Hello and I’m here to talk about a newly released massive multi-player game called Glitch and it is made by Tiny Sparks. I got an invite from them to test the beta stage of the game a slightly long time ago and it was really awesome. Sometimes the world is closed during beta stage. NonethelessContinue reading ““Glitch” Recently Opened to Public”
Well it’s about time Apple decided to officially announce a press event for October 4th. This now confirms and puts to rest any rumors that have been floating around the Internet.
Fresh off of the F8 high comes a new way to view your Facebook profile: The timeline view. This new UI upgrade puts a whole new spin on your Facebook profile. You are able to see a users activity based on a timeline of events that took place in a sequential order. Currently this view is only available to Facebook app developers…or is it?
Looks like Facebook has kept their word on implementing new features on the infamous social network this week. It seems that the major changes started appearing Tuesday and on into early Wednesday morning with no apparent sign of stopping since we haven’t seen the promised major profile page redesign go online yet.
Looks like this was one for the record books. AMD took to silicon and secured the Guinness World Record for highest computer processor frequency.
Who would’ve thought that gamers would be the ones to turn the medical world on its ear? It took only three weeks for some online gamers to decode the AIDS retrovirus protein. Something which scientists haven’t been able to do in their 10+ years of research.
Ok guys, as you can see, my ASUS EP121 tablet is running Windows 8 without having to blow away my factory installed Windows 7 partition. I can Dual-boot to Windows 7 and Windows 8, and they are both running on a harddisk with a single partition. How do I manage this you say? I installed Windows 8Continue reading “Installing Windows 8 on Bare Metal with VHD-Boot”
The long-awaited “Adventure Update” for Minecraft is now available without having to mess around with those .jar files. The game rewards you for both exploration and combat to a greater degree than previous versions while keeping the goal-free sandbox play we all love and adore. Here’s the full list of what’s been added and changed in the update
Just think, out of all the satellites Dish has up in orbit, it only takes one that glitches and causes almost all the HD channels on the network to go black. But why?
While this may not stop the presses, it’ll certainly stop gamers long enough to see what one hardcore gamer did to his Xbox 360 and PS3.
Rumor has it that this unappetizing picture of a sushi dish has been captured by the unreleased, evasive, and unknown iPhone 5.
I guess NASA has the last laugh now thanks to newly released, highly detailed satellite images of the surface of the moon. We have the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter equipped with a self same named camera to thank for this.
Well, it looks like GameStop is joining the fray of retail stores that will be offering iDevices. can’t really say this is unexpected since these devices are used for gaming by those on the go.
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According to most rumors the iPhone 5’s button will become a oval shape button, Most people use their whole thumb to press the home button. The iPhone 5 will not have the same kind of volume buttons like the iPhone 4 does. Although its not a volume rocker like the 3GS its not like theContinue reading “Brett’s iPhone 5 thoughts”