App-Player Game Reinvents The Traditional Board Game

If you miss playing traditional board games, you might enjoy the new App-Player Game which has been designed by Cheatwell Games, to reinvent the traditional board game in a digital age.

The one board can be used with a host of additional applications to provide you with a variety of games to play. Ranging from physical challenges, quick-fire games and general knowledge quizzes, the App-Player Game has been designed to provide something for everyone.

App-Player Game

Continue Reading…

Google Music In Action (Video)

The other day Google announced the launch of Google Music, which has been in beta for a while, and they also announced the launch of the Google Music Store for Android devices.

The guys over at Pocket Now have been testing out the latest version of Google Music, and the video below shows us how Google Music works.

Google MusicContinue Reading…

New Metallic Micro Lattice Becomes The Worlds Lightest Material

A new metallic micro-lattice material which has been developed by a team of researchers from the University of California, has become the world’s lightest material. The new micro-lattice material is so light it can be placed on top of dandelion fluff without causing it damage, as shown in the image below.

The new materials super lightness is due to the way it has been constructed using interconnecting hollow nickel-phosphorous tubes which create a micro-lattice. The nickel-phosphorous tubes have a wall thickness of 100 nanometers, which is the equivalent of 1,000 times thinner than a human hair.

Worlds lightest material

Continue Reading…

Advertisement

Sony’s PlayStation 3 Celebrates Its 5th Birthday Today

This week has seen two of the major gaming consoles celebrating their birthdays. With Microsoft’s Xbox celebrating its tenth birthday earlier this week, together with Sony celebrating its PlayStation 3 gaming console and PlayStation Network turning five years old.

Five years ago today the PlayStation Network and PlayStation 3 launched in the United States and brought with it a Blue-ray DVD player to gamers. When it originally launched the PS3 came with a 60GB hard drive.

PlayStation 5th Birthday

Continue Reading…

Samsung Galaxy Note Lands On O2 UK

The Samsung Galaxy Note went on sale here in the UK recently, the version that was available was the SIM free model, and now mobile retailer O2 are selling the Samsung Galaxy Note with their range of contracts.

The Samsung Galaxy Note is available for £249.99 on O2’s cheapest 24 month contract which costs £16.50 a month and it is also available on their 18 month c0ntracts.

Samsung Galaxy NoteContinue Reading…

Nikon iP-PJ Transfer App Allows You To Project Media Via Your Coolpix S1200pj

Nikon has today launched their newly updated application called the Nikon iP-PJ which now allows you to use the integrated projector in their Coolpix S1200pj camera to project media from your iPhone 4 or similar iOS device.

Any images projected through the camera will be scaled down to the Coolpix S1200pj camera’s 1024 x 768 projector resolution. But the application and projector camera combo will allow you to view slideshows and the streaming of YouTube content.

Nikon iP-PJ Transfer app

Continue Reading…

SteelSeries Simraceway SRW-S1 Gaming Steering Wheel (video)

If you take your PC racing games seriously then you might be interested in this new gaming steering wheel launched by SteelSeries today. The SteelSeries Simraceway SRW-S1 is equipped with a bucket load of controls and removes the need for additional foot pedals, by incorporating them onto the back of the steering wheel for easy access.

During development and design the steering wheel was tested and approved by a team of professional drivers, and the final design now includes 20 buttons, d-pad and 3 dials. Allowing you top customise your setup to your driving style and conditions. Watch a video of the SteelSeries Simraceway SRW-S1 in action after the jump.

SteelSeries SRW-S1

Continue Reading…

Amazon Working On Smartphone To Take On IPhone?

Amazon launched its first Android tablet this week, the Amazon Kindle Fire, and now there are rumors that Amazon may be developing their own smartphone, which would probably run Google’s Android OS.

The rumor comes from Gitigroup, who have said that we may see an Amazon smartphone in quarter 2012, based on analysis of supply chains, and Amazon are reported to be working with FIH on the device.

Amazon SmartphoneContinue Reading…

FXI Cotton Candy USB Stick Transforms Any Screen In To An Android System

This week FXI has unveiled its new Cotton Candy device which is a new USB stick capable of transforming HDTV, laptops, phones, tablets, or set-top boxes into dumb terminals for the devices Android operating system to run.

The Cotton Candy device, is equipped with a USB 2.0 connector at one end and a HDMI jack on the other. Its powered by a dual-core 1.2-GHz Samsung Exynos ARM CPU, which is the same one used in the Galaxy S II.

FXI Cotton Candy USB

Continue Reading…

Google Music App Launched For Google TV

After a long delay Google has finally jumped in to the music market and yesterday launched their Google Music service. Wasting no time Google has followed up yesterdays launch and has today announced the release of its new Google Music application, designed specifically for Google TV. Allowing you to sync your Google TV device with your Google Music account, removing the need for you to stream your media from your computer or download media to your HDTV.

Google Music TV App

Continue Reading…

Google’s Motorola Takeover Approved By Stockholders

Google’s $12.5 billion takeover has already been approved by the various regulators, and now the stockholders of Motorola have approved the takeover of the company bu Google.

Google has previously set themselves a deadline for the Motorola takeover, for February next year, and it looks like the company is on track to meet the deadline.

Google MotorolaContinue Reading…