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Windows 10 bridges the gap between PC and Tablet
THE GOOD Windows 10 bridges the gap between PCs and tablets without alienating anyone. The new OS combines the best bits of old and new Windows features into a cohesive package, while correcting nearly all of the missteps of Windows 8. The upgrade process is mostly painless, and free for most Windows 7 and 8 users.

THE BAD Many of the new features will be lost on those who don't care about touch. Automatic, forced updates could spell trouble later on. Cortana's features are better suited for smartphones.

THE BOTTOM LINE Windows 10 delivers a refined, vastly improved vision for the future of computing with an operating system that's equally at home on tablets and traditional PCs -- and it's a free upgrade for most users.

Windows 10 is the Goldilocks version of Microsoft's venerable PC operating system -- a "just right" compromise between the familiar dependability of Windows 7, and the forward-looking touchscreen vision of Windows 8.

This new Windows, available as a free upgrade for existing Windows 7 and Windows 8 noncorporate users, is built from the ground up to pursue Microsoft's vision of a unified OS that spans all devices without alienating any one platform. It's an attempt to safeguard Microsoft's crumbling software hegemony, assailed on all sides by Google and Apple. And it's a vision of the future as Microsoft sees it, where a single user experience spans every piece of technology we touch. Welcome to Windows as a service.

Yes, this new OS is chock-full of fresh features. To name just a few: a lean, fast Internet Explorer replacement called Edge; Microsoft's Siri-like voice-controlled virtual assistant, Cortana; and the ability to stream real-time games to your desktop from an Xbox One in another room. (And in case you're wondering: there is no "Windows 9" -- Microsoft skipped it, going straight from 8 to 10.)

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Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011) 1080p - DOWNLOAD

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011)

Released - 21 December 2011 (SA)

The IMF is shut down when it's implicated in the bombing of the Kremlin, causing Ethan Hunt and his new team to go rogue to clear their organization's name.

Director :  Brad Bird


In the fourth installment of the Mission Impossible series, Ethan Hunt and a new team race against time to track down Hendricks, a dangerous terrorist who has gained access to Russian nuclear launch codes and is planning a strike on the United States. An attempt by the team to stop him at the Kremlin ends in a disaster, with an explosion causing severe damage to the Kremlin and the IMF being implicated in the bombing, forcing the President to invoke Ghost Protocol, under which the IMF is disavowed, and will be offered no help or backup in any form. Undaunted, Ethan and his team chase Hendricks to Dubai, and from there to Mumbai, but several spectacular action sequences later, they might still be too late to stop a disaster. Written by shreesha bhat

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Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine (2015) 720p - DOWNLOAD

Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine (2015)

Released - 04 September 2015

A look at the personal and private life of the late Apple CEO, Steve Jobs.

Director :  Alex Gibney


In his signature black turtleneck and blue jeans, shrouded in shadows below a milky apple, Steve Jobs' image was ubiquitous. But who was the man on the stage? What accounted for the grief of so many across the world when he died? From Oscar-winning director Alex Gibney, 'Steve Jobs: The Man In The Machine' is a critical examination of Jobs who was at once revered as an iconoclastic genius and a barbed-tongued tyrant. A candid look at Jobs' legacy featuring interviews with a handful of those close to him at different stages in his life, the film is evocative and nuanced in capturing the essence of the Apple legend and his values which shape the culture of Silicon Valley to this day. Written by Anonymous

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Copenhagen (2014)

Released - 03 October 2014

When the girl of your dreams is half your age, it's time to grow up.

Director :  Mark Raso


After weeks of traveling through Europe the immature William finds himself at a crossroads in Copenhagen. Not just another European city, Copenhagen is also the birthplace of his father. When the youthful Effy befriends the older William they set off on an adventure to find William's grandfather. Effy's mix of youthful exuberance and wisdom challenges William unlike any woman ever has. As the attraction builds and William truly connects with someone for the first time in his life, he must come to grips with destabilizing elements of his family's sordid past. Written by Fidelio Films.

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World's first 8K TV costs $133,000

Sharp will begin selling the world's first 8K television just in time for Halloween.
Interested? You'd better be prepared to pay up. The 85-inch "LV-85001" ultra-high definition TV set will cost you ¥16 million ($133,000) when it goes on sale October 30.
There is another big caveat: There is hardly any 8K video to watch (heck, there is hardly any 4K programming available). Google (GOOGLTech30) made a big stink in June when it announced that its "Ghost Towns" YouTube video was available in 8K -- before any 8K monitors were in production.
The 8K TV standard has a resolution of 7680 x 4320 pixels. That means there are nearly 38 million pixels on the screen.
8K offers four times the resolution of 4K TVs (9 million pixels and a 4096 x 2160 resolution) and 16 times the resolution of a 1080p HDTV (2 million pixels with a 1920 x 1080 resolution).
Though 4K (let alone 8K) is still a rarity, the television industry is pushing hard to increase the standard broadcast resolution from HD to "ultra-HD" in the next few years. But there doesn't appear to be too much momentum behind that push.
To watch an 8K video on Sharp's new LV-85001, you'll have to use all four HDMI connectors and have a computer that supports 8K video output.
That's why Sharp says it is targeting "mainly corporate users" for the new LV-85001 8K TV. It suggested that museums might want to display art using the new TV, and industrial designers could use them to display blueprints.

