They are owls.
They are owls.
We got the Potters yesterday, and today brings us the rest of Harry Potter’s power trio: Hermione (Noma Dumezweni) and Ron (Paul Thornley) with their daughter Rose (Cherrelle Skeete).
De los siete dominios que tenía The Pirate Bay en mayo sólo quedan dos en activo (y muchas operadoras los bloquean a nivel DNS). Popcorn Time va y viene y las mayores comunidades de descargas como YiFY echan el cierre. Play es un nuevo buscador de torrents que se salta las presiones legales: no se puede cerrar.
Good news for everyone who won’t be able to make it to Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: the script for the play will be on sale July 31. That’s right after the official opening of the play. And on Harry’s birthday.
A poco que hayas navegado por páginas de descarga de archivos o con contenidos los habrás visto. Los falsos botones de Play o Download que llevan a páginas con publicidad, con ofertas fraudulentas, o peor, con malware son el pan de cada día. Google se ha propuesto acabar con esa práctica.
I was recently challenged to write a science piece about “Air Bud”. A nearly impossible task, you may think. You’d be right, nearly impossible. But when watching it for the first time today, I discovered a message at this movies heart that’s far more interesting than “Can a Dog play Basketball?”
Google Play Movies & TV now offers offline viewing on Chromebooks—handy, given the hardware's other shortcomings away from an internet connection.
Just in case your cold, cold heart needed any more evidence that other animals can have fun, watch this video of Beco, a 5-year-old elephant at the Columbus Zoo, play with a ball.
First Google Play Books made its way to iOS. Then Google Play Music undertook the pilgrimage. So, it should be little surprise that today Google Play Movies and TV has finally made the jump. This is significant not just because it brings Google's formidable library of content to iOS, but because of the capabilities it…
Google has given Google Play Services for Android a big update—adding turn-based multiplayer support, a preliminary Google Drive API, and improved battery life for all users who run Location Reporting.
You've been hanging back, waffling back and forth. Android or iPhone? But it's decision time, and you've made the call: it's time to trade in the Cupertino Kool-Aid for some Kit Kats. Here's how to do it right.
Harry Potter is getting a prequel, but it's not a book or movie about the Marauders at Hogwarts or the rise of Voldemort. Instead, it's a stage show about Harry Potter's life before he received that precious acceptance letter.
Google Play Music has officially arrived on Glass, so those ahead of the curve can now, um, listen to music.
Google Chrome YouTube just added a simply little feature you'll wonder how you ever lived without. YouTube tabs that are playing video now show a little play icon so you can tell which one of your bajillion tabs is making noise in the background. I'm so happy I could cry.
Cloud storage has transformed the way digital music collectors access their media. But with so many competing hosting services, which should you choose?
Google's Play Store website now links your reviews to your Google+ account. Careful what you write! [Tech Crunch]
What does a culture look like when recreation is forbidden? The Baining, an indigenous group in Papua New Guinea, values work as the highest human ideal, and views play as domain of animals. This has led some anthropologists to deem them "unstudiable" because of their failure to do anything interesting. But a…
Normally an unmitigated disaster on the scale of the Nexus One would normally give a company pause, but not Google. The search giant is jumping back into competition with Apple and Amazon with potential plans to hock Android tablets on its website.
Today Google took steps to get all of its entertainment ducklings in a row. Google Play is the new umbrella that will cover the company's Apps, Movies, Music, and Books offerings. It'll cover both desktops and Android phones. Think iTunes for the Android set.