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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 43 2009

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 43 2009

Weeks are flying by and it's time for another week in review. Monday we learned that a new hack was available from the iPhone Dev Team that adds MMS to first generation iPhones and tethering to 3.1.2 OS for the later iPhone models. We also found out that Microsoft is set to issue a new update for the Xbox 360 that will break unauthorized storage devices. That means that some gamers will be unable to access the saved game data after applying the new update.

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New Xbox Experience finally released for Xbox 360

New Xbox Experience finally released for Xbox 360

The New Xbox Experience has been officially released to all Xbox 360 owners, although it may take some time before your own console can access the update.  According to Major Nelson it may take anything up to a few hours before Xbox 360 consoles are offered the new software, as the switch on process is seemingly staggered rather than simultaneous. 

 

Microsoft New Xbox Experience: SlashGear Hands-On Preview

Microsoft New Xbox Experience: SlashGear Hands-On Preview

SlashGear reader Tony Reilly offered to preview the upcoming New Xbox Experience update for us, Microsoft's update to the Xbox 360 GUI which will launch on November 19th.

The New Xbox Experience (NXE), unleashed on the public on November 19th, is the mother of all dashboard updates. Those of you out there that might have been a little upset with Microsoft for not updating their beloved Xbox 360 this Spring will be more than happy at the results the Xbox team have produced for the Fall Update.

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Xbox Marketplace gets a big upgrade

Xbox Marketplace gets a big upgrade

Xbox Magazine is reporting the December 2nd dashboard update for the Xbox 360 will include a new feature that will allow you to download original Xbox games. The report claims the first round of downloadable content will feature some impressive titles, including the original Halo.

SlashGear’s October Review

SlashGear’s October Review

As October draws to a close and we edge towards the eight week countdown to Christmas, it's time for another SlashGear Month in Review.  And let's face it, if you haven't got a few additions to your letter to Santa from the past 30 days or so, what the golden trouser inflation have you been doing?

Fish High-Rise

Fish High-Rise

If you ask me (and let's pretend you did), fish have a pretty crappy life.  Do they get to drive the new BMW X5 SUV?  Hell no.  Do they get to buy the new T-Mobile Dash and set up push-email so they can keep in touch with their friends and the office?  Hell no.  Do they get to pre-order the Sony PS3?  Hell no.  All they get to do is swim around and eat freeze-dried food which smells nasty.  Unlucky buggers.

SlashGear’s Week in Review

SlashGear’s Week in Review

With a gasp and a splutter the weekend comes to a close and it's back to work and school, kiddies.  But where would we have been without some of the lovely stories to have graced these interwebs over the past seven days...

Cellphones graced our headlines with the BlackBerry 8800 breaking cover and the exclusive video demonstration of Synaptics' incredible Onyx prototype, as well as carrier news such as T-Mobile's MyFaves calling plan.  News on the T-Mobile Dash (aka HTC Excalibur) also trickled out, leaving moist brows and anxious palms all round, with the Verizon Communicator 9900 being the not-especially-photogenic subject of many rounds of spyshots.

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