According to a post at hollywoodreporter.com, Todd Blatt, a mechanical engineer from Baltimore, has come up with a revolutionary project that makes possible to physically recreate digital data. Apparently, movie viewers will be given the chance to print out objects they see on screen simply using a 3D printer. However, movie studios are not very
About a week ago hacking groups LulzSec and Anonymous united under a common agenda (fighting governments and fat cats) forming hacker collective AntiSec. Now the new group has released a huge amount of sensitive data hacked from multiple governments but also from entertainment companies Universal Music Group and Viacom. The files were made available on
File-sharing and hosting service 4shared has released a new app addressed to iPhone/iPad users – 4shared Sync. The new release allows users to access their accounts instantly and directly at 4shared.com. With 4shared Sync, users will also be able to take photos and capture videos and easily upload them directly to their 4shared accounts. “Since
The file-sharing landscape has gone through many changes over the last few years, and one thing is certain – ups and downs, ins and outs, the phenomenon is here to stay, adapting, progressing, inspiring and making things go forward with one name always thriving – BitTorrent. One example in this direction is FrostWire – taking
Anonymous has hit again. This time the target has been a US tourism website in Orlando, Florida (orlandofloridaguide.com) which the hacking group took down successfully. The website became a target due to the arrests of people offering food to the city’s homeless as part of their activity as members of the group Food not Bombs.