Someone calling themselves TheDarkOverlord tried to secure a ransom from Netflix on Friday. Having obtained a copy of the upcoming OITNB season from a third party audio production company, they first released the premiere episode and eventually, the first ten of 13 episodes. The story is not over, however, as the person or persons claim they have more Netflix, Fox, ABC, IFC and National Geographic content stored away ready to release unless they're paid.
The Kitty Hawk Flyer isn't the flying car we asked for, but it's the one that will go on sale by the end of this year. The propeller-driven one-seater isn't cleared for use over populated land, but it might be just right for your second lake house. Any trips of greater significance will have to wait for a flying machine from Google's other co-founder.
In an interview with The Guardian, Xbox boss Phil Spencer made his pitch for games distributed by subscription service. Moving beyond what we've already heard about the upcoming Xbox Game Pass plan, he said "[Subscription services] might spur new story-based games coming to market because there's a new business model to help support their monetization." It's an interesting idea, but so far has very little to back it up -- we may hear more at E3 in June.
A look at the code for Android O has revealed a new feature on the way soon. Called "Copyless Paste," your device will be able to remember information you were just looking at in one app (like a restaurant's address) and offer it as a suggestion in another (like Maps.)
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