Day: April 6, 2010

PS2 is Edge's "Best Consoles of Past 20 Years", X360 in Second Place and PS3 in Seventh

PS2 is Edge’s “Best Consoles of Past 20 Years”, X360 in Second Place and PS3 in Seventh Edge Magazine Issue 258 will go on sale in just few days time, but details regarding what it will feature has already arrived. In Edge #258, the publication has awarded Playstation 2 as “Best Consoles” in a special coverage on “10 best consoles of the past 20 Years”. Microsoft’s Xbox 360 comes in second place with original Playstation console in third place. Playstation 3 is way behind in seventh place. You can take a look at the Top Ten List below. PlayStation...

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New renderings compare iPad 5 with iPad 4, iPad mini, iPhone 5

New renderings compare iPad 5 with iPad 4, iPad mini, iPhone 5 MacRumors expects that the iPad 5 will be notably smaller than the current iPad, with thinner side bezels and slightly smaller top and bottom bezels. Overall, it’s thought that the iPad 5 will be 4mm shorter and 17mm narrower than its predecessor. It’s also believed that the iPad 5 will be 2mm thinner than the iPad 4, which would bring the tablet’s thickness closer to that of the iPad mini. The iPad 5 is expected to arrive in October, with reports suggesting that Retina display iPad mini...

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Rusty Hearts: Natasha is here! (Female version of Dante?) 

Rusty Hearts: Natasha is here! (Female version of Dante?)  The anticipated newest character for Rusty Hearts, Natasha , is now available for players to access. She is a gun-toting beauty, who joins the revolt to avenge her brother’s death and attacks with dual pistols, rifles, as well as a slew of firearm-related special abilities. And for some reason she looks a lot like Dante from Devil May Cry. For the first time in Rusty Hearts’ history players will be able to level a character almost entirely unobstructed. With our highest level set at 30, we expect a sprint to...

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Will iPad 2 supplies be hurt by Japanese quake?

Will iPad 2 supplies be hurt by Japanese quake? The Apple iPad 2 may be another victim of the Japanese earthquake, warns a technology research firm. The reason: the tablet uses a range of components from Japanese vendors, who face supply, manufacturing, and shipping challenges in the quake’s aftermath. These possible disruptions come as Apple is trying to maintain or even increase iPad 2 supplies to face continued, very strong consumer demand in the U.S. The analysis by IHS iSuppli, based in part on its disassembly of the iPad 2, identifies the tablet’s electronic compass, battery, memory chips, and...

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