AT&T Says No iPhone 5 In June Or July?

There have been a number of rumors over the last few months that Apple wouldn’t follow their annual launch schedule for the iPhone, and we would have to wait until September to see the new iPhone 5.

Now according to an AT&T customer representative, the company has been informed by Apple, that there will be no new iPhone in June or July of 2011, and the customer who was told this contacted AT&T as they noticed their upgrade eligibility date had been pushed back 5 months.

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Feno Folding Notebook Concept

This stylish Feno folding notebook concept has been created by designer Niels van Hoof and incorporates a super thin OLED screen to allow it to collapse and folded into around a third of its size for transport. With the OLED screen actually wrapping its self around the keyboard.

The Feno concept also includes a small pop-out mouse on the right hand side which can be neatly stowed away when not in use, eliminating the need for a touch pad and enabling the keyboard to take up much less space.

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PC Rental Store Accused Of Using Webcams And Keyloggers To Spy On Customers

A PC rental store in the US called Aaron’s has been accused of spying on its customers with the built in web cameras on their computers and also using key logger software to monitor its customers activity.

The company has allegedly been using software called ‘PC Rental Agent’ which lets them monitor their customers PC activity and they can also shut a users computer down with the software if they haven’t paid their rental fees.

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Xobni Launches Apps Store For Outlook Users

Xobni the inbox and address box organiser plug-in for Outlook has today opened it own app/gadget store targeted at Outlook users and offering a range of plug-ins specifically for Outlook to enhance the inbox experience.

The new Xobni app store already includes plug-ins for Dropbox, Evernote, Flickr, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Yammer which you can now add to your Xobni Outlook installation.

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Adobe Launches 3 New iPad Apps For Creative Suite 5.5

Adobe has today launched three new iPad applications which it has designed as Photoshop CS5.5 companian apps for the Apple iPad. Owners of Creative Suite 5 will also be able to use the new iPad applications using the a free Photoshop 12.0.4 update.

The new apps named Adobe Eazel, Adobe Nav and Adobe Color Lava and have been created to help integrate Apple’s iPad and its touchscreen into the Creative Studio 5.5 software.

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Google I/O 2011 Android App Now Available

Google’s I/O conference is due to kick off next week, and Google has now released this year official Android App for the conference, the Google I/O 2011 app.

The Google I/O 2011 Android App lets you check the conference schedule, and also look through detailed information on each sessions and their speakers, plus you can also find out information about companies and developers.

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Spotify Adds iPod Syncing, Music Store, Looks To Take On iTunes

It looks like music streaming service, Spotify is attempting to take on Apple’s iTunes, as the company has just announced that Spotify tunes can now be synced with Apple’s iPod and they are also launching a download store that will let you purchase tracks and playlists.

Spotify has now added a feature that will let you sync your music with your Apple iPod, and it is compatible with, the iPod Classic, iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle, and when connected to your computer via USB, your iPod will now appear in the Spotify sidebar.

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Alienware M18x Has Arrived And Is Now Shipping

If you have been patiently waiting for the official launch of Alienware’s M18x, Dell’s latest monster gaming portable powerhouse, your wait is now over. The Alienware M18x has now started shipping and is available to configure on the Alienware website.

The Alienware M18x is equipped with a massive 18.4-inch FHD WLED 1080p display and can be fitted with a number of dual GPU configurations to accomodate any gaming desires. Its powered by the new Intel “Huron River” Architecture with a new factory overclocked Intel Core i7 Extreme Quad Core processor up to 4GHz, as an option.

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miFrame Turns Your IPad Into A Digital Photo Frame

We have featured quite a few different iPad cases, stands and docks here at Geeky Gadgets, here is one for the original iPad that we missed, the miFrame, which turns your iPad into a digital photo frame.

The miFrame lets you use your iPad in both portrait or landscape modes, so as well as using it as a digital photo frame, or for watching movies you can also use it to browse the web and to run apps.

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Google Voice Integration Now Available On Sprint

Google has announced that its Google Voice service is now available with mobile carrier Sprint in the US, and you now have two different way to bring Google Voice to your Sprint smartphone.

You can either keep you Sprint mobile phone number, and then you Sprint phone number becomes you Google Voice number and it can be used with any of your phones.

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Sophie iPhone Case Prints Your Photos

We have featured quite a few different iPhone cases here at Geeky Gadgets, the latest one is only in the concept stage at the moment, but it is one we are hoping some manufacturer will put into production.

The Sophie iPhone case features a built in mobile printer for printing out photos you have taken with your iPhone, just like one of those pocket Polaroid printers.

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