Gunnar Optics MW3 Limited Edition Gaming Eyewear, Reduce Eye Strain In Style

Gunnar Optics has teamed up with Activision to release their limited edition Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Gaming Eyewear. The eyewear has been designed to help gamers reduce eye strain while engaging in extended gaming sessions, using LCD screens.

The new MW3 limited edition gaming eyewear  increases the contrast for greater visual accuracy and efficiency while gaming, enhances detail for sharper clearer vision, reduces glare and improves focus and decreases eye fatigue and dry eyes during gaming sessions.

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Awesome Portal Live Action Fan Film (video)

If you area Portal fan this awesome fan made live action film is a definitely worth a watch. The film runs for just under 7 minutes and starts a little slowly for some but bare with it as the action soon hots up. Watch it after the jump and let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Enjoy!

Portal Fan Film

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Nikon Announces Rugged AW100, Four New Coolpix S Series And P7100 Compact Cameras

Nikon has week launched 6 new cameras to its range in the form of a rugged waterproof AW100, together with four new Coolpix S Series compact cameras :  S8200, S6200, S1200pj, S100 and finally the Coolpix P7100.

The Coolpix AW100, as well as being a little more rugged and waterproof, capable of being used underwater to a depth of 33 feet, is also equipped with a 16.0-megapixel CMOS with backside illumination (BSI) for improved picture quality even in challenging low-light conditions. The new Coolpix AW100 will be available in early September 2011 for around $379.95

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Windows 8 New File Management Features Revealed (video)

The file management features within Windows have not drastically changed for a number of versions, but copying, moving, renaming, and deleting are by far the most heavily used features within Windows Explorer.

Well in Windows 8 Microsoft is looking to improve their functionality with a fresh look and redesign these everyday core operations. Watch a video created by Microsoft after the jump explaining a few of the new features they will be adding to their Windows 8 OS when it rolls out.

Windows 8 File Management

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Sony NEX-7 All-in-one Compact With Interchangeable Lens Officially Unveiled

As expected Sony has today officially launched their new NEX-7 all-in-one compact camera with interchangeable lens, the one used by Sony’s with its high-end Alpha a77 DSLR. The Sony NEX-7 is Micro Camera equipped with a 24.3 effective megapixels Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor and boasts the worlds fastest (0.02 sec) release time lag, combined with a quick responsive autofocus.

The NEX-7 is also equipped with a high-resolution XGA OLED Tru-Finder and built-in flash, and is capable of recording full HD movies with 50p/25p. There are also web options allowing you to capture directly as MP4 at 30 FPS at 1440 × 1080 or 64 0× 480 resolutions.

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Sony A65 Entry Level DSLR Camera Unveiled

Sony has unveiled its new entry level A65 DSLR camera this morning which is a pared-down version of its A77 model. The Sony A65 is however fitted with a 24-megapixel Exmor CMOS sensor, and is capable of 10 frames per second shooting with continuous autofocus. With an ISO range stretching from ISO 100-16,000.

Its also equipped with a standard 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 lens and its AF system is a little more scaled down when compared to the A77 as you would expect. Its constructed from polycarbonate and incorporates a XGA OLED Tru-Finder featuring an 2359k dot (XGA) resolution screen on its rear.

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Facebook Rolls Out Major Changes To User Privacy Settings (video)

Facebook has just rolled out a large update changing the way its user privacy setting are controlled, together with some new features that every Facebook user should be aware of. The latest update brings large amount of tweaks to the privacy settings but the major changes include: Inline Profile controls, Profile Tag Review, Content Tag Review, View Profile As, Inline Sharing Controls and Tag anyone.

The new update now include a feature for users who are tagged in a post, within a photograph or video, to now have the option to confirm or remove their identity before it appears on their profile. To help user understand the major changes a little better Facebook has released a video demonstrating the new update to their privacy settings which can be viewed after the jump.

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Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown Coming To XBLA/PSN 2012

You might have thought you had played Virtua Fighter 5 about four years back. You thought right! And wrong at the same time. It’s kind of the same logic that gives birth to about three new Street Fighter IV editions a year (we think, though make sure to Wikipedia it if you care that much), each more Hyper and Premium-Extremo than the last.

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Ubisoft Putting From Dust Online DRM Out Of Your Misery

Good news! Ubisoft’s seething hatred for its customers seemed to have simmered down to a slow boil. As a result, Eric Chahi’s well-received… RTS? God game? uhh… game will be drawing its first free offline breath about two weeks from now. We’re not sure what finally led Ubisoft to the conclusion that inflicting online multiplayer game problems on an offline single-player game without any reasonable justification was a valid business model, but we’re just glad they finally did.

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Could The Earth Have Seeded The Solar System?

It’s hardly a theory and the only guys testing if it were possible are running models in Mexico. See, the idea goes that in the darkness of our past when bacteria enjoyed dominion over a malformed world, particles broke off or were convulsed out of the Earth’s crust, sending them to the stars. What happened next? Read more after the jump.

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