News@8pm: iPad 2 cameras and teen hacks Black Ops

Plus: Mac App Store launch delayed until January

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Another day, another iPad specs rumour. A slew of new pics and video now show that there are more iPad 2 cases out there, all of which confirm Apple's plans to include a camera and a SD card slot for its next tablet device. In other Apple news, the Mac App Store has been pushed back to January to disappoint those who have been counting down the days to December 13th when the Store was originally expected to open.


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So the PlayStation Phone did not surface as some had suggested this week, but we have yet more prototype footage this time showing the device running on a Qualcomm processor. In more concrete PlayStation news, Sony has unveiled the 'sharp shooter' rifle add-on for PlayStation Move which is set to coincide with the release of Killzone 3. Call of Duty: Black Ops is back in the headlines after a 17-year old teenager hacked into the CoD Black Ops servers.

After the arrival of Android 2.3 this week, Google Places NFC stickers have started to circulate in the US. You can find out what NFC is all about plus the other new Android 2.3 Gingerbread features here. Big fan of Google Instant? Well the speedy browsing feature is set to arrive in the UK for the iPhone and Android 2.2 devices.

Free apps? Thought that would get your attention. It's day 10 of our festive Android app giveaway and today you can get your hands on we7. So head to the T3 AppVent Calendar to get in on the app action.

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