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This app makes sure You never walk Home Alone

"Text me when you get home" is a frequent farewell among friends and family.
But what if you could actually track their journey home, check in if they're feeling unsafe on their commute, and ensure that they can easily contact the police in an emergency?

That's all possible with a free app called Companion. Created over a year ago by a group of five students at the University of Michigan, the app has been gaining a ton of momentum after launching to the public two weeks ago. 

The app, available on Android or iOS, lets users send requests to phone contacts to virtually track their trips using GPS.
The app has seen 500,0000 new users in the past week alone -- including me.
Why is everyone so excited about a safety app? I tried it out for myself. A friend of mine in Israel graciously agreed to let me track him as he walked to a coffee shop about 18 minutes away. (I also took my turn being the walker, but it was more interesting to be on the other end.)
I received an SMS text requesting that I be his companion. A link in the text sent me to the app -- though you don't need it to track someone. If not, it would have directed me to a map in a browser. Once I accepted, I could see exactly where my friend was.
The app uses the phone's built-in sensors to detect changes in movement -- like if the user starts running or the headphones come out. If that happens, the app asks users to confirm that they're OK. If they don't do so within 15 seconds, the app notifies your companion who has the option to call the police. At the same time, the app will also go into alert mode for the walker, emitting siren-like noises and displaying a button to also call the police.
If I had been concerned about something with my friend -- like why he wasn't walking faster! -- I could use the app to call him. Alternately, he could select, "I feel nervous," which would have prompted me to check in on him. Once he reached his destination, I got an alert that he was safe.
"We've seen so many amazing use cases," said 21-year-old Lexie Ernst, a cofounder who's a senior at the University of Michigan. She said everyone from senior citizens to kids studying abroad are using the app.
That wasn't exactly anticipated: The app was initially built to help tackle crime on college campuses, which the founders say is "way too prevalent."
The first version of Companion rolled out in November 2014 for students at the University of Michigan. The founders, three of whom are still in college, incorporated early feedback into the app's current version.
"We asked, 'What do people actually want to use,'" said cofounder Nathan Pilcowitz, 22.
The founders plan to add more features in the future -- like touch-ID technology so that only the phone's owner can hit the "I'm OK" button. That way, someone can't steal your phone and falsely tell your friends that you're fine.
Because Companion is collecting anonymous data on users' paths -- and where they "feel nervous" -- it's a potential goldmine of information that universities and cities could analyze to make streets safer.
For now, they're just working with University of Michigan, although Pilcowitz said others have reached out about potential partnerships.
"We didn't realize going into it how much people love safety," he said.

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Bugatti shows real-life Videogame Car

Bugatti's Vision Gran Turismo offers an idea of what a future Bugatti might look like.

Bugatti, maker of 1,200 horsepower supercars with seven-figure price tags, unveiled a fantasy videogame car at the Frankfurt Motor Show. But this one wasn't just made of pixels. Bugatti engineers created a real, drivable version.

The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo is a model of the car that appears in the popular Gran Turismo videogame series. The real-life version is fully drivable but wasn't designed to comply with government safety regulations -- only racing regulations.
This concept car is particularly important because it offers a glimpse of what Bugatti's next model will look like. As part of the Volkswagen Group, Bugatti is related to luxury automakers like Lamborghini and Bentley, but is even more exclusive. Over the last decade, Bugatti has sold 450 cars worldwide at prices in excess of $1 million each. All of them were versions of one model, the Bugatti Veyron.
Powered by a turbocharged 16-cylinder engine, the Bugatti Veyron evolved over the years, gaining speed and power. Later models have 1,200 horsepower and top speeds in excess of 250 miles an hour. But now Bugatti is working on an all-new successor.
"Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo is the first stage on a new journey that Bugatti is embarking on following the successful completion of its Veyron chapter," Wolfgang Dürheimer, head of Bugatti, said in a statement.
Dürheimer added that the new model will be unveiled "in the not too distant future."
Designers for the concept car drew inspiration from Bugatti racing cars of the 1920s and '30s. Based in France at the time, Bugatti won at LeMans in 1937 and '39. The Vision Gran Turismo was designed to excel on the LeMans track, which features long, straight sections -- putting a premium on top speed.
Watch this Jaguar drive upside down
Watch this Jaguar drive upside down
In this car, emphasis was placed on performance rather than comfort. Despite its extreme performance figures, the Veyron is comfortable and easy to drive on public roads. This car was created for the track, according to Bugatti.
A number of automakers, including Mercedes-Benz, Aston Martin, General Motors and Lexus, have designed cars for the Gran Turismo game.

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