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Another week has passed and your team of resident geeks have brought you yet another plethora of interesting and expectantly geeky stories. This week's update includes tips on how to jailbreak your iPad, how you can dance your way through Mortal Kombat, and how Sony plan to get rollable display on the roll. All this and more in your weekly geek fill:

Jailbreaking the iPad: What You Need to Know

Nat Futterman tells what you need to know before you jailbreak your iPad. Histells you what you'll to "free" your device from its OS shackles,and offer some pointers on what jailbreak-only programs are worth your time. Free your iPad here...

Hack: Use a Guitar as a Fight-Game Controller

Ever wanted to fly a plane with a guitar? Chris Head shows you how in this gaming hack. If strumming a plastic guitar isn't your thing, how about winning a fight in Mortal Kombat just by dancing? Sound good? Then read more to dance your way to victory...

Sony Shows Rollable OLED Display (Video)

Sony demonstrated a new flexible OLEd display earlier this week. The new OLED display, which Sony positions as perfect for portable gadgets, offers a level of flexibility which has not been seen before. See our story for a video of the screen in action.

Hoverboard Project Takes Flight--and Actually Hovers

Fans of Back To The Future, pay attention. A French concept artist has created a working replica of the films famous hoverboard, and to much delight it actually hovers. Read on...

Acer's Android Phone Does HDMI, 720p Video

Acer revealed its new Android phone this week, dubbed the Stream. The device can not only capture HD video footage at 720p, but it also boasts an HDMI port so you can enjoy your mobile clips in all their HD glory on your home HDTV. Want to know more? Read on...

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