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After escaping from the planet Krypton years ago, 24-year-old Kara Zor-El is embracing her superhuman abilities. Better known as Supergirl, her latest adventures were to be showcased in a CBS pilot scheduled to air this coming November. This morning and six months early, the much-anticipated pilot leaked online. After making an appearance as far back as 1958, Supergirl was intended to be a female counterpart to DC Comicsâ€™ Superman who first appeared 20 years earlier. While successful in her own right, she never quite reached the dizzy heights of the Clark Kent-based character. This yeah, however, the world is braced for the return of Supergirl in a new CBS TV series. Featuring Melissa Benoist (Glee, Homeland, Law and Order) as Kara Zor-El, an alien who has hidden her powers since escaping from Krypton, the show will see her transform into Supergirl and â€œthe superhero she was meant to be.â€ After a commitment in September 2014, the series was officially picked up by CBS earlier this month. The pilot was scheduled to debut in November, but those plans have now massively unraveled after the episode leaked online, six months earlier than its planned debut. Two â€˜Sceneâ€™ release groups â€“ DiMENSiON and LOL â€“ competed to premiere the title first this morning, with the latter beating the former by around 90 seconds. LOLâ€™s version is a convenient 400mb so likely to become the most sought after copy. On the other hand DiMENSiONâ€™s is more than 15 times the size, but for 1080p connoisseurs itâ€™ll be worth the wait. Although itâ€™s certainly possible that the pilot contains hidden watermarks, as far as visible identifiers go the 46 minute episode looks very clean. As illustrated by the image below, there are no tell-tale â€˜property ofâ€™ warnings that are regularly seen on â€˜screenerâ€™ copies of leaked movies. The leak of the pilot came as a complete surprise a couple of hours ago so download stats on BitTorrent sites are a currently quite modest 25,000 or so. However, given the anticipated media snowball effect during the day the number of downloads is likely to increase dramatically, probably to more than a million by this time tomorrow. The Supergirl leak comes just weeks after the first four episodes of the new series of Game of Thrones leaked online. That event triggered a piracy crazy that continues to this day. Whether more episodes of Supergirl will leak online in the days to come is unknown but in any event it seems likely that CBS will try to stem the current tide. The company is a prolific sender of DMCA takedown notices and regularly sends more than 100,000 each week to Google alone. Update: Another pilot has leaked, this time of the forthcoming NBC TV series â€˜Crowdedâ€˜. Leaked by the same groups (LOL and DiMENSiON, which are connected) it is available in qualities up to 1080p. It runs for 22 minutes. Supergirl trailer https://youtu.be/Lm46-envrHo https://torrentfreak.com/supergirl-pilot-leaks-to-torrent-sites-six-months-early-150522/
After hearing argument from both the prosecutor and the organization in control of Sweden's .SE domain names this week, the Stockholm District Court will now consider the fate of two key Pirate Bay domains. With a verdict due in less than two weeks, will the Court order a historic confiscation or will the notorious site maintain its Swedish links? A small Scandinavian country in Northern Europe, Sweden has become a key battleground for international copyright holders looking to stamp their authority on millions of BitTorrent users. Attacking the sites they populate is a key strategy and above all others the destruction of The Pirate Bay is paramount. Born and developed in Sweden, the now notorious site is no longer the most popular in the world (that crown is currently worn by KickassTorrents) but its profile ensures it remains a target with massive propaganda value. When The Pirate Bay is crushed a corner will have been turned, Hollywood and the record labels believe. Over the years the site has been squeezed out of Sweden, and Sweden has been squeezed out of the site. Numerous court orders and raids have ended its physical presence in the country and its Swedish management have long since gone. Indeed, as far as its operations at this moment are concerned, the only big connection the site has with Sweden is its domain name â€“ ThePirateBay.se â€“ and authorities are now doing whatever they can to break that most visible link. ThePirateBay.se (the siteâ€™s main domain) and PirateBay.se (a lesser used alternative) are being targeted by Prosecutor Fredrik Ingblad, the man behind the operation thattook the site down in December. Filed back in 2013 at the District Court of Stockholm, the motion targets Punkt SE, the organization responsible for Swedenâ€™s top level .SE domain. This week the parties met in the Stockholm District Court, each putting forward their side of the argument. Ingblad didnâ€™t respond to TorrentFreakâ€™s offer to contribute to this article, but we know that he believes that Pirate Bay domains are criminal tools that enable copyright infringement, tools that should be confiscated by the state. Punkt SE, on the other hand, maintains that holding a registry responsible for infringement has no basis in law. Furthermore, disabling domains is an ineffective way to deal with infringement. â€œWe believe it is wrong to pursue legal action against a top-level administrator like .SE to take away a service from the internet,â€ Punkt SEâ€™s Maria Ekelund informs TF. â€œTo confiscate a domain name is ineffective and disproportionate to achieve the impact of the earlier judgment, that is, to suspend access to the service itself.