Day: December 5, 2013

Thomas Was Alone Heading to PS3 and Vita

Thomas Was Alone Heading to PS3 and Vita Thomas Was Alone reaching out to PS3 and Vita users this Spring, adding jetpack-driven prologue DLC. A fully fleshed out version of Thomas Was Alone was released on Steam last year after a two year period of floating around as a flash game — and this Spring the indie title will be making its way to the PS3 and Vita via the PlayStation Network. Lone developer Mike Bithell announced the PSN release, which will be a cross-buy for both platforms mentioned above, on the PlayStation Blog. Curve Studios, the development team...

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Dual processor G5s in ‘3-4 weeks’

Dual processor G5s in ‘3-4 weeks’ UK customers who pre-ordered dual processor Power Mac G5s are beginning to receive updated shipping dates for their purchases from the Apple Store. These come a week after similar emails began to circulate in the US. The message states that:”Demand for the dual processor PowerMac G5 has been overwhelming and our employees are working around the clock to meet demand. We currently anticipate shipping your new Power Mac G5 in 3-4 weeks”. The email then confirms that if the predicted shipping date is not acceptable, the AppleStore will “promptly change or cancel your...

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GameSkinny’s Running Xbox Event Coverage Here! Upgrading Throughout Announcement

GameSkinny’s Running Xbox Event Coverage Here! Upgrading Throughout Announcement Today we have seen what type of weapons Microsoft is packing for the following console war. Wanting to monitor today’s Xbox reveal, but can’t see a stream? (I help you sitting at the office, buddy.) Keep close track of this site through the event beginning at 1PM EST/10AM PDT to obtain live updates as Microsoft uncovers generation x of Xbox console. The is abuzz with gossips of what is coming today, so we have only a short while to discover. Will the following Xbox have backwards compatibility? Could it be...

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Apple patent points to Retina display Macs – report

Apple patent points to Retina display Macs – report A new Apple patent filing could add further evidence to the speculation that next-generation Macs will have Retina displays. Wired reports that the patent application, filed on 20 January 2012 and published on Thursday, is titled “User-Interface Design,” and is a continuation of a 2007 patent application covering the reformatting processes of graphical elements for higher resolutions. The patent describes display resolution independent graphical user interface objects that can be displayed at any resolution. “Designing an efficient, ergonomic and aesthetically pleasing user interface is an integral stage of most application...

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