Category: Gadgets

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Apple pledges increased innovation – what’s next?

At Apple’s annual meeting in Cupertino, California, CEO Tim Cook assured investors that the company haven’t “got their head stuck in the sand” and “we’re really aware of the competition as well”. Shares in the company increased from $405 (£267) in early 2012 to a record $705 in September, since...

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Apple puts a stop to the evad3rs

The beta 2 version of iOS 6.1.3, released for developer testing by Apple last week patches one of five bugs that the recently released Evasi0n jailbreak exploits, Forbes reports. “Evad3rs” team member David Wang (@planetbeing) confirms that the upcoming version of iOS will no longer allow the Evasi0n jailbreak to...

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What happened at the #Playstation2013 event

It was the last day of January when a little video named “#Playstation2013” popped up on the YouTube channel of Playstation, this video (which is viewable here) looked like a generic teaser for Playstation products. That is until you see a date plonked on the end it, Feb 20th 2013...

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USB 3.0 getting a speedboost

It has been announced by the USB 3.0 promoter group that the specification of USB 3.0 is to be changed to support a maximum transfer speed of 10gbps as apposed to the current specification of 5gbps. Even though this part of the specification has changed, the rest of it generally...

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What’s The Deal With 3D Printing?

On a now weekly basis we’re seeing an increasing amount of affordable, compact and even foldable 3D printers that you can chuck into a backpack. The news is littered with stories of people building assembled bikes, sex toys, and even functioning firearms.   In our day and age it’s easy to...

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Geekily 12 Days of Christmas – Tailly

Japan is notorious for some pretty crazy ideas, but here’s one of the craziest yet: Tailly. Tailly is a wearable belt with a tail on the back, so that as a human, you have a visible wagging tail. What’s more, it uses your heart rate to detect when you’re excited,...

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Wirelessly stream music to your Car with XCarLink

If you’re out on the roads, particularly when without company, it’s great to have some background music playing, and with the advent of iTunes and Spotify, most of us have a huge virtual music library. Sadly, however, it took car radio manufacturers about a decade to realise that CDs were...

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Geekily 12 Days of Christmas – Logitech LS21

There have been some Logitech Speakers that I have had for quite some time. The Logitech LS21’s are a balanced audio system that have plenty of bass in a compact size for your PC. They feature two compact speakers that have two inch high-excursion metallic drivers that allow you to...

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Geekily 12 Days of Christmas – Raspberry Pi

So something that I received this year for Christmas was a Raspberry Pi. If you are unfamiliar with this, then I strongly urge you climb out of your cave more often. The Raspberry Pi is a very cheap very cool micro computer made by the guys over at Raspberry Pi originally started...

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Geekily 12 days of Christmas – Think Geek

Hello there and welcome. Hope you all had an amazing Christmas yesterday. I sure did! Anyway, on with the first day of Christmas. Today I am featuring an amazing website for all things geeky called Think Geek. Think Geek are well known for their qwerky products that come from video games, popular memes,...