There are some actors that move with a swagger and aura that just demands respect, be it as antagonist or protagonist; Morgan Freeman Patrick Stewart Ian McKellen and Samuel L. Jackson would probably be the easiest of examples. I mean we love these guys be it voice acting or live action and fortunately, same can be said about James Spader. This is very excitingly obvious in the new Avengers 2 teaser trailer, as he voices one of Marvel’s most sinister villains Ultron in Avengers: Age of Ultron. He says he demands respect because he is free, and no one’s puppet. … Continue reading Avengers: Age of Ultron Teaser Trauker
Welcome to Zambia the real africa y’all, and I mean that literally. If by Africa you mean anything that’s backwards and downright corrupt,yep that’s us in HD. Today I shall share my experiences as an internet user in a country marred by corruption. I remember back in the day when I had my first phone with access to internet in the early years when mobile internet in Zambia was in its infancy,I considered myself one of the lucky ones when back then my wap browser on my sony walkman w5something opened the google homepage. That was like some good 7-8yrs … Continue reading Mountain Hiking 101: A Zambian client’s trials to gain acess to internet.
So things for Samsung and Apple just got nasty, with documents revealing most of Samsung’s high end devices are usually based on designs from the company they consider their competitors like in the past it was Nokia n now its Apple. What is bad about it though is that there are claims going round that Google, the makers of the now very popular Linux based mobile operating system, Android actually warned Samsung against making devices so similar to Apple’s most especially on the Galaxy Tablets. 7 of Best Buys 30 stores also revealed that returns of Galaxy Tabs by … Continue reading Apple Vs Samsung Saga: The end to the legendary battle draws near…
So as you know Google I/O developers conference went underway today. There still a few days to go till it ends but here are some of the highlights for the opening keynote you might have missed. Read to the bottom for the most anticipated announcement in my opinion that is(learnt this bad habit of my opinion from a judge in the good wife). Dolphin browser(currently default browser) is being dropped as the default for Google’s own chrome, which has left beta(development) stage on the android platform version Jelly bean. Google has praised chrome for how it handles css3 and html5(new … Continue reading Google I/O is underway, what you missed
Ok so opera desktop might not be the greatest browser out there but its mobile child the Opera mini is. Anyone that owns a phone with access to internet knows what opera mini is and what is does, even on full featured web browser enabled phones like e7,galaxy or iphone and we always look forward to a new update. Well fans and users of opera mini an update has been released for phones that support opera mini v6.5 there is now version v7.0. I will keep you updated on feature set as am still using it but from the obvious … Continue reading Out with the old, in with the new. 0pera Mini v7.0 out
MediaFire CEO: Unlike Megaupload, our business model isn’t built on piracy As the strange case of file-sharing site Megaupload continues to unfold, many wonder if the federal government will begin to clamp down on similar sites that function like Megaupload, with easy sharing and hosting of copyrighted files. Already, two well-known file-sharing services, Uploaded.to and Filesonic have disabled several features of their sites this weekend because of the Megaupload scandal. Others are sure to follow. But Derek Labian, CEO of popular cloud-based file-hosting site MediaFire, told VentureBeat in an interview today that he isn’t too concerned about the government going … Continue reading Mediafire not getting shutdown due to SOPA
Illegal content should be forcibly demoted in web searches, a group of UK rights holders has suggested. The organisations argued that search sites were “overwhelmingly” directing users to illegal content. The proposal – developed as part of government-organised talks – was made public by critics of the plans following a Freedom of Information request. The Open Rights Group (ORG) said the report was “dangerous” and “Sopa-like”. Campaigner Peter Bradwell was making reference to the recent protests surrounding the Stop Online Piracy Act in the United States. “Yet again we’re facing dangerous plans to give away power over what we’re allowed … Continue reading SOPA to make Google and other search engines virtually useless…