Do you remember when Sony said the PlayStation 3 would be a computer, rather than just a game console? For a while they let anyone install Linux on the PlayStation 3. And then Sony used a firmware update to renege on that promise. If you can show you bought an original “Fat” PS3 between November 1, 2006, and April 1, 2010 from an “authorized retailer” in the US, you can claim $65 for each original PS3 you bought.
But you must move quickly. Submit your claim before the dealine April 15, 2018. Here’s the Claim Form you will need.
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by Hal Landen This is a promotional video from Reveal Media, a company which manufactures police body cameras. Other manufacturers include Panasonic and Wolfcom. It’s Time for Police Body Cameras Body cameras also known as body worn video are typically used by law enforcement to record interactions with the public and to collect evidence at […]Read More
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Trend Micro, the software security company, warns there are two “critical vulnerabilities” in QuickTime for Windows and advises users to uninstall this program immediately. The Homeland Security Department also posted a warning https://www.us-cert.gov/ncas/alerts/TA16-105A based on Trend Micro’s findings and also recommends that PC users remove QuickTime from their systems. Apple stopped supporting QuickTime for Windows, […]Read More