The new Apple iPhone is coming. With the Samsung Galaxy S3, Nokia Lumia and several other smartphones, Apple has to keep up the pace. Will they succeed?
I myself am particularly not a fan of Apple. I dislike their mindset, find their use of iTunes annoying and will probably not get the iPhone myself. But that doesn't mean they don't make quality products. And with the new iPhone, I think they try to aim at people who already are using an iPhone, and not so much on the Android/Windows phone users. Is that a bad thing? I don't think so.
But what do others think about iPhone 5? Read the reviews of the iPhone 5 at AllYourReviews.net
Alright, facebook has been very annoying lately, with the new top stories stuff no-one cares about.
So here's how to fix it.
Go to your account settings -> notifications, and make sure the box is NOT ticked, like this:
Now you'll have your good old facebook back, with all the messages in chronological order, instead of random selected.
Or, you could use Google Plus.
I recently started playing Simcopter again. It's a game from 1996, and around 1997 or 1998 I've played it for the first time, and I only had the demo. Still, I thought it was an amazing game.
And I still think it is. Sure it has some flaws and bugs, but the gameplay remains great.
What do you have to do? Basicly you get in a helicopter and extinguish fires, resolve traffic jams, catch robbers and transport (injured) people. There's not a lot more to it, but it's always challenging, because after a while you're just packed with missions, so you have to transport 4 people, while there are 2 arsonists on the run while there are riots all over the place causing traffic jams.
Here are level 1 and 2, played by me, unfortunately without sound. Future videos hopefully will have sound, if I can get it to work.
Yes, it's 20 years ago that Linus Torvalds decided to bring his hobby to the public.
In his first e-mail it's clear that he didn't it could get as big as it is today. It's also funny to see that he stated that his OS 'probably never will support anything other than AT-harddisks', because he didn't have any other harddisks. Now it supports over 9000 harddisks!!! Well, maybe not over 9000, but it supports almost every harddisk.
Congratulations to Linus and the whole Linux community!