While taking a screenshot on your PSP was a little harder for the average user, this time Sony has made taking screenshots on the PS Vita a lot easier.
While the PSP requires you to install external plugins in order to take screenshots from your PSP games, the Vita has made it significantly easier for you to take screenshots on your Vita.
Technology is constantly advancing. What was once in high demand eventually becomes obsolete, or at the very least, a device that you’re ashamed to pull out in public. You know what I’m talking about. It’s like still having a flip phone and pulling it out to text while your friends are snapping high quality photos with their iPhones. It might be time to work out a retirement plan for that old device and jump into the current day.
It’s interesting to watch as things change and devices become unnecessary or even undesirable. Think about your digital camera. When was the last time you used it? I haven’t seen mine in a while. Why? My phone takes high quality pictures, leaving me with one less thing to carry.
Just like everybody else, most gamers play console and PC games for pure enjoyment and fun, and only a few have the skills necessary to make it as a professional gamer and make money by playing in the professional leagues. In countries like Korea, professional StarCraft players are treated like celebrity royalty due to the huge popularity of the game. Other professional gamers also make a comfortable living from sponsorship’s and prize money from playing in the professional circuit.
Andy Rubin and his team initially developed Android as an OS to power digital cameras. They dreamed it to be the OS of choice for camera makers where the OS would be used to create a new generation of “Smart Cameras” that are connected to PCs. The plan was to integrate a camera platform and would use the Cloud for storing photos online.
However, due to the slump of camera sales, he and his team decided to turn it into a mobile phone operating system. In 2005, he and his team acquired members who had experience working with companies like Orange and T-Mobile to target Windows Mobile. Apple and its Flagship iOS was still not in the scene since it was introduced in 2007.
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This is one proof that despite news of Goggle Glass being banned in some bars, there is still much high demand for it. Google Glass appeared in an auction in Ebay and bids went as much as up to $95,300! That only shows that indeed the Google Glass is in High demand.
Google ran a contest back in February offering winners to become “Glass Explorers” that will let them be the first to buy the Glass and be able to test it out. And yes, the Glasss would not be given for free, but essentially winning the contest only gives the winner a chance to buy the Google Glass for $1,500. Which is pretty expensive is you ask me. Despite the price range, this is still a pretty neat experience to be part of the exclusive group able to test out the Google Glass.
With most smartphones, you can use mp3s, WAVs and virtually any other sound formats as a ringtone for your phone. But for the iPhone, you can only use sound files with the M4R format for ringtones.
Using your iPhone, you can buy ringtones from iTunes and each tone costs around $.99 just like your typical iTunes download. But sometimes, it just not the ringtone we want. Sometimes we want to have a customized ringtone for our iPhone. So here with a few taps in your iPhone, you can create your own customized iPhone Ringtone for free.
The first Android powered game console, Ouya, is purported to hit brick and mortar stores something in June. For those who don’t know, users of the console will be able to download Android games and play them on their television. There are so many games available at the Play Store, so Ouya gamers would have countless options to choose from, and downloading games would require only a few minutes if there’s a connection like www.wirelessinternet.net/.
Some have already seen the preview units, and they aren’t too happy about the console. The console maker said this was expected of sorts, as the system is not ready to undergo a proper review at the moment.
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This is for PS3′s already running CFW and you want to downgrade back to 3.55 for testing purposes, or to try out other firmwares or for some other weird reason you may have.
A USB Flash drive (Must be big enough to accommodate the installation files) or an external HD
A PS3 running any cfw (this means this work on Rogero 4.21, 4.30, 4.30 V2.05, 4.40 v1.02 and Rogero 4.40 V1.03)
Here’s how to downgrade to 3.55 from any CFW:
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