Deus Ex 3: Human Revolution Game Shows Polish, Potential

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Many gamers remember Deus Ex as the game that pioneered the stealth-focused first-person shooter genre on the PC. Veteran PC gamers, however, remember doing all kinds of things in the original Deus Ex besides sneaking around: Hacking computers, jumping between skyscrapers, exploring immersive worlds, and above all, finding new and innovative ways to wax every single bad guy standing between you and your goal.

Well, Deus Ex is back as Deus Ex 3–this time for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, as well–and it might very well be the one game that stands out amid a sea of me-too first-person shooters.

First, a little recap: You play as Adam Jensen, a private security officer that is augmented with mechanical “upgrades” that allow him to turn invisible, fall long distances without taking damage, see through walls, and much more. Like the other Deus Ex games, you can’t upgrade to new augmentations without closing off other augmentation paths, meaning you’ll have to carefully pick and choose your upgrades to complement your problem-solving style. Augmentations can help you sneak, hack, run, and fight your way through the game, but you can’t do it all. Currently, Deus Ex 3 is slated for an August 23, 2011 release.

Demo First

My Deus Ex 3 demo started with a guided tour through a level approximately halfway through the game. The task at hand was to infiltrate a major biotech corporation’s mainframe in search of some recordings, but that mainframe was located at the very top of an arcology that started in an underground city near Shanghai, extended through the “roof” of that city, and reached miles above the aboveground city skyline.

Jensen started by bribing a guard at the ground floor to allow him in the building, and used a combination of sneaking skills, non-lethal takedowns, and a silenced sniper rifle to make his way through the underground facilities.

Once he made it into the above-ground portion of the arcology, things got a little bit trickier. Rather than commit to a guns-blazing frontal assault, Jensen took advantage of his arm strength augmentation to move a vending machine into a position that let him hop onto a second-story balcony, which let him into the protected labs. Had he bluffed his way past the security guard instead of sneaking in, he would have had an easier time getting to the server room. As it was, all the defenses were up, and it was back to sneaking around.

Hands-On Experience

After seeing how the level was supposed to be played (one potential route, anyway), I had a chance to play for myself. No sneaking around for me, though. I blasted my way through the front doors and picked off a few guards, but not before one of them tripped an alarm which sent a rather unpleasant security robot after me. Now that‘s the Deus Ex I remembered. Between my revolver, 10mm pistol, stun gun, sniper rifle, and EMP grenades, I had plenty of toys to play with.

With the alarm triggered, overwhelming aggression didn’t look like a very winning game plan, so I decided to play a little bit more stealthily. Thankfully, Deus Ex 3 makes this easy. While the game is mostly played in a first-person camera view, you can press a button to switch to a sneaking-friendly third-person view that makes it easier to slip by guards undetected. Get close enough, and you can take the guard out with a lethal or non-lethal move by pressing a button that launches Adam into a quick cinematic attack.

Conclusion

Having spent far too much time playing the original Deus Ex, I was skeptical about DX3′s ability to recreate the ridiculously fun open-ended design that made it so much fun–especially after the horrible flop that was Deus Ex 2: Invisible War.

Based on the E3 build, however, it looks like they’ve taken the rather disorderly level design of the first game and streamlined it a bit, making it easier to see the different in-game options available to you while leaving devoted players with plenty of reasons to play this game again and again.

E3 2011: Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition announced

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Downloadable fighting title head’s to the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade this summer.

 

Capcom has announced Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition, a downloadable re-creation of one of the deepest, most sophisticated fighting titles of all time, featuring all the memorable characters of the Street Fighter III series.

Key features of the game:

  • Street Fighter Continues – Set in a timeline after Street Fighter IV, follow the next chapter in the epic Street Fighter universe.
  • GGPO-Enabled Online Play – SFIII: TSOE will be the first pure fighting game to use true GGPO-enabled online functionality, allowing for pixel-perfect arcade play online, including a matching system and leaderboards.
  • Unchanged Arcade Gameplay – Utmost care was taken to maintain an arcade perfect experience and not to change the deep gameplay system that has become revered as one of the most sophisticated in the fighting genre.
  • Upgraded Visuals – With new art and UI matched to hand-tuned HD Filtering options, players can customise their viewing experience, even playing in a simulated arcade cabinet.
  • YouTube Replay Sharing – Not only will players be able to watch local and global match relpays in-game, but with a click of a button upload replays directly to YouTube and share with the rest of the world.
  • Watch with Friends – A new channel that broadcasts a continuous live feed of the best match being played at any given moment, as well as allowing players to search for specific matches to be viewed solo or with friends.
  • Special Features and Unlockables – Optional side panel challenges track progress as you push your limits to unlock achievements and rewards.

