Cloud Gaming, hands on the difference

Outline of the 2007 Yamaha R1 FI System

1.Intake air temperature sensor
2.Engine trouble warning light
3.Air induction system solenoid
4.Atmospheric pressure sensor
5.Throttle position sensor (for throttle cable

Square, Tweeting for your Wallet Goes online for Auction

World of Warcraft – Cataclysm

World of Warcraft, Patch 4.0.1 has been released on the PTR (public test realm).
This is the next milestone in WoW gaming where Blizzard shows their fans all of the exciting new changes and features which will be packed in the next expansion release.  

One of the exciting new changes here is that the game is playable even while the content is currently being downloaded as indicated by the screenshot below.

So when will it be released on store shelves or for electronic download?
To play it safe, as commented by Boubouille of the first week of November which would be the 2nd appears to be the date of arrival for Cataclysm.

The most anticipated change in Cataclysm appears to be a redone raiding system where a guild can enjoy the end gaming experience exclusively as a 10 player event which now provides tighter relations within guilds.  I gather the members are excited to share all of the new guild achievements together and the LFG (looking for group) system will be less commonly used.  There are also a whole lot of new PVP changes and an exciting talent redesign for every class in the game.

Looking forward to the next installation come November. So excited I will be attending BlizzCon in Anaheim, California towards the end of October.

Commodore USA to relaunch Amiga brand with series of AROS desktops

My first taste of computing was in grade school, right around the age of 5 in the first grade.  As a student of The Browning School in New York City I joined the computer club where we played video games after class and learned basic computer functions.  The Commodore 16 and Commodore 64 were my first rigs and in super geek fashion I even remember the first command I learned.
Load “*” ,8 ,1 <return>
I recall this would boot what was on my 5 ½ floppy disk drive.

Today I read an article which excites me about retro fitting the Commodore and Amiga computers.
The last time I heard an announcement of retro where I felt this joy was when Nike brought back original Air Force Ones and Jordan sneakers.

On Tuesday 9/1/10 Commodore announced that they would soon be launching the Amiga brand as all-in-one PCs.  What that means to me is that I will have yet another reason to continue only not building my own machines, which is something I did each and every time in high school.  

This announcement has me once again decided to go with the manufacturer preassembled line of hardware and although this is not the most cost effective when dealing with workstations and the case of commodity ‘more bang for the buck’ it is known that if your buying Apple it’s a requirement and with that said I couldn’t argue that I don’t mind paying the extra costs if I am interested in the design and quality of service… I still use Alienware from 2007 prior to Dell acquisition although I’ve upgraded a few components inside.

CTO of Commodore, Leo Nigro says that these new Amiga computers will be fully AROS-compatible and will support the AROS (AMIGA OS) open source community in every way possible.  The first product launch will be the Commodore PC64, using Intel’s Atom processor, 4GB of DDR3, 1TB SATA HD, Optical Drive (CD/DVD-RW & BlueRayOptional) and HDMI Output.  All packed in the original replica case. No words on the AROS systems or prices but the PC64 should be out just in time for the holidays.

Source: Engadget.