With “The Dark Knight” surpassing $400 million this week, there’s already talk of what DC has in store when the movie hits Blu-ray. Not too long ago, Sony introduced a feature for Blu-ray dubbed “BD-Live,” which creates endless possibilities for the platform.
BD-Live is a newly developed Blu-ray feature that enables you to access content via your internet-connected Blu-ray player.
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Shrek 2 broke the $400 million mark in 43 days, but that’s no match for our favorite super hero. “The Dark Knight” surpassed that mark in 19 days with $405.7 million, breaking yet another record. The most highly anticipated of the franchise, it’s done wonders for DC and for the movie industry as well.
So what do people think about Microsoft’s Windows Vista? Apparently, nothing but bad things. The negative reviews and complaints have piled up against the OS and now Microsoft is looking to do something about it.
They’ve launched a new ad campaign called “The Mojave Experiment.”
Every man wants an HDTV. If any women are reading this, take note of this for your husbands, boyfriends, best friends, etc. If your TV is already HD, then you should have also upgraded your DVD player to a Blu-Ray player. If you haven’t then we suggest you go do that right now. Yes now. Every week, we will let you know what movies are coming out on Blu-ray so definitely look out for that.
Here’s this week’s releases:
Merrill Lynch and consulting company Capgemini recently released the 2008 World Wealth Report, outlining what the world’s ultra-rich are splurging on. High Net Worth Individuals (HNWI) are those with at least $1 million in financial assets, excluding collectibles, consumables, consumer durables, and primary residences.
Yahoo just before the weekend announced that its digital management servers would be taken down. Since their music files are DRM-protected, the use of the files would be severly limited.
Carrie Davis, spokeswoman for Yahoo Music, told InformationWeek, “You’ll be compensated for whatever you paid for the music.”
Hate having to pull out your 15″ laptop from it’s bag in order to pass through checkpoints at airports? Don’t you hate that after the x-ray portion, it ends up at the bottom of the pile before the security guard checks your ticket and you can put your shoes back on?