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Film won’t get theatrical, DVD, or VOD release
Sony Pictures has folded under constant pressure and threats from a group of hackers identified as Guardians Of Peace (#GOP), which broke into their servers last month and released numerous files with sensitive and embarrassing information because it would not cancel the release of the action comedy “The Interview.”
“The Interview” will not be released on Christmas Day in theaters in most territories, as initially scheduled. Neither will be out on DVD or VOD (Video On Demand), the studio says in a statement to Variety.
This response comes after a 9/11...
Or how one “tiny” comedy will cost the studio millions
Sony Pictures is in a giant hole and there’s no telling whether it will be able to come out of it, or the damage it will suffer in the long run. Last month, hackers calling themselves Guardians of Peace (#GOP) broke into the Sony servers and lifted thousands of files containing sensitive information, releasing it in batches regularly since.
This is just the beginning.
In their warnings and threats to Sony, #GOP made it very clear that the reason they were so angry with the entire company, of which Sony Pictures is just a brand, was because of their greed and shamelessn...
It's not a big problem just yet, but it's happening
The gaming industry is getting older and so are the people who are doing reviews. The problem is that a rift is forming and the new wave of people might not have the background any more for this kind of job.
It's not a problem just yet, but it looks like young professional reviewers are starting to replace the older generation. That could just be a good thing and it's impossible to tell whether this will be reflected in the long run. We need to take a wider look at the gaming industry and see things as a whole.
One of the publishers' biggest problems is that they ...
Here's some of what will be there whether you like it or not
The year 2014 is coming to an end fast, with Christmas just a little over a week away, and the start of 2015 not long after. That means that everyone is splitting their attention between preparing for the upcoming celebrations and looking forward to the new goodies that the new year will bring.
Christmas is not what I'm concerned with today. Although I admit it's primarily because I had to make zero preparations on account of being invited to celebrate with someone else in a totally different part of the country.
The start of the New Year definitely interests me thoug...
Is it too much to ask to have functional games released when they're supposed to instead of bug-filled messes?
The traditional flurry of new game releases ahead of the winter holidays has all but slowed to a halt, meaning all the major titles that battle for the hearts, minds, and wallets of gamers are available on store shelves and have been rated by media outlets.
Unfortunately, while quite a lot of quality experiences have rolled out in recent months, almost all of them have encountered some pretty serious issues or would have been in dire need of a delay so that extra polishing and bug fixing could be done by their respective developers.
Unity was the biggest offender
With many others undoubtedly going unreported
There are 600 instances of bent iPhone 6 Pluses reported in the wild so far, according to oneofthenine.com, a site specifically rigged so that customers can upload their photos and their stories.
Ryan Condon, the user who uploaded the first image in the gallery embedded in this article (above, as well as below at the very bottom), is just one of 600 users who decided to let the world know what happened to his brand new iPhone 6 Plus, a device that runs in the hundreds of dollars and can cost as much as $1,000 (€800) in its highest-specced configuration.
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Small and mid-sized businesses may be hit more often
Ransomware has made headlines numerous times this year, and it is unlikely that crooks would give it up just yet.
This is also one of the cybercrime forms targeting consumers expected to become more common next year. Since there is no efficient method provided by security vendors to counter this sort of threat, attackers are probably going to channel their efforts more than ever towards taking control of information and demand payment for not releasing it.
A new crypto-malware standard may appear next year
This does not necessarily mean encrypting the data on the...
Google might jump a decimal with the latest Android build
It can be assumed that the GPU clocks are slowed down
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