Aside from Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition, Capcom have also showcased Street Fighter X Tekken, Dragon’s Dogma, Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, Asura’s Wrath, Dead Rising 2: Off the Record and Resident Evil Revelations at their E3 press briefing.

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How to Get Refund for MobileMe Subscription or Activation Codes

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Steve Jobs announced during the WWDC 2011 keynote address that iCloud will be replacing MobileMe, which will be closed down by June 30, 2012, and has not been accepting new subscribers since February 2011. iCloud will be launched by Fall 2011, which many expects in September. The MobileMe boxes, Individual or Family Pack versions, which were sold in Apple Retail Stores, Apple Online Store, and other authorized resellers until June 6, 2011 has also been taken off the shelves. When signing up for iCloud, MobileMe users will be easily transitioned mail, contacts, calendars and bookmarks to iCloud and kept existing me.com or mac.com email address.

MobileMe to iCloud Transition

As MobileMe annual subscription costs a hefty $99 per year, which is considering exorbitantly expansive considering iCloud offering most of the services for free, it’s worth start taking action now to terminate and cancel ongoing MobileMe subscriptions as all active MobileMe subscribers automatically has the service extended through June 30, 2012 for free, at no extra charge. In other words, the faster the subscription is terminated, the more refund you will be entitled to. It’s also possible to get refund for unused activation codes.

Apple has published more information about MobileMe box refunds and subscription cancellations. Apple customers who own a MobileMe active subscriptions will either get a full refund or partial refund depending on how long the subscription has been used.

Unused activation code (MobileMe boxes) or activation which was done within last 45 days or less will get a full refund minus any shipping costs or rebates that were applied to your original purchase.

For MobileMe subscription where activation was done more than 45 days ago, a pro-rated partial refund is eligible, minus any shipping costs or rebates that were applied to your original purchase.

Most MobileMe users will have to request refund for unused activation codes through https://ssl.apple.com/support/mobileme/code-refund/. Unused activation codes added to MobileMe account will automatically shown the option to request refund.

To cancel MobileMe subscription, go to https://ssl.apple.com/support/mobileme/cancel/. The amount of refund that you entitled to is calculated based on the date you submitted your request, so cancel earlier will get you a few more cents. And canceling current activate MobileMe subscription does not affect the usage of service, as it’s free until the service is shutdown next year.

Refund request for activation codes that have not been added to MobileMe account, proof of purchase in the form of a scan or photo of the unused activation code and/or purchase receipt is required.

iCloud will probably lack several features of MobileMe, such as iDisk, iWeb Publish and MobileMe Gallery. However, iCloud includes 5GB of free online storage space for storing backup and syncing files between iOS devices and computers, and comes with Photo Stream which wirelessly sync photos taken on an iOS device, such as iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to all other devices.

While the full suite of iCloud service will only available in Fall, iTunes in the Cloud has already available for iOS 4.3 users, which support managing and downloading of App Store purchases.

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CSS 2.1 emerges as official Web standard

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Version 2.1 of CSS governs a myriad of details about formatting Web pages.

Version 2.1 of CSS governs a myriad of details about formatting Web pages.

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Much of the Web world has moved on to CSS 3, but today the World Wide Web Consortium has declared the CSS 2.1 standard for Web page formatting to be done.

In W3C standards lingo, CSS 2.1 has reached “recommendation” stage. Phillipe Le Hegaret, leader of the HTML working at the W3C group, announced the milestone on Twitter today.

Browser makers, even longtime laggard Microsoft, have turned much of their attention to CSS 3, which offers glamorous new features such as animating the transition from one page to another, endowing boxes with rounded corners, and if Adobe gets its way, magazine-style layouts.

Completing the CSS 2.1 standard still is important, though, given that such technology has a shelf life potentially decades long and that an ever-wider audience of organizations must deal with Web publishing.

