Monthly Archives: juni 2005

Nintendo DS hits 1 million mark!

“Since the Nintendo DS launched in Europe on the 11th March 2005, it has achieved record-breaking sales – with 500,000 units sold in its first three weeks alone. From this point, Nintendo DS purchases have ‘skyrocketed’ to shatter the one million mark in under three months.”

To me, this is not surprising. Nintendo really knows their stuff when it comes to handhelds! 😀

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SUSE LINUX 9.3 Released to Mirrors

“Some nine weeks after the official release of SUSE LINUX 9.3, an installable DVD image of the product has been released to SUSE’s download mirrors. SUSE is one of the leading Linux distributions on the market; its latest release is compiled from over 1,000 popular software packages and provides an early look at some emerging technologies, such as Xen virtualisation and Beagle desktop search.”

I’ve been running SUSE 9.3 since it came out, and I must say, it’s awesome and I can highly recommend it if you wanna get rid of Windows, SUSE 9.3 is absolutely an excellent choice among the many Linux distributions out there.

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NVIDIA’s GeForce 7800 GTX To Use 50% Less Power

“NVIDIA’s new 7800 GTX is not only faster than its predecessor the 6800 Ultra, but it requires 50% percent less power from your power supply…”

This is great, I think I might actually get this one, when it comes down in price, 600 dollars would kill my pockets! 😛

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Sony PSP 1.50 firmware No-Swap exploit to be released?

“Almost a week after Killer-X and the PSP-Dev team released the revolutionary Swaploit v0.1, they seem to be at it again. Their website states that on the 22nd of June (tomorrow), at 12:00 GMT, they will be releasing a new version of this awesome program. Is this is the end of memory stick swapping?”

As people say, it’s not a matter IF, but WHEN something digital, with ANY sort of copy protection, gets cracked! 😉

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Summer holiday here I come! :D

Finally, exams are done! Grades OK, I’m off to seven whole weeks of summer holidays, or in other words hacking 24/7 for seven weeks! 😀