Gerber Steady Multi-Tool Features A Camera Tripod

We have featured quite a few different multi-tools here at Geeky Gadgets, like the fun Space Invaders multi-tool, and now there is a new one which is being released next year, the Gerber Steady multi-tool.

The Gerber Steady multi-tool will come with a range of different tools built in, and it will also feature something that we haven’t seen in a multi-tool before, a built in tripod for compact cameras.

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Wooden iPhone 4 Cases And Stands

We have featured a number of different wooden cases for the iPhone and iPad here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest ones are some of the coolest we have seen so far and they even come with matching wooden stands for your iPhone 4.

There are two different versions available, one made from rosewood and one made from maple, as you can see in the photos below they even feature wooden buttons for the volume and also for the lock button.

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AndyPad Budget Android Tablet in Action (Video)

Last week we finally got to see some semi decent photos of the new AndyPad budget Android tablet which is expected to retail for £129 and now the makers of the device have released an official video, and we can finally see what the AndyPad will be like.

The AndyPad Android tablet will feature a 7 inch touchscreen display, and a 1.2GHz processor, plus a 3D GPU, have a look at the video of it in action below.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab Andoid 2.3 Update Now Available In The UK

Owners of the original 7 inch Samsung Galaxy Tab have been waiting for Samsung to release the Android 2.3 update for the device for some time, and it has now gone live here in the UK.

The Android 2.3 update for the Samsung Galaxy Tab is available to download from the Samsung Kies software tool, although there has been no official announcement from Samsung as yet.

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Apple 2011 iMac Seagate 1TB HDD Replacement Program Started

If you purchased a new 2011 iMac with a 1TB Seagate hard drive between May 2011 and July 2011, Apple has reported that the 1TB Seagate drives within the systems might fail, and has now started a replacement program to help you change the drive before any data loss is experienced.

Apple has started contacting customers who have been affected by the problem via email. So don’t wait until your hard drives fails, book your iMac in to Apple Store to have your Seagate 1TB drive replaced for free.

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iPhone 5 To Feature Voice Control Assistant?

Earlier today we heard a rumor that the iPhone 5 launch would be the 5th of September 2011, and now there are some more possible details on some of the features that will be built in to the new iPhone 5.

Back in March we heard that the iPhone 5 would feature deep voice integration, after Apple purchased a company called Siri, who had developed a virtual personal assistant which could be controlled by voice commands.

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Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Comic Con Footage – Be Quick Before Its Pulled (video)

If you are looking forward to the launch of Elder Scrolls V Skyrim later this year then your are definitely going to enjoy this brief footage which was unveiled at Comic Con by Bethesda.

Unfortunately most of the videos which have made their way on to YouTube have already been pulled by Bethesda but if you are quick you might be able to glimpse a bit of the gameplay in the video after the jump.

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Google Nexus S Hits AT&T

Last week that we heard that the Google Nexus S would finally be landing on AT&T, and now the Google Nexus S is available with US mobile carrier AT&T for $99 when you sign up for a new two year contract, and it is being sold exclusively through Best Buy.

As a reminder, the Google Nexus comes with a 4 inch Super AMOLED display with a 480 x 800 pixel resolution, processing is provided by a 1GHz processor and it comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread.

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Battlefield 3 Pre-Orders Outpacing Black Ops

With the highly anticipated release of Battlefield 3 edging ever closer to its official launch date of October 25, 2011 on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The EA marketing machine is now beginning to pick up speed and rumours suggest that EA Games has set aside one of the biggest marketing budgets ever for their new Battlefield 3 game.

Even before the marketing campaign hits overdrive pre-order figures are already outpacing recorded Black Ops pre-order figures, which must surely have Activision’s marketing department looking over their shoulders for the forth coming release of Modern Warfare 3.

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE Launching 28th July

It looks like the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE will be available from Verizon Wireless later this week, from Thursday the 28th of July, and it is expected to be available in Verizon stores from Thursday, and it also looks like people who pre-order will receive it on the 28th as well.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 features a 10.1 inch multi-touch display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, processing is provided by a dual core 1GHz processor, and it also features dual cameras, and Android 3.1 Honeycomb.

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Apple Macbook Batteries Open To Malicious Attacks

Over the weekend it has been reported that security researcher Charlie Miller has found a security glitch within Apples MacBook batteries that could be used by hackers to cause serious damage to the battery and system. The new security hole has been found by Miller within the chip and micro-controllers’ firmware that controls the battery.

The firmware can be accessed using two passwords once used in a 2009 software update issued by Apple and can allows a potential hacker to alter charge-levels and thermal read-outs, together with the possibility of installing Malware within the battery firmware which would continue to effect the system until its battery was removed.

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China Shuts Down Fake Apple Stores

Some of our readers will remember the fake Apple Store that we feature on the site last week, it was discovered by expatriate blogger BirdAbroad, who also discovered a number of other fake Apple stores in Kunming China.

The store looked so realistic from the photos that it was hard to tell it apart from a real Apple retail store, and now it looks like the Chinese authorities are putting an end to these fake Apple Stores.

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