New MacBook Pro’s Launching Next Week?

We have been hearing rumors over the last few week that Apple have been getting ready to launch some new MacBook Pro’s, the guys over at 9 to 5 Mac recently discovered some new MacBook Pro part numbers, and now it could be possible that the new MacBook Pro’s may launch next week.

According to the report new new MacBook Pro’s will be priced exactly the same as the existing models, although we don’t as yet have any details on what new hardware may be inside the new MacBook Pro’s.

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Droid Bionic Dual Booting With CyanongenMod 7 (Video)

We have already seen CyanogenMod 7 running on the Droid Bionic, and now we have another video which shows the Droid Bionic dual booting into CyanogenMod 7, the hack was originally done of the Droid 3 and then the same method was used on the Droid Bionic.

The video below shows the Droid Bionic dual booting Android 2.3 Gingerbread with CyanogenMod 7, and it uses an original hack for the Droid 3 which was put together by developer hashcode.

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Galaxy Nexus Video Camera In Action (Video)

Samsung and Google unveiled their first Android Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone the other day, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, and it features a 5 megapixel camera which can record full HD video in 1080p.

Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich also features a new camera application, the video below was shot using the camera on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Android’s new camera app, it features some time lapse sequences, make sure you watch it in 1080p.

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Xbox Next To Launch In 2013?

We haven’t heard much about Microsoft’s next generation Xbox, which has been rumored in the past to be called the Xbox 720, now it would appear that Microsoft’s new Xbox console may be called the Xbox Next.

According to a recent report, the Xbox Next is scheduled to launch in 2013, and may possibly be unveiled at E3 2013, the news comes from the guys over at Develop, who have apparently obtained the information from multiple sources.

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Steve Jobs Was Ready For ‘Thermonuclear Wars’ With Google Over Android

Steve Jobs’s biography, which has been written by Walter Isaacson, will be published on Monday, and it would appear that the Associated Press has already managed to get their hands of a copy of the book, which will be called ‘Steve Jobs’.

One of the things revealed in the book is just how upset Steve Jobs was with Google over their Android OS, which you can see below and it makes for interesting reading.

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T3 NLRV Police Vehicle Is A Certified Lawmaster (Video)

If you missed the Judge Dredd homage at the title, stick around for further explanation. Anyway, seen below is a supposed non-lethal response vehicle, which you can call the NLRV for short. It’s the latest from T3 Motion, a company that does robust business with its law enforcement-centric tricycles and mobile platforms. What sets the NLRV apart are its armaments (non-lethal of course). Apparently it carries twin automated guns that fire pellets. Since the world is in the cusp of an anarchic revolution, maybe this could not have come sooner.
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New PlayStation 3 Hack Emerging?

Not to worry though, it’s not the “steal your credit card number” kind, it’s more along the lines of facilitating the running of games from burned Blu-Ray disks.  Details are scarce at the moment, but apparently the hack known as “JB2″ works, just like earlier attempts by using a USB dongle to bypass security when booting up a console.

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Sony Closing In On Assassin’s Creed Movie Rights

For such a successful and well curated IP, we’re not entirely sure why Ubisoft would want to let Hollywood have its way with Assassin’s Creed, but word is filtering out that that is apparently the case. Sony is all but confirmed as the recipient of the affectionately nicknamed Ass Creed movie rights, following the last round of negotiations.

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NetSecure Kudos Credit Card Acceptance Kit Hits US

If you are running a small business and need a way to for your people on the road to charge credit cards, there are a number of systems on the market. Many of those systems only support the iPhone though. A new system is now available in the US that will work with other smartphones and it is called the Kudos credit card acceptance kit.

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DXG Launches DXG-5F9V 3D 1080p Glasses Free Camcorder For $299

The DXG-5F9V camcorder has been designed to allow you to capture either 3D or 2D video at full high definition 1080p, and requires no special glasses to be able to view or film 3D movies. Its also equipped with a 120X digital zoom for video and a 60X digital zoom for still photography and includes HDMI connections for viewing on a large screen HDTV.

The 3D DXG camcorder is capable of recording 1920 x 1080 video at 30fps or 720p at 60fps in both 3D and 2D and features a 3.2″ LCD Monitor. it also comes with an internal 128MB memory but an SD slot is provided to expandable its memory up to 32GB.

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Onedof Turntable Will Play Your Vinyl Collection For $150,000

If you enjoy playing and collecting vinyl records the Onedof player might be the perfect accompaniment to your vinyl collection, unfortunately the only problem is it will set you back $150,000. The One Degree of Freedom (Onedof) turntable has been created by Colorado aerospace engineer Aleks Bakman and has been designed to provide virtually resonance-free operation.

The Onedof is equipped with a a massive sound-dampening platter that is suspended on a specially-developed self-centering bearing in a non-resonant liquid suspension, that has been created to eliminate the kind of shift or wobble common to all cylindrical bearings.

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