Trailers for See with Jason Momoa, Dickinson with Hailee Steinfeldand The morning show with Steve Carrell, Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston have all been released, and we are ready for all new possibilities of excessive consumption.
PCMag has signed an agreement to help you prepare all new content: Until Sunday, September 16, you can save up to $ 700 on a 55 inches or 65 inches model of OLED TVs Sony A9G Master Series. (PCMag belongs to Mashable's editor, Ziff Davis.)
The Bravia A9G has won not one but two awards at CES, and is a very close brother of the popular Sony A9F (named by Mashable as one of best 4K TVs you can get now). This is not just a TV on which you get a discount, and the prices are up to $ 500 more than the Amazon offers.
Sony's X1 Ultimate Image Processor can resize images and reduce noise on the screen, while Sony's Triluminos Display paints the screen with a bright, lifelike color palette. Pixel Contrast Booster helps deepen blacks and bring out dark scenes – a simple way to explain what an OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TV does for your content.
Sound at the concert hall comes to you with Acoustic Surface Audio +, using two subwoofers to vibrate the sound in different directions. Just imagine a party at home with that.
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Darkwoldmod, publisher and moderator darkwingmod, has posted a video of his new Sony PS2 home-made notebook – something Sony has never built, but after seeing it, he might have had to? be. According to his articles, the so-called "PiS2" is based on a Raspberry Pi 2 card connected to a PS2-to-HDMI output, which is connected to a 5.6-inch HDMI display.
Instead of installing a DVD player, the portable unit use a Raspberry Pi SMB server to deliver games. Adapting the Raspberry Pi to the back of the console shell was a bit difficult, and Darkwingmod eventually removed most of the headers from the board. There is a long thread on BitBuilt.net which plunges into the construction of the unit, with different users who resonate with documents showing how the components are interconnected and bringing ideas for overall fit and finish.
This is a rather interesting reading if you are in the whole scene of the homebrew console. Projects like this can take years – the main thread resumes in 2017 after a four-year break from Darkwingmod and continues until now, showing how the various components of the platform have regrouped. There are pictures with details of the breadboard showing how everything is wired internally.
One point I want to draw is that this portable unit actually contains a physical motherboard from a PS2. The Raspberry Pi 2 SMB server is used to transfer games to the PS2 via an Ethernet port, replacing the role of a DVD player. Therefore, what you will see in the video below is not an emulator: it is the motherboard of a PS2 that does the heavy work, with games served with a Raspberry Pi.
The amount of wiring and soldering needed to gather all this is rather impressive. The PiS2 even supports the option to switch the console between the portable output and the TV output. You can still play it with the video displayed on a larger TV, in other words.
The battery life is limited and the system displays a warning when the voltage drops below 6.3V. This gives about 1 hour and 15 minutes of reading. It's not great, but remember that it uses an original PS2 card, not a modern emulator running on a more efficient platform. In this case, an emulator running above the RBP natively would probably result in lower power consumption, but it would also cause the different headaches associated with emulation. I struggled to install a PS2 emulator on a PC this year, and while it is quite feasible, there is still a lot of troubleshooting to do. A six-year project with rather heavy construction requirements may not be considered less painful, but it's a really cool way to create a unique product.
It is traditional that Sony launches two flagship phones a year. So, of course, everyone expected his great IFA 2019 announcement to be the Xperia 2. After all, he released the Xperia 1 earlier this year. Instead, Sony unveiled the Xperia 5. The numbering system is unusual because this phone is essentially a smaller version of the Xperia 1, which could make many people very happy.
For years, Sony was the only smartphone manufacturer who has resisted the trend towards increasingly larger phones. Companies that manufactured "mini" versions of their phones often prevented them from lowering prices. Sony has simply created the "compact" editions of its biggest flagship phones with the same features and specifications. It has moved away from that when sales have dropped, but the Xperia 5 could be a comeback to form.
The Xperia 1 sports a 6.5-inch 4K OLED display, but its 21: 9 ratio. This makes it very large and narrow. So, it was more comfortable to hold in one hand than a 16: 9 or 18: 9 phone with the same diagonal. Although, the overall length makes the phone a little awkward sometimes. The Xperia 5 has an OLED of 6.1 inches in 1080p and it is still 21: 9. Of a width of only 68 mm, it will be easy to use with one hand, provided not to have to reach the top of the screen too often. In comparison, the 10+ score is almost one centimeter wider.
