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Google purchases another 1,023 patents from IBM

09/15/2011, In our current situation of patent wars happening left and right, naturally the more patents you have under your name, the more well protected you will be, not to mention you’ll probably have more “weapons” to use against your competitors should a...

Crysis 2 minimum system requirements revealed

02/02/2011, The minimum system requirements to run Crytek’s upcoming FPS game, Crysis 2, have been revealed and no surprise – they match the recommended system requirements for the first Crysis. You might think this isn’t a big deal, but take into...

Razer powers on with new member to Board of Advisors

01/28/2011, Gaming company Razer intends to strengthen the line up of their Board of Advisors by recruiting Ed Fries – an industry veteran who has nearly 30 years of software experience ranging from the Atari all the way to Microsoft Office and the Xbox. This...

Recoil Saw bounces through intended target

12/16/2010, A hand saw is one of the more primitive methods of cutting a block of wood in two, and is definitely not one of the more efficient ways. On the bright side, at least it offers a great workout, something that most of us don’t really get these days...

blueSLR enlists Bluetooth help to shoot, geotag and upload images

12/08/2010, XEquals recently introduced an accessory and iPhone app known as blueSLR, where it will be plugged into your SLR camera, playing nice with iPhone courtesy of Bluetooth connectivity. It will be controlled via an on-device app, and on paper, it does sound a...

PlayStation Move arrives Stateside, aims to redefine gaming

09/17/2010, Funny how the world works. Remember when Nintendo unveiled the Wii, only to have Sony executives laugh at its ‘waggly controls’? Well, how the tables have turned, and Sony will now jump aboard the motion sensitive bandwagon with their...

iControlPad enters production yet again

08/26/2010, The iControlPad has been seen a few times in the past, and it is now in its final production form with an initial run of 3,000 units ready to hit the market. There is still no word on pricing, but sales will apparently begin from next month onwards,...

BRD 06 Full Car Motion Simulator is the bomb

08/19/2010, Ballracing Developments (BRD) has introduced the BRD 06 Full Car Motion Simulator which prides itself in delivering the most realistic racing experience possible, courtesy of its simulator control technology that was specially designed by racing drivers...

Amazon won’t limit itself to just Kindle hardware

08/10/2010, Amazon’s most famous hardware to date is the Kindle e-book reader, but is that all the company is working on in the future? Perhaps not, because when one pays closer attention to the job board for Lab 126, a division of Amazon which is responsible...

Could this be Microsoft’s answer to the Magic Trackpad?

08/03/2010, Apple’s Magic Trackpad was unleashed to the masses with great fanfare late last month, and while it won’t phase out the mouse completely anytime soon (being a fun alternative to it instead), Microsoft could just jump in on Apple’s party...

No Hotspot And Tethering For The Motorola Droid

08/02/2010, While you can bet that many Motorola Droid owners out there are looking forward to getting hold of the Android 2.2 update, the update will apparently not be offering two of the more requested features of the device, which are tethering and mobile hotspot...