“This publication crowns a long effort to achieve very broad interoperability,” said Bert Bos, co-inventor of CSS and co-editor of CSS 2.1, in a statement.

The recommendation stage brings some intellectual-property reassurance, too, in that the standards makers agree that using it won’t incur patent infringement suits.

And don’t discount the fact that the CSS Working Group will have a bit more spare time for CSS3. “Now we can turn our attention to the cool features we’ve been itching to bring to the Web,” Bos said.

That’s important, given its central role alongside HTML and JavaScript–not just in Web pages and Web apps, but in the coming Windows 8 “tailored apps” as well.

AVG Family Safety Restricts and Reports on Kids’ Web Activities

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Keeping your kids safe online can be a full-time job. But it’s one that’s made a lot easier with AVG Family Safety ($20, buy-only; temporarily available for a $1 Red Cross Donation), a comprehensive parental control solution that works well in multi-computer homes.

AVG Family Safety Restricts and Reports on Kids' Web ActivitiesMonitoring your kids’ online activity is easy with AVG Family Safety’s easy-to-read graphic summary.AVG Family Safety lets you set up a profile for each of your children, and will suggest security settings based on their age range. For children between the ages of 0 and 8, for example, Family Safety suggests that you ban them from visiting sites in 61 categories such as Mature Content R-Rated, Social Networking, and Violence and Gore, among others. You can customize the settings to your liking, which is helpful as AVG’s age ranges are quite wide; for example, you may not mind having a teenager study sites in the Art Nudes category as much as you’d mind having them visit the ones categorized as Pornography. Additional parental controls include the ability to block media by MPAA or FCC rating, block and allow certain sites, and set access times for Internet use. You also can block access to certain programs in categories such as Email, Games, IM, and P2P/Torrent Programs.

Family Safety also offers activity monitoring, which presents you with an easy-to-read graphic summary of the user’s Web activity. You also can see search terms they’ve entered, programs they’ve accessed, and can reach transcripts of their chat histories on instant messaging programs. The app is nicely laid out and all of the information is easy to access, but, for the most part, you have to go looking for the information you want: AVG doesn’t always notify you when potentially dangerous behavior is occurring. You don’t, for example, get alerts when certain words are used in chat messages, which would be a nice touch. You will, however, be alerted if someone attempts to access a site that is blocked.

AVG Family Safety also offers alerts when it detects inappropriate words in social network posts, which is a nice feature. It doesn’t actually block the language. It also warns users who log into social networking sites that their activity will be monitored, and stores their login credentials so that parents then have full access to their account. I prefer the more open approach of ZoneAlarm SocialGuard, which alerts parents to potentially dangerous activity on Facebook while still allowing the child to have some privacy. SocialGuard only works with Facebook, though, and is not a complete parental control solution like AVG Family Safety. It is possible to use the two programs in combination.

A $20 annual license allows you to use AVG Family Safety on three PCs. You setup the app on one PC, and its restrictions will be enforced on each PC that your children use. (You will need to install a local client on each PC.) You do have to assign each of the AVG profiles that you create to a specific user login, however. If your children share a login or can login using an older sibling’s credentials, they could bypass some of AVG’s security settings.

AVG Family Safety offers a strong set of parental controls and useful activity monitoring tools. I do wish it offered more in the way of real-time alerts, but Family Safety still offers plenty of safeguards for your children.

E3 2011: Battlefield 3 dated

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DICE has finally pinned down the release date of the next installment of the Battlefield series.

A lil’ taste of the action

 

Revealed at EA’s E3 press briefing earlier, DICE has revealed that Battlefield 3 will be released  on October 25, 2011, with a multi-platform open beta scheduled in September.

“We are proud to finally open the curtains and reveal Battlefield 3. The core development team has been together since 2005. We’ve grown together, taken some knocks together and now, we’re ready to take first person shooters to a whole new level, together,” said Patrick Bach, Executive Producer. “Like so many gamers out there, we’ve had some pretty wild ideas about what we’d want to see in a shooter. Until now, it was all just fantasy. But with Frostbite 2, even our most far-reaching ideas are becoming a reality.  This is the game we’ve always wanted to create.”

