At $35 the Google Chromecast is a hell of a deal, but Best Buy’s sweetening an already sweet pot. Right now if you buy a Chromecast it comes with 2 months of Hulu Plus and 90 days of Google Play Music All Access, which is $46 worth of content — but if you buy a Chromecast from Best Buy they’re throwing in $20 worth of Google Play Credit so you can stream a movie or two to get comfortable with your new little dongle. Add it all together and you get $66 worth of free subscription and download content and a Chromecast for just the $35 cost of the Chromecast.
Dhallywood is the Bangladeshi cousin to India’s more well known (and well-funded) Bollywood, but with a particularly flamboyant brand of pulp fiction.
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At least 10 people were killed in a mass shooting at a newspaper in Paris known for taking satirical potshots at Muslim leaders, Reuters reported.
Update: We have confirmation from LG that this is an LG watch made for Audi, running a variation of Android Wear. LG is working on a webOS based wearable, but this is unrelated.
At the Audi press conference at CES 2015 today, Audi hailed a series of partnerships with leading tech firms including LG, Samsung Display and NVIDIA as the carmaker unveiled new Android Wear-supported in-car systems. But the press conference wasn’t call cars — Audi board member Ulrich Hackenberg kicked things off by summoning an Audi Prologue onto the stage using a mystery smartwatch.
I was a few hours outside of Los Angeles, tooling down I-5 at the wheel of a sleek Audi A7 on a gorgeous day when a little girl in an SUV smiled and waved. I waved back. With both hands. This immediately freaked her out, and she started jumping up and down. All I could do was laugh, knowing my vigorous wave was in no way a safety hazard. In fact, I hadn’t touched the steering wheel in more than an hour.
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