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CablesFrLess 6ft High Quality Noodle Style 3 in 1 Micro B USB Charging Set fits Android Samsung Galaxy Google HTC LG Pantech Blackberry Motorola Sony ZTE (Purple)

CablesFrLess 6ft High Quality Noodle Style 3 in 1 Micro B USB Charging Set fits Android Samsung Galaxy Google HTC LG Pantech Blackberry Motorola Sony ZTE (Purple)

  • Charge your device on the go or at any AC wall outlet with the USB Car Adapter or USB AC Wall Adapter!
  • Sync your device with your computer to transfer music, videos, files and backup your data!
  • High quality noodle style cable helps avoid tangled cords!
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  • This CablesFrLess (TM) brand product comes with Tracking information and a 30 day warranty at the time of arrival!

CablesFrLess (TM) 6ft High Quality Noodle Style 3 in 1 Micro B USB Charging Set includes: (x1) USB Car Adapter. (x1) USB AC Wall Adapter with the CablesFrLess (TM) logo on the face (x1) 6ft High Quality Noodle Style Micro B USB Charging / Data Sync Cable that fits Android Samsung Galaxy Google HTC LG Pantech Blackberry Motorola Sony ZTE etc..

Sony FDR-AX100/B 4K Video Camera with 3.5-Inch LCD (Black)

  • Capture 4k/30p video that far exceeds HD resolution
  • 1″ Exmor R CMOS sensor with Direct Pixel Read Out
  • 14MP resolution video and 20MP still image capture

Capture your vision in breathtaking 4K Ultra HD with the camcorder that fits in the palm of your hand. Sporting resolution that”s four times clearer than HD, this changes everything. Footage is captured with true cinematic depth thanks to the 1″ image sensor and video is recorded with total versatility in mind: XAVCS, AVCHD and MP4. Put one in your hand and tell your story in 4K.

Price: $1999.99

Basicase ™ Suction Cup 360 Rotatable Windshield Dash Car Truck Vehicle Mount Holder for Smartphone PDA GPS / Cell Phone / Apple iPhone / iPod / Samsung Galaxy / HTC / Nokia / SONY / BlackBerry / Mobile Phone U776A with Special Free Gift by Bydico ™ Reviews

Basicase Suction Cup 360 Rotatable Windshield Dash Car Truck Vehicle Mount Holder for Smartphone PDA GPS / Cell Phone / Apple iPhone / iPod / Samsung Galaxy / HTC / Nokia / SONY / BlackBerry / Mobile Phone U776A with Special Free Gift by Bydico

  • Suitable for any iPhone / Smart Phone /MP3 / MP4 / Mobile phone / GPS / PDA.
  • Clamp arm width: maximun width – 83mm /minimun width – 35mm.
  • 360 degree rotating adjustable suction cup mount.

Suitable for any iPhone / Smart Phone /MP3 / MP4 / Mobile phone / GPS / PDA.
Clamp arm width: maximun width – 83mm /minimun width – 35mm.
360 degree rotating adjustable suction cup mount.

Package Content
Suction 360 Rotatable Windshield Dash Mount Holder for Smartphone PDA GPS U776A x 1 unit (Please refer to the first picture of this listing)

Comes with a special free gift x 1 unit

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Google Play Skates Into Second Place in Mobile Gamer Spending, Past Nintendo and Sony’s Handhelds

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It’s official: Worldwide consumer spending on Google Play games has surpassed spending on games for the two main handheld consoles, Nintendo’s 3DS and Sony’s PlayStation Vita.

That’s according to a new report out this morning from IDC and App Annie, the Q2 Portable Gaming Spotlight.

Mobile gamer dollars are still by and large going to Apple, as this indexed chart from the report, embedded below, shows. At least on a symbolic level, Google Play pushing Nintendo and Sony down into third place suggests that Google’s games strategy is on the right track.

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In an interview two weeks ago, Google Play’s lead project manager Greg Hartrell told AllThingsD that three out of four Android users play games. He attributed growing Android revenues to three main factors: The expansion of Google Play into a total of 130 countries, up from 30 in early 2011; developers outsourcing features like cloud saving and multiplayer to Google’s game services so they can focus more on the game; and new ways to collect revenue from users, like direct carrier billing.

As before, the mobile versus handheld contest is a matter of volume versus premium pricing. There are a total of 1.25 billion smartphones and 180 million tablets out there, according to the report, versus a global install base of 200 million handheld consoles. But games for the latter cost more and consequently generate much more revenue per user, on average.

The report says Android devices increased their market share lead by 1.6 points between Q1 and Q2 of this year, but shipments of 3DSes and Vitas also rose. Revenue from handheld games, as the above chart shows, was down.

