Without really trying, William Friedkin has been on the cutting edge for nearly half a century.
He won Best Picture and Best Director for “The French Connection” (1971), followed it up with the scariest movie of all time (1973’s “The Exorcist”), and… Continue reading William Friedkin on New Technology, the 'Exorcist' Curse, and the McConnaissance
BARC is all set to begin delivering television ratings data from the first week of October 2014. Along with providing technological knowhow and licences, Mediametrie will also help BARC procure its own metering hardware
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Mumbai | January 20, 2014
BARC today announced the formal tie-up with Mediametrie of France for some key technology services and licensing for the proposed… Continue reading News Flash: BARC picks Mediametrie as technology partner
Don’t you hate it when you get a shapeshifter only to see it become obsolete the very next season by a newer, better model? Fringe explored that consumer annoyance in its own way tonight, giving us an up-close look at one of the new shapeshifters that makes the old ones look like your 8GB iPod. But “Novation” did more than just that. It answered several lingering questions about the differences… Continue reading Fringe: Technology is a Bitch
A new year has just begun. And if you’re like many of us, you may already be well on your way to forgetting any New Year’s resolutions you made during an evening of revelry. But when it comes to your life with technology, a sobering fact remains: bad habits can cost you. The good news: […] Continue reading Technology resolutions for 2011
The magic of technology is set to bring back The Beatles on stage together. The two surviving members of the Fab Four, Sir Paul McCartney, 68, and Ringo Starr, 70 will perform alongside digital images of late bandmates George Harrison and John Lennon, reports the Daily Star. Macca and drummer Ringo will play with backing […] Continue reading Beatles reuniting on stage, courtesy the magic of technology