UN01 iPhone Case Makes Your iPhone 4 Look Like A Compact Camera

We have already featured a number of fun decals for the iPhone 4 that will give it the look of a compact camera, and now a case is being released that will make your iPhone 4 look like a compact camera, the UN01 iPhone 4 case.

It also comes with a strap so you can hand it around your neck, and use it like a camera, and it will be available in a range of different colors.

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Android Smartphone Sales Increase By 1,580 Percent In Europe

Yesterday we told you that Tesco Mobile had reported a large growth in the sale of Android smartphones, and not it looks like there is more evidence that Android sales are increasing in Europe.

According to research group IDC, sales of android devices have increased in Europe by 1,580 percent for the last quarter of 2010, when compared to the last quarter of 2009.

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Facebook Powered Browser RockMelt Enters Public Beta (video)

Rockmelt is a new type of browser that integrates with Facebook and allows you to keep up to date with your social network via a browser style interface. Rockmelt still currently under development but released a private beta last november and has now released a public beta version which you can now download and put through its paces.

It includes a number of great features to help you keep on top of your social network and allows you to quickly login to your Facebook account as soon as the browser starts.Watch the video after the break to see a quick advert about its features.



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Teradek Cube Adapts Virtually Any Camcorder Ready For Live Streaming

If you are looking to add live streaming capabilities to an existing camcorder, it might be worth your while checking out the new Teradek Cube.

The Teradek Cube has been designed and built to stream HD footage and is the world’s first camera-top wireless HD video encoder capable of streaming up to 1080p over WiFi or wired Ethernet.

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Microsoft Kinect Hacked For Home Automation (Video)

We have featured quite a few different Microsoft Kinect hacks here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one use the Kinect to control a home automation system.

As you will see in the video below, the home automation Kinect Hack, lets the user control his lights around his home, and it has been setup in a pretty clever way controlling various light depending on where people are in the room.

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Dragon Age 2 Released For Mac OS X

A few years ago playing new graphic hungry games on a Mac was hard work if not near impossible. But times have now changed and now Dragon Age 2 has been released on the same date as other consoles and the PC version, marking a first for Bioware.

New great quality games now finally look to be taking a foothold on Mac machines thanks to the help of Steam arriving on Mac OS X last year and the adoption of Mac’s by previously PC based users.

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OWC Announces 16GB RAM Kit For 2011 MacBook Pro’s

Apple recently released the new 2011 MacBook Pro range, and now OWC has announced a new 16GB RAM upgrade for this years new Macbook’s.

Should you need to upgrade the RAm to 16GB in your new MacBook Pro it is going to be fairly expensive as this new upgrade kit from OWC will set you back a massive $1,599, which works out at almost $100 per GB.

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XGearlive iPad 2 Carbon Fiber Case

XGearlive have unveiled their new iPad 2 case ahead of tomorrow’s official launch of the new Apple iPad 2. The XGearlive 360 Shield case pictured below, is constructed from carbon fiber and includes a kick stand to create the perfect angle for typing. Or positioning your new iPad 2 upright.

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VMware View For iPad (video)

VMware has now released a new iPad app that allows you to take control of your Windows PC remotely, in a similar vein to the already existing LogMeIn Ignition, GoToMyPC for iPad or Wyse PocketCloud Pro.

The difference according to VMware is that their iPad app uses PCoIP protocol for quicker and more reliable connections to the remote system and allows the user to use the iPad style gesture based controls or call up an on screen keyboard and tracker pad when a little more accuracy is required.

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Apple iPad 2 Gets Reviewed

The iPad 2 will go on sale in the US on Friday the 11th of March and in Europe and the UK on the 25th of March, the second generation iPad 2 comes with a range of new features over the original iPad.

Some of the new features on the iPad 2 include Apple’s new dual core processor, which is supposed to offer up to two times the processing power and nine time the graphics power of the original iPad.

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Gmail Labs Adds Smart Labels Feature

Google has added another method for users to filter and sort their never ending and growing inbox emails within Gmail this week with the addition of a new feature called Smart Labels.

Smart Labels is now available within the Gmail Labs section of your Gmail account and once enabled will sift through your inbox labelling your incoming mail into categories such as email from forums, mailing list updates or anything else you might be subscribed to and sorts them for you automatically.

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PS3 Firmware Update 3.6 Enables Cloud Storage

Sony has today released a new firmware update, version 3.6 to their PlayStation consoles that brings with it the ability to save game data to a cloud storage service. The new cloud storage that is connected to the the users PlayStation Network account, allows gamers to store up to 150MB of game data or a 1,000 data files.

The new service will work with most current PS3 games and will be supported by all new games released in the future. Once your data is uploaded you can then download it when required on any PS3, once you have logged in to your PSN account, allowing you to continue games in other locations and on other PS3 consoles.


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