobile carrier T-Mobile for $49.99 when you sign up to a new two year contract with the carrier.

The device hasn’t been available for very long in the US, and it scheduled to launch in the UK next month, now one US retailer has already decided to drop the price of the device and is giving it away free when you sign up to a new two year contract with T-Mobile.

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Sega Brings The Olympics Games 2012 To Your Console, With Kinect And Move Support (video)

Sega has announced the release date for its official Olympic 2012 video game today, that will support both Microsoft’s Xbox 360 Kinect device and Sony’s PlayStation 3 motion controllers.

The new motion controls will be available to use in a number of sporting events within the game including 110m Hurdles, Beach Volleyball (Kinect only) and 25m Rapid Fire Pistol (Move only).

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Facebook Open Graph Actions To Be Officially Announced Tomorrow?

Facebook has already officially rolled out its new Timeline and Ticker as part of its Open Graph revamp. Now it looks possible that Facebook may be unveiling its new Open Graph Actions feature, that it will be adding to its new re-design according to the AllThingsD website.

The announcement by Facebook may be made as early as tomorrow, with Facebook unveiling their new service which enables apps made by outside developers, to “frictionlessly” and continuously share Facebook users’ actions. Once a user has given permission to the application to do so.

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Windows 8 Tablet Hardware Requirements Revealed

We are expecting the first Windows 8 tablets to be launched some time later this year, and now details have been revealed on the hardware requirements that manufacturers will have to use to produce Windows 8 tablets.

The news comes from the guys over at Within Windows who have been analyzing the recently released Windows 8 hardware documentation to find out what the requirements will be.

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RIM To Launch Two New Playbook Tablets In 2012?

RIM launched its first tablet last year, the BlackBerry PlayBook, which hasn’t had the best response and has been met with disappointing sales for RIM, which has led the company to recently drop the price of the tablet.

According to a recent report from N4BB, RIM isn’t giving up on its PlayBook tablet, instead the company will introduce two new PlayBook tablets before the end of 2012.

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Huawei Ascend P1 With LTE And Larger Battery On The Way?

Huawei recently announced their latest Android smartphone, the Huawei Ascend P1, and now according to a recent report the company may be about to release an LTE enable version of the P1 along with a larger capacity battery.

The new comes from the guys over at Blog of Mobile who have managed to get their hands on a leaked image of the new LTE enabled P1, which you can see in the second photograph[h below, the first photo is of the Huawei P1 that was announced recently.

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