Posted on 24 March 2011
Today, in this busy world we find less time to involve ourselves in some sort of Physical activities for time out. But, for efficient performance in our daily routine works it is important to be involved in some activities that are apart and can give a time out to an individual. One of the best activities in this regard is playing games either on PS3 or Computer System. This is basically a guide that can help you to save some cash on spending for PS3 games and secondly a guide to resolve such problems that you might encounter in this regard. This particular tutorial focuses on guiding you “How you can Unlock Your PlayStation and Download PS3 games online”. Follow all the steps that are mentioned and make PS3 games as your time out.
Unlocking and Downloading Process:
As many of you are aware that the PS3 uses Blu-ray discs, many people has the perception that such discs could not be copied, but actually it is possible. We need special converter software, which commute your downloaded PS3 games into a format that could be easily burned to any regular DVD.
The primary requirement is that you must have an account open, from where you can get the games online. If you do not have any, I’ll prefer you to join The Best Media Online site to get approach to their gargantuan database of PS3 games.
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Posted on 05 April 2010
Bored with twitter and Reddit? Good news is that Digg has finally made it to your iPhone, allowing you to share your links with other contacts.
The greatly anticipated app was released last week, allowing Digg members to submit and vote on links to content. This app was long due as its biggest rival Reddit had released its iPhone app more than a year back.
The Digg app, which is currently free, is meant to allow users to read content and comments from the site. The app utilizes an integrated Safari mobile browser, allowing the users to view the content.
Posted on 13 January 2010
In order to fight off the increasing threats of hackers and computer viruses on the social network, Facebook has announced that it will be offering free computer security software for six months to all of the network’s 350 million members.
To do this, Facebook has signed a deal with the famous anti-virus maker McAfee Inc. of Santa Clara to supply the security software.
The Software will be available for free for the first six months, after which it will be available with a special discount subscription. The later subscription amount has not been defined as yet, though Facebook has claimed that it would not receive any profit from the subscriptions.
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