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MEGA — AN UNLIMITED UPLOAD

October 13, 2015 Leave a comment

http://www.megaupload.com/ was one of the online storage provider 5 years earlier. It provided a lot of online free space to its consumers for uploading their stuff, including software media, games, movies etc. Due to copyright issues, US authorities blocked their website but on 19 January 2013 at 12:47 PM (Eastern time; 16:47 UTC), Megaupload was re-launched as Mega under the domain name mega.co.nz.

The new platform of Mega porvides their consumers more space, efficiency and better and userfriendly dashboard. It provides 50Gb space to free users. So why not join free to get 50Gb space????

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Just go to http://www.mega.co.nz register for free and get 50Gb space. Now you can never be out of space.

Sony announces Playstation 4 (PS4) but does not show it

February 22, 2013 1 comment

Original Post: http://www.ghacks.net/2013/02/21/sony-announces-playstation-4-ps4-but-does-not-show-it/?_m=3n%2e0038%2e801%2evh0ao03kwj%2etmg

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While Nintendo managed to get a head start by releasing the Wii U gaming system in 2012, both Sony and Microsoft are expected to release their next generation consoles this year. Rumors have been floating around for a while now but since neither company commented on those rumors, they were just that.

Sony announced the new Playstation 4 yesterday in a show that provided us with information about what we can expect the company to deliver. Before we take a look at what that is, I’d like to point out that Sony did not show the Playstation 4 console during the show or reveal a final price.  While that is certainly disappointing, Sony at least revealed information about the PS4 system architecture.

Sony moved away from the Cell cpu architecture of the Playstation 3 to the x86 architecture with an 8 core cpu. The most likely reason for that move is to drop production costs and maybe also to make it easier to bring PC games to the system (and PS4 games to PC).

What this also means, and this is without doubt a negative, is that PS3 games won’t run on Sony’s Playstation 4 on launch. That’s a big issue for current generation Playstation users who want to keep playing their large collection of games on the new system. While they could simply keep the PS3 and switch between both systems, it may not always a viable solution.

Sony’s PS4 console will have 8 Gigabytes of GDDR 5 RAM, local hard drive space (no mentioning of how many Gigabytes), and a 3D camera. Sony did not reveal many technical information about the gpu (graphics processing unit), only that it almost reaches 2 Teraflops of computational performance. Information about other hardware related features, if a disc drive is used, the connectivity features, how much power it consumes, have not been revealed during the announcement.

playstation 4 architecture screenshot

The new Dualshock 4 controller was revealed during the show. The biggest change in design is a touchpad that Sony added to the top of the controller. The controller on top of that features a share button, a  headphone input jack and a light bar that is being used by a sensor unit to determine the controller’s position in the room.

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As far as other features go that were introduced: Sony’s PS4 supports suspending and resuming of game sessions with the press of the power button. The game data is preserved in RAM, and when gamers want to continue playing the game, they can do so almost immediately according to Sony.

Another interesting feature that was announced during the show is the share option. What this makes available, basically, is an option to hand over the controller to a friend so that this friend can jump right into your game to continue playing where you left of. This can be interesting if you are stuck for instance and want your friend to help you overcome a particular scene in the game.

What’s also interesting is that you can tap right into streams of games that other users or friends are playing right now. We all know that live game streams are highly popular, and this seems to be Sony’s way of making those available natively on the console.

playstation 4 interface screenshot

By now you are probably dying to see what the console has to offer in terms of games.

MediaGet 2 Download

July 10, 2012 4 comments

MediaGet 2 software allows users to download any media files directly from internet. No need to register to any website, or no need to even go to the website. Just type the keywords in Search Box and it fetches all of the download links to download your favourite software, video, game, audio etc. Here is the link to download it:

Direct Download Link:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/90441241/MediaGet.exe

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