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Don’t you just hate it when you lose a spanking new device that you worked so hard to save up for? Yeah, that is what we thought, too, and with iPads as well as iPhones being one of the more popular devices in the market, it makes perfect sense that they too would be targets of thieves – after all, it would be quite easy to sell stolen items as pre-loved goods since there is a ready market. LIGATT Security International has just announced a couple of new apps – the LocatePC Mobile Tracker Lite and Pro, where they can track not only your iPhone and iPad but your computer as well.
Microsoft’s E3 Xbox 360 press conference was a huge showcase for Kinect – the motion control camera sensor that launched last Novemeber. Aside from including full support for Xbox Live services via voice control, what gamers care about most are the games. What new games does Kinect support? Here’s the full list:
What do you think? Any of these Kinect games sound like your cup of tea? Did we miss a game? Drop us a comment and we’ll add the game to the list!
Full list of new Kinect-enabled games for Xbox 360, By Ubergizmo. Top Stories : Samsung Infuse 4G Review, Atrix Review,
Kinect’s “father” Kudo Tsunoda unveiled a new “permanent” feature to Xbox Live: Fun Labs. What exactly is Fun Labs? Tsunoda says that it’s a sandbox for players to toy with new Kinect experiences, developed by seasoned and independent developers. Here’s what Fun Labs will include:
Kinect Me: Sure, you can spend hours making your own custom Avatar, but why waste time doing that when you can let Kinect’s camera scan you and instantly make one for you? It’s kind of like the Nintendo 3DS’ Mii Maker. From the demo we saw, Avatars were created within seconds!
Kinect Sparkler: A demo for a “Sparkler” was shown off that allows you to draw in 3D, in front and behind an on-screen character. It’s a fun little gimmick, but pretty neat.
Kinect Googly Eyes: Scan items to create digital versions of them in your favorite games. Microsoft scanned a plush doll and within seconds, a digital model was created on-screen. Possibilities include scanning a car to race in your favorite racing game, a snowboard in your extreme sports game and more! First promised at Kinect’s unveil (back when it was known as Project Natal), scanning items is finally here!
When can you get a go at Kinect Fun Labs? It goes live today on Xbox Live. Have fun!
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LulzSec, who made good on their threat to attack Sony, and after having carted away with a respectable stash of personal information, has now started to offer stolen code from Sony Computer Entertainment Developer Network via its Twitter account. This file will weigh in at 54MB, so it won’t be too long on modern networks to download this file, but if you’re on dial-up, forget about it. Apart from that, there are whispers that one of the members of the group have already been arrested – anyone able to confirm or deny that account?
Of course, there are many parties (chief among them Sony) who would like to see the culprits behind LulzSec thrown behind bars, with the key chucked away for good. On the other hand, this has opened up Sony’s eyes (as well as other companies) that security is of utmost importance, and you get what you pay for (or don’t, in cases where security is easily breached).
While we looked at a blurry image of what some claim to be the Motorola Droid 3, here is yet another prime example of someone who is in a hurry when pressing the shutter button of a camera. With a bunch of fresh images having hit the Internet pipes today, it might very well be the same model, not to mention renewed speculation that this might just be the updated Droid Bionic.
How do you know that a particular device is being prepared to be released to the mass market? Well, just knock on the doors of the FCC to find out – it is that easy. One of the latest devices that we have stumbled upon would be the Sony S2 tablet that sports a couple of displays, not to mention running on the Android operating system. Having picked up the collective nod of approval from the FCC, which means it is very near a US release.
Having won approval for GSM 850 and 1900 bands, in addition to WCDMA bands II and V, they will correspond to AT&T?s network Stateside, so you can more or less make an educated guess on which mobile carrier the S2 will appear on way before it actually makes its way to the market.
While Apple’s WWDC 2011 keynote will most probably take up most of the attention of journalists everywhere, that does not mean the whole world would stop for Cupertino – no sir, other companies, too, have their own agenda that they would like to push their products out to the market. Nintendo is not going to let something called WWDC be a wet blanket, as they promised that their next generation console will debut at E3. While many people might think that it will be nothing other than the Wii 2, Nintendo has an even better idea – it will just be called, “Nintendo”.
Yup, you read that right – there is no need for a Wii HD or Wii 2, but plain old Nintendo will do just fine. After all, the world has always loved going back to basics, ranging from music to fashion, so why not naming conventions as well?
You can then use “Nintendo” as a verb or as a noun – are you going to Nintendo tonight, or do you want to Nintendo?