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PS4 E3 conference video
[August 11, 2014 – 07:26 am]
PS4 E3 conference video

No actual console yet, but here s the controller. James Martin/CNET Hopefully, Sony will have a lot more to show off at its E3 press conference on Monday evening. In February, Sony managed to hold a launch event for its next-generation Playstation 4 without actually showing off the console. The presentation, which touted the gadget s online capabilities, a new controller, and a lot more processing and graphical muscle, raised a lot of questions. Maybe Sony will reveal more during its E3 event, which kicks off at 6 p.m. PT. Our live blog will begin 30 minutes earlier to field…

Video editing software for YouTube
[August 29, 2014 – 09:49 am]
Video editing software for YouTube

These days, the basic camera apps included on iPhones and Androids seem like they’re just not enough. If you’ve got a video on your smartphone that you want to share with your friends, but need to add the right finishing touches, many apps that make it easy to add simple things like filters or edit videos to near-professional quality are available for free on iTunes and in the Google Play store. Check out the five handiest free video editing apps for your smartphone right now. 1. Socialcam Think of Socialcam as an Instagram for web videos. Not only can you add filters to your…

PS4 review video
[October 5, 2015 – 03:56 pm]
PS4 review video

In Toren, a mysterious little girl leads you through a beautiful, perplexing world. She doesn’t speak, and there is only one cryptic, unhelpful character who does. I was excited for Toren after watching the trailer because of the eclectic visuals and the narrative tease involving a little girl as the main character at various points in her life from birth to coming of age. After completing the game, I was left with a question mark over my head. Why was there a dragon? What did the beginning cutscene have to do with anything? What are the dream sequences? The story is made up…

PS4 PS1 Edition
[November 15, 2014 – 04:40 pm]
PS4 PS1 Edition

Today is the 20th Anniversary of the launch of the original PlayStation, which hit Japanese store shelves on December 3, 1994. Western gamers had to wait until September 1995 to get their hands on one. To mark the anniversary, Sony has unveiled a rather special PS1-themed PlayStation 4, which will be available to purchase in very limited quantities. Known as the 20th Anniversary Limited Edition PS4, Sony has made everything about the console, peripherals, and even the packaging look like a PS1. That includes the console itself in original gray, the stand, a single DualShock…

Edit firewall
[July 1, 2015 – 07:46 am]
Edit firewall

This short guide provides the basic information new users need to save time when first learning to use the Firewall Builder application. The complete Firewall Builder Users Guide can be found here. Key Concepts Objects. Firewall Builder is based on the concept of objects. Users create objects like IP networks and IP addresses to represent items that will be used in firewall rules. Libraries. Objects are stored in libraries. By default Firewall Builder comes with two object libraries. The library called User is used to store objects that the user creates. The read-only library…

Editing Windows boot Manager
[August 6, 2015 – 10:29 am]
Editing Windows boot Manager

Sometimes dual-booting a system is a handy way to test new software, a new operating system, or an application that needs to be run in a specific version of Windows. Other reasons to dual-boot might include replication of a client environment. Windows handles dual-booting by using boot.ini to display a menu of bootable choices or partitions found on the current system. In Windows Vista and later versions of Windows, the bootloader was moved from boot.ini to a utility called BCDEdit. Recently, I decided I could make better use of some disk space that I had set aside to create…

Home Video-Editing software
[September 23, 2015 – 08:46 am]
Home Video-Editing software

Video-editing software has come a long way, now offering easy stop-motion, cool transitions, picture-in-picture, Blu-ray burning, and much more. OB Roundup The camcorder is an endangered species. With smartphones, point-and-shoot digital cameras, and DSLRs all sporting video-recording—often in HD—and even tablets getting into the game, you just don t see people with camcorders at every tourist spot the way you once did. But while the video-taking hardware may be changing, there s still a real need for consumer video editing software. Aside from the those who need the raw power…