Hot on the heels of reporting the unfortunate PSN outage, we now have the official confirmation that PSN is indeed down due to some issue that is yet to be identified.
Our capabilities of our current phone and mobile devices surpass anything that we ever could have imagined. Present innovations have fueled a new industry in business and commerce. There seems to be an app and program for everything and it has made it easier for businesses large and small to remain lean and competitive. Data providers, like Dallas Datacenter, have seen an increase in demand for servers all over the country and globe. Yet, still one thing has remained an issue with many of our handheld devices: and that issue has been storage space, or at least until now.
In January 2011, HP released their latest notebook creation, the HP Pavilion dm1z. This laptop features the portability of a notebook but pumps out more power than a netbook. The HP dm1z laptop may not be the thinnest or best lightweight laptop, but scores well in both categories.
On the HP website, reviews.shopping.hp.com, the laptop receives 4.5 out of 5 stars. The reviews showed 54 out of 59 people would recommend this product to others.
The device which we are going to share with you today is an exciting one particularly if you are a fan of streaming content from your computer to your cinematic and gigantic TV screen. And as you might have guessed it’s not Apple TV. As a matter of fact, I see it above Apple’s digital media service gadget. Veebeam HD is the name you should remember if you want to stream HD content wirelessly to your HD TV.
Finally some good news for Playstation Network members across the world. Sony has made an announcement that is ought to bring a smile on your face. Yes, that’s right folks, the restoration of PSN, which went down on 20th April, has begun.
What we know about PSN so far is that the online gaming network was attacked in the latter part of April and Anonymous was held responsible by Sony. What we didn’t know so far was how many users were affected region wise and how the ill intentioned operation took place. Thanks to PS3HAX, we now have the missing pieces of the puzzle.
Bad news continue to come for the Playstation users. Sony has announced via its official PlayStation blog that the PlayStation Network services which went down in late April , won’t be restored this week as promised earlier.
We have seen a series of outstanding Kinect Hacks by many experts from different regions in past, but the hack we are going to share with you today is exceptionally different from all previous shared hacks. This hack is a result of brilliant magic skills.