All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Update’

Bret Michaels Updates Fans After Canceling Show

On Thursday, May 29, Bret Michaels had to stop performing during the middle of a concert in Manchester, N.H., after suffering from a medical emergency. As previously reported by Webpronews, Michaels was three songs into the show when he had to rush off of the stage. Bret is normally always on top of his sugar levels, since being diagnosed with …

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Upcoming inFamous: Second Son Update Includes Frame Rate Cap Option

Sucker Punch came out of the gate swinging with inFamous: Second Son. The PS4 exclusive has already sold through a million copies and is easily the prettiest game on Sony’s new console. While it’s certainly an amazing game, there are a few things that bug players. With the next update, Sucker Punch is addressing some small problems as well as …

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ColdFusion 10 Updated, Complaints Arise

Adobe released Update 13 for ColdFusion 10 earlier this month as a way to add support for Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks. It also addressed a bug directly related to Mac OS X 10.9 by fixing the apache connector on the new operating system. As is the case with most software updates, people aren’t satisfied. Upon announcing the update, the …

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Minecraft Pocket Edition Gets Biggest Update Yet

With all the noise surrounding Minecraft on consoles and PC, it’s hard to forget that the game is still plugging away on mobile as well. For the millions of players who own it on their respective mobile device, big updates are rare. That’s why today’s announcement is especially exciting. Mojang announced today that Minecraft Pocket Edition has been updated to …

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Star Wars: The Old Republic Adds New PvP Zones In Dread War Update

Star Wars: The Old Republic became one of the biggest jokes of 2012 as the much hyped MMO went free-to-play in less than a year after losing thousands of subscribers. Now the game is starting to see some life again after a few successful additions, including a full-fledged expansion, brought life back into the game. Now EA is continuing that …

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Twitter’s Protected Tweets and What They Mean

So Twitter released this statement on August 29: Now if you’re confused by this, you can always check Twitter’s page on protected tweets and see what all the hubbub is, bub. If you’re someone who shrieks at the sheer sight of a sentence containing unfamiliar terminology, then you’ll rely on someone else to lay down the idea of protected tweets …

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LinkedIn Adds More ‘Personalized Insights’ to Your Homepage

LinkedIn is making a few additions to your homepage that they say will “provide you with more personalized insights on your activities and engagement” across the network. Soon, you’ll see a new “Who’s Viewed Your Updates” section on the homepage. It tracks your posts from the previous two weeks and gives you a quick glance at how well they performed …

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Did The 4.45 Firmware Update Brick Your PS3? A Fix Is Coming Next Week

A “small number” of PS3 gamers were in for a nasty surprise Tuesday night after downloading the latest 4.45 firmware update. They found that the update essentially bricked their console. Sony soon pulled it and said that an investigation was underway. Sony announced via its forums that it has completed its investigation, and there’s good news. The engineers at Sony …

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Sony Pulls Latest PS3 4.45 Firmware Update

You might have noticed your PS3 telling you to update to system software version 4.45 last night. If you downloaded it, you also might have noticed that your PS3 is nothing more than a brick now. Sony confirmed last night that its latest firmware update is bricking a “small number” of PS3 consoles. The update, which was meant to add …

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Want Extended Support For Flash Player? Update To Version 11.7

Not everybody can update to the latest and greatest versions of software all the time. That’s especially true for those in work settings when it comes to software like Flash or Java. In the case of the former, the extended support release was set to version 10.3, but users will have to upgrade soon. Adobe announced this month that all …

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You Can Now Block Contacts In Skype For Windows 8

Do you find yourself hounded by obnoxious or offensive people on Skype for Windows 8? You would normally block such unwanted guests, but Skype for Windows 8 shipped without the functionality. Thankfully, Skype has finally decided to fix that little oversight. Skype announced that its latest update, which went live on March 29, added the ability to block, report or …

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Skype Updated To Version 6.3 On Windows

Windows Live Messenger users have a little over a month before they’re assimilated into the Skype collective. Before then, the team has been busy preparing Skype for the influx of new users that will be flooding in throughout April. Skype announced that version 6.3 is now live for its Windows client. It’s a “maintenance release” which means that you won’t …

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