Time for a World-Class change!!

Written by James Sorrell

It is time forrepparttar "equal opportunity for all" that technology makes possible!! We should have voice recognition so good by now thatrepparttar 133495 keyboard would have been eliminated completely! Somebody is keepingrepparttar 133496 general public chained to a Model-T! The super-rich should be compelled to share, not just their surplus $$$ to eliminate poverty [365 ofrepparttar 133497 world's richest people have as much $$$ as 2.6 BILLION ofrepparttar 133498 poorest...that's 43 more than 1st class onrepparttar 133499 TITANIC!], but allrepparttar 133500 best toys so that there is equal opportunity for ALL!! Want to join a benevolent Revolution?? [The USA's Dec. of Indep. & Constitution

Mobile gaming - everything to play for

Written by Christopher Smith

Chances are that you or someone you know is affected byrepparttar mobile gaming virus. There is a lot of it about and developments in technology are helping it to spread like wildfire. Even if you do not consider yourself a gamer you could one day be exposed to its effects. All it takes is a Java-enabled mobile phone and there are already over 150 million of them inrepparttar 133494 US alone.

What we are really talking about of course isrepparttar 133495 growth in popularity of mobile gaming; in other words, playing games on your mobile phone. Mobile gaming is set to become big business in 2004 asrepparttar 133496 number of BREW (Binary Runtime Environment for Wireless) and Java-enabled mobile phones in circulation continues to grow. In addition, manufacturers are continually adding colored screens and advanced features to their latest models, making mobile gaming a rich and vibrant experience for users.

The games themselves are readily available from a wide range of sources and can be easily downloaded from numerous web sites, with prices starting at $2.99 or less. There is something for everyone with games ranging from favorites such as PacMan, chess and checkers to motor racing, jet-skiing and even erotic games.

Many people consider online gaming to be a predominantly male activity and a young male activity at that. Last fall, at a conference on mobile gaming, Mark Stanger from game developers Eidos suggested that 92% of PlayStation 2 players are men. Whilst it is probably true that online and console gamers are mainly male (how many women do you know that own a Sony PlayStation 2) analysis suggests that mobile phone gaming could be encouraging a growing percentage of women to play games.

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