Some people live forever, immortalised by the greatness they have inspired or the people they’ve destroyed. Bill Gates is a man who arguably has done both in the tech industry. We drool and gush over HP’s newest and sexehest PC, the HP Touchsmart. You can now rest assured that someone is working to ensure that those who want to apply Creative Commons to their work will soon be able to do so. Nasi Lemak style! We love Microsoft’s extended love for XP, and Nokia’s arms wide open embrace of Open Sauce. Mmm Teriyaki.
Loving Each Day,
The Jedi, The Airplane and the Pokémon
I’m actually surprised no one has noticed this yet. Blizzard unveiled Diablo III today at the Blizzard Entertainment Worldwide Invitational. I could dig up all the new features of Diablo III and tell them to you, but where’s the fun in that?
And here’s a summary of the new game:
Twenty years have passed since the cataclysmic events of Diablo® II. Mephisto, Diablo, and Baal have been defeated, but the Worldstone, which once shielded the world of Sanctuary from the forces of both the High Heavens and the Burning Hells, has been destroyed, and evil once again stirs in Tristram….
Jerrick and NTT will definitely have lots to say about this new game on Episode 78 of 65bits… 😉Posted by Daniel | No comments
The future is here and its an open secret. Apple has unveiled the way it plans to make all applications online, and we don’t even know about it. Sproutcore’s its name, and we can wait to see what it does. Youtube launched a thing specially for its Partners, we talk about all the iPhone wannabes and killers and wonder if they do or do not actually match up, and question the future of graphics cards/processors/kitchen sinks. Lastly, Singapore Airlines makes a very BLOCKY impression on us.
Tupolev, Iluyushin, Fokker9 Comments
This week, we begin with more iPhone news, and a startling new invention given to us by the fine folks down @ Apple. We also find that people’ve come up with ways to wriggle their way out of His Steveness’ grasp. Dell has also decided to take on both Apple and Asus/MSI/Acer all at once and we’re worried for the future of humanity for Skynet is here. We must protect Sarah and John Connor. By the by, make sure y’all download
Opera9.5 Firefox 3 this Tuesday! Help set the world record for most downloads in a day!
Ryu and Joe Hayabusa!5 Comments
Dan and NTT do a midweek special episode of 65Bits, discussing the announcements made by his Steveness at WWDC. We cover, the iPhone2.0 SW announcement, the iPhone 3G and pricing plans in the US and also, when and how it will come to Singapore!No comments
Computex brings us a world full of Netbooks, Tiny Ass Notebooks (TABs), promised to deliver a convenient mobile experience like no other. And, to get everything in perspective, we bring on the explorer extraordinaire and gadget guru, Preetam Rai himself. We also look at Plurk, the supposed Twitter Clone (or Killer), and follow up on the @%$!#$@ VueStar Patent case. A quick look at the new HTC Touch Pro, which is basically a Diamond with keys, and Penzu, the web2.0 Notepad application. And a final reminder to watch out for his Steveness’s Keynote on Monday night SGT.4 Comments
This week we discover the joys of having an ethernet switchbox bring gigabit ethernet right to your room, instead of creating tons of hazards by running wires all over the house.
Ok no, this is “WTF is Wrong with the Net” week. On our very own island, VueStar claims the most ridiculous patent yet, and on the other side of the world, automated crusaders cause trouble for everyone’s favorite vidcast production house with a positive DDoS and then deny it. Some deeper discussion about how Nokia is considering using Linux as a cellphone platform, followed by a distinctly more comprehensible rant on “the new MP3 standard” my fat Farinelli a*se. Joy o joy at news of Dell’s foray into the netbook scene with the Mini-Inspiron, before going into our byte of the week, the dropbox-like Windows Live Skydrive.3 Comments