President Obama today outlined an upcoming executive action to increase US broadband speeds and reduce its cost, something he intends to announce at a speech tomorrow in Cedar Falls, Iowa, and again in his sixth State of the Union address next week.
The Galaxy Alpha might have been among the best phones Samsung ever produced — it’s certainly the prettiest — if it weren’t for a couple of stumbles: the battery didn’t last long enough and its full flagship price forced it to compete against better-rounded rivals. Now, just a few brief months after its introduction, the Alpha is reportedly being supplanted by its successor Galaxy A5, which will take over as the leading Samsung handset for the mid-range market.
ET News reports that the Galaxy A5, which launched in China last month, is being brought over to South Korea as part of Samsung’s effort to “take the bull by the horns” and reorganize its slumping smartphone division. The 5-inch A5 is a continuation of the Alpha’s design…
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Nexa Rust from Fontfabric Type Foundry is a multifaceted font system consisting of font sub-families Sans, Slab, Script, Handmade and Extras.
Each of these sub-families contains a number of font weights which have a characteristic warm, rough look and display a few degrees of saturation.
Along with all of this, you will also discover added groups of extras which could serve as a foundation or add that extra “cherry on the cake” to each unique design.
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More pixels and lower prices trump the blackest blacks for Sony, which is reportedly suspending its efforts to make OLED television sets. Instead, reports Japan’s Nikkei, the company is shifting its focus to 4K sets that use more traditional liquid crystal displays. Those sets are markedly less expensive to produce, sell at lower prices, and already make up nearly half of the sets Sony plans to offer over the course of the next year.
One year ago, Oculus founder Palmer Luckey told me that his virtual reality headset company had no intention to sell. He said that the team had agreed, for the time being, to stay independent — to make sure that it didn’t have to cater to another company’s business strategy in order to further its goals. When Oculus raised $ 100 million in funding, it seemed that independence was assured, even though the company picked up a few new bosses along the way. But today, Facebook bought Oculus for $ 2 billion, including $ 400 million in cash.
If Oculus already had enough money to launch its consumer virtual reality platform, why would it sell to Mark Zuckerberg? We just asked Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe and founder Palmer Luckey that very…