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Real Racing 2 HD updated with 1080p video-out

Real Racing 2 HD has been updated with the support for 1080p video-out and dual screen gaming support on the iPad 2.

  • Full HD 1080p TV-out and dual screen gaming support on iPad 2. Experience Real Racing 2 HD like never before in stunning, true 1080p while real-time racing telemetry is displayed on iPad 2
  • Enhanced visuals for Alkeisha Island and San Arcana tracks on iPad 2
  • Memory optimizations to minimize crashes
  • Various minor improvements and fixes

When playing in dual screen mode, the iPad acts as a steering wheel for driving your car in addition to showing other information pertaining to the race, like the course map.

Who's excited about this? If you pick this one up, let us know what you think! Also, make sure to check out the demo after the break!

[$9.99 - iTunes link]

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HDMI adapter coming for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad?

Noosy, an accessory maker based out of China, has posted an HDMI adapter for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on their website. This would allow iOS device owners to output 720p video directly to the HDMI inputs on their HDTVs, instead of using the $50 Apple component A/V cables.

What remains to be seen is how it will handle copy protected material, which requires HDCP and has been a source of considerable frustration for users of Apple's VGA adapter.

They have yet to announce an availability date or pricing at this time but this sure looks to be an exciting new product. I for one will be ordering as soon as it is available! What about you?

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iPhone 3.2 SDK for iPad - VoIP, External Displays, Shared File Directory, 6 Apps in Dock

MacRumors is reporting that the new iPhone 3.2 SDK, now available via, but (currently?) only supporting the just-announced iPad, brings a couple interesting new features to the table tablet.

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Play Moto Chaser for iPhone... on Your TV?!

A week or so ago we linked to Erica Sadun's demo of the iPhone SDK's undocumented video out feature. Well, she's been busy since then talking with Freeverse, the developers behind the hit Moto Chaser game for the iPhone. The result? The tech demo featured above.

Good news is that the possibilities are mind-boggling. Bad news is that we're not there yet:

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