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AM News: HTC Sense 4.0 Guest Mode, PlayStation Vita Launch Bundle, Windows 8 Laptops with Kinect

The soon to be launched HTC Sense 4.0, which is likely to hit the highly rumoured HTC Ville first with be equipped with some great improvements and add-ons, it has been revealed. Pocket Now, through its trusted source, has revealed that the main areas of improvements in Sense 4.0 are buttons and interface, email, guest mode and DropBox integration among others.

Amazon has come up with another launch bundle for the PlayStation Vita whereby users can get it for just $299. This Bundle will have PlayStation Vita 3G/Wi-Fi system, AT&T DataConnect Session Pass, an 8GB memory card, a free PSN game and PS Vita bonus content worth of $55 absolutely free.

According to a new revelation, the future generation Windows powered laptops could soon ditch the standard webcams in use today, and instead, hook-up with Microsoft's sophisticated Kinect motion sensor camera hardware. A report by The Daily claims that the prototypes of such devices powered by Microsoft's forthcoming OS platform Windows 8 and flaunting Kinect motion sensor camera are already in the process of making.

Microsoft Corp. has declared the winners of the Imagine Cup Grants program which essentially is a three year long $3 million competitive grant program for student technology as well as social entrepreneurs. The software giant made this announcement at the World Economic Forum's Annual Meeting held at Davos, Switzerland.

The iPad 3 is not the only device Apple has in the pipeline for the next few months; the company also has a TV set that features a 42-inch organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display and is controlled by none other than Siri, according to TechnoBuffalo, which should be out in April or May.