Oh look! To keep you company while the Apple event is underway, above is a new 404 error page that Google is testing. That’s all we know (see what I did there?). Via: Google Blah
How could a videogame be so realistic, graphically-advanced, and brilliant to play at the same time? The answer gamers, is almost 3 minutes worth of Battlefield 3 campaign footage. So awesome.
That’s right. Tonight, Google probably took the gingerbread its engineers were eating and set off to remove an app that had been copied from the existing Guitar Solo Lite, which was then injected with malicious code and renamed Super Guitar Solo, which automatically roots your phone and sends every bit of data on it to the hacker(s). Kudos to the guys at AndroidPolice for bringing up the issue, and Google immediately responding afterwards. However, 50,000 people already downloaded the app in question, and in a daring in quick move, Google remotely deleted the app from all devices.
It’s here gamers, and it’s 1.6GB of sweet Crysis 2 on two different multiplayer maps — the same ones as seen in the Xbox 360 beta. Modes available are Team Instant Action and Crash Site, and the 2 maps available are Skyline & Pier 17. The file just went live, and the maximum rank you can reach in-game is level 10. The download link to EA’s servers is at the source link.
That isn’t a very compelling title, is it? Not that I think so anyway. Moving on, this is the Razer Abyssus, a gaming mouse Razer released back in 2009, but is bundled with the ASUS G53Jw, which will be reviewed and posted on LaptopMemo soon. Since I like the Abyssus so much, I decided to give it a review. Join past after the break for the full (but short) review.
Remember not too long ago there were new HPs? No? Okay then, let’s assume there’s always new HPs, like now. The Dv6t and Dv7t (16-inch and 17.3-inch laptops, respectively). The line has a multitude of options that belittle the price or drastically make it as high as you want, with a basic 2.2GHz Core i7 processor, or up to 3.4GHz quad-core Core i7 chips that are only any good of you like scaring people off with those extra cores (or need them for heavy multitasking and pwning n00bs).
Both systems comes with AMD’s 1GB Mobility Radeon HD 6570 graphics chip, and both the Dv6 and Dv7 start off at $1000 to $1,100, respectively. Hit up the source links to play with the configurations and see how much bang you can get for your buck. Via: HP (dv6t), (dv7t)
Of course. Everything Japanese sells in Japan! Some reports had it at 2,000 people in line for the new 3D system, priced in Japan at ¥25,000 and is $249 for the U.S. when it launches March 27th. And as per all DS series systems, the 3DS is backwards-compatible with all DS and DSi games; a nice touch.