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There are a lot of reasons why Google Glass is the last device a pirate will use to rip a movie in the theaters
So, the MPAA decided to push the matter on the Google Glass situation and got the device banned across movie theaters in the United States because they’re scared they’ll be used for movie piracy.
While the MPAA keeps praising technology, it is now obvious just how backwards they are in thinking.
If you only analyze the situation for one second, you’ll figure out why this is a completely bogus move and why it will have absolutely zero impact on piracy whether the device is banned or permitted in movie theaters.
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Microsoft needs to find new ways to promote the device
Microsoft has announced that it is bringing down the price of the Xbox One home console to 349 dollars (228 Euro) for the holiday period, with the device set to return to normal at the start of January of 2015.
The move is clearly designed to make the gaming platform more attractive to gamers during a two-month period during which a lot of hardware is being sold, as customers are either picking up a console for themselves or as a gift.
Microsoft is also bringing down the price of some popular bundles, including one featuring Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, which will probably...
Many Linux users have these problems in Windows
Many Linux users out there dual-boot with a Windows system, or they just use the two operating systems separately. An interesting thing happens when you're in Windows and you try to do something that you think is normal, but that feature doesn't exist.
Not everyone can move completely from one operating system to another. It would be nice to stop relying on the OS made by Microsoft, but some tools and situations really require this particular system. I found out that some of the features in the Linux systems I use, mostly Ubuntu or Linux Mint, are taken for granted. We don't a...
Reality star’s undoing came with dating a convicted pedophile, but why was she ever allowed to become a celebrity?
I will preface this with a solid warning: if you were ever a fan of TLC’s hit reality show, the now-defunct Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, you will not agree with any of the things written here. This is a personal rant that has been in the making for years, since the network greenlit the show following the success of the original Toddlers & Tiaras.
Why was Mama June ever allowed celebrity status? What was it about an overweight, illiterate, unwashed, unmannered, absolutely gross woman human being and her entire family that made the world stop and mindlessly watch a reality series ba...
More people than ever before want to game on Linux
The Linux ecosystem is changing faster than users can keep up with it and it all has to do with just one thing, gaming. This seems to be the most powerful driver in today's development, but why is it happening only now?
The Linux platform is an old one. It's been around for a very long time, but its growth has been very slow. The only domain where it really made a difference is the servers market, but on the desktop it's barely visible. It's not like there weren’t enough developers with the skills and time to make it happen, but for some reason it never really got of...
China wants to give up on Windows but won’t be able to do it because of the high piracy rate in the country
Despite its willingness to work with Chinese officials on addressing any privacy or security concerns that might exist in the country, Microsoft is actually experiencing more problems locally, where its products are gradually eradicated and replaced with domestic alternatives.
People close to the Central government have revealed for local media that authorities are now working to replace Windows with a locally developed operating system, most likely based on Linux, which would provide better security than Microsoft’s platform does.
Such a decision isn’t at all sur...
We'll start off with artificial organs and go from there
There's something really ironic about 3D bioprinting of body parts, something that the scientific community seems all too willing to leave unmentioned: it's the perfect way to make all those amazing (or horrifying) stories about clones and robots come true.
Cloning has been the subject of science fiction for ages, and even fantasy fiction if you know where to look. However, no matter how blasé fictional characters were (or weren't) about the subject, real world has a rather dim view of it.
And it's not just because of the tendency of clones to die young...
The period love story is already grabbing a lot of attention
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