â€ In 2009, Swedish ISP Black Internet was ordered to stop providing Internet access to The Pirate Bay. The ISP initially declined to appeal the ruling but appeared to change its mind after its infrastructure was subjected to a huge cyber-attack. While the appeal was granted, the ISP failed to have the original decision overturned and subsequently blocked all traffic into and out of the IP addresses used by The Pirate Bay. For The Pirate Bay, the dream of trouble-free hosting in Sweden was largely over. But still, the site has found a way to stay online, no matter where in the world it has thrown anchor. Punkt SE believes that taking away Pirate Bayâ€™s domain will do little to change that. â€œTo remove a domain name can be likened to taking away a sign that shows the address to a store operating illegally. Just because the sign disappears, does not mean the business disappears,â€ Ekelund adds. â€œHowever, we think it is good that the issue should be examined because the legal situation is unclear. This case differs from previous cases because it is not only directed against the holder, but also directly against .SE.â€ So now the waiting begins. In less than two weeks the Stockholm District Court will hand down its decision. Victory for Punkt will underpin the registryâ€™s stance on limited liability and will buy The Pirate Bay more time. A win for the prosecutor will deliver a fairly serious blow to the site and draw a line in the sand for others looking to embark on similar adventures. But, perhaps more importantly, in the event the Court sides with the prosecution, Sweden will at last rid itself of the site that put the country in the crosshairs of the United States. No longer serviced from Swedish soil, with hardware or domain names, The Pirate Bay will be cut adrift to float at sea. Where will it dock next? That will remain a secret, at least for now. https://torrentfreak.com/historic-pirate-bay-domain-decision-will-arrive-early-may-150430/
UPDATED: 13 April 2015 - Now you can add Music torrents. - Account section is functional, allows you to change password. - Displays torrent files. https://azntorrents.me We are excited to announce, that the early beta version of new AsiaTorrents website is online!!! We would like to request everyone to help us test! What to do? - register and login to use to the website! - Download some torrents! - Upload few torrents! *** Most of things doesn't work! Please don't complain! *** Everything you upload will be deleted! *** User accounts will be deleted, If you cant login, create a new user! Comment or Suggest on our forums Poll: Should we have lighter or darker theme on new AsiaTorrents? Vote Here FAQ - Will new AsiaTorrents be on a new domain? I dont know yet, I am thinking about changing, new domain is always better for torrent sites! - Will i lose my ratio, bonus and download history? No, we will migrate your account as it is!
I'll just lie down in the snow and close my eyes. GameSpot's early access reviews evaluate unfinished games that are nonetheless available for purchase by the public. While the games in question are not considered finished by their creators, you may still devote money, time, and bandwidth for the privilege of playing them before they are complete. The review below critiques a work in progress, and represents a snapshot of the game at the time of the review's publication. If Gary Paulsenâ€™s The Hatchet were a videogame, and not a coming-of-age novel, I doubt the eponymous axe would have survived the first hour. A couple swings into the process of building a makeshift shelter, and the young hero wouldâ€™ve found himself stirred by a sudden and terrible acuity: â€œHatchet durability at 27% percent. Hatchet is in danger of breaking.â€ Sorry Brian: I guess your mom should have splurged for the Hatchet +1. Good luck with the wolves. Flares can fend of the darkness, or a wolfPlanned obsolescence bothers me enough when Iâ€™m buying cell phones, so Iâ€™m not much pleased when it rears its head right as Iâ€™m in the middle of fending off virtual zombies or slaying dragons. Youâ€™d think of all the videogame scenarios, a survival adventure would be the worst possible venue for tools that break after a couple minutes of use towards their expressed purpose. And yet here I am, wandering the chilly wilderness of The Long Dark with socks that last a couple days and six backup can openers. The Long Dark dubs the singular mode currently on the menu its sandbox, which is a pretty playful-sounding name for what turns out to be â€œwandering a godforsaken forest until you eventually expire of cold or hunger.