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Skype has released a new version of Skype for OS X, and the latest versions adds in support for the new OS X Lion and also brings a range of new features to Skype for the Mac.

Skype 5.3 for OS X now has support for HD video calls, using the Mac’s built in HD web camera, or any compatible HD web camera.

The latest version of Skype for Mac offers sharper video calls than ever before. If you have an HD webcam, your friends and colleagues will see you in High Definition. If they have the latest version and an HD webcam, you’ll see them in HD too.

You can find out more information over at Skype.

Category: Techno News | Views: 762 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2011-08-10 | Comments (0)

Back in June HTC announced that it would be creating a new Android SDK for developers to make custom applications which make use of HTC’s Sense user interface, HTC Sense 3.0.

HTC has now released the OpenSense SDK, which is designed to help developers create custom applications that will work with HTC’s customized version of Android that comes with HTC Sense on their devices.

HTC Senation

Developers now have access to a number of different tools which will allow them to create applications using the OpenSense platform, you can find out more information over at HTC.

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Category: Future Mobile | Views: 657 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2011-08-09 | Comments (0)

According to the guys over at the BGR, RIM’s first QNX smartphone will be the BlackBerry Colt and it is expected to launch in quarter one of 2012, and the device is apparently undergoing internal testing at the moment, with a single core processor.

It could be possible that the BlackBerry Colt will launch with a dual core processor when it hits the stores next year, as RIM is also working on dual core QNX smartphones.

There really aren’t many other details on the device at the moment, as soon as we get some more information we will let you guys know.

Source BGR

Category: Future Mobile | Views: 703 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2011-08-09 | Comments (0)

We’re not too proud and only marginally ashamed to admit we’re among the few predominantly PC gamers who have not played Warren Spector’s take on conspiracy theories and the cyborgs who investigate them. It’s on the list though and this so-called "New Vision” mod  just kicked it up a few notches, as judging from the screenshots we perused on Steam before hovering our cursor over the Buy button and chickening out at the last minute, Deus Ex hasn’t aged gracefully.

 We’re not sure why the mod took four years to complete, but "with around 75% of the world textures remastered at high definition,” it seems fairly comprehensive. We can only hope some good Samaritan will be around to do the same for Human Revolution ten years from now, despite the fact the HR looks a lot better now than Deus Ex did back in its heyday.

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Category: Gaming News | Views: 714 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2011-08-09 | Comments (0)

It’s hard not to like, or at least respect a plucky indie outfit who managed to make a dinky tech demo into a mega-selling franchise before even reaching a development stage where QA wouldn’t even bother to turn up their noses on other games. It’s pretty hard not to like one of the few purveyors of quality hardcore RPGs left in the business either.

Which meant when Bethesda started threatening Minecraft creator Mojang with legal action over their new game "Scrolls”, it was extremely difficult to know which way our knees should jerk. It’s all in the early stages, but here’s what Mojang founder Notch had to say on the issue:

"I agree that the word ‘Scrolls’ is part of that trademark, but as a gamer, I have never ever considered that series of (very good) role playing games to be about scrolls in any way, nor was that ever the fo ... Read more »

Category: Gaming News | Views: 717 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2011-08-09 | Comments (0)