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Apple Announces Sneak Peek of iPhone 4.0, Set April 8th

After only a week of launching the iPad, it seems Apple won’t be slowing down any time soon. They’ve just recently announced iPhone OS 4.0, and media outlets will be able to get a sneak peek on April 8th.

It comes as a big shocker to many that Apple is being so quick to release (or at least publicize) another huge product. It is expected that an “Expose-like” multi-tasking interface will show itself, along with a merged inbox concept, improved Phone app, and some sort of gesture improvement. Of course though, there may be one more thing that leaves us stunned.

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Apple iPad in our hands

Incase you have been under a rock, the iPad Wi-Fi models were shipped today. There was one shipped to us today as well. We are looking at every inch of it including the software even though it is literally impossible. Our review will be posted shortly.

1 Year So Far… And No Plans To Stop

Whether you know it or not, it’s been exactly one year since this blog was started, and we gained a ton of viewers!

We started this blog to be part of the web 2.0 community. Originally started over on Google’s Blogger (or whatever it’s called), we quickly moved after a few months of non-compatibility on our end, and lame-looking repetitive web design on our customer’s end. So we then moved to WordPress, which is our current blogging system, and we have to say we like it very much… (not that there isn’t a future plan for this website….hint hint) ANYWAY, we thank all of our viewers for participating in this endeavor, and we have many plans for 2010.

One other note: During the last few weeks, there haven’t been many updates to our posting stream. That’s simply because we took a lengthy Holiday break. Normal posting will resume on Monday.

Thanks again, and we look forward to another amazing tech filled year.

Upcoming Prince of Persia details

If you haven’t heard already, Ubisoft will be releasing another Prince of Persia game in MAY of 2010, same time the movie releases. This time, it won’t be continuing the Prince of Persia 2008 as a sequel. Instead it comes back to the Sands of time Trilogy. The game is called Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.

Haven’t you always wondered why the heck  the Prince in POP Warrior’s Within looks so emo. Well there was a 7 years gap between the POP Sands of Time and POP Warrior’s Within. Something bad must have happened to the prince in those 7 years that turned him from a noble prince into a emo warrior. POP The Forgotten Sands takes place during that time to uncover what happens to the prince in those 7 years.

This new addition will be more like a prequel. I am still wondering if they will add a sequel the POP The Two Thrones. As for POP 2008, it is unknown whether it will even be continued or not. Perhaps we might see an end to it with a few more DLC.

[For more info, check out Joystiq]

Gamers Update: October 17th

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October is half way done and I can tell u that it’s is already a kickass month. Hands off to Brutal Legends for a great unanticipated success. With games like Demon Souls and Uncharted 2 for the PS3, it is a step forward for the game industry in 2009. Demon Souls, one of the best PS3 RPGs yet, was a surprise. On the other hand, Uncharted 2 was no surprise because everyone knew this game only lacked one thing: flaws. Besides games, October also introduced us to a new handheld console, PSP GO.

I can assure you that November will be no different. Multi-Platform games like Modern Warfare 2 and Assassin’s Creed 2 will be worth the wait. The PC will hit its own RPG arsenal with Dragon Age: Origins.

For Xbox 360, 2009 might not be their best year with only a few eye-catching games like Halo ODST, but they will be off to a good start in 2010 with Mass Effect 2 releasing on the 26th of January.

Windows 7 commercial

Microsoft didn’t go wrong this time.

Snow Leopard unboxing

It has been a week since Snow Leopard has been out, and we just want to share a nice little unboxing we did with it last week.