With millions of views and countless opinions immediately after the reveal, you can’t call the teaser video for Star Wars Episode VII anything but a huge success. While there are some camps seriously doubting things like a lightsaber with a funky looking crossguard and shouting about JJ Abrams and his inability to exist without lens flares, the overall positive response from the trailer has spawned some hilarious remakes over the long weekend. The top three in a growing list, however, come with their own set of jokes.
The conversation surrounding modular computing in mobile devices is a complicated one. Most of the market is deeply invested in making the thinnest, most powerful machine they can sell for under $800, and that environment doesn’t lend itself well to being able to hot-swap your camera on the fly or being able to add a sensor when you have the need. Still, it’s hard to watch what is happening with Google’s Project Ara prototypes and be impressed. To make things more interesting, there’s now a new player in this arena with modular computing aspirations whose approach is a great deal less complicated.
iPhones continue to get thinner, larger, and more powerful every year, but battery life clearly isn’t a priority for the engineering team at Cupertino. For many heavy users, the iPhone 6’s built-in battery just doesn’t offer enough juice. Fortunately, there is a simple solution for this problem: the battery case.
据Re/code消息，The Verge母公司Vox Media再次融资4650万美金，General Atlantic领投，加上其在D轮融到的4000万美金和此前的3560万美金，Vox Media在过去的六年里已融资1.1亿美金，此次融资后Vox Media估值达3.8亿美金。
When a group calling themselves Guardians of Peace pulled off a massive hack of the Sony Pictures network last week, their motivation was unclear. Now it looks like they wanted to hit Sony where it hurt: in its wallet.