A new research digs deep into the box office revenues highlighting some interesting finds: blockbuster films improved their performance, while smaller products were hurt.
OnePlus' two new phones, Lenovo's foldable PC, and more in episode 2 of the Neowin Podcast
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Alfonso is a self-confessed news junkie living somewhere in Sounthern Italy (Campania), not too far from Naples. Thanks to his friends, he got addicted with computers, video games and ICT technology in his teen years and thus far he has never abandoned the way of the silicon. One cloudy day, maybe it was 1997 or 1998, he went on the Internet to download some M.A.M.E. (yes, that god-made emulator masterpiece) related stuff and his life became "connected" forever. He started his computer "career" with MS-DOS 5.something and is mainly a Windows-guy who likes tinkering with hardware, software, partitions and everything "retro" (computer-related). Oh, and he plays video games every single time he can afford it.
In 2006 Alfonso started following his new career path as a writer for non-professional and (afterward) professional Italian sites and publications about ICT and technology, and in June 2008 he opened his multi-language blog (Italian and English) pompously naming it "Sir Arthur's Den". Aside from Neowin.net and the aforementioned blog, right now Alfonso writes for Punto Informatico - one of the most read ICT news sites in Italy.
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Australian scientists found a deep hollow instead of the island that Google Maps and world atlases depicted as laying on a corner of the Pacific Ocean.
Kim DotCom's new on-line service will have a New Zealand-based domain, the entrepreneur confirms. And it will work with the due respect of the local laws.
The Firefox foundation announced the settlement with the USA government over funding from Google. Mozilla didn't want to pay tax for the money, now the company is paying regardless.
The USA-based library of digital artefacts has captured and archived an enormous amount of data: 10 Petabytes of text, audio and video contents freely and publicly available to users and researchers.
Mountain View is supposedly working on a client-based antivirus solution for the Android marketplace. “Suspicious”, unmistakable strings have been found within the new version of Play app.
A recently-assigned US patent describes a system to remotely control and (if needed) censor manufacturing of 3D objects infringing copyrighted products and brands.
The “encryption-enabler” browser add-on made by the EFF collective gets a new update, adding up many web sites to its protection list and promising a safer World Wide Web for everyone.
The Asian giant is about to land in the USA, where the company will deploy its first manufacturing facility. The operation will help Lenovo better serve the local market and grow faster.
The Japanese company announced a new laser-based technology capable of doubling storage density of magnetic hard disks. Expect ginormous HDDs within a two-year time frame
The most popular BitTorrent website is back after a bit of downtime. The culprit is a defective part that had to be replaced on-site, the Bay crew said.
Italian researchers have developed a new bootkit capable of infecting the UEFI platform and hijacking the Windows 8 kernel. It's now easier to create such nasty things, the researchers say.
The job listing company is now the (seemingly) proud owner of Geeknet's on-line media business. Dice is now eager to let its customers reach “millions of engaged tech professionals”.
Mountain View secured the company managing the well-known on-line scanning service: we will improve faster, VirusTotal says, while still being autonomous.
A study from the World Wide Web Foundation highlights how the world uses the Internet - and the Web in particular - and how much this use has impacted the nations and their development.