Let’s start with the basics, by definition Internet Telephony or IP Telephony is a general term used to refer to a wide range of services used over the internet that used to be only operated using traditional telephone lines. Examples of these types of services used with Internet Telephony are voice, video, and fax.
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Back then, slow internet was the bane for this technology, but now with more reliable internet connections with faster broadband speeds, performing such services avoids the need for traditional telephones. The flow of voice or video and even fax is now more reliable and more and more companies have now adapted and utilize this technology for day to day operations.
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Rogero has now released an update to his cfw with Rogero 4.40 v1.02 and Deank has answered with a new Multiman update to compliment the new latest Rogero cfw with Multiman 4.30.00.
(Note: Older Multiman versions will not work on Rogero 4.40 V1.02)
Here’s whats new with Multiman 4.30.00:
* Added support for various 4.40CFWs
* Added support for loading PS2 Classics (from /dev_hdd0/PS2ISO) (thanks flatz & ing.pereira)
A USB flash drive or an External HD (Both must have free space enough to accommodate the installation files)
A PS3 running CFW (3.55, 4.21, 4.30, 4.40)
Update: Rogero has released an update to his popular custom firmware with Rogero 4.40 v1.03 cfw. Here’s the link for the tutorial on How to install Rogero 4.40 v1.03 on your PS3
As you may read on this site as few days ago, Sony has released the PS3 Official firmware 4.40 update. And Rogero has now released an update to his popular CFW with Rogero 4.40 CFW.
Here’s how to install Rogero 4.40 v1.02 on your PS3:
Apple released the iOS 6.1.3 update just a few days ago designed to fix the lock screen vulnerability bug that can allow intruders to access the iPhone’s contact list and photos by bypassing the passcode lock with just a few taps. And just when we thought the iOS update was all good (and not to mention the iOS 6.1.2 update addressed an issue regarding reduced battery life), some users are reporting that iOS 6.1.3 is causing some battery issues resulting to their batteries draining faster.
Many users have been
complaining reporting about the iOS 6.1.3 battery issue over at Apple’s Support community forums. You can check the thread titled “iOS 6.1.3 battery drainage” here.
Some users have reported that performing a hard reset and cycling their battery has improved their iPhone’s battery life, while some say this fixes the problem, a lot of users are also saying that doing this fix is only temporary that the issue comes back again after a few uses. Also noting that some users say that it did not fix the problem at all.
A few days ago Tech4idiots posted news about the confirmation for the much anticipated Final Fantasy X HD remake for the PS3 and Vita and that it would be scheduled to arrive this 2013. The trailer was supposed to come out tomorrow but Square Enix seems to have apparently changed their mind (for the good).
Anyway, let’s watch the remastered Final Fantasy X HD trailer in all it’s 1080p glory. Enjoy!
Considering this is the first of the Final Fantasy series to come for the PS2, the game would certainly have some nostalgia points to boot. So what do think about the Final Fantasy X remake? Are you excited? Feel free to let us know in the comments below.
Sony has rolled out a new update for the PlayStation 3 system with the PS3 4.40 update. It’s just a minor update to improve system stability along with some updates regarding PS3 compatibility with the RC-S380 Sony Card Reader.
Image courtesy of Joystiq
Here are the 4.40 update details taken from the Japanese PlayStation website (Translated obviously)
The main features included in the PS3 4.40 update:
- I corresponding to (RC-S380 Sony Corporation products) IC card reader / writer PaSoRi non-contact.
- The system software to improve the stability of the operation.
The update is still just being rolled out, and as of posting it’s still not even available over at the US and UK PlayStation websites, stay tuned for more info regarding the update as more news comes to surface.
Deank has released a minor update to his PS3 file manager MultiMan, it’s just a small 6.76MB update to fix 8001003C errors that many users have been reporting. The multiMAN 04.20.04 also fixes some other minor issues caused by having alternative PS3 File managers like Iris running along with MultiMan.
Here’s Deank’s note about the 4.21.4 update:
This should fix 8001003C errors on all supported firmwares and also should fix some more issues caused by Iris/mM launched one after another.
Good news for Final Fantasy fans, Although Square Enix has yet to announce the details, a report from Gematsu (also confirmed by Japanese magazine Shonen Jump) that the long awaited remake of Final Fantasy X and the sequel Final Fantasy X-2 will be due this 2013.
Both Final Fantasy X and X-2 will be released on a single disc for the PS3 while FFX and FFX-2 will be sold separately for the Vita. This seems to make sense if we consider the limited capacity of Vita games, but this is just speculation. The remake for the Final Fantasy X HD was announced last 2011 during the Tokyo Game Show, but updates about the remake seems to have been scarce until recently footage from a Sony Vita event showcased some FFX characters in HD, namely Tidus and Yuna.
Here’s the video of the Final Fantasy X Characters in HD showcased on the PS Vita:
Let’s just hope the game wont have that always-online DRM that ruined SimCity.
iOS 6.1.3 update is now available for download. Apple has rolled out another minor iOS update with iOS 6.1.3. The iOS 6.1.3 update was expected to come as the beta version of the 6.1.3 update has been rolled out to developers early last month for testing.
The iOS 6.1.3 update is only a 28.5MB download so updating to the latest iOS firmware would not take much of your time all the while addressing bugs to improve security.
As you can see from the screenshot above, the update addresses two main issues: the Lock screen bug has now been fixed, and adds some improvements to Apple maps for Japan.