Samsung’s Super Bowl Launch Is For The US Galaxy Note

Earlier today we heard that Samsung would be launching a new device during next Sunday’s Super Bowl, the news came from Samsung on Twitter, and it turns out that the device Samsung ill be launching is one we have already seen, the US Samsung Galaxy Note.

So unfortunately it looks like we wont see a new tablet announced or the new Samsung Galaxy S II, so I guess we will have to wait until next month at MWC 2012 to see what Samsung has to unveil.

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New Cedar Trail HP Mini Netbooks In The Works

Last week HP launched the HP Mini 1104 netbook, which comes with Intel’s latest cedar Trail processors and is designed for business and education users, and now it looks like HP will be updating their consumer range of netbooks to Intel’s Cedar Trail platform.

New versions of HP’s Mini 110 and Mini 210 netbooks have appeared on a French retailers website and they come with the latest Intel Atom processors.

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Dual Port HD USB 3.0 External Video Card Unveiled By Targus

Targus has launched a new USB 3.0 Dual Video Card which is equipped with DisplayLink DL-3900, and is the first to use it in a display only device. The new Targus USB 3.0 Dual Video Card is equipped with both HDMI and DVI HD outputs that will enable you to connect two addition displays to your laptop or USB 3.0 enables PC, using a single USB 3.0 port, and providing a you with a resolution of up to 2048 x 1152 on each one.

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HTC Ville Appears On Video

One of the new smartphones that we are expecting HTC to launch at MWC 2012 in Barcelona next month is the new HTC Ville, we have heard quite a lot about this new Android smartphone over the last few weeks.

Now we have a video of the HTC Ville in action which was put together by the guys from HTC Hub, and we get our first look at the HTC Ville in the video below.

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Apple Final Cut Pro X Update 10.0.3 Introduces Multicam Editing And More

Apple has today announced a new update 10.0.3 thats rolling out for its new Final Cut Pro X video editing software which launched around seven months ago. The new FCPX update brings with new features including multicam editing that automatically syncs up to 64 angles of video and photos.

The new Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 update also includes a multitude of new tools including for editing and now automatically syncs clips from your shoot using audio waveforms, time and date, or timecode. To create a Multicam Clip using up to 64 angles, which can include frame sizes, mixed formats, and frame rates, and which can be edited using a new powerful Angle Editor to fine tune your projects.

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The iPhone Lens Wallet

Mobile phone cameras are becoming more and more popular, we have already seen a number of add on lenses for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, and now the guys from Photojojo have launched the iPhone lens wallet.

The iPhone Lens Wallet is designed to let you carry your multiple iPhone lenses around with you, and it can be purchased as a standalone wallet or with a number of different lenses for your iPhone.

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Flowfold Water Resistant Tablet Cases Uses Carbon Fiber, Kevlar and Pentex Mix (video)

iPad owners looking for a light weight eco-friendly water-resistant case for their Apple device, might be interested in the new Flowfold iPad case. The Flowfold iPad case is a basic sleeve design which has been constructed using sailcloth made of Carbon Fiber, Kevlar, Pentex or Polyester matrixes sandwiched between Mylar films. From leftover sail scraps that have been recycled, together with a soft inner liner made of recycled bottles to protect your iPad.


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Panasonic Lumix FX80 Compact Camera Announced

We have already seen a couple of new compact camera from Panasonic today, and now we have another new one, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX80, which comes with a bright F2.5 LEICA DC VARIO-SUMMARIT lens.

According to the announcement, the F2.5 lens is 25 percent brighter than the F2.8 lens, and it offers a faster shutter speed, and is capable of capturing clear blur free images even in low light.

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Google Says They Are Changing Privacy Policies Not Privacy Controls

Last week Google announced that they would be changing their privacy policies over all their different services, with more than 60 different privacy policies being rolled into one policy.

After the announcement Google were contacted by members of the US congress with regard to the new privacy policies, in which the company was asked to respond to a number of questions, you can see Google’s response here.

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15,000 Lumen LED XM18 Light (video)

If you need a little more light on a subject than a normal LED torch can handle. Why not consider using one of these awesome 15,000 lumen LED lights, which is sure to emulate anything you point it at, whilst blinding anything in its path at the same time.

The XM18 is constructed using 18 smaller LED flashlights, which have been combined to gather to create the massive 15,000 lumens of light. All powered by 32 Lithium batteries and kept cool using an integrated fan cooling system. Watch a demonstration of just how powered the XM18 LED light can be after the jump.

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Xbox 720 Not Coming This Year?

We have been hearing a number of rumors about the next generation Xbox console, which may be called the Xbox 720, and we were expecting to see the device launch before the end of 2012.

Now according to Microsoft France, the Xbox 720 will not launch this year, in a recent interview with Le Point, Microsoft’s France’s marketing director, Cederik Delmas has told the publication that he is ‘certain’ the new Xbox 720 will not launch this year.

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Shuttle Core i7 Barebones Mini PC XPC SZ68R5 Launches

Shuttle has today launched a new barebones system to their range in the form of the new Shuttle XPC SZ68R5. Which can be equipped with Intel’s Core i7 processor as an option, to provide you with maximum performance.

The new Shuttle XPC SZ68R5 is also equipped with Shuttle’s new R5 design, as well as packing “Smart Response Technology” (SSD caching), which enables an SSD drive to be used for increased speed (e.g. an mSATA-SSD in the Mini-PCIe slot). The Shuttle XPC SZ68R5 is the first Shuttle system to be equipped with the “Smart Response Technology”.

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