Dell Venue Pro Updates Finally Coming

We understand Dell Venue Pro users have been having a rough time of it, what with a spate of issue, including stability and WiFi problems, as well as a common microSD card mishap. Fear not, though, six months later, Dell has heard your cries and is announcing an announcement of a solution.

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Samsung Losing Apple’s A6 Business?

Don’t you just hate it when a huge corporation does something that looks designed to spite one of its bitterest rivals (and stalwart chip suppliers at the same time), only to find out it was actually a business-minded decision that had little to nothing to do with the current bickering? How am I supposed to care about where your chips are coming from without the drama, Apple?

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Microsoft Iffy On 3D For Xbox 360

Well, the gaming public isn’t really crazy about the thing either, so it’s kind of nice seeing Microsoft keeping a cool head. Not that making people buy a $250 console and turn off its main feature , train themselves to power through headaches or sacrifice a decade of graphical advancement so they can play with bulky plastic glasses on doesn’t mean 3D isn’t wildly successful.

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Supreme Court Rules Games Are Protected Speech

A law criminalizing the sale of M-rated games to children in the state of California has been overturned by the US Supreme Court, with a frankly astounding 7 to 2 vote. Not only that, but even the two who voted for the legislation were against it in principle, they just thought that given the current legislation against selling pornography to minors, not supporting this bill would show a double standard. And they were right. Sort of.

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Google Nexus Prime, First Ice Cream Sandwich Smartphone By Samsung

We heard a while back that Google were working on a new Nexus smartphone, the new came from the BGR, and now according to their latest report Google’s first Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone will be called the Nexus Prime, and it will apparently be manufacturer by Samsung.

As in the previous report the display is expected to feature a 720p resolution, and it looks like it will be called a Super AMOLED HD display, and it will also feature a dual core 1.2GHz or 1.5Ghz OMAP 4460 processor.

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Forza 4 Limited Edition Collector’s Pack With Exclusive Cars

If you are looking forward to the highly anticipated launch of Forza 4 in October it might to wise to save a few extra coins to put towards this newly announced Forza 4 Limited Edition Collector’s Pack.

Which will contain 4 bonus car packs, a 96-page photo book “TopGear” guide, highlighting the game’s cars with commentary from the publication’s editors. Together with a selection of vinyl stickers, exclusive BMW Dashboard theme, and special recognition in the Forza community.

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Bungie’s Classic Marathon Game Arriving On The iPad

If you are a fan of the classic Bungie game Marathon, then you might be pleased to know the game is soon to arrive on Apple’s iPad. The project to bring the classic game to the iPad started not long after the iPad was released back in 2010 but the release schedule has slipped a little admits Daniel Blezek from Bungie.

Bungie’s Marathon is a science fiction first-person shooter game originally published for the Apple Macintosh in 1994, which then went on to spawned two sequels: Marathon 2: Durandal and Marathon Infinity.


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Unofficial Android Mascot MP3 Speakers

We have featured quite a few different MP3 speakers here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest ones will appeal to all the Android fans out there and would make a cool accessory for your Android smartphone or tablet.

The Android Mascot MP3 Speakers can be hooked up to your tablet or smartphone, they also feature a built in FM Radio and have microSD card slot that can take up to 8GB cards.

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Capcom Adds One-Save Feature To Games To Combat Used Game Sales?

According to a new report Capcom has added a couple of new features to its Nintendo 3DS game Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D which could have a huge impact on used game sales if its rolled out to all new games.

The feature restricts the resetting of the games saved data and will only use one file and made it impossible for users to delete their save data. Pictures show that the US and UK version of the game’s manual reads: “saved data on this software cannot be reset”.

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