Remember when movies and TV shows used to come in physical formats? No? Well, before everything was available to stream, we had these discs called Blu-rays , and before that they were DVDs. Sure, they're a step backwards compared to the convenience of streaming we have now, but as 4K becomes the standard of high-definition, your internet bandwidth may not have the chops to keep up.
A new feature film reboot of the film "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" has been tipped with Fox entering development this week. Remember that less-than-successful film from 2003 based on the Alan Moore / Kevin O'Neill comic books that began publication in 1999? The one with Sean Connery as Allan Quatermain.
You'll have to wait until the DVD/Blu-ray release to see Loki in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Scenes were filmed, we've found out this week, but in the end, they had to be cut. According to director Joss Whedon, "we did shoot something, but it didn't play." Sometimes you just have too many characters in a movie, apparently. Too many plots and too many pieces of action.
With a home theater, you can find yourself swimming in what seems like dozens of remotes. They are a pain to keep up with, especially when you know you can control everything with a single remote, but those universal remotes can cost a small fortune. The Pronto Smart Remote can control all your equipment without breaking the bank.
Sony's first TV show for the PlayStation Network is finally here. The supernatural cop showPowerswill be free for PlayStation Plus members, but everyone can check out thefirst episodeand it's embedded after the break. This weekThe Breakfast Clubis back on Blu-ray for its 30th Anniversary Edition, and HBO wraps up its excellent series looking into the life of creepy killer billionaire Robert Durst.
Sony'sPlayStation-based streaming live TV servicewon't go live nationwide until sometime later in 2015. If you live in Chicago, Philadelphia or New York City, however, the service lights up "in the next two weeks." That's according to Sony Computer Entertainment head Andrew House -- he's the top PlayStation exec at Sony.
This sounds like something out of a movie, but it is real. Scientists have announced that they have fully sequenced the entire genome of a wooly mammoth. A team of international scientists sequenced the genome in an attempt to help determine why these massive creatures died out.
If you’re undaunted by the impossible, actively seeking out insanely challenging projects under tight schedules, and want to work with a remarkable organization pushing the envelope of human exploration, then you will want to be part of the SpaceX legacy."We spoke to three former SpaceX interns who told us what the experience is really like.
Consider this a two-for-one. It's both a giveawayanda reminder to do those taxes. Of course, you don't have to make a trek down to the local accountants lair to get the job done anymore. Online and app-based services likeTurboTax mobilehelp to simplify the traditionally tedious process, even if you're on the road. The app is available to those runningiOS 8orAndroid 4.
There are numerous endless runner games downloadable from the Play Store today. Thanks to Imangi Studios for introducing the Temple Run arcade game that challenges the player to run like there's no tomorrow. We've seen a number of fakes actually and similar games will only continue to be added to the Play Store.
Latest among Uber 's partnerships is UN Women with whom the ridesharing service is looking to boost "economic opportunity" for women, it has announced. Uber is dedicated to the goal, and as part of it the company has vowed to have a million female drivers by 2020.
Taylor Swift’s latest blockbuster will not be available on Apple Music at launch.Taylor Swift’s “1989” Won’t Be Available to Stream on Apple Music is a post from: iPhone in Canada Blog - Canada's #1 iPhone Resource
There is very little doubt that, at least in the West, digital music has eclipsed sales of physical media like CDs. But it seems that even in the digital land there is a bit of unrest. Streaming services, particularly Spotify , are largely seen to be eating into the numbers of digital downloads, provided by the likes of iTunes.
The Cloud doesn't have to be a nebulous space in the stratosphere, you can have one in your own home. Sure, there's usually a steep initial price tag and configuration learning curve for most people, butSynology's BeyondCloud lineuphelps bypass that. Hosting your ownnetwork-attached storage(NAS) is now more approachable and affordable with the BeyondCloud's pre-packaged and -configured drives.
Each week our friends atInhabitatrecap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green.The big news out of Silicon Valley this week is that architecture heavyweightsBIGandHeatherwick Studiowill be collaborating to designGoogle's new Mountain View headquarters.