Month: February 2014

The Macalope Weekly: Fairness and accuracy in the media

The Macalope Weekly: Fairness and accuracy in the media It’s just another day in technology journalism as an old “favorite” (ironic quote alert) somehow continues to get his mash notes to Apple’s competitors published. Meanwhile, all trends must be judged in terms of their relative badness for Apple, regardless of any data points to the contrary. Finally, just take Google’s word for it! Where’s Nancy Reagan when you need her? Yep. It’s Enderle. Sorry, but he’s like a big ol’ glazed donut, full of delicious stupid. Which makes you wonder why even an outfit like TG Daily publishes his...

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PS VITA firmware 2.01 coming soon to fix Cloud Saving Issue: Sony

PS VITA firmware 2.01 coming soon to fix Cloud Saving Issue: Sony Sony has just announced that a minor bug has been discovered in the recently released PS VITA firmware 2.00, the bug causes automatic save upload functionality to fail. According to reports, only Playstation Plus subscribers can access this Cloud Saving feature. Sony has also stated that to fix this bug they will release a new PS VITA firmware as soon as possible. This implies that PS VITA owners can look forward to PS VITA firmware 2.01 within next few days. Sony has also issued a temporary fix...

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The year TVs got much too complicated

The year TVs got much too complicated CES 2015 might go down as the moment when TVs became more complicated than they should be. Seeking to differentiate themselves in a competitive marketplace and give consumers a reason to buy a new TV set, the world’s biggest consumer electronics makers are adding apps, streaming services and personalized TV guides to their 2015 models. They say they’re trying to make TV simpler for consumers, but ironically are probably adding confusion. Different TV makers have adopted different operating systems so, just as in the smartphone market, not every app or service will...

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Capcom Creates Blood Swimming Pool for Resident Evil Revelations | Resident Evil Revelations

Capcom Creates Blood Swimming Pool for Resident Evil Revelations | Resident Evil Revelations Take a dive in a pool of (fake) blood. Why? Because Resident Evil Revelations, that’s why. Some people dream of swimming in a big container of jello, others of Scrooge McDucking in a pile of coins, then there are those who fantasize about diving into a pool of blood. Who does that? Well, fans who are hyped up for Resident Evil Revelations, apparently. In order to spread awareness of the upcoming release of the newest addition to the series, Capcom has created a 16×32 ft. swimming...

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ASTA Officially Releases; Brings First Expansion With It 

ASTA Officially Releases; Brings First Expansion With It  Webzen’s free-to-play, Asian-themed fantasy MMO ASTA – The War of Tears and Winds, launched today. As part of the official launch, the company also released the game’s first expansion, “Myth I: Wrath of the Berserkers.” This expansion introduces a new race and class as well as an increased level cap and new content. Webzen is celebrating the launch with a two-week long event wherein players can earn rewards for logging in. The more they log in, the more they’ll get. In addition, there will be a variety of giveaways. More information...

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