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Last night, streaming service Stan got savvy with LG’s WebOS TVs, announcing support for both versions of the platform:
Stan is available on 2014 and 2015 LG Smart TVs running WebOS 2.0 and WebOS 1.0 software. Stan will soon be available on 2014 LG Smart TVs running Netcast 4.5 software, please stay tuned.
Get your native streaming on, LG TV users!
Disclosure: Stan is a 50/50 joint venture between Nine Entertainment and Fairfax Media. Allure Media, the company which publishes Gizmodo Australia, is also owned by Fairfax.
Following ISIS claiming responsibility for the attacks in Paris over the weekend, hacking collective Anonymous has “declared war” on the “caliphate”.
As part of “#OpISIS”, the hacktivist collective will likely use this renewed campaign to take down ISIS propaganda sites, and work to disrupt the group’s strong online recruiting arm.
Anonymous announced its campaign on Twitter…
— Anonymous (@GroupAnon) November 15, 2015
…and followed up with one of its trademark videos:
In April, Microsoft excitedly announced its plans to port everything to Windows, including iOS and Android apps. Now, it looks like it may take longer than expected before you see any Android action on its operating systems.
Reports by Windows Central and Verge both suggest that the plans to port Android apps to Windows face some problems. Verge reports that “the company has pulled back on dedicating employees to Android app porting, favouring the iOS route instead.” Meanwhile, Windows Central claims that the future of the porting plans “is uncertain.”
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