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[email protected] Gets Auto-Shutdown, Background Tunes

To co-incide with the release of PS3 firmware v2.10, Sony have announced an updated [email protected] client, which you'll "soon" be able to download. The update brings two major changes: firstly, you can set a timer for the program, after which the PS3 can shut itself down. The other change is the addition of a background music feature, which draws its tracks from any you've got store on your HDD.

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Blackmoses3116d ago (Edited 3116d ago )

You got to give it to them....

always trying to find ways to improve things. No matter how useless the improvement may seem....LOL!!!! I guess this is good for those Hardcore Folders. LOL!!!! laughing at the thought of actual hardcore folders!!!

akaFullMetal3116d ago

i know some hardcore folders, and i think they will love this, ahahhha, i might be doing more folding now because of this

sonarus3116d ago

I will definetly be doing more folding now because of this. I like to listen to music till i sleep but dnt like to leave ps3 on all night i also like to fold but dnt want to fold all night either. This basically solves everything for me. Always wanted ps3 to have some sort of sleep timer and they have funny its in [email protected] and not jst a console feature on its own but can't complain

darkSnipar3116d ago

except for my parents are paying for the electricity bill but they are becoming supsicious that the extra power consumption is coming from the ps3, so the autoshutdown feature can come in handy

SSCOOLCHEA3116d ago

but till this day i still dont understand what the hell that is . I know it has to do with research and thats why i sign up. It should explain what the atoms or the proteins is doing . that will be very helpful.

DrWan3116d ago

The reason they are folding...its because they do not fully understand what these proteins do where how they bind exactly kinetically, dynamically, and pharmacologically..once they have that square out they can use it to make prediction of new biological models for disease and even create better synthetic drugs to act as "protein mimickers" to help fight cancer, alheizmers, ect.

SSCOOLCHEA3116d ago (Edited 3116d ago )

i was just saying it should tell you why that protein or atom is turning green or yellow. but anyways anything to help the world get rid of disease is always good. one more thing why do you have join groups ?

riksweeney3116d ago

I believe you join a group so that you collaborate on folding proteins and you don't waste time folding sequences(?) that have already been done.

Real Gambler3116d ago

No, each individuals get differents protein. Joining a group brings a few things.

1- You feel you're part of a small community.
2- If you fold a lot, it's easier to get into the top 50, 20 or 10 members of your group instead of trying to get to the top of the hundred of thousands folders.
3- Groups have forums, so if you have any questions about folding, they will gladly help you.
4- Quite often, some groups will organize "foldathons"­. Basically, everybody in the group is trying to fold on a certain day. You may win points that will give you icons and other freebies.
5- Somehow, I also think it's good because there's a competition between groups, so members may end up folding more because they don't other groups to do better than them.

All you have to do, is find a group you like, and enter the group number in the folding options.

Hint: group 54376 is 48 worldwide, and doing pretty good... : )

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