Yes, another Batman game is up for release this year reportedly on, PS4, Xbox 1 and PC. It all started with the Pre-Order listing of the game on an online store. According to the website, the Batman: Arkham Knight is the “explosive finale” to the series, so going by the listing this would probably be the last game of the series and we are supposed to get a story with a conclusive end. Continue reading
Well, first of all, hello everyone! It’s been a long time since the last time I’ve written anything for any website or even bothered to post anything (Ya, I’m not really a social media freak and don’t even post much. Even on my FB wall. Well, today multiple blogs/websites/forums are open on the internet and I don’t really expect many of you to really miss Gadget Goat (Or even remember it, lol!). Continue reading
Microsoft’s All Out Fight against Botnets
A very recent Microsoft Security intelligence report urges users of Windows XP and Vista to switch to Windows 7 if they want to protect their PC from the danger of malware or botnet infections. This type of malware makes your computer act like zombie machine for generating more spam. Although both Windows Vista and XP and the new Windows 7 have the latest service pack installed, the former 2 are more susceptible to malware and hence prone to be converted into Botnets. Continue reading
PS3 Firmware Measures To Combat Piracy
Publishers of PS3 initially troubled by pirated software can now take a breather with some new firrmware releases by Sony which have been configured to fight off piracy. Several moves have been taken by Sony to effectively encounter pirated software on the Play Station 3 (PS3) console. This particularly happened after the popular PS Jailbreak and other solutions which were based on the same move. To make this possible Sony took drastic measures to prevent software interaction. Continue reading
Features to look for when buying a computer
Since the introduction of the user friendly interface in the 1980s, the computer world has never being the same. New and better programs have been developed to meet everyday life. Today, fighter planes with no pilots are being used to attack behind enemy lines with minimal collateral damage. Back at our homes, most people are quitting their daily jobs to work on self employment behind their computers.
TIME what makes us tick? is it our inner clock, or are we part of a gigantic clockwork regulating our daily moves? Observed on a human scale, the very basic rhythm of every day is sunset and sunrise, we go in to bed and out of bed. A rhythm, so elementary and universal and at the same time so intimate. This is an impression of Sync’ by Max Hattler and ‘Bedrooms’ bij Nelleke Koop with music by Dennis van Tilburg. These were part of the ‘Time, what makes us tick?’ installation in the Open Mind series of Pavlov E-Lab, presented on the Noorderzon Performing Arts festival 2010. In this edition Max and Nelleke collaborated with chronobiologist Martha Merrow and physicist Eric Bergshoeff in their mutual exploration of the theme of Time.
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TIME, what makes us tick
The mother of open source operating system for hand-held devices and smart-phones is surely Android. The journey began when Google acquired Android Inc, in year 2005. With Google’s intent to enter the hand held and cheap mobile phones market, year 2007 saw players like Intel, Google, Motorola, HTC, Sprint Nextel, T-Mobile, Qualcomm, and NVIDIA, joined hands together to form the Open Handset Alliance. Continue reading
Change in Trend of latest Mobile Phones
It is a known fact to everyone how much the mobile phone industry has developed in recent times. With the advent of latest mobile phones having every possible feature, the mobile manufacturing companies surely have a tough competition at present and in coming time. Gone are the days when mobiles phones, having call rates touching the sky, were used just to call and message. The added entertainment factor, along with a much better network coverage and classy looks is what describes a mobile phone of today’s time. Continue reading
Microsoft’s Disposition on Windows Phone 7 for Tablets
Those of you flattered by Windows 7 will be in for a surprise to know that Microsoft has some years to go till it makes this version available on tablets. Though true to its USP, Microsoft is always ready to brush its skills on inventions and intends to make Windows 7 run better with smaller OS that runs better on tablets. Continue reading
10 Important Things for Nokia to Do In India!
When the Indian market is surveyed for Nokia popularity and usage you will be shocked to know that the reports are not very favorable. One thinks that in the mobile making and selling industry, if not the lower end then at least the higher end companies would think of Nokia as a thriving competitor. You are wrong! The need of the hour for Nokia is to change its promotional and selling strategy, survey the market themselves and get close to the customized needs and wants of emerging markets. Here are 10 proponents. Continue reading