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XCM PSP Slim Faceplates now available!

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353w ago - The guys at www.XCM.cc let us know this afternoon that their new XCM PSP Slim Faceplates are now available!

They come in 5 colors, including Chrome (pictured below), Crystal, Smooth Black, Orange, and Smoke.

For those interested, related Video Guides are also available as follows: How to Disassemble the PSP Slim / How to Install the XCM PSP Slim Faceplate

Each XCM PSP Slim Faceplate kit includes:

- Includes the digital pad (D-Pad) & analog stick
- Includes the control key rubber pad
- Includes all face buttons (start, select, volume, display, audio & home)
- Includes all 4 main action buttons (2 sets)
- Includes 2 pcs of new screw driver
 

Gaming's future on the network

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356w ago - The future of the games industry lies with the internet and content delivered from central servers, a panel of game luminaries has predicted.

"Everything is moving towards the network," said Neil Young, general manager of EA Los Angeles.

Phil Harrison, Sony's head of worldwide studios, said: "Public utility computing is absolutely the future of the games industry."

The panel was assembled by developer Dave Perry to discuss industry issues.

The panel included online gaming pioneer Raph Koster, Fable creator Peter Molyneux and Dungeon Siege creator Chris Taylor.

"A huge game changer for our industry is for there not to be a requirement for there to be a machine in the home," said Mr Young.

"[Instead] the game is playing as an instance on a Google server farm in Oregon, for it to be rendered, sent down the pipe and shown on a television that you paid an extra five or 10 dollars to your cable company to guarantee you had good enough bandwidth for gaming.

"That to me seems inevitable."

Mr Koster added: "The games will be playing off the same back end, and will be serving different heads of the game on different devices."

Mr Harrison pointed out there would always be an issue with delivering gaming content...
 

Technique links words to signing

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379w ago - Technology that translates spoken or written words into British Sign Language (BSL) has been developed by researchers at IBM.

The system, called SiSi (Say It Sign It) was created by a group of students in the UK.

SiSi will enable deaf people to have simultaneous sign language interpretations of meetings and presentations.
 

Call to regulate the net rejected

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381w ago - The internet should not be used as a scapegoat for society's ills, said Vint Cerf, Google's net evangelist and a founding father of the network.

Speaking on the BBC Radio 4's Today programme he rejected calls for strict control of what is put online.

He said the net was just a reflection of the society in which we live.
 
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