Google pulls support for the old Android browser – could this force people to upgrade?
Kinect to officially support PC and Mac soon?
Microsoft's Kinect Xbox 360 motion controller has got off to a blistering start, with sales rapidly outdoing Sony's Move and legions of new gamers being drawn to the console. In a somewhat unexpected turn of events, it's also attracting a…
Red Alert 3 suggests customers fix incorrect CD key issue by "guessing"
Aww, bless you EA. This is very sweet. There’s been an issue where “a small number” of copies of Red Alert 3 have been shipped without a full CD key to allow installation of the game. The copies in question have a 19-digit key, rather than a 20-digit one, due to a misprint. So what’s EA’s solution? Guess it:
“There is currently a work around that may allow you to bypass this issue. Since you have the first 19 characters of the code already, you can basically try “guessing” the last character. To do this, simply enter your existing code, and then for the last character, try the letters A-Z, and then the numbers 0-9. You should eventually get the right combination, and be able to play the game.”
If picking letters randomly doesn’t work, then EA provides a phone number to be supplied with a new CD key. Wonderful!
EA Support Page (via Kotaku)
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LG staying with HD DVD to the VERY END – sticking with Blu-ray and HD DVD combo drives
LG has said it’s going to carry on making HD DVD players, using such words as “convenience” and “consumer” to justify its decision to stick with the recently deceased format.
If we were to be cynical about it, though – and there’s little we enjoy more! – we’d say that’s because poor LG has a factory full of the things somewhere in Korea it’s desperately trying to shift before they become worth bugger all.
But that’s not what LG said. It would…
Dell introduce Presto consumer support service in UK
Dell believe they're coming to the rescue of their PC users by introducing a new customer support service called Presto. Launching today in the UK, France, and Germany, Presto offers a 'comprehensive, convenient and easy-to-use support service' covering issues such…