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Articles and Reviews from Voodish

Welcome to our Articles section, we try and update this section at least twice weekly, so check back regularly for the most up to date info. Our sections include Future of Computing, Internet Tools, Tea Break and Web Development.

Aug 17 2017

Wii doubles Nintendo’s profit

Recent sales figures released show that the Wii console boosted Nintendo’s profit by nearly 200% from the previous year - Sales rose 84.7 per cent from a year ago to 1.316 trillion yen ($US12.35 billion) from $US7.12 billion.

Aug 17 2017

Support request 10 years too late

A US customer claims it took Microsoft an amazing 10 years to follow-up on a call he made in 1998. Supposedly, it was a clerical error where the receptionist had keyed a “08″ instead of a “98″ for the year that the call was to be returned.

Aug 16 2017

Government backed exams for Smart phones

Mobiles are becoming so complicated to use that the Japanese government has plans to help users by having structured examinations on how to use them!

Aug 16 2017

Banned UK video game

Rockstar Games have been ordered to have their banned Video game, Manhunt 2 (banned in June 2007 in the UK), to be re-evaluated by an appeals committee.

Aug 15 2017

Only 5% of Music downloads are legal

That’s right it’s been reported that around 95% of music downloads are illegal - An increase in legitimate music sales over the past year did not come close to offsetting the billions of dollars being lost to music piracy, with illegal downloads outnumbering the legal ones sold on-line by a factor of 20 to 1.

Aug 15 2017

Japanese not satisfied with normal HD

Research engineer’s at NHK’s Science and Technical Research Laboratory in Japan have plans to produce a Super High Definition Video format that will have 16 times the resolution of current HD at a whopping 7680×4320 pixels!

Aug 14 2017

Signal from Everest, Olympic torch shines bright

China Mobile, China’s largest mobile phone service provider have successfully transmitted from Mount Everest, making it possible for climbers to make calls from the summit.