Tag Archives: software

It’s raining Samsung phones in Second Life

As if you are not sick of Samsung’s propaganda in real life yet, the company is opening an island on the online virtual space Second Life to promote their phones. And since Samsung was trying to tell us how thin those phones they developed with Softbank were, they got this phone-raining effect on. If you would like to use these ...

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Genuine Windows Vista sold only 244 copies in the whole of China

Whilst Microsoft was bragging about the sales number of their latest OS Windows Vista, few would actually know that they have only managed to sell 244 copies in the whole of China in the first 2 weeks. You heard that right, and that’s the number quoted from the headquarters of the Windows Vista chief (90% national volume) distributor in Beijing. ...

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Guitar Hero goes mobile

Good news, fellow guitar shredders. Hands-On Mobile announced today that they have made an agreement with Activision to bring Guitar Hero to your mobile devices, which really, really rocks. OK, the thought of Guitar Hero wherever we go sounds awesome, but how does Activision/Red Octane plan on producing a mobile version of a game which relies on its awesome peripheral? ...

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Firefox predicted to beat out IE as most used web browser by June

We don’t usually put too much confidence in projected stats, since a lot of the time they turn out to be totally false in everything they stand for. We do, however, would love to see the day where IE is no longer the most popular web browser. According to trends and stats that are too complicated to verify, it’s being ...

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Confirmed: Dell to ship Linux PCs “Dude, you’re getting a Linux”

Dell has confirmed rumors that they will be offering desktop and notebook PC’s pre-installed with the Linux operating system. Details are still hazy on what models will be integrated into the Linux plan and to which Linux distribution will be available for installation, but those details are promised to be cleared up in the coming weeks. No word yet on ...

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PSP firmware 3.30 upgrade finally surfaces after seven weeks

After almost 2 monthes without a firmware upgrade, the PSP finally decided to release 3.30, an upgrade from the previous 3.11. Speculation for the long wait has been pointed at several reasons. One being that 3.11 kept the PSP handheld console secure through the long time period, despite the quick decryption, and also that compatibility issues weren’t popping up over ...

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RUMOR: Mac Leopard, eight-core Mac Pros launching at NAB

Sources are saying that at next month’s upcoming NAB event, a mere 25 days away, Apple will launch its release of the Mac Leopard operating system, along with eight-core Mac Pros. Leopard has been rumored as having a release in late-March to mid-April, and sources say that its release at NAB is all but officially confirmed. The timing of a ...

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Tested out: Xlink Kai PSP independent online gaming network

The PSP has built-in WiFi, you can browse the internet with it but online gaming is not officially supported. We only get to set up wireless sessions with users ad-hoc in a radius of 10 meters, wouldn’t it be great to be able to play with your friends in other countries just like on large consoles? Well, a group of ...

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