Google Sky – Now View Sky with Google Earth

Google Has released its New Service Called GOOGLE SKY .

View Nice Description on sky here http://earth.google.com/sky/index.html

With new Google Earth You can

  • ¬†Zoom in to distant galaxies and nebulae
  • View constellations and the movements of the planets
  • Learn about the lifecycle of a star and different kinds of galaxies
  • Create and share your own imagery, placemarks and more

Google Sky uses thousands of high-resolution images taken by the Hubble Space Telescope that allow users to float and zoom in on more than 100 million stars and 200 million galaxies.
Users can download the latest version of google earth from http://earth.google.com

80 GB PS3 coming soon

ACCORDING TO THE Sony Computer Entertainment Korea website, Korean gamers should expect an 80GB Playstation 3 in their territory next month.

After news reached the press of this specification, a Sony spokesperson confirmed to GamesIndustry.biz this morning that an 80GB PlayStation 3 is to go on sale in Korea – but said there are currently no plans to launch the model in Europe.

The 80GB model will bear a pre-tax price tag of KRW 518,000 (232) and will hit the shops on June 16.

The 60GB model in the UK has a suggested retail price of around 425 – that’s 193 more for 20GB less and the loss of hardware based backwards compatibility.

The INQ tests its PS3 titles and software on a Japanese PS3 which cost half of the UK price, and comes with the full support of a substantial Playstation library.

There is no word on when or indeed whether the 80GB PS3 will go on sale in other regions. The Xbox 360 still leads the disk-space war with the Elite’s 120GBHDD, doubling the available memory of a European retail Playstation 3.

While the 80GB PS3 is a slight improvement on the original officially-released 60GB hard-drive, the price differential between 60GB and 80GB is negligible. This could simply be a re-sourcing exercise by Sony which has resulted in a benefit to potential Korean Playstation 3 owners.

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