Saturday, December 13, 2008
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(OF COURSE THE THING SCREWED UP AGAIN, posted on 5:33pm)
The recent announcement of new members to the Open Handset Alliance, those getting behind Google's Android platform, threw up some interesting names... not least manufacturers of netbooks.
There have been rumours of Android's Linux-based interface being converted to sub 10-inch screens for some time now, and Asus and Toshiba's presence hints at such.
The fact that most netbooks run on Linux already would be a significant plus too, as Google's Android OS is based on the same system.
Although Asus is also a noted manufacturer of handsets - both under its own name and for other brands - the rumours of a touchscreen Eee PC also mean that the Android OS could be fairly easily ported to the netbook model.
And the advent of 3G cards being embedded into the devices means the gap between high-powered smartphones and netbooks is coming down all the time as well.
Although it's unlikely to happen in the next year, Android's conversion to the netbook model would be a significant win for Google, which is rumoured to be looking at the PC OS space already.
[DARN THE POSTING TIMER!! This was created on 12-13-08 at 5:24PM]
I've been playing for a while and my XBOX 360 gamertag is a88SUPAKILLA. As of right now, I am offlline but you can always join my party in this game, F.E.A.R., Universe At War, or C&C 3: Kane's Wrath. Those are my most played games. HAPPY HUNTING, ALL YOU FELLOW GAMERS!!! (Really published at 4:20PM, Eastern Time)
Yep. I did it. This photo may be really blurry, but if you can see it, I managed to get a compressed for-psp version of Windows Vista w/SP1 on my PSP. It works very well- even if it doesn't include Microsoft Office 2007 at all- and comes with a couple games. My favorite parts are the Internet Explorer and PSP Start menu. The PSP Start menu was created mainly for the use of all the other programs on this OS and links for I.E., though the Internet Explorer is I.E. and with a couple of firefox add-ins it works perfectly. Google "VISTA on PSP" if you want yo learn how to pull off this incredible feat by yourself. This was very easy (I did it last week in under 4 minutes) all you need is a 1GB or higher memory stick and a PSP-to-USB pag for your transfering. Happy modding!!
(POST WAS REALLY PUBLISHED AT 4:15PM Eastern Time)
Wwell, surely Photoshop CS4 is wayyyy better than our school-edition CS1. Be back with more info later. hahaha, now I gotta get in the shower. Have fun PLAYING!
Wednesday, December 10, 2008
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