Share Your Favorites on Facebook
|Posted by Barrett on 29 Nov 2010 00:06 GMT.
|A Facebook "Like" button has been added to each file page. Go ahead and "like" your favorite files in order to share them with your Facebook friends.
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XKCD - 1996
|Posted by Barrett on 18 Jul 2010 21:56 GMT.
|Today's XKCD comic gives us a friendly reminder of why we should all love our favorite graphing calculator company. Or maybe not.
It should be noted that there are several inaccuracies in the comic. Points to anyone who finds them.
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Bluetooth Communication on the TI-84+
|Posted by allynfolksjr on 11 Apr 2009 19:22 GMT.
|Brandon Wilson has recently been working on bluetooth implementation on the TI-84+/SE series, and today released a video showing two calculators seeing each other via bluetooth. The adaptor driver is called Blue8x.
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Is that a chameleon calculator? No, just a TI-83+ running on TI-73 hardware.
|Posted by allynfolksjr on 1 Dec 2008 17:17 GMT.
|Brandon Wilson released today a utility called Chameleon which allows a user to run a TI-83+ Operating System on a TI-73. This effectively turns the TI-73 into a 83+. They essentially have the same hardware, and using tools one can easily modify the 83+ OS to work on the 73.
The process is not particularly easy, but the instructions are straightforward and quite clear. Just a note that unless you also own a TI-83+, this probably isn't legal to do.
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TI-84+ as a flash drive: install programs with drag and drop.
|Posted by allynfolksjr on 13 Jul 2008 01:56 GMT.
|BrandonW claims to have created a replacement for TI-Connect, and has provided a screenshot showing his TI-84+ connected to his computer. This is nothing new, until you realize that it shows up as a flash drive. Everything is handled on-calculator, with no PC component besides reading the emulated USB drive. The key is a program ran on your 84+ that does the emulation for you. What does this mean? You can send files by simply dragging and dropping without going through TI-Connect. In fact, this could spell the end of the reign of terror TI-Connect has brought upon us for so many years.
He plans to release a beta within 24 hours.
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Ultima V: Warriors of Destiny released!
|Posted by tifreak8x on 1 Jun 2008 18:22 GMT.
|Ranman, hosted at TI-Freakware has officially released Ultima V after 4 long years of development. Ultima V is a massive non-linear RPG with an expected 400 hours of game play. This game was first introduced back in 1987 for the Apple II, and later the next year for the PC and commodore 64. Now it has graced our TI-89's and TI-89 ti's. You can find the game here.
Expect versions for the 92+ and Voyage 200 in the near future.
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Third-Party 84+ OS Receiver over USB
|Posted by allynfolksjr on 11 May 2008 19:27 GMT.
|Panic situation: You just bought a TI-84+, and really want to check out that awesome third-party PongOS for your calculator. There's only one problem, the little issue of requiring a graphlink (I/O) cable that are becoming increasingly rare to find.
The solution? Brandon Wilson has just released his most recent breakthrough, and it's called UnivOS. UnivOS is an OS receiver that uses the USB cable that came with your calculator, and allows the transmission of an unsigned third-party operating system.
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