Filed under: Uncategorized
I stopped working on this blog a long time ago due to the fact that traffic sort of lulled, but returned to find not 100, not 1000, but 1457 hits, with the biggest day being last month, long after the latest post.
It was a bit of a pleasant surprise.
I’m working on pewpewmatic as of today, which explains why I was on my wordpress account checking site stats out of curiosity.
I have 4 Jooce beta keys to give away, email me at mcfa0066 [at] gmail.com to get one, if more than 4 people send in requests, I’ll randomize the winners from the entries. You can find out more about Jooce at Jooce.com.
The 100th visitor came through today, and no, I’m not dead, I’ve been waiting for some beta codes by email, which I will give away here, to write my next post about, but they are not here as of yet.
Filed under: Technology | Tags: deepfish, deepfish browser, live labs, microsoft, microsoft live labs, mobile web browser, wake3, web browser, windows mobile, Windows Mobile 5, windows mobile 6, wm, wm5, wm6
So it would seem… It appears that Deepfish, Microsoft Live Labs answer to the iPhone’s full featured browser, is no longer available for download and no longer accepting beta registrations. Given the buggy nature of the latest releases, it bodes poorly, but who know, maybe they’re getting ready for a full release, it’s just not the likeliest of scenarios. Let’s hope Wake3 comes along to save us WM users.
Filed under: Technology | Tags: 3g, arm 11, Moto Q, moto q10, motorola, Motorola Q, motorola q10, MPx, n95, new phones, news, nvidia, Q, q10, qwerty, smartphone, touch screen, windows mobile, windows mobile 6, wm6
Apparently so. The Boy Genius Report states that it got some info on the Motorola ’08 lineup from an inside source, the key point for Q fans is as follows: “There will be a 3G QWERTY entry-level smartphone that runs Windows Mobile 6, it might possibly be called the Q10, and it will have a touch screen. The first for a Motorola Windows Mobile device, not counting the ill-fated MPx.”
Also: “One of Motorola’s more high-end phones will feature an NVIDIA chip processor for smooth 3D gaming and video playback. This processor will be superior to the Nokia N95’s ARM 11 processor. This device is said to be their flagship ‘08 model”. That looks intriguing to say the least.
Filed under: Video Games | Tags: gameboy, gameboy pocket, Games, gb, gbp, n64, NES, nintendo, nintendo entertainment system, retired, snes, support, Videogames
It’s official, support for the NES console is being terminated by Nintendo, effective October 31st. According to this post, the SNES, n64, Gameboy, and Gameboy Pocket are also having their support discontinued in the near future. Learn to clean your NES like I did in college, it’s the only way to make sure this cowboy doesn’t ride off into the sunset.
/Salute to the NES.
Filed under: Technology | Tags: Motorola Q, Moto Q, Q, iphone, blackberry, black berry, smartphone
Via Google Trends.
The orange is iPhone, the yellow is BlackBerry, the green is Smartphone, and the blue is Motorola Q.
The top graph represents total Search Volume on Google.com, the bottom one represents the amount of news content that refrenced those terms.
It’s pretty clear that articles about the iPhone would be the way to go to draw traffic, but I steadfastly refuse to add to the evergrowing flood of iPhone news/content. I think my next piece will be about Ubuntu, but not sure, just thought I’d post this so you can get some grasp of the massive search traffic iPhone gets. Heck, I’ll even tag this post with iPhone to prove my point.