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  • June 4th, 2012

    by Published on June 4th, 2012 23:20
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    2. Android News,
    3. Apple iPhone,
    4. Windows Phone
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    Well the Summer has arrived and its time to take a look at whats Hot in the Console, Mobile, Gadget and Gaming Worlds.

    Today its the turn of the Smartphone, the Smartphone has took over from all other types of phones and they are so powerful these days, Gaming on the Smartphone is nearing console level which is frightening.

    Heres our pick of the best of todays Smartphones with links and descriptions:

    Iphone 4S

    Just when you thought a smartphone couldn’t get any better, it just did — the iPhone 4S is sure to change the way you communicate. The Siri technology lets you talk to this Apple smartphone as you would talk to a person, turning the iPhone 4S into a personal assistant. The powerful dual-core A5 chip ensures that this Apple phone gives you a lightning-fast performance and life-like graphics. Shoot 1080p HD videos and click crystal-clear snaps with the 8 MP camera of this Apple smartphone. To make your life easier, this Apple phone runs on iOS 5 that lets you enjoy numerous features and an easy-to-use interface. That’s not all; with the iCloud feature of the iPhone 4S, you can stop worrying about managing your stuff, because your phone does it for you.


    Samsung Galaxy SIII

    Effortlessly smart and intuitively simple, Samsung Galaxy S III is a new smartphone concept. It is the most human mobile device ever made.
    It sees, listens, responds. It's personal. But it's for everyone. And it marks an incredible new generation of mobile phones.

    Inspired by nature: the GALAXY S III's minimal and organic design is reflected in its smooth and non-linear lines of the device. Its human-centric nature provides an ergonomic and comfortable experience with enhanced usability.

    With the Samsung Galaxy S III, you can view content like never before on a 4.8 inch HD Super AMOLED display, whilst an 8MP camera and an 1.9MP front camera offer a variety of intelligent camera features and face recognition related options so you can capture all moments easily and instantly. The Samsung Galaxy S III is powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and full of intuitive technology, delivering a uniquely personalised mobile experience.


    HTC One V

    t’s the first thing you pick up in the morning, and the last thing you put away at night. You work on it, you connect to the digital world with it, and you interact with those that matter most on it. You reach for it every time you want to remember a moment, and you easily share that moment with just a couple taps. This isn’t just another smartphone; it stays with you and keeps up with you. HTC One V, the essential smartphone for those on the go.
    The HTC One V resurrects the iconic design of the HTC Legend -- durable and timeless from the inside out. As part of the HTC One family it has amazing camera technology with HTC ImageSense™ that goes beyond point and shoot, allowing you to take amazing pictures in any conditions. You have a true digital camera on the HTC One V. Beats Audio integration provides an advanced audio experience whatever you are listening to and there is even 25GB free Cloud storage via Dropbox. You can even wirelessly share anything from your phone and view it on your TV.


    Nokia Lumia 900 4G

    The Nokia Lumia 900 4G LTE phone features a large and vibrant 4.3-inch AMOLED ClearBlack Display. The AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) technology increases the refresh rate of the screen and enhances the contrast ratio while reducing energy consumption to increase battery life. The ClearBlack Display (CBD) feature blocks incoming light reflections through a polarized layer to improve screen visibility under direct sunlight. This smartphone does not shy away from technology to enrich the user experience.



