Google + is still in limited testing phase, and although Google + might be lacking some of the features that other social networks have, it doesn’t mean that we won’t see these features someday in the feature. In fact, it seems that we’ll see those features sooner than we think.


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Sony releases Sony Toylet – games for public toilets

On January 12, 2011, in Gadgets, Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

That’s right, this is a game that you play in a public toilet while urinating, and in order to play it you need to use your urine. We know that it might sound a bit gross, but the weirdest thing about it is that Sony is the developer of this project.

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When we say big we really mean it. Before we plunge into the numbers lets dive into history tell you something exciting. StarCraft I took over one year to sell around 1.5 million copies since its launch. The game was a hit but took speed slowly in the market once critics as well as the users started to fall in love with it. The StarCraft madness took over the public but it didn’t set any happening records. On the other hand StarCraft II has sold 1.5 million copies in just 48 hours! So will you call this just a hit? We would call it a world record.

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As you can see in the leaked image / box art below for Lionhead Studios’ Fable III, it has a label on its top margin suggesting that the popular RPG series will be arriving both Xbox and PCs.

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River Rush: First Natal game for this year’s E3

On April 21, 2010, in Gaming, Latest News, by Mike Jefferson

Nintendo Wii has made quite a revolution with its controllers allowing your movement to be captured and to be transferred into the game, but unlike other gaming consoles Wii doesn’t have that much hardware power to offer and only thing great about it might be its controller. Well, people from Microsoft have a huge announcement to show on E3 in June which will make Xbox 360 capture movements and reproduce it in game.

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PSP gets video downloads too with Go! View

On February 3, 2010, in Entertainment Gadgets, Gaming, by Fahad Majidi

You can now download tele from the BBC and Sky, along with movies to watch on your PSP with Sony’s new Go! View service. While we still wait for Sony to launch a film and TV download series for PS3, at least we have Go! View for PSP. The Go! View website offers TV shows and films for a free. The current line up includes Lost, Heroes, plenty of comedies and documentaries, along with sporting highlights from Sky Sports and a smattering of recent blockbusters.

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Play TV: Testing PS3 TV

On January 25, 2010, in Entertainment Gadgets, Gaming, by Fahad Majidi

The first thing everyone says when they pick up the Play TV hardware is, ‘’Oooh, isn’t it light?’’ But its lack of weight is no surprise when you consider little more than a pair of TV tuners: all of the clever stuff is handled by your PS3 once you have installed the Play TV software from the disc provided. Upon start up you choose your region, attach the Play TV hardware to your PS3, and scan for available channels. So far, so expected, but towards the end of the process the system warns you that, if you want to use Play TV’s recording function while simultaneous playing PS3 games or watching Blu-ray discs or DVDs, it may effect gameplay or the quality of recording.

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