Day: November 28, 2009

Black Ops 2 Minimum PC specification revealed, FAQ unveils new details

Black Ops 2 Minimum PC specification revealed, FAQ unveils new details Treyarch has revealed the minimum PC system requirements for their upcoming game Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. The details was unveiled in a recent FAQ posted on official Black Ops 2 Forum. In addition to Black Ops II minimum system requirements, FAQ unveils tons of new details about PC version of Black Ops II. We have everything below for you. Check it out. What are the Minimum System Requirements? OS: Windows Vista SP2 or Windows 7 CPU: Intel Core2 Duo E8200 2.66 GHz or AMD Phenom X3...

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PS4 Demo Unit Has Coverflow User Interface for Games Library

PS4 Demo Unit Has Coverflow User Interface for Games Library The demo unit of Playstation 4 that are currently available for hands-on session at numerous retailer outlets have Coverflow-esque User Interface for Game Library. It looks really great and navigation is pretty easier with Coverflow user interface, but sadly for Playstation fans it seems like this will not be available to PS4 retail unit and is exclusive to for demo kiosks. Check out the following image shared by Twitter user NATH: @yosp Had a great time playing Knack tonight!! Not long yet 😀 pic.twitter.com/OJ1OJZ65sp — Nath (@Nathwhite001) November 6,...

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Those white earbud-wearing iPod Astronauts

Those white earbud-wearing iPod Astronauts iPods seem as ubiquitous in outer space as they are in the high street today, with news that the Space Shuttle Atlantis has at least one on board. NASA has released the latest images captured aboard the Space Shuttle, and these clearly show an iPod stuck to the cabin wall. The image shows Astronaut Clayton Anderson working with stowage bags on the middeck. The Shuttle is en route to the International Space Station. It’s not the first iPod in space. Apple’s media player has been for a ride on the International Space Station before,...

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Wall Street Beat: Tech earnings season could be stormy

Wall Street Beat: Tech earnings season could be stormy Get ready for a perfect storm of earnings news. With tech bellwethers including IBM, Microsoft, Intel and Google set to issue financial reports next week, earnings season will pick up in earnest and judging from recent forecasts and profit warnings, it could be a bumpy ride. Both IDC and Gartner this week reported that fourth-quarter PC sales slipped from a year earlier. Though the software sector is widely expected to do better than hardware this year, a weak PC market affects not only chip makers like Intel, but software makers...

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