Flash powers almost all the video on the web nowadays, so it’s obviously good enough. But is there a better way? YouTube, and now Vimeo, who’re both giddily jumping into bed with HTML, sure seem to think so.
Corsair’s Dominator GTX 2333MHz is the fastest RAM you can buy that’s Intel XMP-certified, at 2333MHz with latencies of 9-11-9-27. Each 2GB module is individually tested, in case you’re wondering why else it’s $200 a stick.
We tell ya — Ben Heck’s apprentices are the best. One techknott has just finished up his latest creation, a WVI (wireless visual interface) for Sony’s PlayStation 3 console. The purpose? To transmit signals to and from the PS3 by way of this handy handheld. A 1.2GHz wireless transmitter is used to get the controller commands to the PS3, and the same is used in reverse to get the video signals from the console to the homegrown device. The device itself utilizes a 5-inch LCD, 4,500mAh Li-ion battery (complete with a LED capacity meter), an AV input, headphone jack, USB port and a button for every last DualShock command. Hop on past the break for a video, and head to the source if you’re interested in making an offer for it. Yeah, we said it — dude’s going to be selling this!
Sprint has begun pushing out its webOS 1.3.5 update to Palm Pre customers, which comes with a pretty extensive changelog. But the biggest tweaks might be the removal of the app storage limit, better performance, and improved battery life.
Other changes include:
- App Catalog significantly improves the application download experience
- Simultaneous downloads of multiple apps now possible
- The ability to manually pause, resume, and cancel downloads
- A user can performance a full erase by pressing and holding Sym + the Orange/Option key + power for 10 seconds
- A user can now edit forwarded text for all email account types
- After taking the 1.3.5 update, users can download future updates for a 2G (1xRTT, GPRS, EDGE) data connection by opening Updates and tapping Download Now
See the full list of changes here.
While it’s unfortunately not a permanent price drop, or even a sale that’s available to everyone, that is the price that at least some students and educators can now snag the entry-level MacBook for. It’s not clear how long that price will last though, as the regular educational pricing for the laptop is now apparently $899.