Stuff Office Cat’s Diary – 12/02/12
YouTube coming to Freesat
More ways to get at cat videos are always a good thing, as far as Office Cat’s concerned. So it’s good news that Freesat has just signed a deal with YouTube – bringing its myriad feline flicks to 1.7 million Freesat viewers. An internet connection, compatible box and stacks of free time will be required.
Nvidia Shield demo
Office Cat was excited about the Tegra 4 powered Nvidia Shield as a gaming platform, especially after reading our Nvidia Shield vs Razor Edge Pro story. Now a video of a Tegra 4-specific boxing game called Real Boxing has him ready to splash the cash when its released. Take a look to see why.
No more horsing around for Tesco – it's doling out free TV shows and films over the internet as a reward for Clubcard customers. Office Cat thinks he'll kick off his viewing with Seabiscuit. Then Black Beauty, perhaps. And Hidalgo, for afterwards.
Office Cat, nay, the whole office agrees that in-car infotainment systems are too expensive. That's why What Car? is driving for new prices on systems that better reflect the myriad features we already have in our mobiles for cheap. Hope over to What Car? for a full list of prices and targets.
Source: What Car?
Doctor Who in 3D
Doctor Who marks its 50th anniversary this year – and the Time Lord is keeping up with the times, with a 3D episode of the show airing on BBC HD to mark the occasion this November. Surely 4D would be more appropriate for a time traveller?
Office Cat is currently keeping one eye on his food bowl and the other on MWC news. And his MWC eye has been caught by the LG Optimus L Series II that's due to be unveiled soon. This 1GHz dual-cored, 4.3in WVGA handset offers up a more attractive design, tighter UI, better battery and screen.