When you are an icon like Bill Gates, you can be sure that many people would look up to you, as well as some might want to poke some good old fashioned fun in your direction through a satire or parody. Trey Parker and Matt Stone have recently conjured two of the more memorable episodes of South Park to date, where they actually shared a story in where Cartman, Stan, Kyle and Kenny saw their friendship being put to the extreme test due to the Xbox One-Playstation 4 console wars. At least this is one cartoon that keeps up with the times in terms of being updated. Not only that, there were special appearances by Microsoft chairman Bill Gates and CEO Steve Ballmer in the second episode.
In the third and final installment of South Park’s Xbox One-PS4 trilogy, it deals with both next generation game consoles, and it remains to be see just which particular console would come up tops. Bill Gates too, will make another appearance, in addition to more Game of Thrones references thrown around. Needless to say, an unpredictable ending is a good one, so the final outcome is something worth looking forward to since it has been touted to be different from what some folks would have thought it to be.
The Samsung Galaxy Win Pro might sound familiar to some of us out there, and for a very good reason, too. After all, we did talk about the Samsung Galaxy Win in the past, so it makes perfect sense for Samsung, a company that more or less caters to a wide range of customers with different needs and budgets, to roll out a better version of the Galaxy Win. It has not been officially announced at least until now, where the Galaxy Win Pro appeared on Samsung’s China web portal already. What kind of hardware specifications can we expect from the Samsung Galaxy Win Pro?
Well, the Win Pro would share some of its predecessor’s previous pedigree, where you will find a 4.5″ qHD display, a quad-core 1.2GHz processor, a 5-megapixel camera, and optional dual SIM support. Dual SIM support seems to be the big thing these days especially in China and some of the other developing countries, as it allows one to carry two different numbers on a single device in a convenient manner. You will get a longer lasting battery (just) with a 2,100mAh capacity, and it will be powered by Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice. Any takers?