You read it right! The classic games Carmen Sandiego and The Oregon Trail will be soon launched on Facebook. The Oregon Trail in February the 2nd and Where in The World is Carmen Sandiego? in February the 11th.
Watch out iPad! Google is coming, and it’s coming fast!
Samsung Galaxy Tab, that’s the name of the newest Android 2.2 tab powered device. It has a 7″ multi-touch WSVGA (1024×600) display, 1.06Ghz processor, 3.0MP camera with LED flash, GPS, Full HD Video Player, Video recorder (720×480) and Flash Player Support.
The producer Activision unveiled today (Friday 30th) the first trailer of the new game in the series “Call of Duty”. “Black Ops” to be released on November 9th to the United States will take the player on missions that passes between the end of World War II and the Cold War.
Developed by Treyarch studio, the new game will attempt to continue the success of the franchise after “Modern Warfare 2″, released last year and broke all sales records.
The title of the first-person shooter genre has been in production since the late 2008 and is the first game of the series that will be part of a new plan Activision’s strategy to use the “Call of Duty” in other media digital.
According to Nintendo’s Tuesday announcement, the 3DS will boast 3D gaming capability without requiring users to wear “any special glasses” to play titles.
The company said that the 3DS will “succeed [the] ‘Nintendo DS series.'” Perhaps most importantly, the 3DS will boast backward compatibility, allowing users to play games originally built for the Nintendo DS or DSi.
Nintendo was stingy with details. It didn’t indicate how the 3D functionality would work with the 3DS. It also failed to mention how much the console would cost or what games would ship with it. Nintendo plans to offer full details on the 3DS at the E3 show in June. The company declined to comment further.
On January 17 laptops by Dell, Sony and Toshiba, and a TV adapter by NETGEAR – featuring Intel Wireless Display – will be available at Best Buy in the United States and Canada as part of its Blue Label 2.0 program.
The first generation only supports a 720p output (your desktop resolution can be whatever, the software automatically compresses and scales the output). The next generation of the technology will support 1080p and eventually will have HDCP support as well.