Month: July 2015

WWDC: Developers to get copies of Mac OS X 10.5?

WWDC: Developers to get copies of Mac OS X 10.5? Apple may have inadvertently revealed plans to give developers attending its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) next week a preview copy of its forthcoming Mac OS X 10.5 system to take home with them. The company has already confirmed it will offer its developers an in-depth preview of the operating system during next week’s conference, but hasn’t made any promises to offer a version of the software to take home. The speculation has been generated by the appearance and subsequent removal of a page from its Developer Connection website. This...

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Windows Phone 7 handset contains Nexus One hardware

Windows Phone 7 handset contains Nexus One hardware The gadget teardown team at iFixit has taken apart the HTC Surround, a device based on Microsoft’s new Windows Phone 7 mobile operating system, and found that the Surround hardware recycles parts HTC used to build the Android-based Nexus One.  “We started off the new year by doing a ‘something completely different’ teardown — a Windows 7 phone! At least, that’s what we thought initially,” the iFixit blog stated Tuesday. “As it turns out, we’ve already seen a lot of this hardware in the Nexus One. In fact, five of the...

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CES: Kodak innovation in focus

CES: Kodak innovation in focus Eastman Kodak has announced two products that it will demonstrate at CES this week – the Kodak EasyShare V570 camera and new software that supports Skype VoIP software. The 5-megapixel Kodak EasyShare V570 digital camera is described as the world’s first dual-lens digital still camera. It combines an ultra-wide angle lens (23mm) and an optical zoom lens (39-117mm) into a device that is less than an inch thick. Va-Va-Voom V570 The £299.99 (including VAT) camera records video at up to 30 frames per second (fps) using advanced MPEG-4 compression. It offers built-in image stabilisation...

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CoD: Advanced Warfare PS4 "Reload" Feature Is Bugged: Ammo Gets Lost Just By Press of Reload Button

CoD: Advanced Warfare PS4 “Reload” Feature Is Bugged: Ammo Gets Lost Just By Press of Reload Button According to reports coming out from Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare on game’s sub-reddit, it seems like “Reload” function on PlayStation 4 has been bugged. The report states that “reloading regularly frequently registers as a fast reload”. Reddit user “coolkid647” describe the issue as: “My ammo always gets lost even if I only press the reload button. But this is only in Multiplayer, because it works fine in the Firing Range. Please help, this already screwed me over a lot of times.”...

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Alien Combat: Arctic Combat's new Co-Op mode now available 

Alien Combat: Arctic Combat’s new Co-Op mode now available  A while back we announced Arctic Combat would be getting a new 4-player Co-Op Defense mode. Not wanting to jump the gun and accuse AC of following in the footsteps of practically every other lobby-based Free-to-Play shooter with a zombie mode, we held out hope the new baddies were more than just hordes of the risen undead. Turns out we were right! Well sort of. The new threat is not hordes of zombies but swarms of aliens, 15 alien species to be exact. Whenever I hear the word swarm and...

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