Day: October 6, 2013

Cook claims that OLED’s are poor in ‘Jobs on Flash’ history repetition

Cook claims that OLED’s are poor in ‘Jobs on Flash’ history repetition Cook’s railing against OLED technology at the Goldman Sachs conference last week, has been compared to Steve Jobs claims that HTML5 was a better option than Flash. In his keynote at the event last Tuesday, Cook slammed the picture quality and colour saturation of OLED displays, while speaking about whether Apple would produce an iPhone with a bigger screen. He said: “If you look at displays – if you kind of contrast this to displays – some people are focused on size. There’s a few other things...

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Spencer On Star Wars: KOTOR Remake For XOne, 2016 Is Year Of New IPs, Buy X360 BC Games On XB1 Store

Spencer On Star Wars: KOTOR Remake For XOne, 2016 Is Year Of New IPs, Buy X360 BC Games On XB1 Store Xbox Division Boss Phil Spencer in a recent Twitter conversation with fans shared lots of interesting new details about Microsoft’s plan for Xbox One in 2016, backward compatible Xbox 360 games availability on Xbox Store, the release window for the list of all backward compatible games and many other things. Firstly, Spencer stated that they are still working on the list of Xbox 360 games that will be backward compatible list in December 2015 and announcement will be...

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WWE All Stars second DLC coming soon

WWE All Stars second DLC coming soon WWE Games Community Manager has confirmed his personal Twitter account that the second DLC pack for WWE All Stars will launch soon. The first DLC for the game was launched several weeks ago, and included Dusty Rhodes, Honky Tonk Man, The Million Dollar Man, Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase Jr. Marcus Stephenson said, “WWE All Stars DLC is coming sooner rather than later. Won’t have an exact date, because some things are out of our control.” It has been reported that WWE All Stars DLC Pack 2 will include extra superstars such...

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32m US adults will buy iPods by 2006

32m US adults will buy iPods by 2006 Over 32 million adult Americans plan to buy an iPod within the next 12 months, a new report claims. A recent study of digital music devices by TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence underlines Apple’s dominance of US public perception of the digital music player market. Sony this week revealed its Walkman Phone (the W800i). However, the product hasn’t achieved anything like the profile of Apple’s iPod. “More than 140 million adult Americans have not heard of the Walkman Phone,” the report reveals. Orange will be the first UK network to offer the new...

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