Panasonic Jungle: New handheld to compete against PSP and DS

Panasonic Jungle: New handheld to compete against PSP and DS

Panasonic has announced its portable platform: the Jungle, signaling the return of Panasonic to the gaming market since the much loved and much despised 3DO. Looking like a cross between a Nintendo DS and a netbook, the Jungle will have a full QWERTY keyboard and twin touch pads for control with.Not willing to take on the DS or PSP battle just yet, Panasonic is promoting the Jungle as a machine for MMO players with their first title being a Battlestar Galactica MMO.
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Flash AS3 Scratch Off Class

Flash AS3 Scratch Off Class

Here is a really sharp ActionScript 3 class that creates a quick way to make a fun promotional or interactive scratch off effect.Much like the rub off effect used on lottery tickets and sweepstakes, with this class you can add in your image and then have your website visitors interact with the page to reveal the hidden message, image, video, link, or promotion that is underneath.
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Simple HTML DOM baked CakePHP component

Simple HTML DOM baked CakePHP component

While we loved using the Simple HTML DOM PHP class provided here, we wanted to use it on our CakePHP sites as well. Instead of feeling sorry for ourselves, we decided to port the Simple HTML DOM parser (which uses a delightful jQuery-like DOM element filter) into CakePHP!On top of that, we even added in the ability to use the PHP cURL library instead of the default file_get_contents() calls. Take a look at the ease of use in our Simple HTML DOM baked CakePHP component.
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The four kinds of hackers in video games

The four kinds of hackers in video games

Hackers are usually considered a bad thing. Or a strange fear left over from 90s hysteria. Hackers are bad, but let's not start a witch hunt every time we play video games online!Either way, there are tons of gamers out there that think every great player in an online multiplayer gaming session is a hacker. Well, we beg to differ.
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