Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T Now Available With Mac Drivers

We first featured the fantastically technical looking Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T gaming mouse here on Geeky Gadgets back in January 2010. Since then PC gamers have been able to enjoy the multitude of adjustments you can make to the Cyborg R.A.T mouse, tailoring and perfecting their perfect mouse.

Well now Mac users can benefit from the same  technology with the release of drivers specifically for Apple Mac machines. The new drivers now provides Mac users with all the features of their PC counterparts across all four different mice in the range and are a available for Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later.

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Spotify Close To US Launch?

We have been hearing for quite some time that the popular music streaming service would be launching in the US, and now Tech Crunch are reporting that the company is getting ready to launch Spotify in the US.

This is something we have heard before, but apparently this time, Spotify is close to deals with US record labels, and the deals are apparently interdependent, and once signed, Spotify will be able to offer their service in the US.

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PNY Launches Liquid Cooled Nvidia GTX 580 Graphics Card

PNY have unveiled their latest creation at E3 this week in the form of a liquid cooled Nvidia GTX 580 graphics card, which provides significant benefits, with up to 30% cooler temperatures, quieter acoustics, and faster performance when compared to a standard NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 graphics card.

The PNY liquid cooling system is powered by Asetek well know for providing liquid cooled PC solutions and includes a version with an extended  liquid cooling circuit and allows the system to cool the computers CPU as well.


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Apple Asking Developers If Thier Apps Have Legal Issues In Response To Lodsys?

Some of our readers will remember that a company called Lodsys has been sending out legal letters to iPhone and Android app developers, claiming that in app purchases for their apps are infringing on Lodsys’s patents.

Apple responded to Lodsys a while back, and basically told them that Apple was responsible for the in app purchases and not the developers, but this hasn’t stopped Lodsys going after the developers, as the company are claiming that Apple’s agreement with them does not cover the individual developers.

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ZionEyez Glasses Enable Live Video Streaming to Facebook (video)

ZionEyez have unveiled their new Eyez HD Video Recording Glasses, which have been designed to provide wearers with the ability to stream live video to social networking sites such as Facebook.

Within in body of the glasses is concealed a HD 720p camera with a battery life of around 3 hours, on a full charge. When the Eyez are then combined with a free Android or iOS app, smartphone users able to wirelessly upload their video in real time or stream to a blog or live video feed. Watch the promotional video after the jump to see the ZionEyez Eyez HD video recording glasses in action.


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Apple Bans DUI Checkpoint Apps From iOS App Store

There has been quite a bit of controversy about the DUI checkpoint apps that have been available on the iPhone, with a Four US senators attempting to get them removed, and now it looks like Apple has now banned the apps from the iOS app store.

Apple has updated its App Store review guidelines and the latest version now features a section which says that they will not publish any apps that display DUI checkpoints unless they are from law enforcement agencies.

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Corsair Recall Their 120GB Force Series 3 SSD

Corsair have announced this week that the first run of their Corsair 120GB Force Series 3 SSD with product code CSSD-F120GB3-BK has been recalled, due to “stability issues”.

The problems are only limited to the 120GB Force Series 3 version, with the smaller 60GB and larger 240GB unaffected. The revised 120GB drive will need both firmware and hardware changes, and Corsair have advised that the ‘fixed’ drives are already on their way to retailers.

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iBamboo, The Eco Friendly iPhone 4 Speaker

We have featured quite a few different speaker accessories for the iPhone here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one has been created by Anatoliy Omelchenko, and he describes it as a “100% eco-friendly-speaker”.

The speaker doesnt need any batteries, and it is made from a whole length of bamboo, and when the iPhone 4 is placed in the iBamboo the sound is amplified from the iPhone’s built in speaker.

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Sony Ericsson Txt Pro And Mix Walkman Mobile Phones Announced

Sony Ericsson has added two new mobile phones to its range with the launch of the Sony Ericsson Txt Pro and The Sony Ericsson Mix Walkman Phone, first up is the Txt Pro which features a 3 inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 400 x 240 pixels, plus a slide out QWERTY keyboard.

Other specifications on the Sony Ericsson Txt Pro include a 3.2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, microUSB, WiFi, a 3.5mm audio jack, and it will be available in three colors, black white and pink.

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Dell 7 Inch Tablet With Slide Out QWERTY Keyboard Leaked

The guys over at Engadget have got their hands on some photos of a yet to be announced tablet from Dell, and as you can see from the photo below it features a slide out QWERTY keyboard.

The tablet features a 7 inch touchscreen display, and as you can see from the photo below, the keyboard features a split design which is similar to a lot of the virtual keyboards on some tablets.

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Evernote Peek App Uses Apple’s Smart Cover (Video)

Evernote have launched the first iPad 2 app that is designed to work with the iPad 2′s Smart Cover, called Evernote Peek, and it is a free app that is designed to help your learn and strengthen your memory.

The app works when you lift the smart cover, a question is shown, if you lift the smart cover further the answer is shown, have a look at the video in action below, it looks like a lot of fun.

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