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Terrafugia Roadable Aircraft

We showed you some preliminary video of the flying car a while back, but now it has actually flown and is being debuted at the New York Auto Show.  The beauty of this is not the sleek design (it has none), but the fact that it can do both - is road-legal and is available for pre-order.  I opted for the Mass Effect 3 pre-order as the car/plane will set you back $279,000.

Video Game Releases of the Week

There are a few good titles being released this week - one of which you may have heard a bit of hype.  Mass Effect 3 lands on PC, 360 and PS3 this week!  It looks like an interesting game as there are different ways to play to keep things fresh and moving.  ShackNews has the full list of releases and details about the games.  Check out the list below.


  • Adam's Venture - Episode 3: Relevations (download)
  • Major League Baseball 2K12
  • Mass Effect 3
  • The Sims 3 Showtime


  • Blades of Time
  • I Am Alive (XBLA - $15)
  • Major League Baseball 2K12
  • Mass Effect 3
  • Street Fighter X Tekken


  • Blades of Time
  • Major League Baseball 2K12
  • Mass Effect 3
  • MLB 12: The Show
  • MotorStorm RC (PSN - $10)
  • Start The Party! Save the World (PSN - $30)
  • Street Fighter X Tekken


  • Major League Baseball 2K12
  • Mario Party 9


  • Major League Baseball 2K12


  • MLB 12: The Show
  • MotorStorm RC (PSN - $10)
  • Unit 13


  • Crush3D
  • Fun! Fun! Minigolf Touch! (eShop - $5)
  • Zuma's Revenge (eShop - $8)


  • Major League Baseball 2K12


  • Major League Baseball 2K12
  • Zuma's Revenge (DSiWare - $8)


Samsung Action

Samsung has a wide range of products and today we've gathered up some Samsung reviews floating in the new bucket and have put them together to prove our point.

TweakNews starts off with the SA850 27" LCD that comes in bearing a nice 2560x1440 resolution.  TweakNews is up next with a look at the WB750 camera that comes with a nice long 18x optical zoom as well as the entry-level ST96 camera.

If you're more interested in a phone that also has a camera, MEGATech Reviews looks at the Galaxy Note while TweakNews brags about the Galaxy Nexus.

There is a good chance you'll be looking at SSD storage in the next few months, and if so, the Samsung PM830 series over at the SSDReview gives you a heads-up on what mSATA's are doing.  These are what is inside the awesome ultrabook machines.

Mobile World Congress 2012 Roundup

The Mobile World Congress has rapped up in Barcelona this week and as expected we saw quite a few new smartphone being announced. As usual some of them are still quite a few months away but if you're a phone person its kinda cool to see whats next. Engadget has the full roundup of all the coolest phones that were being announced this year at the MWC.

Mobile World Congress is a dignified affair held yearly in Barcelona that companies take very seriously. For example, unlike CES, there are lots and lots of suits -- after all, this is a congress. Here, some of the most unique and desirable handsets meet the eyes of press, analysts and buyers for the very first time. Accordingly, anxieties were high among company leaders as they put their best foot forward and held their breath for the first round of impressions.

iPad 3 to be called iPad HD?

Here's your Friday Apple rumor: The new iPad (iPad 3) might be using the name iPad HD instead. The guys over at Gizmodo are reporting that thanks to some of Apple's partners releasing products for the next iPad already a couple of them are referring to it as iPad HD. Is this just a mistake or could this be the actual name of the next device? Guess we only have to wait a little while longer before its released and the constant rumors can finally stop.

Would Apple name the new iPad 3 the iPad HD? According to alleged part listings from Griffin and Belkin, this may be the case. The product name is a good match for the its new Retina-like display.

Five ways Windows 8 is better than iOS and Android

The Windows 8 "consumer preview" went live this week and already people seem to be liking it, even the guys over at CNN/Wired who have found 5 things they like about Windows 8 that neither iOS or Android offer. It will be interesting to see how Windows 8 sells when it is finally released but the fact that everyone isn't trashing it already is probably a good sign for Microsoft.

When Microsoft revealed the "consumer preview" of Windows 8 on Wednesday, it didn't just give the world a glimpse at a new OS — it also showed us that it can be a leader in touch-based user interface design. Yes, Microsoft's new tablet UI isn't merely utilitarian. It's actually innovative, and even cool.

And in some ways it trumps the best that Apple and Google currently have to offer in iOS and Android, respectively.


Sentey GSP1000-SM 1000W Modular PSU

SenteyWe have just taken a look at the Sentey GSP1000-SM 1000W 80+ Gold Power Supply.  This is the best-of-the-best from Sentey, as it is part of their 80PLUS Gold series and boasts a full 1000W output.  If you haven't heard of Sentey before, you're not alone - but you should consider them when buying your next Power Supply.  Please check our review for all the details.

Today we are looking at the GSP1000-SM 1000W 80+ Gold Power Supply and are going to find out how their flagship product stacks up on our test platform.  They've included a few really awesome features in this unit and at first glance, I think they've done a lot of things right, we'll find out as we continue how it holds up on our PSU testing platform.

Windows 8 Consumer Preview

If you want to try out Windows 8 and can't wait until launch day then you'll be happy to learn that Microsoft has announced the Windows 8 Consumer Preview is now available to the general public and you can head on over and download it right now. Head on over and get your very own "preview" copy of Windows 8 as well as a bunch of information about Windows 8.

It's Windows reimagined and reinvented from a solid core of Windows 7 speed and reliability. It's an all-new touch interface. It's a new Windows for new devices. And it's your chance to be one of the first to try it out.

Give it a try and make sure to post your thoughts in the forums using the link below.

Social Networking by the Numbers

This week on Weekly Tech Update we discussed how Google+ was hitting 90 Million users but it didn't appear like any of those users were actually using the service for very long thanks to a new report published over at the Wall Street Journal. Obviously to Google+ users this isn't too much of a newsflash as activity on Google+ has been dropping over the past couple months.

TheWeek takes a look at some of the numbers when comparing Google+ to Facebook which is only natural as Google+ was supposed to be the Facebook killer..

Google launched its Google+ social network with much fanfare last year in an attempt to compete with industry behemoth Facebook. Today, Google+ boasts an impressive roster of tens of millions of members — most of whom are barely spending any time on the site, according to an embarrassing new report from comScore. Google+ is a "virtual ghost town," says Amir Efrati at The Wall Street Journal. 

Siri vs. Android

Gizmodo has put Apple's Siri up against Google's Voice Commands on Android in an attempt to determine which one actually does a better job at certain tasks. They've broken it down into categories which is always nice since not all users care about the same functionality. Overall its pretty interesting to see how far this technology has come and chances are pretty good that when we look back in a year both of these voice technologies will look pretty archaic.

Motorola created a bit of a stir yesterday when it released a video compared Android's Voice Actions on the Atrix 2 with iOS's Siri on an iPhone 4S. Fanboys screamed foul in the comments, so we decided to test it out for ourselves. And yes, there's a very clear winner.

You'll note that this is not the Atrix 2, because we didn't have one on-hand. Instead we used the Galaxy Nexus which has very similar specs. They both have dual-core TI OMAP processors (though the Nexus is clocked at 1.2GHz vs 1.0GHz on the Atrix) and a gig of RAM. The point is the software, however, and the specs are close enough to make Voice Actions perform identically. The tests were conducted over Wi-Fi, so no need to call 4G shenanigans.

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