The important question going forward is if and how much mobile is actively cannibalizing purchases made on handheld consoles. IDC analyst Lewis Ward said that he recently ran a survey of 1,500 gamers – separate from today’s report – about what devices they own:

… Among owners of a Nintendo or Sony handheld, 16 percent already owned an Android smartphone, 6 percent owned an Android tablet, 6 percent owned an iPad, 12 percent owned an iPod Touch and 7 percent owned an iPhone. Now, some of these people own more than one of these device types, but it also implies that perhaps 40% of Nintendo and Sony GOH owners in the US already own (and probably game on) an Android or iOS device.

Sony HDR-PJ650V High Definition Handycam Camcorder with 3.0-Inch LCD (Black)

Sony HDR-PJ650V High Definition Handycam Camcorder with 3.0-Inch LCD (Black)

  • 1920 1080 Full HD 24p/60p with 20.4MP Exmor R CMOS Sensor
  • Project up to 100 videos with 20lm built-in projector
  • HDMI input terminal projects content from external devices
  • Up to 11hr40min of recording with 32GB embedded Flash Memory
  • 3.0 Xtra Fine LCD display (921K) touch screen

Create cinematic video in high definition 1920 x 1080 24p/60p and high quality 20.4MP still images. Experience stunning low-light sensitivity with improved image clarity and drastically reduced grain with Sony’s back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor. Designed for compact cameras and camcorders, the Exmor R CMOS sensor relocates the photo diodes above the support circuitry, maximizing the light gathering area per pixel so you can shoot with better results in lower lighting conditions.

Vantech Black Stereo Earphone Earbuds Headphone BASS for iPod touch 5th MP3 MP4 iPhone Samsung galaxy i9500 S3 i9300 S2 i9100 note HTC one Awei Q7i Nokia LG Sony Cell Smart phone Reviews

Vantech Black Stereo Earphone Earbuds Headphone BASS for iPod touch 5th MP3 MP4 iPhone Samsung galaxy i9500 S3 i9300 S2 i9100 note HTC one Awei Q7i Nokia LG Sony Cell Smart phone

  • High Performance 10mm Speaker
  • Fit for iPhone 5and Samsung HTC Sonyg Cell phone smart phone
  • fir for iPod touch 5th nano 6th shuffle
  • 4 Plug & 3.5 mm Jack in box
  • Super Bass Headphones Earphones

Features: 1. High Quality Stereo Headphone .Headphones have great sound quality and bass response. 2. The headphones fit comfortably and securely in your ear. 3. Band:Awei 4. Type: Lateral, in-the-ear, closed, dynamic 5. Sensitivity: 113 dB 6. Speaker diameter: 10 mm 7. Cable length: 1.25 m 8. Impedance: 16 Ohm 9. Frequency response: 18-25,000 Hz 10. Connector: 3.5 mm stereo 11. Microphone: no 12. Cable color: white + blue 13. Ideal for use with all iPod,i-Platinum , CD,and PSP etc with 3.5 mm h

PS4 Details Will Possibly Emerge This Month

Rumors are abound that Sony is set to reveal more details about the much-anticipated PS4. It was widely believed that they would use E3 to finalize details or at least give us more info but now speculation is that Sony will make an announcement as early as this month. Sony likely wants to keep the hype train rolling in their favor after the not so surprising PS4 announcement this past February.

My own personal opinion is that Sony wants to have all details available and perhaps even start taking pre-orders before Microsoft announces their next console. In January Microsoft posted a countdown to E3 on its blog which most people assumed was to be taken as a countdown to the NextBox. However there’s still a chance Microsoft will also preempt E3 with their own standalone announcement. Both consoles could possibly release by the end of 2013.

Eventually I will own both consoles but my first choice and the console I will pre-order in hopes of getting my hands on at launch will be the PS4. I think a lot of gamers have similarly made up their minds regardless of announcements. So geeks, what’s your thoughts on the impending next console generation? We’d love to hear your thoughts on what will undoubtedly be a competition that in the end can only end in a win for us gamers.

Ghosts Are Real And So Is The Next Call Of Duty

So once again we find the month of May upon us, Spring flowers, nice weather (hopefully) and the announcement of the next Call Of Duty. In usual fashion the Internet beat the official reveal to the punch. Rumors were rampant but it was a listing by the online retailer Tesco Direct that really flamed the fire. This week a strange image on the Official Call Of Duty website appeared that has now since morphed into the confirmation that “The Ghosts Are Real” and what appears to resemble the beloved Ghost character from the Modern Warfare series.

