Evidently tired of smooth running graphics, lightning fast processing and bags and bags of available memory, programmer Dmitry Grinberg decided to go back to computing basics. And then some. As Linux was developed on a 32-bit machine with 1MB of RAM, this has always been considered the minimum system requirements to run the open source OS. Dmitry, however, put this theory to test, building a barebones set-up with just an 8-bit RISC microcontroller at its heart. Running at a somewhat sedentary 6.5KHz, with only 16KB of SRAM and 128KB of flash storage, these are specs that make most phones look like [...]
YouTube introduced video editor which allows users to edit their video contents online without the help of any third party application.
According to YouTube this online YouTube editor helps users to:
Combine multiple videos uploaded to create a new longer video
Trim the beginning and/or ending of videos
Add soundtracks from our AudioSwap library of tens of thousands of songs
Create new videos without worrying about file formats and publish them to YouTube with one click — no upload necessary
Watch out the YouTube online editor introductory video below.
Not interested in waiting until the 23rd for Verizon’s big announcement? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered right now! The Motorola Droid X has probably been one of the worst kept smartphone secrets in recent memory, but after spending two hours with the phone we sort of see why. In short, it’s pretty awesome. Call it a superphone or a mega-smartphone, but the 4.4-inch handset is absolutely Verizon / Motorola’s answer to the HTC EVO 4G, and makes the Droid Incredible look like a bench warmer. What do we mean? We’ll let you see for yourself just after [...]
As gaming’s big week prepares to kick off tonight with a circus-themed blow-out in downtown Los Angeles, the rumors are beginning to hit a fevered pitch.
Three bits of news came to our attention this weekend. Let’s run through them from most likely to least likely:
Patrice Désilets is headed to THQ Montreal: We know Patrice Désilets, the creative director for Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed, may have left his job just as the publisher is speeding the sequelization of the very successful franchise. But now we’re hearing that Désilets has landed comfortably at [...]