So we finally have a real video on the new Minecraft 1.8 adventure update as they call it! These pictures are from a event in Las Vegas Minecraft convention!
So we already know alot about this update and that the major things is going to be this new 'adventure update'. Will come with a new Creative mode. Different animations! And so much more. Below you could see one of the new animations when you are using your bow & wanna fire some animals or mobsters!
The new minecraft should also come with a new lightning engine which could be why the pictures in this article may look a little different compared to other Minecraft screenshots.
Below you could see one new mobster called Enderman that we could see in the new Minecraft 1.8 update! A scary mobster that will come kill you if you just look at him...
Build in flying also seems like one of the new updates in the game. Not something I know if I like makes the game feel a little to powerful maybe... But maybe just for the new creative mode.
Also one thing I noticed is that it seems like tha game will lag less when you blow something up! In the video you will see when the guyis taking alot of dynamite and blow it up with almost no lag.
What you maybe also will be able to see on the picture below is the new biomes that could create nice worlds and rivers.
Not only will we have all those new thins but also NPC villages that the computer build for us! And also find abandoned Mineshafts a must have in a Minecraft game! Plus new particles in the water. Sick!
If you would like to check out the video yourself I'm gonna leave all the links & sources below.
necraft 1.8 HD Adventure Update Gameplay From PAX 2011
rkus Persson (Notch) Interview
tch Answers Minecraft 1.8 Questions - Community Questions for Markus (Notch) Persson
The AT&T version of the popular Samsung phone is finally here! Samsung Mobile had there event where they announced the first Galaxy S2 phone for the states the attain AT&T variant with a 4.3" screen, 8MP camera, TouchWiz, 1080p video capture, super AMOLED plus display, Samsung Exynos 1.2GHz processor that seems to be a little better than Tegra 2 one that some european variants are getting! Also it seems like the AT&T variant will be thinner than T-Mobile & Sprint with 8,89mm size. This is my next got some hands on pictures below:
If we compare this S2 variant versus the sprint & T-Mobile versions it seems like they are gonna come with a bigger screen 4.5" just as the Samsung hercules phone that is rumored to come in October! Maybe with a 1.4GHz processor to compete with iPhone 5 that probably will be here by then?
The early hands-on video from this is my next:
laxy S II AT&T, Sprint Galaxy S II Epic Touch 4G hands-on
Tim Cook’s promotion to CEO comes at an helpful time for Apple.
Apple has just released iTunes Match beta to developers in the U.S.
iTunes Match is a new service that Apple had unveiled along with iOS 5 and iCloud at the WWDC 2011 Keynote address in June. It allows users to store their entire music collection (up to 25,000 songs), including songs that they've ripped from CDs or purchased from anywhere else in iCloud.
Here's how it works!
iTunes determines which songs in your collection are available in the iTunes Store. Any music with a match is automatically added to your iCloud library for you to listen to anytime, on any device. Since there are more than 18 million songs in the iTunes Store, most of your music is probably already in iCloud. All you have to upload is what iTunes can’t match. Which is much faster than starting from scratch. And all the music iTunes matches plays back at 256-Kbps iTunes Plus quality — even if your original copy was of lower quality.
iTunes Match costs $24.99 per year and Apple has mentioned that beta subscribers will get an additional three months to cover the beta period with their 12 month paid subscraption. Apple has also advised beta users to take a local backup of their iTunes library as well as any song one adds to iCloud as Apple may periodically reset user's iCloud library during the beta period.
You can checkout the screenshot of the email that Apple has sent to developers below:
It’s time for the regular serving of next-gen apple iphone rumors. The following series can be a great one, buddies. Supposed new iPhone parts tend to be seeping almost everywhere. Every single site making claims to own the real thing. It’s difficult to state which parts will be straight from Foxconn’s product lines, however, when they’re considered an entire, these components colour a unique photograph that Apple company is getting ready to drastically alter strategy and fully disrupt the mobile market.
Apple is reportedly going to announce the next apple iphone (iPhone 4S / 5?) either in September / October. Right now there are two competing rumors circulating that states Apple is focusing on a low-cost iPhone, probably the iPhone4S codenamed N94, and a higher-end iPhone 5 named internally as being the N97. Nokia problem?
Just during the last week, a of claimed iPhone parts hit the internet. Nearly all are of comparable layout to the existing iPhone 4 using a area for an actual Home button and similar all round scale. Macpost and Engadget each published exactly the same pair of “leaked” pictures today displaying what most believe will be the low-cost iPhone 4S. The various components tend to be described as N95 while using EVT1 (Engineering Verification Testing) date of ’03-March-2011'.
A number of other leaks including these types of very early repair components coming from ubreakifix any offer the report that no less than one forthcoming iPhone model will be very much like the present iPhone 4. Reuters furthered this specific claim a while back when it announced Apple has decided to release an 8GB iPhone 4. Eventhis chassis said for being for the iPhone 4S is incredibly to the one used in the actual iPhone 4 aside from a tiny little adjustment towards the antenna also, the lack of space for that home button.
Thus far, as well as discuss of a Cloud iPhone, appears to suggest that Apple is targeting the low-end of the industry with the next iPhone (4S). But that simply doesn’t feel correct. Apple has until now stuck to some fairly restricted 2 year refresh routine, which unfortunately suggested a serious re-designed iPhone was due last June. In which by no means took place.
Then this early morning, industry watchdog DigiTimes, stating upstream panel suppliers and as opposed to previous rumors, documented the iPhone 5 will have an LCD smaller than 4-inches and have a metallic back panel instead of strengthened glass utilized in the iPhone 4 and leaked out iPhone 4S components. This particular source says that the interior components, such as single-core A4 chip, are more likely to remain in this iPhone model. It’s not necessarily unheard of which Apple would out common products aimed toward various niches and divided just through aesthetic variations. It is however without having precedent of which Apple releases 2 iPhone versions simultaneously. The iPhone 4S and an iPhone 5, if they're both real, kills Apple’s famous Keep It Simplistic, Silly concept. Tim Cook, Jonathan Ive or the person who will take takes place and basically announces the upcoming iPhone, or in other words, iPhones (4S, 5...). All of these leaks tend to be hammering at an stupid rate, mind. Apple company might in the near future be experiencing the iPhone 4 fail almost all over again.(Hint: Gizmodo)