    Upgraded with Blackberry 6 software, the BlackBerry Torch 9800 smartphone brings a wide range of applications at your fingertips. With blackberry messenger, this BlackBerry torch keeps you in touch with your friends 24x7. The 3.2-inch HVGA+ 480 x 360 pixel color display of this BlackBerry smartphone displays excellent images, making it easy for you to browse through websites and web pages. Featuring a 5 MP camera, this BlackBerry torch lets you capture all the memorable moments with striking clarity and detail. The expandable memory, faster video loading and the pinch and zoom feature in this BlackBerry smartphone ensures a remarkable multi-media experience. The slide out qwerty keyboard of the BlackBerry
    by Published on June 4th, 2012 22:57
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    2. Wii U News
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    Nintendo will launch Wii U with a price tag of around 30,000 yen (£249/$383).
    That's according to a report in Japanese business paper Nikkei (via Andriasang).It's unclear where the paper's information comes from, but we might not find out if it's on the money for a while yet.
    Nintendo is due to showcase the final Wii U hardware during its E3 press conference tomorrow afternoon, but has said it'll be saving a price announcement for later in the year.
    The newspaper also claims Nintendo will reveal a new larger 3DS at the conference tomorrow.
    Nintendo kicked off its E3 offerings last night with a surprise Sunday Nintendo Direct broadcast, showing off the first footage of Mario Wii U and announcing the Miiverse online feature. If you didn't stay up late to see it all unfold you can watch the broadcast again via our Nintendo pre-E3 broadcast: As it happened article. Enjoy.

    by Published on June 4th, 2012 22:54
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    It took some time before we had the Wii in diverse colors, but it appears Nintendo plans on offering two colors with the Wii U console close to launch. During today's Nintendo Direct presentation, during an extended and awkward vignette, the company showed off a black console along with video chat.

    by Published on June 4th, 2012 22:33
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    2. Xbox 360 News

    Disappointed that there was no word of Xbox 720? Microsoft says there's no need, thanks to its "biggest year for blockbuster games in Xbox history".
    The platform holder confidently claims that the next twelve months is going to be better than any previous year for Xbox 360 users, thanks to the like of Halo 4, Call of Duty Black Ops, Gears of War: Judgment and a wealth of new Kinect and XBLA games.
    Due for Microsoft's console throughout the next year are:
    Ascend: New Gods, a new XBLA RPG from the makers of popular action title Toy Soldiers. Players will be able to continue their war efforts against their enemies on their mobile phone, strengthening their forces in game.
    XBLA racer Avatar Motocross Madness, the latest in a string of games that let you play as your Xbox Avatar.
    Dance Central 3, the second sequel to Harmonix's hugely popular Kinect dancing series, featuring tracks from Usher, Daft Punk, Gloria Gaynor, 50 Cent and more.
    Lionhead's Fable: The Journey which brings Kinect functionality to Microsoft's flagship RPG series. The game will be released in the UK on October 12th.
    FIFA 13, which now feature voice commands via Kinect
    Forza Horizon, the first entry in the series to go beyond racing circuits and onto the open road - even throwing traffic into the mix.
    Epic Games' prequel Gears of War: Judgment, which takes fans back to Emergence Day, a pivotal event in the Gears universe. Judgment will be released in early 2012 around the world.
    Halo 4, Master Chief's comeback, which features Xbox SmartGlass connectivity and a brand new story-driven multiplayer experience called Spartan Ops.
    Happy Wars, a multiplayer action game that focuses on cartoon-style arena combat.
    Stunt-centric title Joe Danger: The Movie, which allows gamers to create their own wacky action films.
    Lococycle, a martial arts action game starring a cybernetic assassin.
    Madden 13, which - like FIFA 13 - will allow players to call out commands to their teammates via Kinect's voice control.
    Side-scrolling stealth action game Mark of the Ninja
    Matter, a mysterious title developed for Xbox 360 and Kinect in collaboration with Pirates of the Caribbean director Gore Verbinski.
    Resident Evil 6, the next blockbuster from Capcom's survival horror series. All DLC for the game will be made available for Xbox 360 before any other platform.
    South Park: The Stick of Truth, an RPG set in the animated world created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone. It is due for release on March 5th, 2013 and sees players rally familiar South Park chracters against crap people, hippies and other forces of evil.
    Square Enix's action adventure Tomb Raider. Like Resident Evil 6, all DLC will be temporarily exclusive to Xbox 360.
    Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist, the latest entry in Ubisoft's stealth action series. This time Sam Fisher must hunt down terrorists that are trying to force the US to withdraw its troops from global hotzones.
    Wreckateer, an Angry Birds-style Kinect game in which players use a catapult to destroy medieval castles.
    “2012 is a landmark year for Xbox,” said Phil Spencer, Corporate Vice President of Microsoft Studios.