â€ Thereâ€™s a bit of perfunctory exposition describing you as the sole survivor of a plane crash, and then youâ€™re unceremoniously dumped into a random part of the gameâ€™s single map and encouraged to find what shelter and sustenance you can. But thereâ€™s no search crew coming to find you, and no civilization to reach--youâ€™re to ultimately succumb to the elements, one way or another. A few found tools and some looted granola bars can stave off the cold creep of death, if only for a spell. But thereâ€™s no search crew coming to find you, and no civilization to reach--youâ€™re to ultimately succumb to the elements, one way or another. Surviving The Long Dark is pretty formulaic, really: find an area of previous human habitation, ransack its cabinets for additional clothing and foodstuffs, make a fire, sleep a time, and then set off in search of the next building. A found rifle can allow for some rudimentary hunting if you happen to stumble upon it, and a hatchet will let you allot time and energy to the chopping of firewood. But any activity, from building a fire to sleeping consumes precious calories and resources, and keeping those counts above the red is an ever-present concern. Paulsenâ€™s protagonist survived for some fifty days in remote Canadian wilds before being rescued. By way of contrast, The Long Dark reports that I first clocked out of the mortal coil after four days. But the passage of days loses its evocative power when you speed up its rate, as The Long Dark does, or when the player can set a timer for sleep and be walking again in seconds. So itâ€™s the items that end up becoming the more tangible measure of timeâ€™s passing--the appetite-curbing power of the food, or the durability of the familiar tools. And itâ€™s there where The Long Dark takes some curious liberties, because intuitively, we know that you shouldnâ€™t have to eat a dozen energy bars and a pound of venison to sustain yourself day-to-day. We know a crowbar doesnâ€™t lose half its integrity after being used to pry open a couple lockers. When I play The Long Dark I donâ€™t feel like a survivalist, stretching my resources; I feel like an insatiable force that roves through the environment, picking it clean. Everythingâ€™s too fleeting, when the demands of the situation should encourage just the opposite: an intimate connection to belongings that have taken on heightened significance. Tom Hanks cried when he lost his volleyball in Castaway, after all. The wilderness often feels too inert.Iâ€™ve been trying to track the source of these issues of scale, and my hunch is that theyâ€™re all trickling down from the problem of the mapâ€™s size. It doesnâ€™t take long to see all there is to see in The Long Dark--a few rudimentary structures, a lot of inert trees with branches you clip through, and a couple landmarks, like a dam and a lake. Climb a hill, or roam anywhere that looks like itâ€™s off the critical path, and youâ€™ll encounter a rock wall that tamps you back into your snowy coffin. Perhaps staying put is sometimes the savvy thing to do when youâ€™re really stranded in the woods. But for a player, the feeling of being penned in chafes at a natural inclination to explore. The Long Dark intermittently seems to acknowledge this, with a beautiful nightscape over a frozen lake, or a pale, ice blue cast of light through windows of a long-abandoned building. Step indoors, and the wind howls at you from outside like itâ€™s upset that it lost its prey. There are wolves howling out there too, but that spine-tingling atmospheric touch goes right out the window once you actually see one. Wolves in The Long Dark donâ€™t hunt, or sneak, or operate in packs. They just lazily patrol back and forth around points of interest--oblivious, like a stealth videogame guard with an asphyxiation fetish. But Iâ€™m not sure The Long Dark needs a live threat, when cold, hunger, and exhaustion feel tethered to you. At any given moment thereâ€™s some ailment occupying a corner of your screen, telling you youâ€™re â€œfreezing,â€ or â€œexhausted,â€ or â€œstarving.â€ As cues go, theyâ€™re a bit on-the-nose, but when the wind picks up as youâ€™re limping on a sprained ankle towards a distant shelter, you start to feel something of its bite, all the same. One of them got me in the end, anyway, when I decided to see what would happen if I tried to take a nap outdoors in a snowstorm. I simply didnâ€™t care anymore. I donâ€™t expect my motivations to align with my characterâ€™s--not explicitly, at least. Heâ€™s angling for another day of life. Iâ€™m in it for an interesting experience, and maybe a bit of pathos. But thereâ€™s the rub: we each need something to help us sustain the effort, and Iâ€™m tired of scrounging for his fifth helping of canned peaches. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
It kind of threw people for a loop when the first image of Arnold Schwarzeneggerin the upcoming film Maggie first circulated the Interwebs. For those who werenâ€™t aware of the projectâ€™s announcement or casting, the film stars Schwarzenegger (obvs) alongside Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine) in a zombie movie that is decidedly different from something like Day of the Dead or even Zombieland (which Breslin also starred in). Maggie uses the premise of the zompocalypse to tell a much more intimate, indie-style story about a girl named Maggie (Breslin) who is one of many people infected in the zombie outbreak. Knowing her impending doom is approaching, Maggie finds comfort at home on the family farm, in the care of her loving father, Wade (Schwarzenegger). The film soon premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival, but now we have a better idea when it will be hitting theaters outside the festival circuit. Lionsgate has picked up Maggie and will