Thrustmaster Debuts Racing Wheel Officially Licensed by Ferrari and Microsoft for Xbox 360

I love racing games on the game consoles I have. I really enjoy Forza, but I don’t like playing racing games nearly as much when I don’t have a decent racing wheel. The cheap racing wheels that I have seen on the market for the Xbox haven’t been good enough to woo me to purchase. Thrustmaster has a new racing wheel that is going official today that I do want.

Thrustmaster Ferrari 458 Italia Racing Wheel for Xbox 360

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MSN And Hulu Caught Tracking Online Visitors With Supercookies

It has been discovered that both and have been using powerful supercookies to track online visitors user data. The supercookies are almost impossible to detect and can recreate user profiles even after a normal cookie has been deleted and are capable of stealing a users complete browser history in some cases.The data can then be used to see a visitors financial and health status and provide advertisers with considerably more detailed information than a standard cookie would divulge.


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OpenDNS Now Supports 30 Million Customers Worldwide

OpenDNS the Domain Name System resolution service has announced that it now supports more than 30 million customers worldwide. OpenDNS was launched back in 2006 by David Ulevitch and in just five years has grown into a professional DNS resolution service for consumers and businesses worldwide as an alternative to using their own Internet service provider’s DNS servers.


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Santa Monica Glass-Roofed Apple Store Receives The Green Light

Yesterday we featured the application for a new glass-roofed store in Santa Monica, which even though was applied for by a “Howard Robinson” and the property owner as ASB/Blatteis Promenade Holdings, LLC. The Architect drawings gave the store away as an Apple establishment.

Well last night the new store was approved and given the green light to progress by the Santa Monica’s Planning Commission. The new building will now replace the existing three storey building that used to be a Borders Bookstore.

Apple Store

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Logitech G300 9 Button Gaming Mouse

Logitech have today unveiled an new addition to their peripheral range with the launch of their new G300 gaming mouse, which is equipped with 9 programmable buttons. A  gaming-grade 2500-DPI optical sensor within the new G300 mouse tracks slow or fast movements on a wide variety of surfaces and has buttons positioned on both sides of the mouse for easy access.

The new Logitech G300 also allows you to store up to three peoples player profiles and macros in the mouse’s onboard memory, enabling yo to move it between computers without the need to re-configure it.

Logitech G300 Gaming Mouse

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ThinkFlood Launches RedEye Universal Remote Control App On Android

Thinkflood has this week finally  launched an Android version of its great universal remote control application that arrived on iOS devices nearly two years ago. The new Android RedEye application allows you to to control your other Redeye connected gadgets including your home theatre, lighting, HVAC, and others using Android networked smartphones and tablets.

Redeye Android App

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Mute Unwanted Phrases On TV With The Arduino Enough Already Box (video)

If you enjoy watching TV but are fed up listening to certain celebrity names or phrases being over used. A new Arduino device called the Enough Already, developed by Matt Richardson might be able to help you recover control of your TVs audio.

His new creation is Arduino based and allows you to mute a TVs audio based on certain keywords or phrases. The little device uses a Video Experimenter Shield which is placed on top of the Arduino board enabling it to then decode the closed-captioning text of the programme currently showing on your TV. Watch the video after the jump to see the Enough Already, Arduino device in action.

Arduino Enough Already

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HP Introduces 64GB TouchPad

HP has today introduced a new 64GB version of its TouchPad tablet via its French website. The image below has been added to the front page of the HP France website and introduces the arrival of the 64GB TouchPad, which is now available to purchase from the site for €599.

It also indicates that the new TouchPad with increased storage will also be available in “White lacquered finish”, i.e. a white case with a black glass front. Together with a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 1.5 GHz dual-core APQ8060.

TouchPad 64

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Assassins Creed Revelations, Agility & Hand-to-Hand Combat, Gamecom 2011 Trailer (video)

Another new trailer has made an appearance at this years Gamescom 2011 in Germany for the Assassins Creed Revelations game, that will be launching later this year, in November.

The new trailer released by Ubisoft focuses on the agility and hand to hand combat players of the games have become to relish, which have been developed even further in the new release. Together with some fantastic panoramic shots of the locations you can expect to play in once the new game is released.

Assassins Creed Revelations

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Three Unveils Huawei E586 MiFi Offering 21 Mbps Downloads

Three UK has this week announced that they will soon be offering a new Huawei E586 MiFi that will be able to provide customers with HSPA+ support and  21.1Mbps downloads and 5.76Mbps uploads.

The new Huawei E586 MiFi device is equipped with a OLED screen that displays data such as battery life, data consumption, connection speed and browsing time and comes complete with its own charging cradle.

Huawei E586 MiFi

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