Can the Caped Crusader delight with new, blocky adventures?
It’s still a worthy upgrade to the Galaxy Note 3
Feature-rich and simple-to-use app for folder encryption
Xine is slipping into oblivion and it's no longer used
The final interview before season 2 wraps
“We're bringing users updates at a faster pace,” he says
Researchers say the compound, known to the scientific community as berberine, might hold the key to fighting obesity
They may as well kick graphene given their other uses
She’s showing off her funny side to push “Horrible Bosses 2”
You could store virtually anything inside your very cells
So it seems that someone has finally released a music album stored on DNA. Yes, real, actual DNA. Deoxyribonucleic acid, the blocks of life, or rather the ball-riddled helix since the compound is depicted more as little spheres than blocks these days.
Sci Fi is rife with enhanced humans, just like fantasy fiction is littered with humanoid or not-so-humanoid races that are so much better than us in one or multiple ways.
Escapist fiction does have its place in society, just like soda and flubber, so I'm not about to start casting aspersions anywhere.
What I am ...
Or how America's best-loved comedian became a public enemy
Veteran actor and beloved comedian Bill Cosby is a staple of American television. His lengthy career spans several decades and goes back to days when African-American actors on TV were a rare thing. His wholesome, family-oriented humor has placed him in the Pantheon of great American classics, earning him the nickname “America's dad.”
As the years passed, the lovable Cosby turned from the mild-mannered father with irresistibly funny word mispronunciation into the mild-mannered grandfather, a patriarchal figure looked kindly upon by everyone around him.
No time to explain, kill everything that has wings
Far Cry 4 is probably the best in the series and you might think that Ubisoft has it down to science. That would be correct for the most part, but they do have a problem with the goddamn eagles. I mean, enough is enough.
So, I finally got to play Far Cry 4 and I was pretty happy that they didn't change a lot about it. It's basically the same game as Far Cry 3 with a different story, more untraversable areas (being so close to the Himalaya mountains), better graphics, and refined gameplay. So, where do the eagles come into play, you might ask. Well, the closest analogy would be rat...
Conflict resolution pushes the project forward
The Debian community has been experiencing some interesting times lately and it all boils down to the adoption of systemd as the default init system. It might not seem like a big deal to regular users, but it's a different ball game for developers. Even if a part of the community saw this as a sign that Debian team is weakening, it might be a sign that it's actually stronger than people can imagine.
The last few days have been particularly interesting for the Debian project as quite a few developers have left the Technical Committee after they failed in their last attempt to stop ...
Device runs stripped-down iOS, integrates with iPhone
Apple is eyeing an early-2015 launch for its revolutionary smart-watch, while the company’s retail boss has been quoted giving an even more precise launch-frame: spring 2015. Which pretty much keeps the device off the market until March.
There’s a 10 percent demand for the device among existing iPhone 5 owners, according to a recent study carried out by investment bank Morgan Stanley. But something tells us there will be many people waiting in line to buy the thing.
It’s a new Apple-something
I’m not going to cite history as an indication ...
You need to play smaller games so that you don't get tired
In the last few weeks, the games industry has seen fit to launch all sorts of blockbuster games across many different platforms. Among them, quite a few offered huge open worlds that could be explored as fast or as slow as possible.
From the Thedas of Dragon Age: Inquisition, to the Kyrat of Far Cry 4, the Paris of Assassin's Creed Unity, the North America of Assassin's Creed Rogue, or the Los Santos of Grand Theft Auto 5 on new consoles, players eager to explore virtual environments have a lot to choose from.
I personally experienced almost all of them for the review...
Earlier this week, the German company announced plans to eliminate all traces of PFCs from its supply chain
If we’re going to be honest here, we have to admit that, whenever we go clothes or shoes shopping, questions about the ecological footprint of one brand or another almost never cross our mind.
We care about color, fabric, style and price tag. The damage that our new favorite pair of jeans might cause the environment – not so much.
The thing is that, just like our love for gadgets and gizmos, and our addiction to the online world indirectly affect natural ecosystems, our passion for shopping is a contributor to environmental pollution.
No, I’m no...
Games for Windows Live is getting dumped soon
Midler fired first when she said Ariana was too racy
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