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Friday, October 22, 2010

Stop - Most PS3 Consoles Don't Play The Entire Playstation Library

One of the biggest misconceptions in the video game market is whether my brand new Playstation 3 slim console will play ps2 games. The answer is no, it is not backwards compatible. Sony stopped making backwards compatible consoles in 2007.
Why did Sony stop making backwards compatible consoles? The money, plain and simple, if Sony made every console backwards compatible they would lose money. By not making all systems backwards compatible Sony is still able to make and sell Playstation 2 games. Sony is still releasing the latest PS3 titles on the PS2. Not every great PS3 title is available, this is the reason they want you to buy a PS3 console. Many of the latest sports games are still released on ps2; Madden NFL 11 was just release for Ps2 and the PS3 consoles.
Which models are backwards compatible? The easiest way to tell is by the number of usb ports, backwards compatible consoles have four usb ports. Of course the entire lists of the consoles are the original fat PS3 Consoles. The Models of the consoles are as follows: CECHEO1 which is an 80 GB console, CECHAO1 which is a 60 GB console, and CECHB01 which is a 20 GB console. You can check your model number by looking on the bottom of the console, under the factory seal. A few other PS3 consoles are compatible with many Playstation 1 games, but many consoles don't have the necessary chips installed to play Playstation 2 games.

Word Search Games on iPhone

Word search puzzles have been around for many years as a source of entertainment. Featured in newspapers, magazines, and mixed media puzzle books, these puzzles range in difficulty from very easy to almost unsolvable. Adults and children alike attempt to finish them daily, making them a universally accepted activity. Even available on computers and as iPhone games, word searches continue to increase in popularity as the years pass.
When used as a form of entertainment, these games can be played at a person's leisure. They require no strategy or preparation, and there are no pieces to play with or lose. People can do them on breaks at work, during long trips, or while waiting for an event. There are many websites dedicated to word search, either online or printing them out to distribute. One site allows users to print out the puzzles based on their interests from the internet. Each of the lists has at least ten words to find, and the puzzles can be shuffled and re-sized to the user's specifications. Users must register before they can view or print the puzzles.

The 4G Standard Will Be Postponed To Make It Public

The 4G standard, which was planed to pass in October of this year, will be postponed to make it public in the spring of 2012; therefore, the way to make out the 4G standard will be more difficult. According to the early plan made by the experts in international telecommunication, the object should be defined by the scientists in October, but the radio meeting is postponed to the spring of 2012. The last approval will be in the spring of 2012.
All these mean that the October of this time should be understood as the experts choose the standard to ask for approval. According to the process of international telecommunication, the approval should be done by the radio conference. Obviously, if the experts group does not agree the sent programmes, they will be excluded from the last standard; although the expert group greens the programmes, there are still so many challenges on the period of time.

ANDROID (Mobile Operation System)

Android is a mobile operating system initially developed by Android Inc., a firm purchased by Google in 2005. Android is based upon a modified version of the Linux kernel. It is a participant in the Open Handset Alliance. Unit sales for Android OS smartphones ranked first among all smartphone OS handsets sold in the U.S. in the second quarter of 2010, at 33%.
Android has a large community of developers writing application programs ("apps") that extend the functionality of the devices. There are currently over 70,000 apps available for Android with some estimates saying 100,000 have been submitted, which makes it the second most popular mobile development environment. Developers write managed code in the Java language, controlling the device via Google-developed Java libraries.
The unveiling of the Android distribution on 5 November 2007 was announced with the founding of the Open Handset Alliance, a consortium of 78 hardware, software, and telecom companies devoted to advancing open standards for mobile devices. Google released most of the Android code under the Apache License, a free software and open source license.


Linux (commonly pronounced / lɪnəks/ LIN-əks  in American English, also pronounced /ˈlɪnʊks/ LIN-ooks in Europe and Canada) refers to the family of Unix-like  computer operating systems using the Linux kernel. Linux can be installed on a wide variety of computer hardware, ranging from mobile phones, tablet computers and video game consoles, to mainframes and supercomputers. Linux is the leading server OS, accounting for more than 50% of installations[citation needed]. Desktop use of Linux has increased in recent years, partly owing to the popular Ubuntu, Fedora, and openSUSE  distributions and the emergence of netbooks and smartphones running an embedded Linux.