WIMM One Micro App Store Beta Opens Its Doors

WIMM has today open it new Micro App Store in its beta version to the public. Enabling owners of the fantastic WIMM One watch to be able to download some interesting application for their wrist mounted computer watches. Watch the video after the jump to see WIMM One developer kit in action after the break.

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NuForce Air DAC Wireless Audio System Unveiled

Nuforce has this week unveiled its new NuForce Air DAC’s wireless system. Which is being designed to enable you to stream music from your computers USB port directly to a variety of different receivers.

The NuForce Air DAC uses TX transmitters and DAC receivers are based on the new wireless technology called SKAA. Which provides seamless operation across multiple SKAA devices, and enables the system to easily be set up.

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Acer Liquid Glow Android 4.0 Smartphone Announced

Acer has just announced a new Android smartphone that it will show off at Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona next week, the Acer Liquid Glow.

The Acer Liquid Glow will come with the latest version of Google’s mobile OS, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and the device features a 3.7 inch touchscreen display.

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Killzone 3 Multiplayer Becoming Free To Play From Next Week (video)

Killzone 3 the 2011 first-person shooter for the PlayStation 3, developed by Guerrilla Games and then published by Sony, will be available to play for free from next week onwards.

As from next week Sony is making the multiplayer portion of the PS3 exclusive first person shooter for free from the PlayStation Network. Sony announced the news this week in its PlayStation Blogcast.

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Mu Folding Plug Arrives In UK Stores This Month

A new space-saving folding plug which has been designed by South Korea-born Min-Kyu Choi, who studied product design at London’s Royal College of Art. Will be arriving in stores later this month.

The new Mu Folding Plug solves the problem which the 3 pronged UK plug has always suffered with, a large and awkward size. The neat collapsing mechanism used within the design of the new Mu Folding Plug. Enables you to completely collapse down the 3 prongs of the plug into a slim rectangular shape.

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Asus Transformer TF101 Android 4.0 Update Lands In The US

Yesterday Asus started rolling out the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Transformer TF101 tablet to devices in Taiwan and said that other countries would follow shortly.

Now it would appear that Asus will be rolling out the update to the Transformer TF101 in the US from today, as Asus announced yesterday that the update would be available in the US today, and a number of users in the US have reported that the update has started rolling out.

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Lunar Flight Indie Game Finished And Ready To Land (video)

Anyone who enjoyed the retro game of lunar lander style games, might enjoy this last game developed and designed by indie games developers Shovsoft. Which brings the lunar lander game up to date with a 21 Century make over.

Watch the video after the jump to see Lunar Flight in action, and get a feel for the graphical experience you will be experiencing, which is just slightly different from the first Lunar Lander game.

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Apple Working On New Micro Dock For iOS Devices?

Apple’s iPhone, iPad and its range of iPods use a 30 pin dock connector, and now according to a recent report by iMore, Apple is working on a new micro dock connector.

According to the report, this would give Apple more space inside future devices, which would make room for larger capacity batteries, 4G radios and more.

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Google’s Rumored Nexus Tablet To Go Into Production In April?

We first heard that Google may be working on their own Android tablet a while back, and in January we heard that it would be called the Google Nexus tablet, following the same branding that they have for their Android smartphones which have been produced with various manufacturers.

We heard back in January that the device would feature a 7 inch display, and would be priced around the $199 range looking to take on Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablet.

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Lumus OE-31 Optical Engine Unveiled (video)

You might remember the Lumus DK-32 wearable display that was being showcased at CES earlier this year by Lumus. Now Lumus have revealed a little more information about their Lumus OE-31 Optical Engine which is used to create the heads-up-display (HUD) within the glasses.

The Lumus OE-31 Optical Engine can be used either in glasses, goggles or protective head gear to provide the users with more information via the HUD. The display lens can either be used in front of one eye or both. Watch the video after the jump to see more detail of the Lumus OE-31 Optical Engine from the recent CES show.

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