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Real Boxing Android Tegra Enhanced Review

Real Boxing Android Tegra Enhanced Review

This week the folks at Vivid Games S.A. have unleashed the biggest, baddest face-flattening Android game to ever grace the likes of the NVIDIA TegraZone: Real Boxing! While this game has been available for iOS for some time, this edition of the game comes to Android as a Tegra exclusive - having been assisted by the NVIDIA developer crew in optimizing the game for their Tegra 3 (and above) processor, you'll not be able to get this game anywhere other than your T3-toting machine (at least at first).

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Google Glass sees laser-projected keyboard possibilities

Google Glass sees laser-projected keyboard possibilities

This week a patent has been revealed as filed by Google for what very much appears to be a laser-projected set of controls emanating from a pair of smart glasses. This of course could mean that Google's Project Glass is about to see some amazing virtual reality controls as their two upcoming developer events come to fruition at the start of next month. And this isn't the first time we've seen wild, futuristic control possibilities for Google's Glass, either!

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Windows 8 RTM software build download available now

Windows 8 RTM software build download available now

This week the folks at Microsoft have sent out the Release to Manufacturing version of their newest operating system Windows 8 to developers around the world. This version of Windows is the final version of the software before it's released formally to the public, and developers working on applications that will be compatible with the operating system have access to the download this afternoon. The final release of the software to the public will take place on October 26th.

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Wearable Technology startup mc10 grabs Army contract and chats with SlashGear

Wearable Technology startup mc10 grabs Army contract and chats with SlashGear

This afternoon we got the chance to exchange words with mc10 co-founder Ben Schlatka on how the company's "electronics anywhere" tagline is being made a reality right here and now. Not only are they developing wearable technology for Medical and Industrial projects, they've also got consumer technology in the pipeline - and with their new R&D contract that includes Wearable Electronics for the Battlefield with NSRDEC, you'll see how the modern soldier will soon be benefitting in full from renewable power sources that are as natural to wear as a helmet.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: August 2nd, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: August 2nd, 2012

Without a doubt you'll want to start your day off right with our early review of Total Recall - the 2012 version. Right after that you'll want to take a peek at our interview with none other than the director of Total Recall Len Wiseman as he speaks with us about Science Fiction, directing his wife (Kate Beckinsale), and customized LED tattoos. Next you'll want to dive into Minecraft 1.3.1 as it brings on Emeralds as well as NPC trading! You'll also find that early this morning we've got a report on Sony's fiscal Q1 report shows income down a shocking 77 percent.

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Total Recall director Len Wiseman shares his sci-fi love with SlashGear

Total Recall director Len Wiseman shares his sci-fi love with SlashGear

This past week we got the opportunity to sit down with film director Len Wiseman at the Los Angeles press junket for the newest science fiction blockbuster of the summer: Total Recall. Wiseman revealed that not only is he a long-standing superfan of science fiction in general, he's had a bit of a history with the original Philip K Dick short story that inspired the 1990 film Total Recall - and of course loves Arnold as well. Have a peek at this 2012-based vision for the future from the meistro's seat right here and now.

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Google grabs six new Project Glass patents

Google grabs six new Project Glass patents

Google seems to have taken the litigious lessons it's learned from Android to heart, because the company is grabbing as many patents related to the new Project Glass as it can. The latest batch of six patents covers everything from helping the hearing impaired with visual cues to sensors designed to interpret the electrical pulses from the skin on a user's nose. None of them are officially associated with Project Glass, but the patent artwork speaks for itself.

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Microsoft shows off dual sided smartphone display system

Microsoft shows off dual sided smartphone display system

Microsoft has filed a patent application that has a very cool idea that would make for an interesting smartphone. The patent outlines a new dual sided display system for smartphones. In some of the graphics with the patent application, it shows the ability to have a clock on the outside and what appears to be the ability to show messaging indicators along the front edge as well.

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Raspberry Pi talks CE compliance

Raspberry Pi talks CE compliance

I know many geeks out there were excited over the thought of having the cheap and tiny Raspberry Pi device to play with. The first batch of those little boards sold out quickly and then a production delay prevented other deliveries to people wanting to get hands on one. The company has announced that its first 2000 boards arrived in the UK this past Monday. However, the company was hit with a bit of a setback last week after two suppliers decided not to distribute the board.

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