If you’re a fan, you’ll most likely have in your diary that the Gears of War 3 beta officially kicks off on Monday, April 18, for Bulletstorm “Epic Edition” owners, followed by the April 25 entrance of those who pre-ordered via GameStop. Whatever way you plan on getting your hands on a copy, you will need Xbox Live Gold membership to be able to enjoy it all. As this will be the first time Gears 3 goes public, here’s a quick video preview of what’s expected to come.
Check out the hands on video below of Sony Ericsson’s first Android phone, the XPERIA X10. It is powered by a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, the X10 boasts a 4″ WVGA capacitive touchscreen display, an 8.1 megapixel camera, Wi-Fi, GPS with GSM/GPRS/EDGE in addition to either UMTS/HSPA. The X10 unlike Motorola’s latest Android phone, the Droid, doesn’t come with Android 2.0 but instead 1.6, though this can be upgraded.
The LG GD900 Crystal which LG debuted at the GSMA World Congress, will be the world’s first phone with a transparent design handset. Not everything on the slider handset is transparent but the rear slider is translucent and the keypad gives off a brilliant glittering glow. Specs on technical details on the LG GD900 was limited, but LG will make sure to bring out the specs for review later this year.
Sony Ericsson’s latest Idou was revealed this week at the Mobile World Congress, Barcelona. Probably the most appealing feature is that the Idou boasts a 12.1-megapixel camera, of course, this means SE is now further leading the market with their Cybershot technology equipped phones. But to me I think that is the only thing that I like about the Idou and nothing else. The video embedded below features how the new user interface works on the full touch screen flagship, the picture browser works exactly like the iPhone’s, which kind of puts me off as there is nothing new or creative about it.
TechnoSource unveils one of the world’s favourist cube, the Rubik’s Cube, with a totally new, never ever been seen feature: touchscreen. To play this touchscreen Rubik’s Cube aka TouchCube, you press the Scramble square to scramble the cube and then, with a simple swipe of your finger, you will be able slide the lights on the TouchCube just like the original Rubik’s Cube.
I have to admit though, this is pretty geeky, but touchscreens seem like they will be on every gadget of the future, so what the heck! Video after the jump… Continue reading »
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Here’s a what looks like a-really-fun-when-you’re-really-bored Obama trampoline iPhone game featured in the video below. You can choose your favourite politician if Obama is not your type, there are different levels and just looks like an all round boredom-buster. Too bad though, its been rejected from the App Store by Apple.
Here’s what Apple said…
…it contains content that ridicules public figures and is in violation of Section 3.3.12 from the iPhone SDK Agreement which states:
“Applications must not contain any obscene, pornographic, offensive or defamatory content or materials of any kind (text, graphics, images, photographs, etc.), or other content or materials that in Apple’s reasonable judgement may be found objectionable by iPhone or iPod touch users.”
So that’s the explanation, watch the video of the game just after the break…