    by Published on June 4th, 2012 22:28
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    Amazon has a bit of good news today for those that have opted for its least expensive e-reader. The company has just begun rolling out a software update (version 4.1.0) that brings with it a new reading font that's said to be "higher contrast and crisper" for an even more "paper-like reading experience." Other additions include expanded parental controls that let you restrict access to the web browser, archived items, and the Kindle Store, as well as support for the more complex layouts and formats offered by Kindle Format 8 books, improved table and image viewing, and support for children's books with Kindle Text Pop-Up and comic books with Kindle Panel View -- the latter of which lets you view comics panel by panel (when such books are available in the "next few weeks," that is). Hit the source link below for all the details and a direct download link.

    by Published on June 4th, 2012 22:26
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    2. Windows Phone
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    Microsoft is likely as eager to announce the upcoming version of Windows Phone -- known as Apollo or Windows Phone 8 -- as we are to hear about it. Fortunately, we expect the answers to our many questionswon't be left unanswered for much longer, as the folks in Redmond are flying down to San Francisco to offer us a sneak peak of "the future of Windows Phone." Certainly, we're hoping this brief look at the next OS will be more expansive than, say, the BlackBerry 10 reveal last month. Either way, we'll be at the event to cover every single detail, so mark your calendar!

    by Published on June 4th, 2012 22:23
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    2. Nintendo 3DS News
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    Nintendo might have more up its E3 sleeve than just final Wii U hardware and a boatload of franchise games. According to Nikkei, the Japanese console legend is readying a version of the 3DS with a big 4.3-inch main display. That's smaller than on some smartphones we've seen, but a more than substantial jump from the 3.5-inch original. We might not even have long to wait: the trade paper claims that this biggest of all Nintendo handhelds could be ready as soon as the summer, just in time to squeak in some vacation playtime (and prepare us for Luigi's Mansion 2). As always, rumors such as these aren't guaranteed roadmaps; don't be surprised if we just see a regular-sized 3DS in plaid instead. If the plans are real, however, expect the DSi XL to develop feelings of inadequacy.

    by Published on June 4th, 2012 22:21
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    2. Xbox 360 News

    Microsoft has announced a feature called SmartGlass that provides a new set of features when viewing media on mobile or PC devices. Sources say that it will provide context focused advertising/product placement as well as metadata about the media you are currently viewing. Additionally the interface allows you to store viewing data and share between your desktop and mobile devices to continue viewing content between devices. From the article: 'SmartGlass also allows you to view the web on an Xbox 360 using Internet Explorer. The tablet or phone becomes the keyboard and you can easily browse web pages without having a physical keyboard in the living room.

    by Published on June 4th, 2012 22:19
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    2. Android News

    Google's Android platform has become the most popular mobile operating system both among consumers and malware writers, and the company earlier this year introduced the Bouncer system to look for malicious apps in the Google Play market. Bouncer, which checks for malicious apps and known malware, is a good first step, but as new work from researchers Jon Oberheide and Charlie Miller shows, it can be bypassed quite easily and in ways that will be difficult for Google to address in the long term. Oberheide and Miller, both well-known for their work on mobile security, went into their research without much detailed knowledge of how the Bouncer system works. Google has said little publicly about its capabilities, preferring not to give attackers any insights into the system's inner workings. So Oberheide and Miller looked at it as a challenge, an exercise to see how much they could deduce about Bouncer from the outside, and, as it turns out, the inside."

    by Published on June 4th, 2012 22:18
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    2. Nintendo 3DS News

    Japanese newspaper Nikkei reporting large screen version of handheld unveiling is due

    Nintendo may be planning the announcement of a large screen 3DS at this year's E3.
    That's according to Japanese newspaper Nikkei, which has reason to belive a 4.3 inch screen version of the Nintendo handheld is to be unveiled this week. By such a measurement the device would be approximately 1.5 times its current size.

    It adds that the hardware could hit Europe, America and Japan by this summer, as reported via Andriasang.
    Having previously released an oversized version of the DSi handheld – the DSi XL – it would seem feasible that Nintendo would do the same with the 3DS.

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