November 8, 2013

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Release Name: Riddick.2013.720p.WEBRip.HC.x264
Release Date: 28 October 2013
Filename: Riddick.2013.720p.WEBRip.HC.x264.mkv
Source: WEBRip-KingStoNER
Size: 800 MB
Genre: Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller
Video: 1280x720 | 600 kb/s | 29.98 fps
Audio: English | AC3
Subs: HC Arabic
IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 from 27,607 users
RT Critics: 6.4/10
Directed By: David Twohy
Starring: Vin Diesel, Karl Urban, Katee Sackhoff

Plot:
Left for dead on a sun-scorched planet, Riddick finds himself up against an alien race of predators. Activating an emergency beacon alerts two ships: one carrying a new breed of mercenary, the other captained by a man from Riddick's past.





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March 22, 2013

Xiaomi Mi-3 pictured in the wild, could be one of the first handsets running Snapdragon 800 [RUMOR]


With all the quad-core processors hitting smartphones this year, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 CPU remains one of the most coveted. This might have something to do with processor’s 4 cylinders firing at a blazing 2.3GHz. While we most likely wont see the 800 hitting these shores until the end of this year, it looks like China could be one of the first in line when the 800 drops. Reportedly the next-gen Xiaomi Mi-3 phone will have the Snapdragon 800 housed inside and that’s not all…
Word has it that by the time the Mi-3 is released, it will come out of the box running Android 5.0 Key Lime Pie, along with the next version of MIUI as a topping. And let’s not forget a 5-inch 1080p display, 13MP camera, 3,000mAh battery and anything else considered “high-end” these days (like an aluminum body from the look of these supposed “leaked” images).
Of course this is all rumor at this point with no word on pricing, but going by Xiaomi’s previous Mi-Phones, we can expect it to launch for around $310. Like always, there’s a slim-to-none chance these will ever make it outside of their homeland of China. If it looks anything like the above pics, I might be making a trip to China sometime in the very near future.
[iT163 via UnwiredView | Images via GizChina]
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New Google Glass patent describes ways to control objects around the wearer

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Google has applied for a patent that describes a technology that would allow Google Glass to recognize and control various objects. According to the patent application (source link below), it could superimpose images of a control interface when the target object is recognized.
Basically, just like being able to recognize people, Google Glass could be able to recognize objects. It would do so using a variety of methods, according to the patent, including RFID, NFC, Bluetooh, WiFi and even QR codes.
A few examples are given, including the one of a garage door that’s fitted with a QR code. The code itself is not visible to the human eye, but can be read using infrared by Glass and the device can determine the closed or open state of the door. Now, should the user get close to his home in his car, the garage door can open automatically and lights can be turned on.
The same way, the door can be closed when the person wearing the glasses leaves through the garage.
Another example involved a refrigerator being recognized by the glasses when the user gets close to it. A virtual interface would then be shown over said refrigerator, allowing the user to control its features using gestures.
One of the images attached to the patent application involved a printer being controlled this way, but the list of possibilities is limited just by imagination.
It’s just another idea of use for a product that some think is the future of Android.
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Look out Gorilla Glass, next gen devices might feature sapphire displays

Have you ever dropped your smartphone or tablet? Not a pleasant experience, I know. As always, the relentless pursuit of innovation is yielding achievements and developments in areas not previously thought possible. Science once confined to the limits of military and security applications has been leaping over to the cutthroat mobile device market for some time now.
When it comes to protecting the displays of our precious devices, Corning’s Gorilla Glass is currently state of the art. Here’s a demo we’ve seen at MWC in February.

Sapphire could be the next wonder material 

Sapphire itself is a special material. With a melting point of 2,030C, it remains virtually impervious to pretty much everything that’s thrown at it. As the second hardest material next to diamond, it is significantly more abundant and less expensive, making it perfect for our beloved mobile devices. What’s more is that it has long enjoyed success in a variety of applications – namely bulletproofing the cars of some very special people, and on Rolex watches to ensure that the face stays scratch free throughout years of use. And there’s many more.
Pieces of GT Advanced Technologies sapphire glass. The one on the left is designed for an iPhone 5
Extremetech GT Advanced Technologies sapphire glass prototypes. Can you spot the one for the iPhone 5 on the far left?
The sum of it is that sapphire is ten times more scratch resistant than normal glass, and, while we don’t have real world tests of how it will stack up next to Corning’s famous Gorilla Glass, we’d have to say that it’s likely to yield some drastic improvements for people that tend to drop their devices more than they ought to.
Naturally, it’s still a material that has a crystalline structure, and is therefore still capable of shattering or cracking, but the fact remains, it is significantly harder and stronger than the materials used in our smartphone displays today. While it remains roughly ten times as expensive as its immediate competitor – Gorilla Glass, economies of scale in the furiously competitive mobile device economy will result in it becoming much cheaper in a relatively short period of time. According to the talented nerds at ExtremeTech:
 ”Sapphire glass is around three times the strength and scratch resistance of Corning’s Gorilla Glass, [making] an almost perfect smartphone screen. There’s one caveat: according to a market analyst, a sheet of Gorilla Glass costs around $3, while the same piece of sapphire glass would cost $30. Thanks to increasing competition, though, the cost of sapphire glass is dropping. It wouldn’t be surprising to see a high-end smartphone (such as the iPhone) use a sapphire screen in the next few years.”
If you’ve taken the time to see our drop tests, you’ll know that most devices don’t hold up very well against concrete. Assuming similar advancements are made in other materials, we one day could all own devices that are incredibly hard to smash, shatter, and break.
Is this a welcome advancement? Have you ever shattered or broken your devices display?
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ZTE Grand X Quad shows up in product shots, @evleaks style (update: already available)


ZTE Grand X Quad
Another day, another @evleaks leak. This time it's a pair of official product shots of the ZTE V987 we saw back in January, and apparently the official name here is the Grand X Quad -- not quite as elegant-sounding as the more powerful Grand S, perhaps. That's pretty much it from the mysterious leakster, but thanks to TENAA's database, we already know most of the specs from last time: 5-inch 720p gapless display, 1.2GHz quad-core chip, 8-megapixel camera, dual-SIM support (WCDMA plus GSM) and a removable 2,500mAh battery. Assuming this Grand X Quad will be sold cheaper, we'd imagine it'd do pretty well if it features the same build quality as its sister device -- we'll let you guys know once we get to do a hands-on, naturally.
Update: Well this is weird. It turns out that ZTE's been very quietly selling this budget phone for ¥1,699 or about $270 in China since late February, though availability is very limited by the looks of it. No wonder ZTE didn't even bother with a press release.
Via: Engadget Chinese
Source: @evleaks (Twitter)
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