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Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Tags:#start#startups Related Posts dana oshiro Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… The folks at Boxee have certainly been busy. The streaming media software company celebrated a Windows release, a deal penned with Major League Baseball (complete with instant replay on games) and partnerships with Digg, Tumblr and Current TV. It was evident a year ago that this web TV company would see its share of success, but its greatest achievement is perhaps the product’s ability to rally an open-source developer community. This week Boxee announced its App Challenge winners in the video, music and photo categories. Below is a brief overview of the winning 3rd party applications. Video CategoryBBC Live (People’s Choice): Boxee-user Ian Tweedie was disappointed with the selection of Boxee applications available to those outside of the US. While UK-users could already access BBC’s iPlayer, Tweedie created BBC Live in just 10 hours to take the title as the first developer to bring live TV to European Boxee audiences. Says Tweedie, “I’m just a normal guy living in the UK trying my best to find a job whilst using my free time to learn and tryout fun new things… The dev challenge seemed the perfect excuse to dive in, because if TV isn’t electronic heaven, I don’t know what is.”OpenCourseWare (Judges’ Choice): Roshan Revankar created Boxee’s OpenCourseWare App to deliver MIT, Stanford and Berkeley open course video lectures to eager home learners. The app takes advantage of the plethora of course materials from universities with open license educational resources. As OCW has already been heralded as a great stride in the need for accessible education, it’s not surprising that Revankar’s Boxee app took the Judges’ Choice Award for video. Music CategoryDrop.io (People’s Choice):Drop.io and the Drop.io web applet Playlist.io are both well-known fixtures in the streaming music space. For this reason, Jon Steinberg saw a natural fit between the streaming music collaboration capabilities of Drop.io and the ease of Boxee. He hired developer Nick Perez to build DropBoxee and the duo won audience choice for an application that lets users share streaming music downloads in batches. We are Hunted (Judges’ Choice): Nick Dima built the We Are Hunted Boxee app as a way to bring the most popular songs from the web to Boxee audiences. Whereas HypeMachine streams music aggregated from top music blogs, We Are Hunted pulls from blogs as well as from Twitter, MySpace, Facebook and forums. Dima’s We Are Hunted app won accolades as a great tool for music discovery. Photo CategoryFacebook Photos (People’s and Judges’ Choice): UC Berkeley grad student Junda Liu scooped both the audience and judge’s choice for his Facebook Photos application. Says Liu, “I actually started the coding on Saturday afternoon and the app was almost done by Sunday night. Then on Monday, the Memorial Day, I polished the UI, took screen shots and wrote a brief readme.” The application allows users to view Facebook photos and albums as slide shows. Liu plans on further developing the application and asks that users test the app and vote on new features. All of the above applications are available in Boxee’s App Box. To download Boxee sign up on the home page and follow the instructions to install it.
A live image of the upcoming Galaxy S10 has now been leaked on the internet, giving us a more concrete idea of its design. We have known for a while now that the Galaxy S10, S10 Lite and S10+ are coming with punch hole Infinity-O displays going by renders and screen protectors leaked so far. On Thursday, tipster Evan Blass posted a live image of the regular Galaxy S10, which goes by the codename Beyond 1. The image reaffirms the design of the display, and also gives us a look at how small the bezels are going to be.The Galaxy S10 love image only shows us the display, which is arguably the most exciting part about the design. We see a circular hole on the top right corner that houses a single rear camera. The Galaxy S10 and S10 Lite will have a single front-facing camera, while the Galaxy S10+ is rumoured to come with a pill-shaped cutout for two front camera sensors. The bezel around the selfie camera cutout is noticeable and is rumoured to illuminate to show when the front camera is operational – either while taking a photograph or during facial recognition.Samsung Galaxy S10 “Beyond 1,” in the wild. pic.twitter.com/EMquh59KlnEvan Blass (@evleaks) January 3, 2019Moving on, the bezels around the edges of the display look smaller compared to last year’s Galaxy S9, which is the natural trajectory of things. However, as much as we hoped that Samsung would reduce the chin bezel as much as Apple did with the iPhone X, it seems the chin will still be thicker than the top bezel. So things are not going to be as symmetrical as expected, but the lack of a notch means you can still expect an immersive and distraction-free display.advertisementThe Galaxy S10 is being called Beyond 1, while the Lite model is codenamed Beyond 0 and the Galaxy S10+ is codenamed Beyond 2. There are also rumours of a fourth special tenth anniversary model, codenamed Beyond X which is said to come with a massive 6.7-inch display and will support 5G.Samsung Galaxy S10 rumoured specsThe Galaxy S10 Lite is said to come with a 5.8-inch display, while the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10+ will sport 6.1-inch and 6.4-inch screen sizes, respectively. All three phones are expected to come with an in-display fingerprint sensor and should get the latest Snapdragon 855/ Exynos 9820 SoC. It is also said that the ‘Plus’ will come with quad cameras on the back, while the regular Galaxy S10 gets a triple camera setup and the Lite version will come with a traditional dual camera system.In the same thread where Blass leaked the latest live image, he adds that the Galaxy S10 will come with a reverse wireless charging feature that will charge other compatible devices and watches, similar to the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. All three Galaxy S10 phones are also rumoured to retain the 3.5mm headphone jack, even though Samsung dropped it on the Galaxy A8s.Samsung Galaxy S10 launch and expected priceThe Galaxy S10 launch date is said to be on January 20, ahead of MWC 2019. The price of the Galaxy S10 Lite is said to start at 699 pounds (approx Rs 63,000), while the Galaxy S10 with 128GB of internal storage will cost 799 pounds (approx Rs 70,600) and the 512GB model will be priced at 999 pounds (approx Rs 90,000). Lastly, we have the Galaxy S10+ which is said to start at 899 pounds (approx Rs 81,000) for the 128GB variant.ALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite case render shows Infinity-O display, wireless charging supportALSO READ | New Samsung Galaxy S10 leaks say smaller chin, swipe gesture from selfie cameraALSO READ | Samsung reportedly working on a Bright Night feature for better low-light shots, may debut with Galaxy S10