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Comment YES for the love of all that is Fandom (Score 1) 607

Yes please, there is so little on theses days that i miss the content that SCI-FI used to have (thats right i intentionally spelled it that way) before the dumbing down of the programs. Just like when G4 bought TechTV. Seems that theses days everything is pointed at the lowest common denominator. I would gladly py a couple extra dollars a month if it meat having some thing decent to watch again. Sigh......


WoW On an iPad Via Gaikai 121

Gametap writes "If cloud gaming works for enough genres, it can't help but find popularity. Even just a game like WoW might be enough to make it happen, and Gaikai's Dave Perry posted a picture of doing just that on an iPad. So is it the future or not? Could somebody make a tablet with nothing more than a screen, battery, network port, and video decoder, and have it be a good gaming platform? Will it change the mobile, PC, console, and TV world as we know it? Lots of questions, lots of skepticism, lots of players and money being invested — but one thing is for sure: it will be very interesting to see how this evolves."

Comment 196.21 had issues as well (Score 1) 155

I had to revert back to 195.62 driver because the 196.21 was causing my system to randomly lock up, even more so when i was playing games such as Star Trek Online. Boy am I Glad I didn't see the newer one. I will tell you this however, these last to driver revs from Nvidia are sure starting to make look more closely at ATI again.

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