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Articles tagged with: spy

GoldenEye 007:Reloaded On PS3 And Xbox 360

James Bond is considered to be the most robust, agile and good looking Intelligence agent in the world, and with Daniel Craig the 007 series has become the heartbeat of a majority of audience.

GoldenEye the seventh Bond film was a classic and Activision gave it a new life by releasing GoldenEye 007 for Nintendo’s Wii. The Activision product was rated as the best shooter game on Wii.

New Bluetooth Ear Set Doubles As Stealthcam

Looxcie has just updated its Bluetooth ear set that doubles as a camcorder and a storage device. The unit weighs in at just 22 grams and stores video as MP4 files. Of course, with a stealth cam, you could capture a lot of video without raising any unwarranted attention. Hopefully people do not use it for the wrong reasons, but I guess that risk runs with any new technology now a days.

Before you laugh at the idea of this tiny unit being a video camera, note that the two models available offer either 5 or 10 hours of video storage, respectively.

Team Fortress 2’s New Feature: Replay Editor

Team Fortress 2 players, listen up! There’s a new in-game feature called the Replay Update that allows gamers to record their best moments and later edit the footage. If you’re a pro sniper, tactical demo-man, or all-out backstabbing spy, make sure you record your awesome footage so you can share it with all your friends!

With the new Replay Editor, you can show people how many legitimate headshots you can earn at the start of a round and even make use of different camera angles, motion blur and antialiasing. Probably the coolest part of this new feature is that gamers…

Spy On Your Kids With Full Control

Have you ever wanted to know exactly where you child was at all times? Tap into their phone calls? Know exactly what they’re talking about to their friends? If you’re like most concerned parents, the answer is yes. What’s the catch? Well, the software is currently for sale in New Zealand and it’ll run you 44 smackers. But for most, $44 is a small price to pay to know exactly what’s going on with your children. The masterminds behind the software? Sally Rae and Steve Herstell developed it to help “parents prevent their children [from] becoming victims of bullying, sexting, and grooming. The software uses a GPS-like function to know the exact location of your child. Parents will also have the white gloves to…