If you are a fan of the series it should come as no surprise Infinity Ward will be handling the developing of this years installment of the COD franchise. Tina Palacios, Infinity Ward’s Community Manager, tweeted “soon” a few days ago, which I can only assume was in reference to COD. Officially Call Of Duty Ghosts will be announced today May 1st.

IGN has confirmed the title and release date of 11-05-2013 through a Gamestop promotional poster they were provided with. The poster offers no platform information but it’s widely believed Call Of Duty Ghosts will be available on PC, current generation consoles as well as next generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft.

Check back real soon, I will be following up this story with all the details and a trailer once they “officially” become available.

Call Of Duty Ghosts: The Reveal Trailer

Today’s Xbox One reveal brought with it our first look at Call Of Duty Ghosts. As a long time fan of the series I must admit I’m intrigued by the shooter’s arrival on next generation consoles. While only a small glimpse was given, it appears as if the campaign will attempt to do something COD hasn’t done in years, offer up a touching story complete with characters we will care about. To help pull off this feat, Infinity Ward hired Oscar-winning screenplay writer Stephen Gaghan to pen the Call Of Duty Ghosts script.

Infinity Ward designed a new engine for COD Ghosts which will be a launch title for Xbox One and much to my dismay will continue the timed exclusive tradition of DLC first on Microsoft’s consoles. I guess we’ll have to wait for E3 to find out what role COD Ghosts will play on Sony‘s rival console, the PS4.

There’s a new A.I. system that will show up in everything from enemies to the fish that swim by you during underwater scenes. Dogs will take on a new role in Ghosts and act as a an integral part of your team and were modeled after real life dogs. I seriously hope Infinity Ward and Stephen Gaghan do not use the dogs for emotional leverage. I have built up enough guilt through the years having to kill several dogs called in from enemy killstreaks. I do not need my virtual pet and brother in arms to die for the sole purpose of pulling my heart-strings.

Multiplayer was not today’s main focus but we did learn that COD Ghosts maps will be “dynamic” including earthquakes, floods and player-triggered traps which will offer unique multiplayer experiences.

Far too little information was given today for me to form any kind of solid opinion on COD Ghosts. I’m excited to see what the new generation brings to a franchise I’ve been playing for nearly 10 years. Yet I’m also pessimistic that the COD franchise has what it takes to lead the FPS genre onto bigger and better things.

Here’s the official trailer released today and be sure to stay tuned to Don’t Hate The Geek for all things Call Of Duty.

The Last Of Us Demo: A Peek At Greatness To Come

I recall in late 2011 hearing about a new franchise coming to Sony’s PS3. Little was known about it other than it was rumored to be a survival horror where people who suffered from some sort of infection took on zombie-like character traits. Sure, I was curious, but the game soon to be announced at that years VGA‘s, wasn’t immediately high on my radar.

As I watched, or perhaps I should say, suffered through Spike TV‘s annual gaming awards show, something amazing happened. The aforementioned game that turned out to be called, The Last Of Us, became much more desirable once that Naughty Dog logo was attached to it. I’m a bit of a Naughty Dog fanatic and my mind was blown to learn they had been working on a new franchise.

Now more than a year later, which included one short but no less heartbreaking delay, The Last Of Us is set to debut on a PS3 near you. Naughty Dog’s new IP releases June 14 and it’s almost sad how excited I am for that day to arrive. Months ago I pre-ordered the super deluxe and ber expensive Post-Pandemic Edition. This past weekend I got to play the demo to what I’m sure will be an instant classic.

The Last Of Us demo is somewhat short and consists of an area called The Outskirts. In this small glimpse of the game, you meet Joel, Ellie and another woman named Tess. I’d say aside from an introduction to some of the Infected, playing the demo is unlikely to spoil any of the game if you were concerned about spoilers.

I learned from the demo, that one of the most important defense mechanisms of The Last Of Us will be, sound. Knowing where and exactly what type of enemy you are dealing with beforehand will greatly help your rate of survival. Apparently there will be some type of weapon / item crafting system but in all honesty the demo was much too brief to really understand how it works.

I enjoyed the fluidity of the controls and how easily Joel moves and interacts with objects. Speaking of objects, I’d recommend searching every nook and cranny in hopes of finding items that will help you survive. That shouldn’t be much of a problem since even amongst the decay and ruins of your surroundings, Naughty Dog has crafted an amazingly beautiful and detailed environment for The Last Of Us.

The Last Of Us will be out on Friday, June 14, 2013. I for one can’t wait! Stay tuned to Don’t Hate The Geek for all of your The Last Of Us news, including my thoughts on the game after I’ve played it.

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