Released in 2003, The e616 was one of the first generation of 3G capable phones for the Hutchinson 3 network in the UK. NEC were not a commonly known manufacturer of handsets in the UK, the market previously dominated by Nokia, Ericsson, Motorola and Siemens at the time, with Samsung and Sony (Who’s mobile division […]
One of the Beta 3 builds, closer to the final release build. Despite being a beta 3 build, the boot screen used is from Beta 2.1 Install Initial installation, looks very similar to the released product. The welcome program comes with an extra item dedicated to the beta guide which details whats been added in […]
Bromley areas (former Cable&Wireless) were running this guide up until 2002, where it was replaced by Bromley CR3 Not all customers in Bromley were running this version of software, ex-Videotron customers were stuck on CR1 software due to the poor network conditions that meant the area could not support two way communication, meaning no interactive […]
NT 5 was to be known as Windows 2000, the successor and replacement for Windows NT4. Designed to be an enterprise focused operating system with the consumer counterpart being Windows 98, and later Windows ME. Both of which use an updated Windows Explorer shell with a webpage like interface. Install The first stage of the […]
Telewest redesigned their digital TV service in 2002, which saw the TV Guide software undergo a complete rewrite and redesign of the user interface, similar to what ntl undertook with their Bromley TV service. Like ntl the TV guide was written entirely in Liberate TV middleware, and the entire interface is rendered using the Liberate […]
The now and next banner has changed little since the previous software version Another shot, this time from the Ireland version of ntl The main guide interface has had a rebrand, and the main layout has been updated Navigation for the TV guide has been made easier, a list based view is used as opposed […]
Looking at both the USB and the storage system of the Xbox, since they are both intertwined and there are differences across the major revisions of the Xbox 360 Background: Xbox Original To understand the logic of the Xbox 360 storage, you have to look at the past. The original Xbox was one of the […]
Science Explorer was a piece of software I remembered back in school which ran on RM Window Box PC’s (although it did not require it, able to run on 16 and 32 bit Windows systems). Designed as a learning tool for ages 7 to 11, it focused on a variety of different science subjects. The […]
One of the first textured 3D racing games, and mostly known of being a launch title on the first PlayStation console. However it appeared a year earlier in the arcades. The arcade version runs on much more powerful 3D hardware, runs in a higher resolution, a higher framerate (60fps vs 30fps on the PS1) thanks […]
Adi was learning assistant. I’m not sure if this would be classed as a game, it does contain a few games, but Adi is not considered a game in itself. Its kind of like Microsoft BOB, only more focused at primary and secondary school students, which had a focus on Maths and English exams. Since […]
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