Infinity Blade iOS Game Sales Pass $10 Million In Just 6 Months

It has been announced this week by Epic Games that their fantastic Infinity Blade hack and slash, third-person action game has now surpasses the $10 million sales mark in just six months since its launch.

The game was developed by Chair Entertainment in just five months and was launched last December  for $5.99 in the Apple iTunes Store. Since then has received two free updates, bringing a new multiplayer mode together with the single-player themed Deathless Kings and Arena.

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IOGEAR Multi-Link Bluetooth Mini Keyboard

IOGEAR have extended their keyboard range with the addition of their new Multi-Link Bluetooth Mini Keyboard that is capable of switching between six Bluetooth devices from up to 30 feet away using convenient Hot Keys and an iPad Home button.

The new ultra-slim Multi-Link keyboard GKB601B measures just 9.125 in. x 4.5 in and weighs just 0.35 lb its been designed with a slight arc to the keyboard to provide more ergonomic typing.

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Razer Star Wars: The Old Republic Peripherals (video)

Razer has announced  its latest gaming peripherals at E3 this week and unveiled their new Razer Star Wars: The Old Republic gaming set. Including a keyboard which is equipped with an a full-colour multi-touch LCD track-panel, and a row of 10 customisable adaptive tactile keys. Allowing you to create and keep your gaming macros within easy reach.

Together with matching Star Wars: The Old Republic 5.1 surround sound gaming headset, mousemat and 12 button mouse all available in either Sith Lords or Galactic Republic finishes.

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RSA Replacing Customer’s SecurID Keys In Wake Of Breach

As the recent Lockheed Martin security breach eloquently showed, RSA’s stolen data from their own hack a few months back has compromised their ability to provide their customers with adequate security to an alarming degree. Remember the uproar over the PSN hack that floored the service and exposed millions of credit card numbers? You can probably imagine just how much more serious a hack affecting a defence contractor is, especially in light of Executive Chairman Art Coviello’s assertion that the attackers hoped to “target defense secrets and related IP, rather than financial gain.”

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Nintendo Wii U Using IBM Watson Technology

We realize you were halfway through dialing your Xbox-owning friends to rub it in just after you read that headline, but don’t get too excited just yet. True, IBM has let slip that the 45nm custom silicon inside Nintendo’s newly unveiled Wii U was provisioned with serious amounts of  DRAM and uses a lot of the tricks Big Blue has learned in manufacturing the supercomputer brain that beat out the Jeopardy contestants, but considering the amount of video streaming that chip will have to do to constantly feed video output to at least three sources at once (TV screen plus at least two touchscreen controllers), we’re pretty sure it’s going to have its hands full.

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Nintendo Wii U Games Line-Up

Looks like the new Nintendo Wii U has brought the third parties out of the woodwork and they seem strangely unconcerned about Nintendo’s well known dominance as a publisher on its own platform. The Wii U will see some major Nintendo series debuts, including Sony staple Tekken and an exclusive Ninja Gaiden 3 just for Nintendo’s new toy.

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Nintendo Reveals Wii U, aka Project Cafe, Wii 2

Nintendo’s E3 keynote has come and gone and all that’s left behind is a sort of giddy confusion among gamers and the press. It turns out almost every Wii 2 leak we’ve seen over the last few months was pretty much spot on. The new console is not only a proper, HD -capable games machine with 1080p output, but it also features the by now infamous six inch touchscreen controllers.

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MIT Nerds Create Black Sludge Fuel For Electric Vehicles

See the vial? That’s Cambridge crude. The crude is a mix of anode and cathode parts that, when poured into an EV’s tank, can run the car. Innovation! The significance of the vial pictured south is it could transform the battery industry and lead to more efficient electric vehicles. Imagine pumping this stuff the ay you pump gas, except there are no emissions.

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Keep Away From Kitties: Ball Of Yarn Charger

The Wool Ball Charger by Yuchen Liu has a singular purpose, aside form juicing your precious smartphone that is. What the Wool Ball does is provide vital extansion between the electric socket it’s plugged in and your phone. It addresses a grim truth about charging devices these days; a lot of chargers lack serious length, making for awkward spots when charging a phone.

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Camera Lens Cap holder Keeps Up with that Cap for You

Back when I used a point and shoot camera that had a removable lens cap, the cap had a little thing on the inside that would grip the neck strap and stay put when taken off. I loved that and was sad to see when I move to a DSLR that I was responsible for keeping up with that lens cap. That means that I often end up misplacing the cap for my camera.

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Pulse iOS News Reader Now Provides Offline Viewing Via Pulse.me

Pulse have just rolled out a new update to their iOS news reader application which now includes a bookmark service using Pulse’s new Pulse.me service, its first ever web component.

Using the new Pulse.me, service you can save a story on your iPhone on the train ride to work, and finish reading it on your desktop at the office, or even on your iPad. All you need do is tap the star on the bottom right corner of each story.

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