SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileAh January. A time to relax after the craziness of the holidays. Not so for the technology world things start to heat up at this time of year as the annual techno circus known as the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off in Las Vegas this weekend.This year’s show will be an interesting one, with the hot topics expected to be online content, car electronics, the coming of Google to the cellphone business and that pesky, ongoing battle between HD DVD and Blu ray.
Your teen is well aware that you been staying out of something and they want to know why. Is there family history with something that you don want to repeat? TELL THEM. Do not leave them without the information that (for example) alcohol might be more addictive to their body than it is for their friends..
Prime 2 is like the Twilight Princess of the Prime series, being darker both figuratively and literally, having terrible pacing issues, and having a “dark world” gimmick that gets overdone quickly to the point where it becomes a slog to complete until almost the very end of the game. Just like TP it is still an awesome, arguably even epic game, but it has not aged well an is definitely not for everyone (but just like TP, those that love it truly LOVE it). It is often cited for its difficulty, being both praised and infamous for being the hardest Prime game..
And of course there were a smattering of 2 Ticats jerseys in the stands. I don understand buying a jersey for a guy who hasn taken a snap yet in the CFL. It like when Chad Owens was in town moved a lot of jerseys, produced not much on the field, and was gone to Toronto before you knew it.
(Hat tip: DSL reports)So what will this mean if you bought a Draft N router? Will you need to upgrade? Unlikely, according to the Wi Fi Alliance, an industry group that tests how different technologies operate with each other and has certified 653 products as Draft N interoperable.While some routers may need to upgrade their firmware, it sounds like the final version of Wireless N will be a lot like the draft versions.It’s not clear why the IEEE which has been working on this standard since 2004 has taken so long to produce a final set of standards. Is it some weird conservation of time law, as in “The faster the technology, the slower the process?”Whatever the reason, don’t hold your breath that Wireless N willl be replaced anytime soon. At least not by a certified product.