What else can be done to a modded Wii? This Blog will discuss, present, and explore the post-mod Wii.
USB Flash Drives, also known as Jump or Thumb Drives, USB pen drive, or a USB stick. We have all seen a number of very inexpensive USB Flash Drives for sale on eBay, online dealers and auction sites, and sometimes in a brick-and-mortar discount electronics/technology store. These USB Flash Drives are usually sold in sizes ranging from 8GB to 128GB.
Sometimes, one might just take a chance; it arrives and you gingerly
While, legal to do so under current US Copyright laws, Apple has escalated its efforts to prevent iDevice owners from jailbreaking their devices. Apple has a patent application, filed in 2009, but just published last week entitled "Systems and Methods for Identifying Unauthorized Users of an Electronic Device." The patent application is for a number of security measures that would automatically protect the device from "unauthorized users".
The patent application
Updated 08-22-2010 at 11:39 AM by Gen3SF
Are there any out there who refuse to leave town, go on vacation, or visit friends and family because of Wii-related separation anxiety? Or need to keep the kids entertained in the back seat while you search for the exit for that remote camping spot? Maybe too many fighting over the one available television in the house? The Intec Wii Portable Screen System allows you to make your beloved Wii a mobile gaming system that can be played in the car and at your vacation destination. The Portable Wii
Continuing with our Blog theme about additional possibilities after your Wii has been successfully modded, we now will talk a little bit about enhancing and expanding your gaming possibilities by installing ScummVM.
The letters in Scumm or SCUMM represent Script Creation Utility for Maniac Mansion; the VM stands for Virtual Machine. As you might guess, this is a utility that was used to create the LucasArts adventure game Maniac Mansion. SCUMM was created in 1987 for the game Maniac
After many hundreds of hours in front of your modded Wii, suddenly you stop in mid-swing and stare with new eyes at your skillfully-modded Wii. Something seems off. Hmmm, mods all working, your power levels are sky high…hmmm, what could it be? Aha, the plain off-the-shelf mono-colored Wii no longer suits your persona of gaming magnificence. You are in the mood for a case mod. How fortunate for you that there are a number of options to indulge that new desire to have the Wii's appearance reflect
Updated 04-13-2010 at 08:04 PM by Gen3SF