Play Skyrim on a calculator (sort of)!

For developers and programmers testing the limits of low-end technology, the ultimate test used to be trying to squeeze a working port of the first person shooter game Doom onto the device. YouTube user no9sniper goes several steps more…

Siri can now LEGALLY be loaded onto an iPhone 4

Siri, the voice recognition star at the heart of the iPhone 4S, can now be legally loaded onto an iPhone 4. Though we've seen many hackers bring Apple's voice-servant to the iPhone 4 since the phone's launch on October 4th,…

Chrome on Mac gets a step closer

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Google’s Chrome browser doesn’t have a massive marketshare, but those who use it love it very dearly thanks to its great UI and blazing speed. At the moment it’s Windows-only, however recent videos posted by Google indicate that a Mac client is making good progress.

Chromium is the open source project that’s behind the Chrome browser. The latest iteration of the source code for OS X is making good progress, as you can see in the video below:

Unlike the last video of the software in action, now you can actually click on the screen, load websites, and follow links. Crazy, eh? Who on earth would want to do that? It’s still crashing a lot, but at least Google’s getting closer to a working OS X port.

(via Ars Technica)

Anti-Port gamers, be warned! Paper Mario possibly ported to Nintendo DS in July!

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This is exciting! Someone over at NeoGAF has claimed that Paper Mario is going to be either ported or remade for the DS in July.

It’s not entirely unbelievable either, with the N64 original selling superbly well on the Wii since it got added to the Virtual Console shelves (since release, it’s been in the US top 20 most popular downloads list), and even the remake, Super Paper Mario, for the Wii proving popular, especially in Japan.

The platform RPG-style game might…

Sony Ericsson concept mobile with full-sized USB port, for easy transfer of pr0n films

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I’m a bit late to the game with this (that’s what you get for neglecting Bloglines), but the idea behind this concept Sony Ericsson mobile is just too good not to show you.

As you can see, it features a full-sized USB port, meaning you don’t have to mess about with pesky propriety cables. Imagine the possibilities a full-sized USB slot could offer owners of the mobile – why, if it…