But Hu Zintao, the Chinese President, took it upon himself to warn journalists about the consequences of breaching Chinese laws in thickly veiled terms. He told them that they should not "engage in activities which are incompatible with unity or community and public interests." The media fears that the Chinese government might renege on its promise of a free internet for the duration of the games. But our tenacious, ingenious journalist friends from world over are expected to freely employ anti-censorship tools to circumvent any hindrances.
An increasing number of sports simulation products are becoming available allowing sportsmen world over to not only practice on them but come face to face with their flaws in real-time. Marksman Training Systems has given professional shooters the first ever shotgun and rifle shooting simulator, the ST-2 shooting simulator.
In fact, Russian and Slovak Olympic shooters have entrusted their Olympic medal dreams to this new simulator, which isn’t commercially available as yet. Although the company hasn’t disclosed the price, all you virtual marksmen don’t give up your wonderful Counter Strike careers because it won’t be as cheap as a copy of CS.
The simulator comes packed with elaborate diagnostic tools that will help you iron out your flaws. The affluent enthusiasts can buy the simulator, if they like, as it is designed for all skill levels from beginner till professional.
Earlier this week Microsoft reaffirmed its decision to kill off XP at the end of the month, but vowed to support the OS through 2014. Apparently that support doesn't include the 2008 Olympics, giving Microsoft the Gold in 'Most Ways to Shove a Bloated OS Down Consumers' Throats.' Through a partnership with Wavexpress and its TVTonic client, Vista Ultimate and Home Premium users can download "up-to-HD" coverage at no charge.
Not a Vista user but still interested in watching the Olympics on your PC? Find out how after the jump.