I am a big fan of the Batman franchise movies and have watched them the day they released. To be honest, I can’t wait to watch the latest in the series “Dark Knight Rises” on July 20. Dark Knight Rises is definitely going to break box office records all over the world. However, even before the movie has even released, there are several torrent websites which have been filled up with fake torrents for the Dark Knight Rises.
While you might get into trouble legally for downloading the content, there is a high chance that the torrents available on the internet are infected with viruses and spyware which might put your computer at risk.
Back in 2010, Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Part 1 was leaked on Torrent websites and was downloaded millions of times. That leak was potentially intentional because it left off a good part of the movie out of the torrent thus driving users back to the theatre to catch up the rest of the movie. There were also several instances of fake torrents which infected users who downloaded them. The Dark Knight Rises torrents are fake and targeted towards gullible users who will be infected with malware and spyware.
Recently, the demo videos of BlackBerry OS 6.1 has been surfaced online. The new BlackBerry OS 6.1 looks quite similar to the OS 6.0. The demo videos features the unannounced Blackberry Bold Touch 9930. These videos finally confirmed that, the rumored Blackberry Bold Touch is already in the making. Blackberry Bold Touch 9930 will be the first handset from the company to feature the small touchscreen display along with the iconic BlackBerry QWERTY keyboard.
The demo videos shows the hardware as well as the power, volume and convenience keys. Another video shows off the homescreen as well as the multimedia features. The other videos showcase the beautiful backside of the Blackberry Bold Touch 9930 on inserting a SIM. Check out the videos after the break.
The elusive Internet Explorer 9 seems to have popped its head out, this time through a leaked video which is supposedly an actual IE9 beta installation showing off the features of IE9.
The creator of the video claims that they have access to the Internet Explorer 9 Beta installer and the video in question was made using it. IE9 will officially be unveiled in the next few days and considering the features it has or claims to have, it is highly anticipated.
Samsung Galaxy Spica will run on Android 1.5, however it will be getting a Android 2.1 update in future. The phone has a 3.2 inch AMOLED display with a 800MHz processor. It also includes a 3.2 megapixel camera, GPS, Wi-FI and 3.6Mbps HSDPA/UTMS.
Take a look at the demo video of the Samsung Galaxy Spica below, the video has a bit of a problem, but still something is better than nothing right?
The pricing of the device is not yet know, we will keep you posted when we get details about it. What do you think of the Samsung Galaxy Spica? Will you be purchasing it?