All tablets aren’t created equal, to prove this point Intel has teamed up with Flume – a musical project by übertalented Sydney artist Harley Streten – showcasing the potential of Intel powered Tablets.
The collaboration created a mesmerising film, a tincan band conducted by the most relaxed robot in the galaxy, performing a tune penned by Flume.
Intelligent Sounds, the film, brings to life Intel’s Fourth Generation of mobile processors.
We watched the film on an ASUS Windows 8 Tablet – powered of course by Intel – the vibrant, responsive graphics were definitely eye popping, a cinema in the palm, seriously good stuff :: Read the full article »»»»
April, 1976 Apple was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne. Shortly thereafter they began selling the Apple I. Thirty-six years on, Apple has released hundreds of products. Some have been flops, others have revolutionized – even created – entire markets :: Read the full article »»»»
New Zealand police on Saturday revealed bizarre details of the arrest of the suspected kingpin of an internet copyright theft case, set against the James Bond-like backdrop of a country mansion hideaway with electronic locks, a safe room and a pink Cadillac. German national Kim Dotcom, also known as Kim Schmitz, was one of four men arrested on Friday, a day before his 38th birthday, in an investigation of the Megaupload.com website led by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation. The group was accused of engaging in a scheme that took more than $500 million away from copyright holders and generated over $175 million in proceeds from subscriptions and advertising.
A police official said dozens of officers, backed by helicopters, forced their way into the mansion, nestled in lush, rolling farmland, after Dotcom refused them entry, a scene more reminiscent of a high-octane spy drama than the usual policeman’s lot in rural New Zealand.
“Despite our staff clearly identifying themselves, Mr Dotcom retreated into the house and activated a number of electronic-locking mechanisms,” said Detective Inspector Grant Wormald from the Organised and Financial Crime Agency New Zealand. Read the full article »»»»