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SPONSORED VIDEO! Intelligent Sounds

Posted: October 2nd, 2013 | Author: | Filed under: PROMO | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on SPONSORED VIDEO! Intelligent Sounds

Intelligent SoundsAll 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 »»»»

Youtube: Every Apple In 30 Seconds

Posted: February 13th, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Apple, Bow Down, Technoid Computer News | Tags: , , | Comments Off on Youtube: Every Apple In 30 Seconds

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 »»»»

UPDATED: Dotcom Kingpin Nabbed In Dramatic Raid

Posted: January 21st, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Technoid Computer News, UPDATED! | Tags: , , , , , | Comments Off on UPDATED: Dotcom Kingpin Nabbed In Dramatic Raid

Dotcom Kingpin Nabbed In Dramatic Raid - Youtube VideoNew 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 »»»»