Konami announced today that a “Limited Edition” version of the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection (MGSH) will be available for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, releasing towards the end of this year. The Limited Edition will include a standard copy of the game and a 248 page artbook that will all be within a specialized packaging created by series lead artist, Yoji Shinkawa.read more
Samsung is doing whatever it takes to be able to sell its Galaxy Tab 10.1 in Australia. Samsung has now reportedly offered Apple an under the counter deal which is beneficial to both companies so that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 can be allowed to be sold in Australia.read more
This week Mozilla released Firefox 7, touting increases in HTML5 standards compliance as well as reduced system memory requirements. I downloaded it to try it out, and for the most part things are as advertised.
Firefox 7, or as I like to think of it, Firefox 4.3, is the 3rd release since Mozilla began it’s 6 week release schedule. I’m not really a fan of the schedule because of the strain it puts on Enterprise users, but I can see the benefits. One compromise I wish they’d have thought of is a hybrid, releasing .x increments every 6 weeks, and larger full number releases on a longer time table. It would allow businesses to take the slower upgrade path, while still getting updates into the hands of power users quickly. Also it would keep the numbers from getting overly large.read more
AT&T has started tossing out warnings for users that fall into that 5% area of top data users on their network. AT&T announced this change back in July and is now starting to actually enforce it.read more
For those of you Trekkie’s who have been looking at your blu-ray player and wondering why you even bought it, wonder no more. Star Trek: The Next Generation will be released on Blu-Ray starting in 2012. All 178 episodes will be released in the coming year, although not all at once.read more