As a relic of an era when Apple could still do no wrong, this vision of boys who make gadgets and why they make them is refreshingly cutting. In Pixel Perfect, the man behind the machine is, it turns out, a little boy who wants the world to be more hospitable to him. He doesn’t really care about saving it. I was 10 years old when this movie came out, and could not possibly have made the connection between what was on the screen and the rise of a whole new age of facetious rhetoric around the common good, which makes the movie somewhat disturbing to watch now. It also makes Disney Channel content scan as much more subversive than I would have given it credit for before. … [Read more...] about The near-futurism of Disney Channel original movies — does it hold up?
This week, Red continued its short tradition of putting custom camera functionality in the hands of its customers, showing off its Redlink Development Kit and Bridge. The Redlink Bridge is an aluminum wireless box that attaches to a Red Digital Still and Motion Camera (DSMC). It weighs about a half a pound and can receive signals from up to 50 feet away. The Development Kit comes loaded on a flash drive and includes the Redlink SDK, some sample apps, and additional resources. … [Read more...] about Red Digital Cinema shows off dev kit to make its cameras app-controllable
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NEW DELHI: Chinese smartphone maker Realme is all set to launch the Realme TV, Realme Watch, and Realme Buds Air Neo in India today. The company has scheduled an online event for 12.30 pm where it will launch the three devices. Users can live stream the event on the official YouTube channel of the company. Realme TV The company has already confirmed that the Realme TV will be powered by MediaTek 64-bit quad-core processor and will sport a bezel-less design. The device will come with 24W quad stereo Speakers supported by Dolby Audio. The device will also come equipped with Chroma Boost Picture Engine image processing technology with up to 400 nits of ultra-bright display, which is claimed to be 20% brighter than the average TVs in this segment. Realme Watch Realme smartwatch will sport a 1.4-inch colour touchscreen display. The wearable will come with a square dial with thick china. The wearable will come with 14 different sports modes which include basketball, football, bike, … [Read more...] about Realme TV, Realme Watch, Realme Buds Air Neo to launch in India today: Here’s how to watch the live stream
If that means streaming the services you normally would, geo-blocking can prove to be a major obstacle - but fortunately there's an easy solution. Using a little handy trick, you can get around these pesky digital borders using a VPN. This will allow you to gain access to Killing Eve as it happens by changing your IP to your nation of residence. But which VPN is best for you? … [Read more...] about How to watch Killing Eve online: stream season 3 from anywhere