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Videogame History Museum – E3 2012

Presented by Gearbox software The Videogame History Museum was collecting quite a buzz. How could it not with classic artifacts and memorabilia from the game consoles of the past. In the booth were classic arcade games like Pac-Man, Altered Beast, Defender and Asteroids among many more. Tables that displayed game consoles from Atari, Nintendo and […]

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This give a WHOLE new meaning to, Playing with your balls!

OK get your mind out of the gutter! I’m talking about Sphero, a robotic ball that you can control with your mobile device via Bluetooth connectivity. Not to sure what you would use this for exactly, besides to just have some fun but at $129.99 seems a little steep to me for what it does. […]

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E3 2012 Day 1

It was a busy day at the LA convention Center. Before you could even get into the building NOS was out front with a large booth. They had a couple of themed-out show cars a DJ and lots of booth babes handing out NOS as everyone viewed on. After a long wait in line just […]

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HAWKEN – E3 2012

ElecrtricSproket had the chance to play Hawken on day 1 one at E3. As I approached the TwitchTV booth there were Alienware PC stations set up and running the game. Set in a futuristic Mech genre you pilot a mech and battle it out multiplayer style. Being a PC based game, It took a little […]

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Microsoft’s Entertainment Evolved E3 press event

Here is a short wrap up of todays press conference. The Microsoft Pre-E3 event today was filled with lots of exciting new stuff. It opened with the introduction of Halo 4. The demo featured the Master Chief in the next and final installment of the Halo series. Next Ubisoft debuted Splinter Cell “Black List” with […]

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What to do after installing Absinthe 2.0 Untethered Jailbreak – updated

If your new to Jailbreaking and you just installed Absinthe 2.0 there are a few things to do right after the Jailbreak is installed. First you may want to add some more sources which I ‘ll describe immediately below, next you may want add some tweaks to spruce up you device and the last thing […]

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Jailbreak (Untethered 5.1.1)- Absinthe 2.0.4 is released, Links and Tutorial

Today at the Hack In The Box conference in Amsterdam. Pod2g and the Chronic Dev Team not only talked about the latest exploit for iOS 5.1.1 firmware but also released a Jailbreak to the world. This has been long-awaited especially for myself since two months ago I had to restore my device and lost my […]

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America’s new tech hero- HULC

Ok Lockheed Martin did not genetically make the “HULK” of Comic book lore to enlist in battle. In fact what they did do is engineer an Exoskeleton to be worn by Army personnel in the field. HULC is a Hydraukic-powered anthropomorphic exoskeleton that provides the wearer added ability to carry up two 200 pounds. The […]

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Add color to Mac’s Finder sidebar with SideEffects

If you care about little nuances and tweaks with your Mac but more specifically your Finder. You should look into SideEffects from the HackStore, this little app is still in Beta but it works great and is easy to install. It simply adds color to your sidebar icons. I didn’t think it was a big […]

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Computer in your pocket, ultra portable Android/Linux OS on a stick

  So if you’re looking for a computer that you can not only take with you wherever you go, but that’s so compact it’s not much bigger than a USB flash drive. Then This Linux-based device¬†that runs Android 4.0 may be what you’re looking for. Available online for $74 this 3.5″ long device packs in […]

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Amplify sound and increase screen size of your iPhone 4 with HiveDock

If you don’t have an Apple TV or maybe you don’t have a large screen tv to mirror your iPhones display to. If you like to share video with others around you or maybe your just not into all that tech stuff. The HiveDock from Screendoor Studio may be your low tech device that can […]

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Impressive iPhone5 concept

We found this today and just had to share. Normally we tend to not focus on rumors or speculation on the newest tech gadgets but this is a concept and neither of the two. By far this has to be the best concept of the next-gen iPhone that I have seen to date. If Apple […]

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Customize Lion with ease, try Lion Designer 2

There are many apps, tweaks and command line code to customize your Mac. Some are not for the faint of heart when it comes to using the Terminal in OS X. Terminal tweaks need to be typed in exactly or they either will not work or could damage your OS (if using a SUDO command). […]

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Control music with a gesture of your hand

Since the introduction of Microsoft’s Kinect for Xbox gestures and the reading of body motion to control devices and actions are becoming the next evolution. That Evolution is bleeding its way to the Mac OS X by way of an app called Flutter by Bot Square. What Flutter does (as of right now) is play […]

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