With its tabbed browsing, the ability to download any size of webpage, and to be able to stream youtube videos, how can you say no to Opera Mini 5? Download it here! Enjoy the Video.]]>
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“Although Microsoft demonstrated Natal at this year’s E3 trade show, the software maker hasn’t said when the technology will be available. The company has said that Natal, which incorporates face, voice, and gesture recognition technologies, will be sold as an add-on to the current Xbox 360 console.”
Check out the full story here. Also check out Microsoft’s Official page. The video is pretty impressive… there is also a YouTube portal to all the Project Natal videos here.
“Now, however, it looks as though our days of being sealed into airborne vaults—disconnected, inaccessible and unaccountable—really are numbered. As carriers pour many more millions into in-flight entertainment systems, as was clear recently at Toronto’s World Airline Entertainment Association (WAEA) conference, U.S. airlines are embracing new air-to-ground and satellite systems to offer wi-fi service on commercial flights as early as next spring. So far this year, the FAA has already received 42 applications to install the systems on new aircraft, as many as during all of last year.”
This is great news for Americans, or Canadians on connecting flights through the USA. No Canadian Airlines, that I know of, have put in requests for this technology. The cost is about 10$ per flight, or for frequent flyers, and I mean frequent, you can also buy day passes.
Check out the full story, its a great read.]]>