Archivi giornalieri: 17/10/2011
Ubisoft annuncia che Assassin’s Creed Revelations sarà giocabile in 3D su Xbox 360, PlayStation3 e PC dotati di sistema NVIDIA 3D Vision™. Per la prima volta nella storia di questa celebre saga, i giocatori potranno provare in 3D il gameplay emozionante e l’universo avvincente di Assassin’s Creed su tutte le piattaforme disponibili.
In Assassin’s Creed Revelations, il leggendario Assassino Ezio Auditore ripercorre i passi del suo mentore, Altaïr, in un viaggio ricco di scoperte e rivelazioni. È un percorso pericoloso che porterà Ezio a Costantinopoli, cuore dell’Impero Ottomano, dove un’armata crescente di Templari minaccia la stabilità della regione.
Assassin’s Creed Revelations sarà disponibile dal 15 novembre 2011 su Xbox 360 e PlayStation3 e dall’1 dicembre 2011 per PC.
It looks like Dell has decided that its next range of tablets will be based on Microsoft’s new Windows 8 platform, instead of Google’s Android platform, the news was confirmed by Dell’s CEO, Michael Dell.
It would appear that Dell has decided to move its tablets to Windows 8, because the Android devices the company has produced haven’t done as well as they had expected, although we could possibly see more Android devices from Dell in the future.
“We are very aligned with Microsoft around Windows 8. You’ll hear more about Windows 8 from us and see a wide range of products released,” Android is certainly another opportunity as well, but that market has not developed to the expectations they would have had.”
We have already seen some demos of Windows 8 running in tablets, and what we have seen so far it looks very interesting, whether Dell will be able to produce popular Windows 8 based tablets remains to be seen.
Google+ is becoming pretty popular among photographers as a way to share work and connect with others. If you’ve been thinking about jumping in but don’t know where to begin, Scott Kelby and Co. made this helpful (and free) hour-long primer with tips on how to use the service effectively.
Here’s the second part in which they talk with some of the most popular photographers on the service:
Sony has released firmware updates for the Sony Alpha SLT-A65 and A77 digital cameras. Version 1.03 cuts down on the time it takes for the camera to switch from the LCD to the EVF and vice versa, improves the responsiveness of the control dials and the Fn button, and adds support for the HVL-MT24AM macro twin flash. You can download the firmware upgrades from the websites below.
THK Photo Products have announced the US availability of the new Tokina AT-X Pro FX 17-35mm f/4 wide zoom for Canon and Nikon. Equipped with a quiet, high-precision focus motor, the Tokina AT-X 17-35mm f/4 Pro FX has an optical formula that comprises 13 elements arranged in 12 groups, and comes with a nine-bladed iris diaphragm. Notable features include an angle-of-view range of 103.96° -64.74°, a rubber seal around the lens mount, and Tokina’s exclusive one-tocuh focus clutch mechanism that allows the photographer to switch between AF and MF simply by snapping the focus ring forward for AF and back toward the camera to focus manually. The Tokina AT-X 17-35mm f/4 Pro FX is available for $719.
It’s finally arrived. Introduced by Apple’s pre-CEO Steve Jobs in his last keynote, iOS 5 is the latest Operating System for iDevices like iPhone and iPad, which includes tons of new features and improvement. And today, by connecting your compatible iDevice to the latest version of iTunes, you will be receiving the update to iOS 5!
As you have expected, iOS 5 is not just a regular update that’s nothing but all talk. According to its feature page, it combines 200 features which not only greatly improve user interface, solve serious user experience issues, but also introduce brand new features like Notification Center, iMessage, Newsstand, Reminder, and more!
So while waiting eagerly for the update to complete, we want to uncover more features that add just awesomeness to iOS 5, and you may not know about them. Enjoy reading or exploring new features and rejoice, as your iDevice will look and act better today!
Forse con le temperature attuali, decisamente basse nel nostro Paese, il calore emanato dal nostro notebook o netbook non ci dispiace più di tanto; c’è da dire però che questo aspetto è legato anche alla postizione del computer. Il Lapdesk N700 di Logitech di viene incontro proprio in questo senso, offrendo inoltre due altoparlanti supplementari.
Lapdesk consente di navigare e lavorare comodamente e direttamente da diverse postazioni. La schermatura anti-calore non è l’unico vantaggio di questo accessorio, infatti il supporto è inclinabile di 10 gradi e il tessuto air mesh garantisce uno straordinario comfort. Tra l’altro l’accensione della ventola (silenziosa) e dell’audio sono separate e possono essere attivate o disattivate tramite un tasto.