Monthly Archives: February 2011
Apple released the iPad back in July but since then they have upgraded the software for the iPad and have launched the all new update iOS 4.2.
The new fad in the gaming world is motion technology. The Wii kicked off and introduced an entirely different way of gaming and from this Sony thought it would be important to expand into the market of motion gaming to keep up with the times. For those of you familiar with the Wii will probably think that there is not much point in the PS3 Move and see it nothing more than an attempt to make the PS3 more popular as it appears to be losing in the popularity race with the Wii. However, after trying out the PS3 Move for myself I can say that it was quite an exciting experience and as much as I love the Wii I do find that the PS3 Move has great capabilities and can keep me entertained for great lengths of time. Read the rest of this entry
Don’t know the difference between RAM and what the heck an OS is then check out my list for the most common computer terms explained in a more easier to understand language: Read the rest of this entry
With the upcoming election and debacle of the last week or so in the government it is the general feeling of the public that there appears to be no better alternative to turn to in hopes of sorting out the country. The current government has done nothing more than make the situation worse and with all the various resignations and cowardly retreats the only image that comes to mind is that the government appears to be a sinking ship to which the various politicians are jumping overboard to try and avoid drowning with the rest of the crew. What has happened to the idea of an authority that can govern us effectively? Read the rest of this entry
On the 26th January, Mark Zuckerberg’s fan page was supposedly hacked and the hacker posted the following message: “Let the hacking begin: If Facebook needs money, instead of going to the banks, why doesn’t Facebook let its users invest in Facebook in a social way? Why not transform Facebook into a ‘social business’ the way Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus described it? What do you think? #hackercup2011″ Read the rest of this entry