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iOS 4.3 Delayed From 2010 to 2011

According to a recent post by Cult of Mac, Apple’s iOS 4.3 software update has been delayed until 2011.

Last week, we heard that Apple’s next software update would be available in December. Furthermore, it had been noted by MacStories that iOS 4.3 would bring “app subscriptions” in time for the launch of the Daily – a tablet only newspaper, created by Apple and News Corp.

However, Cult of Mac’s sources have noted that “the actual rollout [of iOS 4.3] has been delayed until early 2011.” And, when you consider that iOS 4.2.1 was only released last week, a 2011 release for iOS 4.3 makes a lot of sense.

Obviously, this is just a rumor about a rumor. As of this moment, nobody knows for certain exactly when iOS 4.3 is scheduled to be released. And, even if we did, Apple could easily postpone the software update’s release. After all, it has been done before.

Let us know your thoughts on iOS 4.3 in the comments below.

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Apple Update – iOS 4.2

The free iOS 4.2 Software Update brings all-new features to your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Just connect your device to your computer to download the update.
It’s free. It’s easy. And it lets you do even more with the world’s most
advanced mobile operating system.
This recent iOS update includes many new features.
Just to list a few:
Multitasking on iPad

Something new for the iPad

Folders on iPad
Also new for the iPad, the iPhone and iPod Touch's have had this feature for
 quite some time now. It will be great to see it on the iPad now.


AirPrint makes it simple to print email, photos, web pages, and documents right
from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
AirPlay lets you stream digital media wirelessly from your iPhone, iPad, and
 iPod touch to your Apple TV and AirPlay-enabled speakers.
Find My iDevice
This brand new app helps you locate your missing device and protect its data.
 Once you set it up, you can find your lost device on a map,
display a message on its screen, remotely set a passcode lock,
 and initiate a remote wipe to delete your data. And if you eventually find your
iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you can restore everything from your last backup.
Messaging with text tones - (iPhone Only)

Know who’s texting without looking at your screen. Choose from 17 new alerts
and assign custom tones for people in your contact list.
TV show rentals
Rent TV shows commercial free in HD for just 99¢ an episode and start watching
them in minutes.
For more information check out iOS 4.2 on

COD-Black Ops

So Call of Duty Black Ops is set to release on the ninth of November. Lots of people are anticipating this game.  I’ve been in a lot of forums and everybody is really excited about all the cool new weapons.  Also the prestige edition for all you hardcore gamers comes with a lot off  cool stuff but on top of a medallion, a xbox live avatar outfit and four multiplayer co-op maps there will be a remote controlled ‘spy car’ that has a camera equipped that sends colour video and audio to the operator.  And the pervs will run wild.  But the prestige edition is a lot of money and is probably not worth it.  And the Hardened edition has everything except the spy car bundled. That’s all for now,

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R.I.P. Microsoft Arc Mouse

Why I re-boxed the Microsoft Arc Mouse

Last week I went out and purchased the Microsoft Arc Mouse.

I used the wireless USB mouse until a few days ago when I couldn’t put up with the what seems to be broken scroll wheel. When I scroll upwards quicker then one line at a time, it will bring me up two lines then down one, up three, down two, etc. It seems to scroll up differently every time I want to scroll.

Other then this problem which could just be a hardware defect in this single mouse, I like the Arc mouse. It folds great, the adapter is a good size, no connection issues, etc.

I have decided to return the Microsoft mouse back to the store it came from. When I first thought about returning it, I thought I would just get a new one. Today, I decided to just get my $34* back and maybe put it towards some other new gadget.

At least I got the feel for the Arc mouse and know that it is an option for me or anyone else looking for a compact wireless USB mouse.

On Friday Aug. 13th – 9pm* we said R.I.P. as I re-boxed the MS Arc Mouse live on camera at


Sharing Information

The most annoying thing I dislike the most is when you enter a technical chat to ask a question and they reply “Google is a wonderful tool!”. To me it’s rude and anti-productive.

I promote sharing information and helping as many as I can and many appreciate the help. To me, it’s nice to be able to find tech help in chat rooms and/or newsgroups. For example, I know a handful of people that share bot scripting information they created and post the information to their favorite websites or newsgroups.

Feel free to share what you have learned. In turn they may take that information and add to or even improve it which will not only help you but others as well. Instead of telling people to go to Google, find the source of information that may help and give them a link.

This said, there is a down side . . . you may get people that become dependent on your help and may return often.

Happy Sharing 🙂

Logitech G-series Gaming Peripherals

Today (August 5th 2010) Logitech unveiled three new G-Series gaming peripherals — the Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930, the Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 and the Logitech Gaming Keyboard G510. The newest gaming peripherals from the award-winning Logitech G-Series family are crafted for maximum performance, freeing you from technical limitations, allowing you to immerse yourself in your favourite games.
“The new G-Series products give every gamer a competitive advantage,” said Elliott Chin, Logitech’s senior manager of product marketing for gaming. “Whether it’s a headset with 7.1 surround sound, a mouse with 13 controls, or a keyboard with an LCD that displays critical in-game stats, everything about the new G-Series line-up helps you win, no matter what game you love to play.”

Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 — Level Up Without Being Tied Down
The Wireless Gaming Headset G930 immerses you in 7.1 Dolby® surround sound, creating a detailed positional sound field that lets you hear your opponents before they see you. With gaming-grade wireless technology designed specifically for two-way, uncompressed audio streaming you can focus on your game without being distracted by typical wireless lag or interference annoyances.

The G930 gaming headset comes fully equipped, with three programmable G-keys that put you in total command over music, voice morphing, and chat clients. A memory-foam-lined headband fends off fatigue, while plush ear pads ease pressure points and seal out unwanted noise. The noise-cancelling microphone keeps your voice loud and clear for coordinating with your team. In addition, if you’re dedicated enough to drain the internal 10-hour battery in a single marathon session, the included charging base lets you easily recharge while you continue to use the headset.

Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 — Powerful Control
Optimised for MMO while still offering the precision needed for FPS, the Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 keeps you comfortable, in control and deep in your game. Its 13 precisely placed controls can be programmed to perform single actions or complex macros with a single click, but are out of the way when you don’t need them. The full-speed wireless connection (1000 reports per second) gives you gaming performance without lags coupled with the freedom of wireless.

The G700 mouse is designed with natural curves to better fit your hand — so you can keep playing comfortably for as long as you want. The quick-connect charging cable provides both power, even when the mouse is still in use, and data-over-cable capabilities for LAN-friendly connectivity.

Logitech Gaming Keyboard G510 — The Tools and Intel You Need to Win
The Gaming Keyboard G510 delivers the tools you need to win. The keyboard features 18 programmable G-keys with three mode states, giving you up to 54 possible macro settings per game. You can pre-define macros for your favourite games, or you can create new ones on the fly for easy customisation.

The Logitech-exclusive GamePanel LCD gives you real-time game stats and PC performance data. Customisable backlighting makes it easy to keep keyboard controls in plain sight — day or night. It also includes 3.5 mm audio jacks, so you can plug in an analogue headset for clear digital communication over USB.


The new G-Series products are available now at and will be rolling out soon with major retailers.
The Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 is available for a retail price of £149.99 ($234.90).   The Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700 is available for a retail price of £89.99 ($140.93).    The Logitech Gaming Keyboard G510 is available for a retail price of £89.99 ($140.93).

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