Archive for November 13th, 2019
Sony has had a rough the last few years compared to?the unstoppable success of both the original PlayStation and the PS2, but Internal details of struggle are now coming to light.
At CeBIT this month, Commodore?is expected to announce their entry into the highly competitive?business of high performance gaming spec PC’s not dissimilar to what both Alienware and Voodoo PC currently offer. The Commodore is ready to make a splash back into the computer world with a new gaming computer that will be shown later this month during CeBIT in Germany. Specifics of the computer remain scarce, but Commodore CEO Bala Keilman promises that the new Commodore PC is going to bring the Commodore brand back into the gaming industry. If handled right it’s possible?they can make a go of this, but there track record is less than inspiring… We can only hope they know what they’re doing. For you nooblets out there too young to remember what a Commodore is,?direct yourself this way.
Every sane person uses firefox, right? If you’re new to the browser, or just want to see what extra functionality can be?had compared to Internet Explorer, you may find this ‘20 must have firefox extentions‘ article useful. A freshly installed copy of Firefox is a great software package, but what makes this open-source browser so special is the ability to customize it via extensions and themes to really make it yours. The problem is, there are so many available add-ins, it’s tough to know what’s worth installing and what’s just going to junk up your system. That’s where we come in. We’ve ferreted out 20 of the best extensions and add-ins used and recommended by hardcore Web surfers, developers and IT pros. Whether you’re looking for more streamlined surfing, improved look and feel, cool design tools or serious Web development help, there’s something (and more than likely several things) here for you.