The game is now being showcased at E3 in the EA booth. It includes a single player campaign which features two new playable characters, Dmitri “Dima” Mayakovsky, a Russian undercover agent, who “must fight his way from the Paris Stock Exchange through the crowded city streets in a desperate attempt to stop PLR operatives from detonating a dirty bomb in the heart of Paris” and Jonathan “Jono” Miller, a Marine Corporal from America’s heartland, who is “deployed to the barren dustbowl of the Tehran desert to engage PLR forces.” The popular Battlefield multiplayer mode ‘Rush’ is also back and playable on PC in the EA booth.

In case you haven’t reserved your copies yet, EA recently announced a Limited Edition package for the game. It includes a plenthora of in game goodies and the Back to Karkand digital expansion pack which pays tribute to Battlefield fans by featuring four of the most beloved maps from Battlefield 2, now boldly re-mastered using Frostbite 2.

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iOS 5 and iCloud New Features List

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Apple officially unveiled the next version of iOS mobile operating system, iOS 5, during the keynote address of WWDC 2011. Unfortunately, iOS 5 is introduced without the much-awaited iPhone 5 (or iPhone 4S). Nonetheless, iOS 5 is probably a do or die firmware software upgrade for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, which face increased competition from Android phone and tablets, and the upcoming Windows 8.

New Features in iOS 5

Apple announces that there are more than over 200 new features and 1,000 new APIs been included and added in version 5 to the iOS, the most advanced mobile operating system, though iOS 5 will probably remembered as a watershed version that Apple tries to catch up (read: copying) instead of innovate ahead of rival platforms, where most of the new features are either already built into Android, Blackberry and/or Windows Phone, or already provided by third-party apps.

iOS 5 App Icons

Highlights of New Features in iOS 5:

  1. Notification Center – Android style notification bar is finally coming to iOS platform with the introduction of an unobtrusive way to easily view and manage notifications of text messages, missed calls, calendar alerts, app alerts and all other notifications in one place without interruption. Notification Center can be accessed from anywhere within iOS 5, by swiping from top down. New notification arrived will appear briefly at the top of the screen without interrupting current app’s operation, and user can choose to tap on the alert to go to the notifying app, or “X” to close the notification instantly.

    Currently, a notification pop-up alert is displayed on the center of screen, which stops the current app briefly until user tap on Close button, or View to go to the notifying app.

  2. Lock Screen Enhancement on Notifications – Notifications now appear on the lock screen instead of pop-up alerts which disappear once screen is unlocked. Swiping across the notification (similar to unlock screen but on the line of notification) will take user to the notifying app directly.
  3. iMessage – A new messaging service (but not so new as it’s built right into Messages app which means Messages is now iMessage) that lets user easily send text messages, photos, videos and contact information between all iOS devices – iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Messages are sent via Wi-Fi or 3G, and can be sent to single individual or a group. All iMessages are automatically pushed and synced to all your iOS 5 devices. iMessage also features delivery and read receipts, typing indication and secure end-to-end encryption.

    WhatsApp probably has to go permanently free with iOS 5 release. Luckily iMessage only supports inter-IOS messaging. But we keep wondering why Apple even need to spend time to develop iMessage, as there are plenty of apps under Social Networking category that already provide such messaging capability, with most is cross-platform between iOS, Android, Blackberry and even Windows Phone or Symbian.

  4. Newsstand – a new way to purchase and organize your newspaper and magazine subscriptions in bookshelf style.
  5. PC Free – Means no connection to iTunes is required to activate and set up iOS device, and iOS software updates are delivered and installed over the air (OTA).

    It’s interesting to Apple calls the feature “PC Free” instead of “iTunes Free” or “Cable Free”, as currently iTunes on PC or Mac is required, and not PC is required. Goes PC Free may also start the decline of iTunes, in favor of iCloud.

  6. OTA Delta Updates – Only differences or changes are been pushed over the air to iOS device, instead of whole update package.
  7. Wi-Fi Sync – If you can leave iTunes, Wi-Fi Sync in iOS 5 transfers and backs up the content securely over SSL between iOS devices and iTunes. Any new purchased content is wirelessly synced from device to your iTunes library too.
  8. Twitter Integration – Single sign-on with Twitter and iOS 5 supports tweeting directly from Twitter-enabled apps, including Photos, Camera, Safari, YouTube and Maps. User can also sync contacts with Twitter. Third-party apps can take advantage of Twitter integration with availability of new APIs which allow access to Twitter single sign-on information.

