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It is the end of another week here at Geeky Gadgets, as usual we have seen lots of cool new gadgets, gizmo’s and geeky gear, so it is time for our round up of the most popular posts this week.
My personal favourites this week were the iPhone which was hacked to dual boot with Google’s Android OS as well as Apple’s iPhone OS and of course the leaked iPhone 4G.
1. YouTube Movie Rentals Now Available
Back in January YouTube began testing a movie rental service that would allow YouTube users to watch TV shows and movies on their computers. As of today the YouTube movie rental service has gone live in the US. [Read the full story]
2. Sprint HTC Evo 4G Event Announced For May 12th 2010
Sprint have announced that they will be holding a special event on the 12th of May 2010 in New York where they will be showing off their new flagship Google Android smartphone, the HTC Evo 4G. [Read the full story]
3. The iPhone 4G – More Photos And Video
Earlier today we showed you some photos of what Engadget were reporting to be the next generation Apple [AAPL] iPhone or iPhone 4G. Now it looks like the guys over at Gizmodo have managed to get their hands on the mystery device. [Read the full story]
4. Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Review
The Xperia X10 is Sony Ericsson’s first smartphone to feature Google’s Android OS, and it comes with a range of impressive specifications. The Xperia X10 features a 4 inch capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 x 854. [Read the full story]
5. Lego Robot Plays Tetris
I knew one day that robots would take over the world, it looks like that day may be sooner that we think as robots have now learned how to play Tetris, and it looks like the can play it much better than most of us. [Read the full story]
6. The Unofficial Gray Powell iPhone t-shirt
You have to feel sorry for Gray Powell, the Apple Software Engineer, who lost his iPhone prototype, which Gizmodo managed to get their hands on. [Read the full story]
7. Adobe To Drop iPhone Compiler Software After CS5
Adobe has announced that it will no longer be developing its iPhone Complier software that comes bundled with Adobe CS5. Originally Adobe launched the Compiler software to enable Flash developers to compile applications for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch. [Read the full story]
8. Iron Man iPad Decal
Some of our readers will remember the awesome Iron Man MacBook decal that we featured on Geeky Gadgets back in February, good news for all the iPad owners out there as there is a new version available for the iPad and this version looks just as cool as the last one. [Read the full story]
9. iPhone Hacked To Dual Boot With Android
If you still have your original iPhone 2G, and have been wondering what to do with it as it wont be updated to iPhone OS 4.0, then how about installing Android on it? [Read the full story]
10. BeetleCam The All Terrain Camera
Brothers Will and Matthew Burrad-Lucas were looking for a way to take photos of animals whilst on a trip to Africa, so they came up with the BeetleCam which safely lets them get close up shots of a range of animals including elephants and lions. [Read the full story]
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