Nokia Sabre Windows Phone Prototype Leaked?

Next week at the 2011 Nokia World, which starts on the 25th of October and takes place in London, we will finally get our first look at Nokia’s new Windows Phone 7 smartphones.

Yesterday we saw some leaked photos of the new Nokia 800 and today we have another photo which is reported to be of the Nokia Sabre Windows Phone, and from the looks of the photo below it is a prototype version of the device.

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Capta Smartphone Tripod Mount (video)

If you have ever wanted to securely fix your smart phone to a tripod you will already know how awkward this can be. Well a new handy device has been developed and is now looking to make the jump from concept to manufacture over on the Kickstarter website.

The device is called Capta and it has been designed to enable you to easily and securely fixed any smartphone with a flat back to a camera tripod using a custom designed fitting and special suction pad. The suction pad is reusable and holds your smartphone securely in place when needed but allows you to easily remove your smartphone once you have finished. Watch the video after the jump to see the innovative mount in action.


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Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime Teaser Page Goes Live

Yesterday we finally got some official confirmation from Asus on the second generation Eee Pad Transformer tablet, which will be called the Eee Pad Transformer Prime, and will feature NVIDIA’s new quad core Kal-El processor, the NVIDIA Tegra 2.

Asus also announced that the Eee Pad Transformer Prime will be officially unveiled on the 9th of November, and they have now put up a teaser page on their site, they also released a teaser video the other day which you can see here.

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Google Reader Update Lands Next Week, Bringing Google+ Integration

Next week Google is has announced that it will be rolling out a new revamp of its RSS Reader application which will bring with it closer Google+ integration. New features in the update will include a brand-new user interface design together with tools that will link Reader and Google+, allowing you to share your favourite feeds with your friends and followers in your Google+.

In the same vein many of the social features currently within Google’s Reader application will also be made available via Google+. So when they update lands sometime next week existing features like friending, following and shared link blogs currently within the Google Reader application will be removed.

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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.

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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