Weekend tech reading (9.21)

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Crysis Warhead No Intro Fix Quick and dirty, We modified the original Crysis no intro fix for Warhead which have 2 more, which are unlike Crysis not possible to skip AFAIK. Almost more annoying than forcing your paying customers DRM crap, oh well. TechSpot Blog.

Microsoft preps Live Hotmail refresh Along with the recently released "wave 3" of Windows Live utilities, Microsoft has sent an email out to their Live Hotmail subscribers outlining some of the changes they have planned to give a boost to the service. Neowin.

iPhone Developers Go From Rags to Riches The iPhone is a revolutionary handset. But it is also the key to a virtual gold mine -- the iTunes App Store, where independent developers can become multimillionaires in just a year. Wired.

Windows 7 M3 Build 6780 Pictures Post about latest Windows 7 M3 Build 6780. Not a lot to see considering it's an early preview version though. ThinkNext.

ATI goes the renaming path A sharp eye of a reader has noticed that ATI will do some renaming, at least according to its latest Catalyst 8.9 driver. Many RV610 and RV630, entry level and low-end cards will miraculously become the Radeon 42x0 and Radeon HD 45x0 and 47x0. Fudzilla.

Apple recalling iPhone 3G power adapters Apple is recalling the USB power adapters sold with the iPhone 3G in North America and Japan amid concerns they are prone to breaking. News.com.

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