Devium Dash In Car iOS Media System (video)

Anyone looking to make more use of their iPhone whilst in the car might be interested in a new design which has started its journey on Kickstarter. The device has been designed to fully integrate your iPhone 4, 4S and iPod Touch into the dash board, providing you with all your smartphones features whilst in the car.

Dash as its has so rightly been named has bend assigned by Paul Lizer an engineer for Lockheed Martin who has been involved in software obsolescence and development for L3 Communications and Honeywell. DASH has been designed to use changeable faceplates allowing you to upgrade the docking system with new smartphones as they are released. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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MOTU MicroBook II Personal Mini Recording Studio Unveiled

MOTU has announced a new addition to their range this week in the form of their new Microbook II, which has been design to build on their original device. The MOTU Microbook II has been designed to provide a compact, studio-grade audio interface that converts any Mac or PC into a personal 4 x 6 recording studio, complete with professional I/O and monitor mixing.

Measuring just 5.5 x 3.5 x 1.25 inches the mini MOTU Microbook II is equipped with USB 2.0 audio Mac and Windows interface for low-latency performance, 6 x simultaneous outputs, 1 x XLR mic input, and support for 96 kHz recording and playback.

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Samsung Galaxy S Advance i9070 Revealed (Video)

It looks like we have some details of one of the new Galaxy smartphones that Samsung will be showing off at MWC 2012 next month, the Samsung Galaxy S Advance i9070.

The Samsung Galaxy S Advance is reported to come with higher specifications that the original Galaxy S device, but is aimed to be more budget friendly than the Galaxy S II.

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999 Players Enjoy Massive Man vs Machine FPS Battle (video)

Over the weekend 999 gamers joined forces to play in the Swedish network technology company Pikkotekk’s world record attempt. Which was created to recruit a 1000 players to battle it out against each other in their custom built Man vs Machine first person shooter game.

Unfortunately Pikkotekk didn’t quite make the 1000 they hoped for but after the success of the weekends gaming, PikkoServer, say “Our goal now is to make this technology available to developers worldwide”. So expect to see the technology used to build new games over the coming years. Watch a video after the jump showing the chaos that was unleashed by 999 gamers as they clashed.

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Sudoku Watch Concept

A new concept for a Sudoku Watch has appeared on the Tokyoflash website which has been designed by Tokyoflash Design Studio, and is currently looking for votes to help it become a reality.

The unique Sudoku watch needs you to solve the 9×9 games before it will reveal the time. As the missing numbers from the puzzles tell the time. Interested? If you are you can see how the time is revealed on the watch face after the jump.

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Command and Conquer FPS Renengade X: Black Dawn Launches (video)

Renegade-X: Back Dawn is a free First Person Shooter (FPS), being developed by Totem Arts; a group of volunteers committed to bringing the Command and Conquer FPS experience to the current iteration of the Unreal Engine. Black Dawn is a short singleplayer campaign, that was released on January 28th 2012, ahead of the upcoming multiplayer release.

Reneagde X is an updated versions go the game original multiplayer experience which was created in Unreal Tournament 3, and has been available for sometime. The development of Black Dawn has given Totem Arts the opportunity to update much of the outdated game code used in the Unreal Tournament version of the game.

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Samsung To Launch New Galaxy Tab Tablet AT MWC 2012?

Samsung will be showing off a range of new smartphones at MWC 2012, we still don’t know whether they will unveil the new Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone, but it looks like they will launch a new Galaxy Tab tablet.

According to a recent report Samsung will introduce the next generation Galaxy Tab tablet at MWC 2012, and the device is rumored to features a dual core 2GHz Exynos 5250 processor.

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Habey Unveils BIS-6630 Fanless Embedded System (video)

Habey USA has this week launched its new BIS-6630 fanless Cedar Trail embedded system, which is equipped with wither an Intel Atom N2800 (1.83 GHz) or D2700 (2.13 GHz), depending on your preferences.

Measuring just 7.5 x 7.5 x 2.5 inches the new BIS-6630 fanless small form factor PC is equipped with 6 x USB ports, 6 x COM ports, a VGA port, a DVI-D port, and support for a 2.5-inch SATA drive with the option to use mSATA. Together with connectivity via Gigabit Ethernet one SIM socket for 3G/4G connectivity and WiFi via two Mini-PCIe slots, using just 12w of power.

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Motorola RAZR Developer Edition With Unlocked Bootloader Announced

Motorola has announced that their are releasing a developer edition of the Motorla RAZR, which is basically a fully unlockable version of the Motorola RAZR, and the device will be released in Europe initially.

The Motorola RAZR Developer Edition will also be available in the US through MOTODEV, although Motorola hasn’t released any information on when either device will be available.

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Sony Cyber-shot Line Gets 3 New Models

Those shopping for point-and-shoot cameras will have plenty of choices come March. Sony has just unveiled three more models to its popular Cyber-shot line. This brings to six the total number of point-and-shoot cameras Sony has already announced this year.

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Sony And Ericsson’s $1.47 Billion Buyout Deal Approved By EU

Sony announced back in October that they would be buying Ericsson out of their Sony Ericsson joint smartphone venture for a total of $1.47 Billion, Sony would then re-brand its mobile phones under the ‘Sony’ brand.

It looks like the $1.47 billion buyout had now been approved by the European regulators on the 26th of January, and this will mean that Sony now has full control of its mobile phone division and also the patents that go with it.

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