    Unfortunately, there is no Facebook integration, yet – we hope, which proved to be much more popular than Twitter among novice Internet users.

  9. Safari Reader in Safari – Finally Apple is tackling one aspect of Safari web browser that renders it virtually usable especially on iPhone and iPod touch, that it’s extremely weak in resizing font on web pages to a readable size in single vertical scroll column. Android’s browser has been excelling in this aspect. Safari Reader is an attempt by Apple to catch up with Android, though Apple markets it nicely as a way to “gets all the clutter out of the way and sets the right font size on a web page, so you can easily scroll and read through a story”.
  10. Reading List in Safari – Unlike bookmarks, Reading List saves articles to read later and the list is automatically show up on all your iOS devices.
  11. Tabbed Browsing in Safari.
  12. Reminders app – A tasks management app that lets user create and group tasks together. Features ability to set time or location-based reminder alerts, priorities and due dates, or when you arrive or depart a given location. Tasks in Reminders can be synced and updated to iCal and Outlook.
  13. Instant launch of Camera app from lock screen by double pressing the Home button, and tap on Camera icon beside the unlock bar.
  14. Snap button to capture photo – Long overdue feature which uses the volume-up button to quickly snap a photo instead of tapping on snap button on screen.
  15. Enhancement to Camera app – Optional grid lines to help line up objects, and a tap will lock focus and exposure settings on one subject, useful when capturing creative scenes that require focus on object which is not a main subject.
  16. Enhancement to Photos app – Ability to auto enhance, crop, rotate, enhance and remove red-eye, and organize your photos into albums right on the device to share them on the go.
  17. Split Keyboard – System-wide split keyboard mainly for use on iPad by dragging keyboard with thumb at the top of iPad.
  18. Dictionary – iOS 5 will come with a built-in dictionary which can be utilized by all the App Store apps.
  19. Game Center enhancement – Features ability to add photos to your profile, purchase new games from within the Game Center app and easier ways to find friends and new games via automatic recommendations.
  20. Mail enhancements – Include another long overdue ability to compose messages using draggable address field to rearrange name, and a new formatting bar with bold, italics, underline and indention controls, aka HTML rich text formatted email messages. Also supported is ability to add or delete mail folders from within the Mail app.
  21. Calendar enhancements – Year view on iPad and week view on iPhone and iPod touch, with ability to view event attachments from within the Calendar app.
  22. New multitasking gestures for iPad, e.g. using four or five fingers, swipe up to reveal the multitasking bar, pinch to return to the Home screen, and swipe left or right to switch between apps.
  23. AirPlay Mirroring – wirelessly display iPad 2 screen to HDTV screen through Apple TV.
  24. iCloud – The strength of Apple marketing is probably to pack several features into one and keep saying it’s a breakthrough innovation, and the believers accept it without doubt. But kudo to Apple, their approach may be more elegant and easier to use. iCould is a cloud-service seamlessly integrate with your apps to automatically and wirelessly sync and keep all of your mail, contacts, calendars, photos, apps, books, music and more, up-to-date across all iOS devices without ever having to connect to a computer. It inherits all features of the failed Apple MobileMe service, put iTunes Store on the cloud, and has music store that competes with Google Music and Amazon Cloud Player.

    iCloud

    Here’s breakdown of various iCloud features and offerings:

    1. Completely free former MobileMe services – Contacts, Calendar and Mail synchronization across all iOS devices and with computers with iCal and Outlook through iTunes 10.3 or newer version. With iCloud, users can share calendars with friends and family, and the ad-free push Mail account is hosted at me.com. No surprise here as PIM synchronization is a must since very early existence of smartphone since Palm and Pocket PC era.
    2. App Store and iBookstore allows download of purchased iOS apps and books to up to 10 iDevices at no additional cost. Download is easily accessible after logging in with Apple ID as purchase history is shown with iCloud icon to start the download.
    3. iCloud Backup – A feature naturally must available as iTunes is no longer compulsory. iCloud Backiup automatically and securely backs up content on iOS devices to iCloud daily over Wi-Fi when you charge your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Backed up content includes purchased music, apps and books, Camera Roll (photos and videos), device settings and app data. The backed up data can be restored to new iOS device by just entering the Apple ID and password during setup. The function is currently performed by iTunes.
    4. iCloud Storage – Offers up to 5GB of free storage to seamlessly store all documents created using iCloud Storage APIs, including Pages, Numbers and Keynote (iWork), and push/sync to user’s all iOS devices. The space is also been used to store mail and backup. But music, apps and books purchased from Apple does not take up the available free space limit even though they’re also stored online at the cloud.

