Member since: Oct 20th, 2010
Apr 26th 2011 6:00PM So basically, let's notify everybody in the world what might or might not have happened and what we don't know exactly was taken. I don't think the handling was appropriate but you don't announce such things without investigating the depth of the breach in the first place unless you want create a panic that may or may not even be warranted.
Apr 25th 2011 6:36PM Great. That's just great. So much for people claiming the homebrewscene doesn't hurt anybody. It's more of a warning for any othercompany to never ever open its hardware like Sony used to do with thePS3. Way to ruin the experience of legitimate gamers. (Of course,that's assuming that's true)
Apr 15th 2011 12:57AM If this can upconvert Wii games, I'd consider it. Skipped on the Wii, didn't interest me but I have one game I really want to play: The Last Story. And if it can play it in 720p, that's one argument for buying it right there.
Apr 15th 2011 12:47AM I believe. Or well, I fool myself into thinking it's still possible. I loved Jade Empire.
Apr 12th 2011 12:27PM Noooo!!! Damn you AOL! That was a really great tech site to follow. I even unsubscribed several others tech blogs because of your quality reporting.
Mar 22nd 2011 1:06AM I doubt any massive market share will happen against other browsers. Users will just resume using their current browsers.However, market share of IE8 on Vista & Windows 7 are gonna drop like a brick of rocks.
Mar 21st 2011 11:50PM Do that ad with Wozniacki and then we'll talk.
Mar 10th 2011 3:33PM True, there's no harm done but anyone here probably used tricks like that. It makes the game boring by removing any challenge. Killing everything with one hit is such a bore.
Mar 9th 2011 1:30PM Awesome news. However, I hope that it's only only a timed-exclusive for PS+ members. It would be a shame to restrict such a feature to paying customers.
Mar 8th 2011 4:49PM Great! This shall be added to my collection.
Save your tabs and Panorama tab groups in Firefox 4
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