Qik the Skype owned company has today rolled out their new Qik Video
Premium product to Android devices which now allows you to manage your
videos with ease. Qik Premium has been available on iOS devices for some
time but now the premium features area available on Android.
Enabling you to keep all your mobile videos in one place, and upload
every mobile video recorded with your phone to your Qik account so you
can share and manage them with ease.
Other Qik Premium features include
unlimited video storage and the ability to record and share videos in
high definition (720p) and 3D on select Android devices.
Qik Premium is available as a free 30 trail and then for $4.99/month
thereafter. You can now download the latest version of Qik Video from
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Warhammer 40k: Space Marine gets a demo and here's the trailer for it.
Relic Games is releasing a demo for their upcoming Warhammer 40k: Space Marine.
The game follows Captain Titus as he battles to protect the Empire.
It’s a third-person shooter and melee game. It won’t feature a cover
system but health does regenerate and your armor comes with an Iron Halo
shield. Two multiplayer modes will be available.
The demo is available today August 24th for both the Xbox 360 and
Playstation 3. The full game will be released on September 6th, 2011 for
PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.
Devil May Cry can look forward to younger, raging Dante in the 2012
reboot, along with a total change of environments, Angel and Devil
modes, and aerial combat galore.
British developer Ninja Theory made the trek to Cologne, Germany for
Gamescom 2011 to show off a very short tease of Capcom’s Devil May Cry
prequel. The game will reboot the franchise with a brand new Dante, who
has been completely redesigned as a younger, less refined hero. But his
attitude has remained intact.
Rebel with a demon-smashing cause
The game retains the black humor that has been a staple of the
third-person perspective action franchise, but it brings a more
contemporary feel to the forefront. Tameem Antoniades, who’s official
title is "Ninja Theory’s main creative dude,” used a Hollywood boxing
reference to compare the new Da
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If you are looking forward to the launched of Blizzards Diablo 3
game, Blizzard has today announced the launch of their new official
Diablo 3 community site to keep you updated on all new announcements and
As the community site becomes more established Blizzard says it will
add a guides section featuring lore, characters, classes, maps, and
more. But no release date has been announced as yet by Blizzard for the
launch of the game and Blizzard hasn’t committed to it launching before
the end of the year.
”This will be your sanctuary for all the latest developments
from New Tristram and beyond, featuring community forums and regular
updates to this blog, where you can post comments and share news items
via Twitter, Facebook, and other popular social media outlets.”
Nokia has added a couple of new mobile phone to its range with the launch of the Nokia 100 and the Nokia 101, both of these new mobile phones are designed for emerging markets including Africa and Asia.
Both devices are designed to be low cost, and the Nokia 1011 comes
with a single SIM card slot whilst the Nokia 101 comes with a dual SIM card slot and an MP3 player.
Both models will go on sale in elected markets shortly, the Nokia 100
will retail for about 20 Euros whilst the Nokia 101 will retail for
about 25 Euros, you can find out more information over at Nokia.
Earlier we heard about four new smartphones in the Samsung Galaxy
range, and now the guys over at Three have go their hands on one of
these devices, and have have put together a video on the new Samsung
The Samsung Galaxy W will come with a 1.4GHz processor, and will also
feature a 5 megapixel camera which can shoot HD video in 720p, Android Gingerbread 2.3, and a 3.7 inch Super LCD display.
The Samsung Galaxy W will be available in the UK with mobile network
Three, there are no details on pricing or availability as yet.
has released some new software for its Google TV, in the form of the
Android add on SDK for Google TV, which will allow developers to port
their existing applications to Google TV and also create new ones.
When Google releases Honeycomb for Google TV, you will be able to use
applications on your Google TV device just the way you do on your
Android smartphone or tablet.
At Google I/O, we announced that Android Market is coming to
Google TV. Today, we are excited to announce a preview of the Google TV
add-on for the Android SDK. With the upcoming OS update to Honeycomb,
Google TV devices will be Android compatible. That means developers can
build great new Android apps for TV, optimize existing mobile or tablet
apps for TV, and distribute those apps through Android Market.
Google is obviously hoping that bringing applications to Google TV
will boost th
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Sales of RIM's BlackBerry smartphones have
been on the wane in the US. However, it has been reported that phones to
be released next year by the company may be able to run Android apps,
which could well grab the attention of consumers.
shrewd move to increase its appeal among consumers and kick-start sales,
the next generation of BlackBerry smartphones could be designed to run Android apps. It is thought the phones will be launched in the first half of next year.
The news comes via Bloomberg, which cited "three people familiar with the plan” as its source.
Research In Motion (RIM), the Canadian company behind the BlackBerry
product line, is currently building smartphones that will use its new
QNX software. Phones wi
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Samsung has added four new smartphones to its galaxy range with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy M Pro, the Samsung Galaxy W, the Samsung Galaxy Y and the Samsung Galaxy Y Pro.
All of these new Samsung Galaxy smartphones comes with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and Samsung will be showing these new devices off at IFA Berlin next month.
The Samsung Galaxy W features a 1.4GHz processor, a 3.7 inch
touchscreen display, a 5 megapixel camera, whilst the Galaxy M Pro comes
with a QWERTY keyboard plus a 1GHz processor.
There are two versions of the Galaxy Y, which include the pro model
and both come with an 832Mhz processor, a 3 megapixel camera and a 2.6
inch display, whilst the Pro model features a QWERTY keyboard.
pit Samsung's Galaxy S II vs. LG's Optimus 3D, comparing spec by spec
to see which Android handset offers better bang for your buck.
We’re two months into 2011 and the number of competing high-end
smartphone continues to grow. At the Mobile World Congress, both LG and
Samsung showed off their upcoming flagship Android handsets: the LG Optimus 3D
and the Samsung Galaxy S II. Samsung has chosen to pack its handset
with the latest version of Android and beefy stats, while LG has chosen
the more experimental path of glasses-free 3D. But which one comes out
on top when the numbers are crunched? Find out below!
If you’re a big fan of 3D, this decision will bother you immensely.
It’s difficult to make this decision without actually having the LG
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Plans to release the iPad 3 in the fall
appear to have been shelved as Apple deals with issues relating to its
Retina display technology. The launch of a high-resolution iPad 3 in
2012 is now thought likely.
It seems that rumors of a fall release for the iPad 3 can finally be laid to rest.
Taiwan-based DigiTimes reported
late Monday that the iPad 3′s supply schedule for the second half of
2011 has been canceled by Apple. A supply volume of 1.5 to 2 million
units for the third quarter and 5 to 6 million units for the fourth
quarter had been planned.
It seems that the delay is related to issues concerning the
introduction of an improved screen resolution, what Cupertino-based
Apple call the Retina display. The high resolution screen was first seen
with the release of the iPhone 4 in 2010.
The DigiTimes report says: "The sources believe that the yield rate
of the 9.7-in
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Just to be clear: this does not purport to be anything like the
iPhone 5. In fact, it almost certainly isn't. But I can still hope in my
secret heart that we'll be seeing an iPhone like this someday, right?
The only feature showcased in this CGI mockup—again, in no way
claiming to be based on actual future Apple products—by Aatma Studio
here that may actually show up in the next iPhone is the full-width
display, although that razor-thinness is tantalizing, too. But wait, no,
it's not about that. Comparing this to any real idea of the iPhone 5 is
like comparing your dream of Abraham Lincoln to an actual photograph of
Abraham Lincoln and being reminded that Real Lincoln's beard is shorter
and his hat is crookeder and he doesn't shoot justice lasers from his
So let's enjoy this concept, not compare it against an upcomin
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