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Motorola July 28th 2015 Event: Everything you need to know

Motorola made a couple of announcements at their event on July 28th 2015. They announced a new Moto G and two new versions of the Moto X for 2015.Moto G (2015)The updated Moto G for 2015, now has a 5″ HD display with a resolution of 1280 x 720 and 294 ppi with Coring Gorilla Glass 3 to protect it. It is being powered by the1.4 Ghz quad-cord Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor.Depending on which storage size you get, you can choose between 8GB of storage with 1GB of RAM or double that to 16GB of storage with 2GB of RAM.  There  will also be a micro SD card slot with support for up to 32GB.You’ll be able to take some great photos with the 13 megapixel rear-camera which has dual-LED flash (this is the same camera that is found on the Nexus 6). However you’ll only be able to record up to 1080p HD video with this camera (unlike the 4K recording on the Nexus 6).It will be running Android 5.1.1 and will have support for LTE right out of the box.Also new for this year is the ability to customiz…

Bugs Bunny’s 75th Birthday

sachinbahal:What’s up, Doc? Originally posted on Sachin Bahal:Happy Birthday, Bugs Bunny!Today, marks the 75th birthday of the that “wascially wabbit”, Bugs Bunny. He made his first official debut on July 27th 1940.Bugs Bunny first made his appearance in the 1938 short,  Porky’s Hare Hunt. At the time, this was still an early version of the Bugs Bunny that we have come to know and love. This version of Bugs was created by Ben Hardaway and Cal Dalton.Then when the 1940 short, Wild Hare , this was the first official appearance of the Bugs Bunny that we know today. He looked like himself, sounded like himself and it also was the first time that he said his now famous catchphrase, “What’s up, Doc?” The current version of Bugs was created by Tex Avery.The first appearance of Bugs’ name wasn’t until the short, Elmer’s Pet Rabbit which premiered in 1941, which was directed by… View original319 more words


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Disneyland’s 60th Anniversary

sachinbahal:“Here you leave today and enter the world of yesterday, tomorrow, and fantasy.”
― Walt Disney Company Originally posted on Sachin Bahal:from Instagram: http://ift.tt/1LqLKsd On July 17th 1955, Disneyland first opened during a special televised press event on the ABC Television Network. Since then it has become where “dreams do come true.”Walt Disney first had an the idea of Disneyland, when he took his daughters for an outing in Los Angeles. They were visiting, LA’s Griffith Park. He watched them ride on the merry-go-round. Then he thought that there should be a place where adults and their children could go have fun together but Walt’s idea wouldn’t could to together until years later.Disneyland was first dedicated at an “International Press Preview” event which was held on Sunday July 17th, 1955.To all who come to this happy place: Welcome. Disneyland is your land. Here age relives fond memories of the past, and here youth may savor the challenge and promise of the future.…

Happy 30th Anniversary, Back to the Future

Great Scott! This is heavy. It’s been 30 years since the first Back to the Future was released in theatres. It seems just yesterday was 2010 and we were celebrating just the 25th anniversary of the film.At the time of the film’s release, there was no other film quite like it. Critics, like the late Roger Ebert said that Back to the Future had similar themes that were comparable to the films of Frank Capra. Ebert also said, “[Producer] Steven Spielberg is emulating the great authentic past of Classical Hollywood cinema, who specialized in matching the right director (Robert Zemeckis) with the right project.”Others called it the “quintessential 1980s flick that combines science fiction, action, comedy and romance all into a perfect little package that kids and adults will both devour.” That was said by film critic, Christopher Null.When Back to the Future first released, it spent about 11 weeks at the number one spot at the box office. Bob Gale (who created and wrote Back to the Future