News: Reads from WWW
Monday, 22 Dec 2014
On December 9, The Pirate Bay's Nacka station data center was raided by police and shut down. Since then, despite various clones of the site and efforts by the torrent sharing community, thepiratebay.se has remained offline and inaccessible, until today.
While Samsung has yet to officially give a proper mock-up, the Internet has been most gracious and released what would seem to be the frames of the GALAXY S6.
Whether you are in the master class like James Bond, or on the other side of the spectrum like Maxwell Smart, the Boeing Black could be the phone for you.
Despite all that has been going on lately, Sony intends to distribute The Interview, and is currently evaluating its options.
Friday, 19 Dec 2014
A firmware update that brings the X-T1 on par with the X-T1 Graphite Silver edition has been released, along with updates for the X-E1, X-E2, and X-Pro1 cameras. The full list of updates, after the jump!
THX has announced a certification program for HDMI cables version 2.0 (and up) to ensure they will be compatible with future ultra-high resolution content.
BMW will demonstrate its new self-parking technology, called Remote Parking Valet Assistant, at CES 2015. It also said that this technology might hit the market in the next few years.
The 2015 International CES will be happening from January 6 to 9 in Las Vegas, and LG Electronics is set to showcase new TVs that run the latest WebOS 2.0 smart TV platform. The company is also working with Amazon and Netflix to bring 4K content to its TV offerings.
OnLive CloudLift, NVIDIA GRID and PlayStation Now. Guess what Microsoft's Arcadia have in common with these services?
Thursday, 18 Dec 2014
Twitter plans to put their hands together with Foursquare to provide better location data on its platform. If successful, Twitter It may offer the same geo-based features that Foursquare offers on its app.