After years of being behind the times when it comes to software sales, Intel has just kicked off their latest effort to get caught up … an App Store for netbooks.
If you were at (or read about) the CES event 8 months ago then you might remember that Intel showed it off then.
The new app store called “AppUp” is now open to everybody. The app store is compatible with Windows 7, Windows XP and Moblin netbooks You can get the main AppUp program at the AppUp website or the BestBuy.com website.
Specifically, it’s time for a project involving vampires. I am working on a project and I am looking for your input. I would like you to pretend for a few moments that vampires actually exist and tell me what questions you would ask a vampire if you could interview one for a national television news magazine type show.
You work as a reporter / on camera personality for a major news magazine type show like 20/20, 60 Minutes, Etc. This is your one chance to break the story with the truth about vampires as told by a vampire who has agreed to tell all in an on camera interview with you on condition that you conceal his identity by altering his voice and only showing him as a silhouette.
What questions would you ask in this “Story of the century” that will earn you the Pulitzer you’ve been after for years?
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The long awaited release of the iPhone 4 has finally happened. However it’s not living up to expectations. This is largely due to the fact that the designers at Apple must have had their heads deeply inserted in some warm dark cavity when they decided on it’s antenna design.
The antenna is located on the bottom left hand side of the phone. This means that when holding it, it has huge problems getting a signal and just how useful is a phone that you cannot hold?
[tags]iphone, iphone 4, apple, apple iphone, iphone problem, useless iphone[/tags]