Fixing my broken Zune

Last night my screen lock on the Zune suddenly stopped working. I couldn’t put my Zune in locked my. As it was late last night, I didn’t care to look much on it, and I also didn’t have time to check it out before I went to work. So I goggeled the problem at work and tried to find some easy way to fix it. That was hard than I thought. It didn’t look like this was a common problem. Which is kinda a good thing. “Anywho”, I read somewhere that one person had found out that his lock screen button was pushed too far down, so I thought maybe that was my problem too. It was not. And when I got home I found out that the lock button was very loose, and after one attempt to remove it with I knife, I found out that a little piece under neath it, was broken off. Hence the problem with getting the locking mechanism to work when I slided it back and forth. Luckily, all I had to do, was to turn the button 180 degrees and put it back. And know it works like before! Hurray!

New kind of split screen

Was doing my daily news round on some of my sites, and found this article about a new kind of split screen. You have to wear some type of 3D glasses and that will make you able to just see your own “side” of the split screen on the whole screen. If this is easy to implant in new games and wont be to expensive it could mean a lot for the gaming community. As you remove the problem of watching you opponents screen and you could develop new types of multi-player action on the same screen. For people who don’t wear the glasses the picture will be a bit blurry and maybe hard to see the different players. Watch the movie and see for yourself! As I couldn’t link the video, you have to visit this link.