Inside, the Xperia 5 has almost the same configuration as the Xperia 1. There is a Snapdragon 855, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. The battery is necessarily a little smaller at 3140mAh (3.300mAh in the Xperia 1), but the lower resolution display should more than compensate. The phone runs Android 9 Pie and Android 10 has just been launched a few days ago. It's not uncommon for phones launched every fall to offer a one-year-old version of Android, and Sony's track record with Android updates is at best uneven.
The Xperia 5's three-camera system includes a 12MP main unit, a 12MP telephoto lens, and a 12MP wide-angle shooter. Sony states that the camera application uses the same autofocus technology as that of its line of cameras without Alpha mirror. However, Sony's software processing is behind Google and Samsung.
The Xperia 5 is expected to be available for pre-order next week in Europe and shipped in October. We have no price, nor confirmation of an American launch schedule for the moment.
Memorial Day feels like it was just the day before, and then September hit us like a brick – but at least we have Labor Day sales as a cure. to the blues of the post-summer.
Dell, Walmart and Amazon have TV deals competing with Black Friday to celebrate this long weekend. If you order quickly enough, you may even be able to lock this shipment the next day or within two days to make your TV available during the holidays – hello, Hunter of spirit Marathon
He's still under contract for a final try like Spidey of course, as he said back in 2016. But talk to Entertainment Weekly at D23 Expo, Holland seemed jubilant outright about his future as a Marvel – but not necessarily the MCU – a friendly neighborhood crawler wall.
"(A) I know I will continue to play Spider-Man and live the best of my life," said Holland. "It will be so much fun, whatever choice we make." The future of Spider-Man will be different, but it will be both as impressive and surprising, and we will find new ways to make it even more cool . "
Yes, Holland said that he was on the hook for three Spidey movies solo, but without really knowing how his contract is worded nor what will be the outcome of the Marvel / Sony negotiations, there will not be any. had no reason to assume that it was a lock to continue.
The president of Marvel Studios also spoke to ew, although he did not say anything concrete about how negotiations with Sony could succeed. He however took a dismal note when talking about the MCU's race with Spider-Man, yet calling it "a dream I never thought I'd imagine."
Feige continued, "It was never going to last forever, we knew we would be able to do it, and we told the story we wanted to tell, and I'll always be grateful for that."
It certainly leaves no obvious door to Spider-Man's return to the MCU, but he does not close them either. These words make him look more like a guy who says goodbye.
Anyway, the discussions between Marvel and Sony are likely to continue, and will continue until we hear otherwise. There is every reason to assume for the moment that Holland will be back as Spider-Man without MCU – hopefully, with his friends, MJ and Ned and Flash, and maybe a certain Eddie Brock for good measure – but we never know.
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Disney's biennial D23 Expo falls a few days after the news not yet quite official, but still as real, which Marvel and Sony have separated on their Spider-Man joint venture. And judging by fans on social networks, many still heal these still fresh wounds.
A dedicated Spider-stan has taken the time to organize a small memorial outside the Anaheim Convention Center, where the D23 is taking place. This is a small gesture that caused a sensation among fans online.
Here is another photographic look at this cute memorial:
Tom Holland was also at the D23 Expo to represent the upcoming Disney Pixar movie. Forward, in which he plays alongside Chris Pratt. And although there is a lot to say about it story of brotherly and family love, Holland was not able to stop paying tribute to his Marvel family – with a tear that causes Avengers: End of the game reference.
"It was a crazy week," says Tom Holland, referring to the drama of Spider-Man, "but I want you to know, I love you 3000"
– Kyle Buchanan (@kylebuchanan) August 24, 2019
Jeff Goldblum is so disturbed by the news that he has not worked well.
This one … OK, this one is just scary, and I'm afraid the clowns will pick me up if I do not share it. "Far From Homies" is a Great name if.
Generally speaking, fans are generally described as "clueless" by Spidey's potential release from the Marvel film universe, and they are hoping for a big surprise for the weekend – which has not materialized yet. .
That said, there is at least a fantastic example of Spider-Man action at D23 Expo.
It is worth mentioning before leaving: no one knows at this stage what will happen. The Marvel / Sony split is apparently not yet completely blocked and it is still possible that Spidey will return to the MCU.
But for the moment, the crowd of D23 Expo, in love with Marvel, is confronted with complicated feelings as she attends a convention that aims to tout all Disney properties with Spidey images apparently stuck everywhere.
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