Tokyoflash Right Angle LCD Watch Concept

We have featured quite a few different watch concepts from the guys over at Tokyoflash, the last one which was designed by one if their fans has actually made it into production, so we will probably see this new concept design become a reality at some point in the future.

The latest watch concept from Tokyoflash is called the Right Angle LCD watch, and as usual with all their watches it takes a bit of brain power to work out what time the watch is displaying.

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Motorola Droid 3 Teardown

The team over at iFixit have been busy again dismantling technology and this week have applied their screwdriver to the Motorola Droid 3 smartphone which now features a dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 processor.

iFixit has given the new Motorola Droid 3 a repairability score of 6 out of 10 and explains that the battery is easy to replace and that no security screw have been used in the construction of the device. However most of the components within the Motorola Droid 3 have been mounted to a single ribbon cable which means that replacing one component requires replacing them all.

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Nokia Sea Ray Windows Phone 7 Prototype Appears On Video

Last month we got our first look at Nokia’s first Windows Phone 7 smartphone which is codenamed Sea Ray, and now a new video has appeared online which shows this new Nokia Windows Phone 7 device running the RTM (release to manufacturing) version of Windows Phone 7 Mango.

As you will see in the video below the device features physical Windows Phone 7 buttons on the bottom of the display, it had been rumored that these would be removed and replace with virtual buttons.

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LulzSec Return To Hack Murdoch’s Sun Newspaper, News International

Last month we heard that @LulzSec, the group responsible for many of the hacking attacks on a large number of sites, including Sony, had ended their hacking campaign.

Now it seems that LulzSec is back, and their latest target is Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, which has come under massive criticism over the last month for the phone hacking scandal that saw Murdoch close down his most popular UK newspaper the News of the World, and LulzSec decided to hack one of Murdoch’s other publications The Sun as well as his News International website.

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CNN 24 Hour iPhone News Streaming Is Now Available

There’s news happening right now, and you may be missing it. CNN is well aware of the amount of time its viewers waste on inconsequential activities like sleep and is now acting to curtail them by offering a 24-hour news stream. For now, only subscribers of AT&T, Comcast, Cox, DISH Network, Suddenlink or Verizon may tune in, however.

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AMD Says Xbox 720 Graphics Will Look Like Cameron’s Avatar

It’s that time of the home console life cycle, folks. We’ve already seen the first contender unveiled, now all manner of baseless conjecture about the next two ones is going to be rolling downhill, as these things will. It doesn’t help that one of the peddlers of the tidbits of non-news is AMD, who in a bid to raise its flagging profile has come out with the following scintillating scoops.

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Assassin’s Creed For Wii U Not Revelations

Nintendo fans rejoicing at the thought that the Nintendo Wii U might finally mean a Nintendo console that welcomes third party blockbusters in lockstep with competing consoles might want to reel it in. The Wii version of Assassin’s Creed, for instance, is not going to be the Xbox360/PS3 Revelations with tablet support slapped on. Or without tablet support, for that matter.

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EA Sports Brings 300 Jobs To Austin

EA? This right here, you need to do it more often. You and every other major publisher. Finally, some news about industry employment that we can report on without it driving us to drink. “We’re going to be adding 300 jobs to our operations here in Austin,” according to EA’s Frank Gibeau.

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ZTE Skate Smartphone Gets Priced for UK

If you are in the market for a new Android smartphone and happen to live in the UK, a bargain offering is coming soon from ZTE. The smartphone is called the Skate and the device has a giant screen that reminds me a lot of the HTC Desire HD in size. The Skate has a 4.3-inch screen.

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Amazon Starts Renting Textbooks To Students Via Kindle

Amazon has this week introduced a new rental system  for students allowing them to now rent textbooks via Kindle devices rather than purchasing them and carrying the heavy textbooks about campus. Amazon rental service now allows students to rent books for a minimum of thirty days and save up to 80% off the print list price.

If you need to rent the books for longer you can add additional days and pay the additional cost. The rental scheme is available on Kindle devices and devices capable of running Amazon’s Kindle including: PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, Android device, Windows Phone 7, and Blackberry.

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Apple To Launch Budget iPhone For $350?

As well as all the iPhone 5 rumors over the last few months, we have also heard a couple of rumors that Apple will launch a budget version of the iPhone in order to cash in on the budget smartphone market.

Now according to the BGR’s Jonathan Geller, Apple are getting ready to launch a budget pre-paid iPhone which is expected to retail for $350 and will not need to to sign up to a monthly contract with any of the mobile carriers.

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