According to Reuters, the first ANDROID announcements could be less than two weeks away. You know that the other major carriers can’t let T-Mobile steal the spotlight, so if there is indeed an announcement on the 23rd, I can see others quickly following.
“Deutsche Telekom’s T-Mobile unit is set to start selling a mobile phone based on Google Inc’s Android software within weeks, according to people familiar with the matter.”
Five thousand 1-900-number calls. Five thousand. Bringing you to a grand total of 45,000 minutes. Wow.
"In his defence, Vaccarelli told WABC-TV New York that it was ‘outrageous’ to imagine he’d made so many calls."
Go get your name in that for the Resistance 2 beta if you’re so inclined. Kotaku’s reporting that you can sign up now on the game’s official site, that spots are likely limited, & that you’d better act fast if you want in.
You can now apparently throw some christians into the mix of Spore-haters. Yep, DRM-haters are no longer alone in their quest, though the motives are clearly from different ends of the spectrum
It’s only a rumor, but it certainly sounds credible to me. Game show-slash-reality TV at its best, folks.
“Centred around competition between bands of four, it’ll give you the chance to not only get on TV and win the ‘Ultimate Rock Band Experience…’”
DigiTimes has the full-coverage story. We’ll see mid-range (4670/50), followed by entry-level (4550) cards from AMD this month, & they’re still on track to get their first 45nm chips out the door before the end of the year. Fudzilla’s got the english run-down on ASUS’ 4670 offering plus a link to the original story which includes a photo. Non-reference cooling & HDMI in store. Graphics processing on the cheap, anyone?
Monolith successfully regained control of the rights to the F.E.A.R. name, so Project Origin is now F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin (like it should have been to start with).
“Why not drop the Project Origin name altogether? Well, for one, there has already been quite a bit of branding associated with that name, but more importantly, when Monolith lost the F.E.A.R. name it asked its community for suggestions to replace it. In a contest, Project Origin was chosen, and thus, the name has ties to the F.E.A.R. community.”
In case you missed it, Intel’s SSD hit the internets yesterday, & the reviews are all proclaiming it the best thing since sliced bread. Plenty of review-age to go around, so feel free to get your read on, but coming in at around $600 isn’t going to get many people jumping on the buying bandwagon anytime soon.