      With most iOS devices internal storage starts from 16GB to as high as 64GB, additional storage purchase will probably be yet another service that generates huge income for Apple, especially from people who takes a lot of photos and videos, or get music and movie from non-Apple source. Unlimited iTunes storage costs $24.95/year.

    5. iCloud Photo Stream – Automatically uploads the photos you take or import on any of your devices and wirelessly pushes them to all your devices and computers. Only the last 1,000 photos are stored on mobile devices, and iCloud will store each photos for 30 days for pushing to all connected devices. Photo Stream is built into the photo apps on all iOS devices, iPhoto on Macs, and saved to the Pictures folder on a PC.
    6. iTunes in the Cloud – Allows users to download previously and newly purchased iTunes music to all own iOS devices at no additional cost, manually or automatically. A new “Purchased” tab is included in iTunes for this purpose.
    7. iTunes Match – For $24.99 annually, iCloud will scan and match all music stored on local drives against iTunes’ online database of 18 million songs. If any is matched, the songs are replaced with a 256 kbps AAC DRM-free version stored on iCloud. The songs are instantly available on the iCloud without having to upload the complete local music files, and enjoy all benefits similar to music purchased from iTunes. Only unmatched songs are uploaded.

      But, do you like to be charged double to enjoy music that you’re already owned? Of course, unless you have thousands of illegally downloaded music wanted to be “converted” into legal versions, hosted on iCloud, which probably will become biggest pirated music hosting service. And unfortunate again, iTunes Match and iTunes in the Cloud is for iOS ecosystem. If you also have Android, Blackberry, Nokia Symbian, Windows Phone 7 or other mobile devices, Catch Media’s Play Anywhere, available through Best Buy Music Cloud is a similar service that even preceded iTunes Match.

    Many online storage service provider such as Dropbox, Box.net and SugarSync has already provided cloud backup and sync service with added advantage of cross-platform support, though it can’t really integrates with native apps of iOS due to closed system nature of iOS.

    Anyway, the good thing of iCloud is bring to an end the costly MobileMe, which priced at $99 yearly subscription. Instead, most of MobileMe original services are now available for free, including Find My iPhone which was made free in 2010. If you have paid up, you can full refund if your license is used less than 45 days.

A video introduction of iOS 5 from Apple:

More information with screenshots of iOS 5 is available at http://www.apple.com/ios/ios5/.

iOS 5 is available free of charge for iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 3G, iPod touch 4G, iPad 1, iPad 2 and Apple TV 2G. It will definitely come as factory-installed for new iPhone – named either as iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S. The beta version of iOS 5 and SDK are available for free download for iOS Developer Program members at developer.apple.com, with final version for end-users scheduled to be released by fall 2011.

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How to Enable iCloud Automatic Downloads in iOS

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These are instructions on how to enable iCloud Automatic Downloads for Apps, iTunes, and iBooks in iOS. You need an iTunes account to enable this new feature.

Step One
Press to launch Settings from your Springboard.

Step Two
Press to select Store from the Settings Menu.

Step Three
Press the Sign In button if you are not already Signed In.

Step Four
To enable Automatic Downloads for Apps, iTunes, or iBooks turn the respective switch to the ON position.

To enable Automatic Downloads while you are on the cellular network turn the Cellular switch to the ON position.

Now when you purchase or download a new app, song, or book the item will automatically be pushed to all your devices.

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Xplora2 update 4 – An update for the PSP file manager!

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Developer brings a new update of this magnificent shell which enables you a more clear and appropriate style for the content of your Memory Stick.

Changelog:
*added Custom Firmware 6.XX compatibility

Features:
- AUTOBOOT
- Desktop
- Image Viewer – (JPG, BMP and PNG files are supported)
- Music Player – (MP3 and OGG format supported) and so battery usage.
- Text Editor
- Arc Manager – (ZIP files are supported)
- PMF Player – (Every PMF file is supported)
- Homebrew Sorter
- Games Applications
- UMD Dumper
- Nand Dumper
- Plugins Manager
- Internet Xplora Home

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