Venture into any store selling TVs today and it’s clear that HD is no longer the focus. Manufacturers want you to spend some extra cash and buy a TV capable of displaying 4K […]
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The new Adam Sandler movie Pixels is currently being savaged by critics and moviegoers alike with a Rotten Tomatoes score of 17%. Still, Columbia Pictures is apparently worried that someone might have interest in […]
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Pixels is out in theaters, and boy it’s getting some bad reviews. It’s currently at 19% on Rotten Tomatoes, and MovieBob’s expletive-ridden YouTube review of the film has almost topped a million views […]
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Sony needs to move quickly as there might be dueling emoji films in the near future. We kid you not.
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Like in Independence Day, New York will be a battleground. Unlike Independence Day: everything else.
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It’s not just the resolution you should look at when deciding on a new smartphone or tablet, but also the type of screen technology used. There are LCDs and AMOLEDs out there, each […]
How many pixels is enough? It’s a question technology enthusiasts have been struggling with for years, but it seems the answer is simply “always more.” It looks like 1080p smartphones are about to […]
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Disney's new PixelBots can move with grace, and in their newest video dance out an elaborate retelling of the origin of life and universe itself.
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Pixelstick is a fairly simple Kickstarter project that will allow backers to do light painting with unprecedented detail and all sorts of avenues for innovation.
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Pixel art is all around us. It may have been popularized by computer graphics and, more specifically, video games, but it’s much, much more than that.
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