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Movies 32

April 9th, 2015 No comments

You can watch latest movies right now with Movies 32. Just start the app, search or browse for a nice movie and enjoy it

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Blu-ray exploit makes PowerDVD even more bloated

March 3rd, 2015 No comments

Blu-ray disks are harbouring two dangerous exploits that would allow an attacker to potentially launch executables remotely using a disk drive. First reported by The Register, hacker Stephen Tomkinson found two separate vulnerabilities in Blu-ray disks involve the infamous piece of bloatware CyberLink PowerDVD and a rooting process that utilises an external USB. The first one takes advantage of …

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Meet the Blu-ray disc that does 4K and lasts forever (almost)

February 10th, 2015 No comments

Despite the arrival of cloud storage and the ever-decreasing price of data storage, optical media still have a place in computing, especially when it comes to storing bytes in a safe place for a long time. Verbatim has unveiled a new 100GB Blu-ray optical disc, the M-DISC, which promises to store data for as long as 2000 years.

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Meet the Blu-ray disc that does 4K and lasts forever (almost)

This optical disc will keep your gumble safe for 2,000 YEARS

February 9th, 2015 No comments

And you thought normal DVDs were posh. How little you know It’s been a long time coming, but then it will be a long time staying

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This optical disc will keep your gumble safe for 2,000 YEARS

EXCLUSIVE: ‘Duck Dynasty,’ ‘Wahlburgers,’ Lifetime Original Movies and More To Hit Netflix Tomorrow

January 14th, 2015 No comments

Popular A&E and Lifetime titles are hitting Netflix tomorrow.

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Cable Channels Put Movies on Regular Repeat

December 29th, 2014 No comments

You’d think by now people might be tired of “The Hangover,” the raunchy 2009 comedy about four guys and the bachelor party from hell. After all, the movie has run 72 times on HBO and Cinemax, 46 times …

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Hallmark Upfront: 15 Original Movies, New Series and the Return of the Kitten Bowl

December 14th, 2014 No comments

Debbie Macomber will create a pilot for a new series, while Martha Williamson executive producing a Christmas movie — the first partnership between the channel and the Hallmark Card brand.

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Hallmark Upfront: 15 Original Movies, New Series and the Return of the Kitten Bowl

Jeff Shell, Les Moonves Zing Katzenberg: Movies 'Tremendous Growth Business'

December 12th, 2014 No comments

The Universal film head also told a panel moderated by Guggenheim Media Entertainment Group chief creative officer Janice Min that “Fifty Shades of Grey” would not be released at home the same day it hits theaters, despite the studio's enthusiasm for digital distribution methods. read more

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Jeff Shell, Les Moonves Zing Katzenberg: Movies 'Tremendous Growth Business'

Blu-ray region locks popped by hardware hacker

December 11th, 2014 No comments

ODM firmware allows code to run from USB sticks Scores of Blu-ray players from the biggest names in the industry contain security vulnerabilities that allow region coding to be unlocked, hardware hacker Matthew Garrett says.…

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Boffins find Jackie Chan's SUPERCOP is good for something

November 26th, 2014 No comments

Blu-Ray's pit and peak pattern supercharges solar cells Blu-Ray might not be setting the world afire, but boffins have turned up a surprising upside of the technology that can be applied to solar PV manufacture.…

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Boffins find Jackie Chan's SUPERCOP is good for something