All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘beta’

Adobe Releases AIR And Flash Player Betas

Adobe is taking a two pronged approach to Web-based media going forward. The company has discontinued support for Flash on Android, but AIR is a more than worthy successor for the mobile Web. Flash is still going strong on desktop as it powers the future of Web-based video and gaming. To help test the future of these two platforms, Adobe …

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Facebook SDK 3.0 For iOS Now Available

Apple made waves when they announced that Facebook would be deeply integrated into iOS 6. To compliment the newfound integration, Facebook announced that they were working on a new SDK for iOS developers. It would improve upon the current SDK while allowing room for iOS 6 improvements as they are made available. After a successful beta period, the SDK is …

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DUST 54 In Closed Beta, Open Beta Starts June 29th

EVE is getting a much needed high profile boost when the PS3/PS Vita game titled “DUST 514″ comes out. The game will be directly connected to the ever expanding world of EVE and will feature missions dictated by the PC game. What happens in DUST 514 will directly connect to EVE and vice versa. The closed beta is going on …

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Guild Wars 2 Second Weekend Beta Coming June 8

Guild Wars 2 is probably the most anticipated MMO coming out this year. With that anticipation comes a lot of pressure on the ArenaNet to create the best game they possibly can. That’s why there’s no actual release date beyond sometime in 2012 (contrary to GameStop’s own predictions). To help prepare for this year’s launch, the team has started up …

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Guild Wars 2 Delayed To Next Quarter According To GameStop

Guild Wars 2 is shaping up to be a game changer in the tired MMO genre. It needs a kick in the pants and Guild Wars 2 looks to be the game to do it. Heck, I hate MMOs and I want to play Guild Wars 2, that’s how awesome it looks. Unfortunately, we may have to wait a bit …

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LittleBigPlanet Vita Has Beta Sign Ups Now!

I had the pleasure to participate in the beta for the very first LittleBigPlanet in 2008. It was my first Beta and was a great experience. Well now the boys over at Media Molecule are offering to you the same thing that was offered to me, the ability to participate in a LittleBgPlanet beta. The LittleBigPlanet games are fairly unique …

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Mozilla Details Firefox Release Channels

I’m sure many of you know about Firefox and you probably even used it at one point or another. You might even still be a huge fan of the browser, like me, and become invested in testing out new features seen in Beta, Aurora and Nightly. If none of those things made sense, you probably aren’t aware of the Firefox …

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Firefox 13 Beta Adds Some Long-Awaited Updates

We covered the recently released beta for Opera 12 last week and it was awesome. So many new upgrades and updates made it feel like an entirely new beast. Mozilla thought it time to give us a taste of Firefox 13 as well with the recently released beta adding some exciting new features for the Firefox faithful. The first big …

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Opera 12 Beta Gains A Lot, Loses A Little

Opera is one of those less talked about browsers out there. That’s not to say it’s a bad browser, it just gets ignored somehow when the subject is brought up. It really is one of the best browsers out there in terms of security, but it has been behind in a few key areas – not anymore. Opera announced the …

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Firefox Nightly Making Small Changes To Site-Identity

You know how Firefox adds that little favicon site-identifier in the address bar? Firefox is about to make some changes to that to make Web sites more secure for users. Jared Wein, a software engineer at Mozilla, announced on his personal blog some changes coming to site-identity. He points out how Firefox has always included the little lock favicon on …

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The Science Of Counter Strike: GO “Heat Maps”

The amount of pure data that developers get when they do beta tests is massive to say the least. And every developer chooses to use this data in different ways. Some change maps to funnel the action in different directions others use the data to make their games more stable. The team over at Valve is giving us a little …

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Ubuntu 12.04 Beta: Canonical’s New Linux Desktop

At first, when Unity (Gnome’s replacement in Ubuntu 11x) came to fruition, I could not stand it. I had been used to Gnome being standard in all of the latest Ubuntu releases up until that time (even though in some releases, you could toggle between the two). Now, as I am sure along with most Ubuntu users, I am pretty …

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