You Are Browsing ‘Tech’ Category

Posted on 29th April 2013 - 11:18am by A
Comments Off on IllumiRoom – a next Xbox projector that surrounds your TV with graphics

IllumiRoom is a projector for the upcoming new Xbox that surrounds the wall around the TV screen with graphics. It has been designed to extend the gaming experience by submersing the gamer with additional visual effects.  ...

Posted on 21st March 2013 - 12:37pm by A
Comments Off on Vimeo launches Pay-Per-View service

Vimeo the video sharing website is to launch a pay-per-view service that will allow filmmakers to profit from their content. The website is a big hit with amateur and independent movie-makers who use it as a platform to share their creations but up until now there has not been a method for them to monetise their content. ...

Posted on 20th March 2013 - 6:56pm by A
Comments Off on Adobe’s Chief Technology Officer Joins Apple

Adobe’s Chief Technology Officer Kevin Lynch has left the company and joined Apple as their new Vice President of Technologies.  ...

Posted on 14th March 2013 - 11:29pm by A
Comments Off on Samsung Galaxy S4 announced – features eye-tracking & 13MP camera

Samsung have unveiled their latest flagship phone the Galaxy S4. It features a large 5 inch screen, a 15 megapixel rear camera and allows the user to control it with the movement of their eyes and their hands. ...

Posted on 8th March 2013 - 10:24am by A
Comments Off on Marvel Unlimited comic subscription service launches on iOS

Marvel Unlimited has launched on iOS which for a regular fee provides subscribers with access to Marvel’s massive library of digital comics. It features over 13,000 titles and new issues are added just six months after release in stores.  The Netflix style all-inclusive service has been a big hit on PC and Mac because of the sheer value of what’s included...

Posted on 11th January 2013 - 5:33pm by A
Comments Off on Amazon AutoRip: Buy a CD and get the MP3 version for free

  Amazon have launched AutoRip, a new service which gives customers a free digital copy of any CD purchased from them. From the minute you pay for a CD the tracks will be available in your Amazon Cloud Player library, in high quality 256 Kbps MP3 audio, so you don’t have to spend time ripping them. ...