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Fly from Tokyo to San Francisco in 90 seconds

Published by on Aug 20th, 2014, No Comments

No, sorry, this isn’t some brilliant new space age technology people are dreaming up that will never occur. It is something a little simpler and more majestic then that.

Over 3,400 separate images were combined to make the time lapse video above from a Boeing 747-400 en route from Tokyo’s Narita Airport to San Francisco.

If you are dreading a long haul flight that is around the corner, maybe this video can calm your nerves and let you forget the headaches associated with commercial flights.

Source: psp747

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LokLok Review: No more boring lock screens

Published by on Aug 20th, 2014, No Comments

Imagine having a shared lock screen with friends where you can draw on your lock screen and it shows up on theirs. LokLok is a new application that does just that. We are all so used to the social media  apps out there like Facebook, Twitter and Instagram but LokLok is a fresh a addition to communicating with close friends and loved ones.

The concept of it is, you connect and add friends found on Facebook or via their Email address, and once connected with each other you now share a lock screen where you can leave messages, drawings and even photos.
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Turn any Android device into a PC gamepad (video)

Published by on Aug 20th, 2014, 1 Comment

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Playing something like a platformer on a PC can be quite cumbersome with a keyboard and mouse, and Ideum believe they have the answer. It has created an Android app called GestureWorks Gameplay which is used as a virtual controller, letting you use your phone or tablet to steer the action instead of either a real gamepad or on-screen buttons. (more…)

What a Bezel-less phone looks like in the hand

Published by on Aug 20th, 2014, 2 Comments

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Sharp’s Aquos Crystal X, a 5.5-inch smartphone that features hair-thin bezels on its sides and top, looks absolutely brilliant. (more…)

Report: Apple plans reversible USB cable for iPhone 6

Published by on Aug 19th, 2014, 5 Comments

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We all know that USB plugs can be annoying. There is only one ‘right side up’ and more often than not, we get frustrated by first having to figure our which side up is the right side, before you can plug your device into a USB port.

Apple is reportedly looking to eradicate this frustration, by making their Lightning cable for the iPhone 6 reversible.

This means that the cable will be able to plug into any USB port form any orientation – thus eliminating the struggle of having to figure out which side is ‘up’.  (more…)

Huawei Ascend P7 Review: Elegantly designed and surprisingly fun

Published by on Aug 19th, 2014, No Comments

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Mention Huawei in public and you will not get the impression that people are aware that Huawei is, in fact, the third largest smartphone maker in the world. What is more likely to occur is a brief (and sometimes heated) discussion on how exactly to pronounce Huawei. If you are a company hoping to enter the mainstream mobile market, this is generally bad news.

Sensing this apprehension, Huawei have made a concerted effort to force themselves onto the global public’s consciousness, even making this laboured and perfectly ridiculous advert in Times Square to educate New Yorkers on the correct pronunciation of Huawei (It’s Wah-Way for those who want to win an argument). The fact that this video has scored more than 300,000 views suggests that even people outside China are starting to take Huawei seriously. (more…)

First “frame-less” smartphone launching this week

Published by on Aug 19th, 2014, 1 Comment

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Sharp has just teased an upcoming announcement that we can expect today, 19 August, and we’re intrigued.

It takes something real interesting, unique or new to make the world sit up and notice these days, as phones have become quite generic. Unfortunately, Sharp is only expected to enter the US market, and of course it’s native Japan. (more…)

Moto 360 pricing details leaked

Published by on Aug 19th, 2014, No Comments

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Today’s news are all about wearables, strangely enough. We are expecting the official Moto 360 launch on September 4th, and many questions were being asked about the pricing of this device.

Many believed it would have to cost much more than the recently released Android Wear smartwatches, but that seems not to be the case. If the leak from Best Buy is to be believed, the Moto 360’s price will be very much in line with that of its competitors. (more…)

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