The latest television to come from the LG is the LG-105UC9, boasting a spec sheet that is scarcely believable.
Well, first of all, this TV is 5K. Or at least that's what LG is calling it, since it's not an official term. The name comes from the resolution, which is an astonishing 5120 x 2160 resolution, which gives it an 21:9 aspect ratio. If that was not enough, the panel is a whopping 105-inches in size and is curved so it can go around your house more easily.
Underneath that massive panel is a 7.2 channel, 150W speaker system designed in collaboration with Harmon Kardon. The television runs on webOS, as have some of LG's recent models.
With there being very little content in native 4K, it's a bit hard to justify spending money on a 4K TV. This one has even more pixels, not mention an awkward 21:9 aspect ratio. Granted, most movies are shot in 21:9, you'll rarely find them in that aspect ratio on something like a Blu-ray, so you'll mostly be zooming in to get rid of the black bars, which doesn't sound all that great.
The Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act was expected to get bogged down in legalities when it was presented to the House of Representatives. In a fortunate turn of events, it didn't. The bill has actually passed through the House with overwhelming, unanimous support. Unlocking your own Phone will be officially Legal.
The implications of this are huge: as it effectively negates the 2012 verdict that unlocking a cell phone was considered copyright law infringement. That is, if the bill passes, of course.
So what else needs to happen in order for the Act to become law? It just needs to be signed by Obama, and then, US cell phone users will no longer need to appeal to their wireless carriers for unlock codes.
The popular disk maker Western Digital has expanded its NAS-centric Red line with 6TB hard disks. WD has also introduced the new Red Pro line for medium to large businesses.
The Western Digital Red disks now range from 1TB to 6TB and support 1 to 8-bay NAS setups. While the Red line is targeted at home and small business NAS setups, the Red Pro aims higher. Designed for medium and large businesses. They support up to 8 to 16-bay NAS setups and disks range from 2TB to 4TB. The WD Red 6TB HDD will cost you around $300.
The NASware software that comes with Red disks has also been updated to version 3.0 for improved performance and reliability plus reduced downtime. NASware 3.0 is pre-loaded on all WD RED line products.
With smartphones now in every pocket, people can finally enjoy the piece of mind of always correct grammar. After all, auto-correct now takes care of typos in the text messages of millions of people, fixing all there's to fix and outfitting our texts with perfect punctuation. What could possibly go wrong? Well, let's see some Hilarious Auto-correct Fails below!
Do you want to Expand your Android device Storage ?
Your device doesn't have a MicroSD slot ?
The solution is Leef Access, a tiny card reader gadget that fits in your smartphone's micro USB slot and allows you to snap any microSD card in it. This way, you can benefit from additional storage space even if your device doesn't come with a microSD slot on board.
Leef Access does exactly what you might expect from it it enables you to transfer data between the device and the microSD card, as well as directly playback its contents on the device.
Leef Access is compatible with all Android devices, which are powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean or higher. It also supports almost every microSD card that you might throw at it. The Price of this amazing little gadget is $9.99 Only. You can buy it online from the soruce link below or you can find it at your nearset Radioshack store.