Xamarin, the cross-platform development platform Microsoft recently acquired, is holding its annual developer conference today. No developer conference would be complete without a large number of announcements and Xamarin — almost as if to show that the Microsoft acquisition hasn’t stalled its momentum — is launching updates to almost all of the core features of its platform today.
IPS patch analysis tool IPS Peek has been updated to version 0.5.0.
IPS, short for International Patching System, is a binary patch format commonly used for game patches.
IPS Peek is a free IPS patch analysis tool. It allows you to easily examine the data inside IPS patches. Read more
Snapchat, the popular photo messaging application, may start serving up advertisements in the near future as the company is reportedly holding talks with advertisers and news providers. Read more
IPS is a binary patch format commonly used for game patches. With IPS Peek, the contents of IPS patches can be viewed easily.
elementary OS developers are not fond of making development releases, but the community has been very eager to try the new operating system, especially if we take into consideration the fact that the previous version, Luna, registered a huge success.
Ethan Zuckerman, the head of the Centre for Civic Media at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has written an essay entitled ‘the internet’s original’ sin, in which he apologies for what he created as an employee at.
Microsoft is aiming to deliver a “technology preview” of its Windows “Threshold” operating system by late September or early October, according to multiple sources of mine who asked not to be named.
When Microsoft announced Windows 8.1, the update brought many enhancements to the platform, including the ability to boot to desktop. While this is a nice feature for those who need it, it’s not something that is typically marketed by the company.
Why? Well, for one thing, the boot-to-desktop feature should have been part of Windows 8 from the beginning and shows that Microsoft has backtracked away from forcing the modern environment on its users.
SBWin (formerly SMD BIN WIN) is a SEGA Genesis ROM converter for Microsoft Windows. It supports SMD (Super Magic Drive), BIN (Binary), and MD/MGD (Multi Game Doctor) files. It also supports compression of converted files. Read more
Battle your way to the top of the scoreboard in this fast paced competative first person shooter. Read more