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Compartiendo el pan y el vino, 2yr old style =)



A Nice Day For A Purple Wedding

parislemon:

Ernesto:

The latest episode of Game of Thrones has broken the record for the most people sharing a file simultaneously via BitTorrent. More than 193,000 people shared a single copy yesterday evening, and roughly 1.5 million people downloaded the episode during the first day.

These are unprecedented numbers – never before have 193,418 people shared a single file simultaneously. The previous record was set last year, when the season finale of Game of Thrones had 171,572 people sharing on a single tracker.

Just keep leaving that money on the table, HBO.



The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now

The bug has affected many popular websites and services — ones you might use every day, like Gmail and Facebook — and could have quietly exposed your sensitive account information (such as passwords and credit card numbers) over the past two years.


Amazon.com to Acquire comiXology

comixology:

SEATTLE—April 10, 2014—(NASDAQ: AMZN)—Amazon.com today announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire comiXology, the company that revolutionized the digital comics reading experience with their immersive Guided View technology and makes discovering, buying, and reading comic books and…



Esto es lo que pasa cuando no actualizas una PC en 2 años… casi 1.4 Gb de updates!!!



Review: The Amazon Fire TV Is Kind Of A Mess

Unfortunately, the device doesn’t live up to its own hype. Perhaps Amazon’s homegrown solution was a bit premature and its ambitions too lofty, because while Fire TV can do almost everything, little of it is done right.


Espero el Fire TV sea suficiente presión para que actualizen el Apple TV…



WWDC 2013: the rumor roundup

If there’s one thing we’ve encountered all too often at WWDC, it’s the anger from those who expect Apple to update everything at once. Remember, this is the Worldwide Developers Conference — consumer products aren’t the focus. Apple tends to bend the rules and announce mainstream goods only when they’re convenient or necessary for developers, such as new features that need developer support. Think of the App Store or Retina displays as examples.


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