On February 8, 2010, in Gaming, by Fahad Majidi

This new game? It’s on the road to being a classic, no doubt. Not our words- but those of God Of War creator, David Jaffe who having seen Flower, blogged that it was likely to be “ one of the most emotional games of all times.” Not Using a single button- any button in fact to propel your flowery swirl around in conjunction with Sixaxis motion sensitivity, you return the color to the otherwise monochromatic landscape by swooping over little clumps of flowers, each of which makes a different sound tinkling piano, gently strummed guitar, synthy choral burbles- dependent on color size.


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Its been made official, not very long after we spoke about the rumored specs of a new Nikon DSLR flagship, the D3s has been confirmed to arrive this November. So what’s new in the latest D3s? The most stunning new piece of hardware in this badboy is a redesigned sensor which allows it to shoot up to ISO 102,400 – the D3s will certainly not suffer from any nightblindness!


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After receiving and trying out the newly released Sony Walkman S Series S544 portable media player for about a week, here’s a quick review of what we thought of it.

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Hands on Sony DSLR Alpha 500 (A500)

On August 31, 2009, in Digital Cameras, by KLS

Last week Sony announced the launch of their next in the line Alpha series DSLR cameras, the Alpha 500 and 550 (see the press release after the break). To be out from the end of October this year, the DSLR-A550 and DSLR-A500 digital SLRs are based around new CMOS sensors with added manual focus confirmation live view mode using the main imaging sensor, in addition to Sony’s secondary-sensor Quick AF live view system.


Both cameras feature Sony’s better noise reduction, include an Auto HDR mode and offer sensitivity of up to ISO 12800. The 14.2 MP A550 features a higher resolution 921k dot 3″ tilt-angle LCD, while the 12.3 MP A500 comes with a 230k dot resolution 3″tilt-angle LCD.The pictures below are the first hands on photos taken with the Alpha 500 by the folks over at Pocket Lint.



Though stepped up and improved, I think its a smart decision for Sony to keep the tilt-angle LCD as I have personally found it too useful when I tested previous models myself. See more photos after the jump…

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It’s out! Finally a proper Facebook app update which I have really been looking forward to. The new Facebook app version 3.0 for the iPhone / iPod Touch aims to make staying connected to and sharing updates with your friends an even easier experience than before.


Probably the features which I have personally been most wanting to see is support for landscape mode, zooming photos, seeing latest b-day and updates and of course a complete photo management entirely from your iPhone. For iPhone 3GS users, you will definitely be delighted to know that the new Facebook 3.0 app now finally gives you the ability to upload videos which you have recorded.

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Newest to arrive the App Store is the TomTom GPS application for iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS. Versions specific for countries can now be found, these include the US and Canada, UK and Ireland, Western Europe, Australia and New Zealand.


Though pricing may be an issue for some with its App Store prices ranging from $79.99 to $139.99, it does mean that iPhone users will now have more choices when it comes to choosing the most suitable turn-by-turn GPS car navigation application.

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Thanks to you guys who sent in the press release on the launch of Samsung’s new dual LCD cameras  TL220 and TL225. Both cameras sport a 1.5″ front mini LCD great for those who like self-portraits, the dual are both based on a 12.2 megapixel sensor with 4.6x optical zoom capable of 720p quality video recording, the only slight difference is that TL225 has a larger 3.5″ rear LCD touchscreen display.


Check out the full press release after the jump…

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