It now appears RIM is focusing all its BlackBerry 10 efforts on a device codenamed London. However, there's no telling when that device might launch. At an earnings call in December, RIM said that it had pushed back BlackBerry 10 to late next year, and asked investors for "your patience and confidence." The company told CNET in a follow-up e-mail in December that "the broad engineering impact of this decision and certain other factors significantly influenced the anticipated timing for the BlackBerry 10 devices.".
RIM did not immediately respond to CNET's request for comment on the Crackberry leak, If the leaked images are authentic, then BlackBerry iphone case mous 10 will have smarter icons and widgets similar to Windows Phone 7's Live Tiles, BlackBerry 10 has been missing in action for months, but some images have now leaked on the Web purporting to show the operating system in action, The blog Crackberry last night posted BlackBerry 10 images it claims to have obtained from a 14-page PDF file prepared by "one of RIM's external ad agency partners." RIM's current generation of BlackBerry devices are included in the images and are all running its upcoming operating system, casting some doubt on their authenticity..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Enter ThinkGeek's latest retro-gaming accessorry, the iCade 8-Bitty. It's a handheld analog controller that closely resembles the old Nintendo NES controller--minus the cord. The 8-Bitty works wirelessly (via Bluetooth, I'm guessing, though ThinkGeek doesn't specify). And it works with nearly all Android and iOS phones and tablets, though Android support is just a promise at this point: "Because the 8-Bitty uses a completely open interface system, any app developer can easily add game support--even to Android devices." Translation: no Android games support the device--yet.
As you can see in the photo, the 8-Bitty has a four-way D-pad, four red game buttons, two shoulder buttons, and Start/Select buttons, The whole thing is wrapped in wood paneling to complete the retro look, The 8-Bitty iphone case mous will run you $24.95 when it goes on sale "later this year." The question is, will you want one?, I ask because I found the original iCade rather disappointing, Not because the hardware wasn't cool--it was--but because the games I wanted to play didn't support it, Asteroids, yes, But Frogger, Galaga, Donkey Kong, and countless other arcade classics, no..
Admittedly, there's a fairly substantial list of iCade-compatible games, and the arrival of the 8-Bitty might lead to more. But there aren't many mainstream titles on that list--no Madden Football, Dead Space, Need for Speed, or other games that would benefit greatly from an analog controller. That's a shame, because a lot of the retro arcade stuff just isn't that fun anymore. Of course, that's just my inner curmudgeon talking. If the 8-Bitty worked with the games I want to play, I'd be all over it--especially for $25, which seems like a reasonable price for an accessory like this. What do you think?.
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