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July 22, 2004 By Crazy Hermit Games

Super BlackJack

Super BlackJack is a blackjack training tool designed to prepare you for real casino play. You'll learn basic strategy, the secrets...

October 24, 2002 By Clyburn Systems


From the developer: "This version of Blackjack is Flash-based, so it doesn't take up valuable resources on your pda (total file size...

July 16, 2012 by

ING Direct tackles rogue user permissions

IT security projects, like access control, are often seen as costs, not a benefit to a business, but one bank has been able to play the compliance and audit card to ensure its project makes the books.

September 10, 2007 By Elliot Lee


BlackJack game plug-in allows you to play BlackJack with the computerized dealer. The dealer stands on 17. Cards are random. Aces count...

December 15, 2008 by

Consumer Reports picks the Samsung Blackjack II as the top smartphone

I enjoy checking out Consumer Reports ratings on products and in their January 2009 issue that was recently posted online they rank smartphones, cellphones, and US wireless carriers. I have to say I was quite surprised by their highest rank choice, not because it isn't a fantastic device, but because I didn't think anyone else besides my friends and a few others though the same thing. The highest ranked smartphone by Consumer Reports is currently the Samsung Blackjack II. While at the Mobius event last week, the BJ II was one of the most popular devices being used by attendees and after using it for several weeks myself I have to say it really is a solid choice.

September 3, 2008 by

Windows Mobile 6.1 update for Blackjack II now available

I took a look at the Blackjack II running WM 6.1 back in July and now everyone can finally update their device to the latest Windows Mobile operating system. Simply visit the Samsung Blackjack II (SGH-i617) update site and follow the instructions to update. Windows Mobile 6.1 is a great improvement on these non-touch screen devices and I recommend every Blackjack II owner update their device.

July 7, 2008 by

Review: Samsung Blackjack II running Windows Mobile 6.1

I've had the opportunity to check out Windows Mobile 6.1 on a couple of Professional (aka touch screen) devices (the HTC Advantage X7510 and HTC Touch Diamond), but after seeing the Microsoft announcement at CTIA it seemed like the Standard (non-touch screen) devices had the biggest changes in the user interface. I was recently sent a Samsung Blackjack II (SGH-i617) running Windows Mobile 6.1 to evaluate for a bit and have to say the device is very impressive and it is great to see a manufacturer still making non-touch screen devices. I know the device has been out for a while, but I thought readers may be interested in this model with the 6.1 upgrade installed on it. According to the latest rumor mill, those of you who own a Blackjack II should be able to get the Windows Mobile 6.1 upgrade sometime in July.

November 10, 2009 by

3D gaming comes to the Zune HD, video of all 6 new games

This past weekend I mentioned the Zune HD firmware 4.3 update that added predictive text and a better browsing experience. As part of that update, Microsoft announced that support for 3D games and apps was added as well and it didn't take long for them to deliver as we now have six new games in the Zune Marketplace. You will find Project Gotham Racing: Ferrari Edition, Audiosurf Tilt, and Vans Sk8: Pool Service for 3D gaming and Checkers, Lucky Lanes Bowling, and Piano for more standard gaming


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