After having three departure dates, Atari, Rombax Games and Bigben Interactive announced through Facebook that Test Drive Ferrari: Racing Legends will be racing to most European countries from next July 6 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
Bethesda has announced that its new action game, Dishonored will last 12 to 14 hours. According to Bethesda, Dishonored is single-player action game only, but the style of play counts a lot. Direct players will probably get through the game in 12 or 14 hours, whereas explorers who eavesdrop a lot will take twice as long.
As we await the arrival of the Armored Kill expansion for Battlefield 3, which is expected to be available this week at a price of € 14.99, and the details of “Battlefield Premium”, which is also expected to be available this week at a cost of € 49.99. Electronic Arts announced tonight that Kill Armored expansion will be available during the month of September.
Dell today announced a completely refreshed portfolio of its Latitude and OptiPlex business laptops and desktops, featuring durable, consumer-inspired design that appeals to today’s professionals coupled with state-of-the-art manageability and data protection. The new Dell business computing solutions integrate seamlessly into today’s evolving business technology ecosystems which require secure, anytime and anywhere data access and outstanding productivity to meet the demands of an increasingly mobile workforce.
Microsoft is working on a new technology that can transform any flat surface into a touchscreen. It combines a mini projector combined with a Kinect-type camera to capture a user’s interaction with a virtual screen. This adds several science fiction movies finally coming true. Meet OmniTouch and PocketTouch, technologies that use projection and sound harmonics to create touchscreens out of any surface in the world.
According to statistics from StatCounter web site, Windows 7 has passed Windows XP global usage for the first time since its release in October 2009. The figures have a margin of almost 2 percent in favor of Windows 7. Microsoft updated its Windows 7 sales figures — saying that it has shipped over 450 million licences of Windows 7, significantly outpacing Windows XP’s growth over the same period of its life.