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Apple To Drop Some Games And Peripherals From Retail Stores?

Apple To Drop Some Games And Peripherals From Retail Stores?

The next time you step inside your local Apple Store, you may experience an even more immaculate space at the already minimalist tech haven and find additional areas for personalized customer support. Inside sources quoted by The Loop, suggest that Apple Stores will be eliminating over 30 boxed games along with some hardware items from their retail shelves very soon. All this is to make more room for helping customers setup their new purchases.

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Optimus Popularis delayed; Mini Six companion ‘board due this year

Optimus Popularis delayed; Mini Six companion ‘board due this year

It's been a while since we've marvelled at the display-keys from Russian keyboard specialists Optimus, but the company is keen to remind us that it's only been delayed, not undone, by the recent economic unpleasantness. The Optimus Popularis - a more "affordable" version of the Maximus keyboard - has supposedly been pushed back until later in 2011, and before then the company will release a smaller version called the Optimus Mini Six.

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Alesis StudioDock for iPad turns tablet into pro-audio system

Alesis StudioDock for iPad turns tablet into pro-audio system

Alesis has unveiled its latest iPad peripheral, and if you're a digital musician who likes using your fingers then the StudioDock might make a lot of sense. A universal docking station, the Alesis StudioDock offers twin 1/4-inch XLR inputs and twin XLR outputs, along with a headphone socket, video output and MIDI in/out. It's designed to allow iPad music apps to connect with studio instruments as well as control external audio sources.

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Korg nanoSERIES2 USB controllers outed

Korg nanoSERIES2 USB controllers outed

Korg has refreshed its range of entry-level USB controllers at NAMM 2011 this week, with three new models offering straightforward control of music apps like GarageBand and Logic. The Korg nanoSERIES2 consists of the nanoKEY2, nanoPAD2 and nanoKONTROL2, each getting power and data via a single USB connection, and offering various combinations of keys, buttons and sliders.

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iPhonECG turns your iPhone 4 into an ECG machine [Video]

iPhonECG turns your iPhone 4 into an ECG machine [Video]

A new iPhone 4 accessory promises to turn the Apple smartphone into a clinic-quality ECG machine. The iPhonECG is a clip-on case for the handset with a pair of electrodes on the back; paired with the handset via Bluetooth, it sends ECG readings to the custom app. According to the developers, the case and app are expected to come in at under $100 when the iPhonECG reaches the market.

Video demo after the cut

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