Downloading copyrighted movies via torrents is illegal, which we’re sure many of you guys are well-aware of, although admittedly that hasn’t stopped many from continuing to do so, which is why services like Netflix are pretty popular because it means that users won’t have to wait for the delivery of their DVD or Blu-ray since content can be streamed directly.
Interestingly enough it seems that even movie streams can be pirated, which is what Popcorn Time is looking to do. Popcorn Time is a desktop app available for Mac, Windows, and Linux computers, and when installed it allows users to stream movies, all sorts of movies including the latest ones, onto their computer for free!
Read full post →Popcorn Time Is The Netflix Equivalent For Pirates
The iPhone 4 was released back in 2010, which means that the handset is about four years old now. While the phone does support iOS 7, it’s probably in the best interest of iPhone 4 users to install the update simply because the phone is having a really hard time handling the software, or at least that’s what the reports claim.
In fact The New York Times claims that this is “planned obsolescence” which basically means that Apple is making life difficult for iPhone 4 users so that they’d ditch their phone for something newer, like the iPhone 5s perhaps. However the good news is that thanks to iOS 7.1, using the iPhone 4 is actually a lot better now.
Read full post →iPhone 4 Gets New Lease On Life With iOS 7.1