Warning: mild spoilers below for the first five episodes of Westworld season 2, including the promotional teaser for episode 6. For most of the people watching HBO’s science fiction series Westworld, when Betty Gabriel’s character Maling mentions “the Cradle” in the second season’s third episode, it’s just a throwaway reference. But hardcore fans know better — at least, the ones who have been willing to dive into the in-world websites, chatbots, and email blasts that serve as the show’s viral marketing campaign. They know the Cradle is a simulation technology, and Delos, Inc. uses it to test storylines before they’re deployed in the company’s parks. In-the-know fans are aware of the Cradle’s codename (CR4-DL) and have seen schematics of the system, which made a quiet appearance in a trailer all the way back in March. It makes sense that Westworld, a show about a digital re-creation of the real world, is using an online … [Read more...] about Westworld’s digital marketing is giving fans sneak peeks at the show’s biggest secrets
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posted on 10 Sep 2015, 09:26 28 1. TyrionLannister (unregistered) While 4K display is not needed, a 1080p is at 4.7 inches. posted on 10 Sep 2015, 09:30 17 3. Victor.H (Posts: 907; Member since: 27 May 2011) How for away do you usually hold your phone? If it's around 11 inches or more, you would not be able to see much of a difference and 1080p is not needed. Take a look at the table in the article and the image below (and of course, use your own experience)http://www.phonearena.com/image.php?m=Articles.Images&f=name&id=119491&kw=&popup=1 posted on 10 Sep 2015, 09:33 21 6. janis (Posts: 387; Member since: 10 Mar 2014) i was in phone shop last week, i do photography, so pixels matters for me. 750p screen and 1080p screen not that big difference, but 750p and 1440p is huge difference, its like, once you go 1440p you cant look at other screens, because they look really bad. 9. Victor.H (Posts: 907; Member since: 27 May 2011) I hope you do … [Read more...] about Comments for : “Apple ripped us off again”: where is the 4K iPhone with a 40-megapixel camera?
With two out of three new major flagships coming with IP certification of dust- and water-resistance, it was only natural for us to start wondering whether we're entering into a new trend. But despite the initial appeal of said certification, we've often come to question the extent of its usefulness, at least at the whole. That is precisely the reason we endeavored to crowd-storm with alongside you, through a poll that also sought to incite your opinion in the comment section.So what does the crowd say? Well, apparently, there's a pretty significant split in opinions. Most of you (47.71%) consider IP certification a massive plus, but it's also telling that almost as many people (43.36) feel as if that's nothing more than a perk and nothing beyond that. What's more, 8.93% of participants feel as if the resources spent on designing a waterproofed phone could be better spent elsewhere. To them, IP certification is virtually useless.So what do these results tell us? In all honesty -- … [Read more...] about Poll results: As a consumer, to what extent do you value IP-certified, water- and dust-resistance in smartphones and tablets?
posted on 11 May 2012, 23:25 20 1. chadrick0814 (unregistered) The "slide to unlock" patent suit is my personal favorite. I love the fact that apple will sue over things that were widely-used years before they marched into the patent office, then their CEO says "other companies should invent their own stuff.". Good artists copy, great artists steal, patent, then sue. posted on 12 May 2012, 07:01 5 21. bigdawg23 (Posts: 464; Member since: 25 May 2011) Apple can apply for patents but when other companies show document of invention long before they did, and they will it wont go any where. posted on 11 May 2012, 23:47 17 2. AndroidShiz (Posts: 154; Member since: 08 Nov 2011) Apple. The most hypocritical and powerful scourge on earth. #loathe posted on 11 May 2012, 23:51 16 3. angelesmec (unregistered) Another funny patent issue. posted on 12 May 2012, 00:13 15 4. wendygarett (unregistered) every things that patent by apple is been outdated... dont … [Read more...] about Comments for : Apple suit against Samsung dealing with “pinch-to-zoom” is stayed by German Court