Sony PlayStation 4 game system

Sony PlayStation 4 game system


Sony has launched a new website with the tag "See the Future." Sony will hold an event on February 20 for their video gaming brand. The official PlayStation Meeting website will stream the announcement.

Fans expect Sony to unveil its often-rumored PlayStation 4 game system.

Sony previously hinted that it would announce its next game system before the yearly Electronic Entertainment Expo gaming event that takes place every June in Los Angeles, California.

The previous PlayStation Meeting in 2011 brought forth the announcement of the PlayStation Vita , the follow-up to the company's PlayStation Portable handheld system.

Several games are already rumored to be in the works, including Konami's "The Phantom Pain" (the rumored follow-up to "Metal Gear Solid 4: Sons of Liberty") and Electronic Arts' "Battlefield 4." No word yet on any official announcements.

It's not clear what's in store for Orbis, also known as PS4, but the latest early console build includes 8GB RAM, 2.2GB video memory, a 4 x dual-core AMD64 "Bulldozer" processor, 4 x USB 3.0, 2 x Ethernet, Blu-ray drive, 160GB storage, and HDMI out, according to Kotaku.

Even if Sony introduces the next PlayStation on February 20, it's not clear when the new console would hit store shelves. Both Microsoft and Sony are expected to announce their initial game lineups and features for the new consoles during E3 in June. And most video game watchers expect the two new consoles to debut towards the end of the year in time for the holiday season.




December 7, 2005

Man sues over Xbox 360 defects

Man sues over Xbox 360 defects

A Microsoft Xbox 360 owner from Chicago has sued the world's largest software maker, saying the new video game console has a design flaw that causes it to overheat and freeze up reports Yahoo News

Robert Byers, who brought the suit, said the power supply and central processing unit in the Xbox 360 overheat, affecting heat-sensitive chips and causing the console to lock up.

Complaints of similar freezing problems began to surface as soon as the Xbox 360 went on sale November 22. Owners reported some systems crashed during both normal and online game play.

Microsoft has stated it has received isolated reports of problems, but emphasized the possible glitches represented a small fraction of units sold.

The proposed class action suit claims that in Microsoft's bid to gain share in the $25 billion global video game market, the company was so intent on releasing the Xbox 360 before competing next-generation machines from Sony and Nintendo that it sold a "defectively designed" product.



December 4, 2005

ICANN delays .xxx porn domain (again)

ICANN delays .xxx porn domain (again)
A final decision on the controversial .xxx domain has been delayed again. Paul Twomey, president of the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers said on Thursday the group is still awaiting the recommendations of an advisory committee reviewing the proposal, and has no plans to make a decision at ICANN's meeting this week in Vancouver reports BBC news.

Plans for the .xxx have been criticised by many people and organisations, among them former Icann board member Karl Auerbach and US conservative religious groups, including the Family Research Council.

Approval had already been delayed numerous times. First, when Pope John Paul II died, then, after the intervention of the governmental advisory committee (GAC) of ICANN, and finally following pressure from the American Government reports Times UK.

The reason given for the delay, this time was that the GAC wanted to review a 350-page report on the domain by ICANN, released just this week - despite it being completed more than two months ago.

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December 1, 2005

Windows OneCare Live 'beta'

Windows OneCare Live 'beta'
Microsoft Corp is making its new security service, Windows OneCare Live service available for free in a "beta," to help it work out any potential problems before the product's likely introduction next year reports Reuters. OneCare is the latest in Microsoft's Live series. Windows Live is a free Web-based service which incorporates Web searches, email, syndicated headlines from other sites, and photos and audio from across the Web reports TechTree

The service, which offers anti-virus, firewall, backup and recovery, as well as personal computer maintenance, will eventually be available for a subscription fee, said Microsoft spokeswoman Samantha McManus.

"This is the first major step for Microsoft into the consumer security market," McManus said, noting about 15,000 customers have been taking part in a limited test since June.

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Firefox 1.5

Firefox 1.5
One year after the debut of Firefox 1.0, and more than 100 million downloads later, Mozilla has released Firefox 1.5, the latest version of its acclaimed open source Browser.

Firefox 1.5, which is available as a free download from, will aim to build on the success of last year's Firefox 1.0, which won a cult following among users who say the software is slicker and more secure than Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE), the market leader reports Times.

Improvements included in Firefox 1.5 include automatic updates, faster surfing speeds and drag-and-drop page tabs designed to make the product more user friendly.

The Mozilla Foundation is planning to use the SpreadFirefox website to showcase user-submitted videos of Firefox fans talking about the product as part of a marketing blitz due to raise the profile of the already popular browser. Recent figures from web analytics firm suggest Mozilla-based browsers have a total global usage share of 11.51 per cent in a market still dominated by Microsoft's ubiquitous IE browser software reports the register

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November 28, 2005

Maxell Holographic Storage Media

Maxell Holographic Storage Media
Maxell Corporation of America, has said it will launch its first holographic storage products in September 2006. The first drive will have a capacity of 300GB and a throughput of 160Mbps.

Maxell says the technology designed by InPhase Technologies is capable of achieving 1.6TB per disk with a 120MBps bandwidth.

According to Maxell, Holographic data storage is superior to existing disc and hard drive technologies, and is also competitive against tape technologies in capacities and transfer rate. In addition, it offers a 50+ year media archive life and random data access. Finally, the media is expected to have the lowest cost per gigabyte of any commercial quality removable storage.

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