be releasing it in theaters in early 2015. According to the official press release: Lionsgate (NYSE: LGF), a premier next generation global content leader, has acquired the North American distribution rights to the apocalyptic thriller Maggie, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger (the Terminator andExpendables franchises, Total Recall, Batman and Robin), Academy Award-nominated Abigail Breslin (Little Miss Sunshine, Enderâ€™s Game) and Joely Richardson (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, the hit TV series The Tudors and Nip/Tuck). The film tells the story of a deadly zombie virus that has put a plague on the world. When Maggie, a vivacious young woman becomes infected, her father brings her home to let her be with their family. As Maggieâ€™s condition worsens, their relationship is tested, a fatherâ€™s love holding on stronger than the disease. This heart-wrenching twist on the zombie apocalypse puts a human face on an inexplicable horror. Abigail Breslin in â€˜Maggieâ€™ The hook of the film (for cinephiles anyway) is that the script was penned by John Scott 3 and made the 2011 Hollywood Black List of Best Unproduced Screenplays. It is being directed by Henry Hobson, a visual artist renowned for his title credits sequences. Thatâ€™s some promising upcoming talent behind this film, and while Schwarzeneggerâ€™s recent role choices havenâ€™t resulted in box office gold, per se, this looks like the actor trying a change of pace â€“ and Breslinâ€™s presence bodes well for that direction. Lookâ€¦ thereâ€™s the end of THE world, and then there are events that feel like the end of OUR world, on a personal level. Maggie looks like it will deal with both scales of that drama. Movies like Romeroâ€™s Dead movies â€“ and now TV series like WalkingDead - have almost left us with zombie overload â€“ but this film somehow feels like has carved out a niche all for itself. Weâ€™re intrigued â€“ thatâ€™s all the lure you need. Maggie will be in theaters in early 2015. http://screenrant.com/schwarzenegger-maggie-movie-2015-release-date/
Itâ€™s been said time and time again that Tim Cookâ€™s not an innovator like Steve Jobs. As of last summer, some tech analysts were calling for Tim Cookâ€™s resignation as CEO because he didnâ€™t possess the engineering nature of Appleâ€™s former late CEO. At the same time, however, Tim Cook is Steve Jobâ€™s handpicked successor for the Apple throne â€“ and, whatever the reason, Steve Jobs chose him. One reason Cook was Jobsâ€™s choice may have something to do with his skill in retail operations. Cookâ€™s been on the hunt to bring Apple customers back to Apple retail stores across the United States, particularly because US customers have a tendency to shop for new iPhones at their local retail stores. Most contract-minded individuals looking for a new iPhone rely on their carrier (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint), while off-contract customers who desire a T-Mobile or AT&T prepaid agreement buy their devices from either T-Mobile or AT&T retail stores. Some buy their devices from local Apple retail stores so that they can also pick up an accessory or two â€“ but the majority of customers buy from wireless carriers. Tim Cook wants to change this wireless carrier mindset of American iPhone customers who think of the Apple Store as the last place theyâ€™d turn to for their iPhone purchase. With this goal in mind, one new rumor churning out of the mill suggests that Apple may offer early upgrade plans to its customers sometime soon (perhaps this Fall with the arrival of the iPhone 6). Now, T-Mobile iPhones can be purchased at Apple stores for off-contract agreements, but T-Mobile customers must pay full price for an unlocked iPhone 5s (for example), which comes in at around $692, or get on a two-year agreement with carriers AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint. The new early upgrade plans would take the original T-Mobile price at an Apple Store (full price for an iPhone 6) and allow T-Mobile customers, with a credit check, to purchase the device for a certain amount down with a certain amount added to the customerâ€™s T-Mobile bill each month. As with Verizonâ€™s EDGE plans and AT&Tâ€™s Next plans, Apple Store customers would get to sign agreements with Apple stores but get the new iPhone 6 for $0 down with a certain amount due each month. After paying off about 50% of the iPhone 6 price with 6 months of the agreement completed, iPhone 6 users would be eligible to upgrade from a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 to the 5.5-inch iPhone 6. Apple only has one iPhone announcement each year, so six-month upgrades will leave iPhone customers with nowhere to go. Of course, if an iPhone user wants to upgrade from a 16GB to a 32GB, 64GB, or 128GB model, however, the customer can make that decision as well. With Appleâ€™s decision to bring iPhone 6 early upgrade plans to its American retail stores, the companyâ€™s sending the message that it really wants to win its customers back in retail. Appleâ€™s first move to win back numbers in retail stores involved granting T-Mobile customers access to iPhones that were specifically intended for T-Mobileâ€™s network (AWS-enabled iPhones, as opposed to typical unlocked iPhones that were once incompatible with T-Mobileâ€™s 4G LTE network and only ran on 3G wireless).