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Both these formats claim to be the future of TV and Gaming. Now - the vast majority of us don't even know what Blu-Ray is, let alone know what it does and how it works. We'll start off by giving a short insight into "the future of television". Blu-Ray, created by the Blu-ray Disc Association, is simply a superior format of what to most of us still feels like relatively new technology, the DVD (Digital Versatile Disk). Blu-Ray differs in it's video and sound quality. It offers the user more than five times the storage capacity of traditional DVDs and can hold up to 25GB on a single-layered disc and an amazing 50GB on a dual-layer disc. This extra capacity combined with the use of advanced video and audio codecs will offer consumers ...Read On?
You may be most familiar with Norton Antivirus, being as it is, the most popular choice for PC users becuase of it's simple uses and easy-to-use layout. Essentially, what they offer you is the service of protection of your PC from hackers, spammers, and virus'. This means that once or twice a month the computer will run a full system scan whereby it looks for any suspicious files and deletes them from the computer. But does any of this actually work? Many people have argued that it is just the companies themselves sending out these "virus'" in order to ensure your subscription for next years Update. Some people have even claimed that the software can damage your computer and delete some important files. At ?50 per suite excluding mont...Read On?
Once dubbed 'Longhorn', Microsoft's Vista wasn't looking like a brilliant plan from the start. Having said that, the most famous 'Wii' had a prior name of "Revolution" before Nintendo took a decision to have a rename - now the console system is rapidly becoming the most popular across the world. Will we see a similar thing with Vista? Vista has been heavily criticised for a whole range of things, spanning from it's "graphic hungry" interface to it's "slow file operations", but what may we expect to see for the history of the Operating system - can we realistically expect to see the shiny Vista icon staring back at us as we login on our computers across the world? We also have to look at the ever-growing open-source Operating syste...Read On?
In my introduction, I begged the question "With the "Next Gen" phones becoming increasingly powerful, will the need for other devices such as Cameras, MP3 players and even Computers become a thing of the past?" No. I'm sorry, but ultimately, if you want to do anything properly, a mobile phone will simply not cut it. Let's try an analyze this deeply, and look at what the latest models of Mobile phones have to offer, naturally taking a look at Apple's new iPhone. The latest ranges of mobile phones, really emphasise the term 'mobile technology', offering you just that. Many new Nokia phones, as well as Sony Ericsson and many other leading brand models, offer you a high resolution camera, an in-built MP3 player device,...Read On?