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Wikipedia joins web blackout in Sopa protest
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 17 January 2012 19:45

From the BBC:

Wikipedia plans to take its English-language site offline on Wednesday as part of protests against proposed anti-piracy laws in the US.

The user-generated news site Reddit and the blog Boing Boing have also said they will take part in the "blackout".

This paper-thin wafer may be the next big thing in force feedback
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 13 January 2012 19:39

From ArsTechnica:

The most common form of force feedback in our electronic devices is the sort of rumbling buzz you get when a motor spins some sort of mass inside the case of your hardware. Video game controllers usually have two motors, one on each side of the controller, and that sort of "rumble in stereo" configuration allows for a number of effects based on the speed of each motor. This takes power, it takes space, and there's not much you can do with the technology. At CES I met with Artificial Muscle, a Bayer MaterialScience company, so they could show me their Vivitouch technology. Vivitouch a sort of artificial muscle that could changing how we experience haptic effects in our devices.

WikiPad first glasses-free 3D Android tablet with attachable game controller
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 12 January 2012 18:54

From Gizmag:

Ever since the Nintendo 3DS proved that you don't need bulky glasses to view images in 3D, smartphone and tablet makers have been systematically releasing their own glasses-free 3D devices with varying results. None of these, however, have incorporated the experience with console-like controls to play casual apps or streamed video games. That's where the WikiPad comes in, with its no-glasses 3D screen and attachable gamepad to give a more immersive gaming experience.



CES 2012: will Microsoft announce an Xbox 720 console?
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 09 January 2012 20:45

From the Guardian:

Steve Ballmer is making his farewell CES keynote tonight. Rumours suggest he'll go out on a bang with Xbox 720 news

On Monday night at 6.30pm (Vegas time), Steve Ballmer will take to the stage at the Consumer Electronics show and deliver his annual keynote for the last time. Microsoft has decreed via a quick blog post that the event no longer fits in with the company's product announcement timeline, and that it'll take a more muted role in the future.

Next Xbox AND PS4 set for biggest ever E3
Written by Danrok   
Saturday, 07 January 2012 13:20

From MCV:

Both the Xbox 360 successor AND a follow up to the PS3 will be shown at E3 2012.

The LA show tease will come as Wii U launch details are locked in – and should ensure no ground is lost between competing consoles.

CES 2012: ‘ultrabook’ laptops to take centre stage
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 03 January 2012 16:51

From The Telegraph:

Up to 60 new slimline ‘ultrabook’ computers could be launched at CES 2012, according to manufacturers and analyst

The new ‘ultrabook’ format builds on the success of Apple’s Macbook Air, although the term itself has been trademarked by Intel for its slim but powerful laptops that run Windows.

gAtari 2600 turns game console into a handheld instrument
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 02 January 2012 21:04

From Gizmag:

Australian musician, cTrix, turned a 1970's game console into a handheld instrument dubbed the 'gAtari 2600'.

10 cloud startups to watch in 2012
Written by Danrok   
Sunday, 01 January 2012 17:00

From gigaom:

The past few years have been nothing if not a boon for entrepreneurs looking to cash in on venture capitalists’ lust for all things cloud.  All the activity has been great, and we’ve seen some exciting new companies emerge and prosper — companies such as Heroku, RightScale and New Relic — but it also means there’s precious little room on the playing field for newcomers. Startups that want to get noticed, get funded, and ultimately have a winning exit must either find their own unique niche or stake out ground on a different field altogether.

Microsoft releases off-schedule critical Windows Updates
Written by Danrok   
Saturday, 31 December 2011 14:39

From Fudzilla:

Credible and urgent Windows threats

In an effort to seal some last-minute Windows exploits as 2011 comes to an end, Microsoft has recently pushed out a last-minute patch to address three privately reported vulnerabilities in Microsoft .NET Framework.

Sony Ericsson Xperia Neo tested
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 29 December 2011 17:16

From Fudzilla:

Our today's guest is Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Neo. This time of year is usually full of special offers and although the phone costs a bit less than €250 in stores, we got it for €1 by signing a contract with our telco. We did our homework well and this was the way to go as the same deal that cost us €400 on the internet would cost €530 if we bought it from the store. Our readers from Austria should probably read this as we managed to get our mitts on Xperia Neo and Orange phone number with free internet access.

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