We offer links to download all wallpapers of Windows 10 that will come with the final version and also with the Technical Preview version.
In about three weeks the Windows 10 will reach all users, but if you want to enjoy the wallpapers before that, you can download them directly from the web. There are 12 wallpapers from Windows 10 available and all are in a resolution of 1980×1200, although the famous full light blue logo which will be assigned by default has a 4K resolution.
If you installed the Technical Preview version, you can access them through the path C: \ Windows \ Web. In that folder, you can also find the lock screen. If you are in a build version, you will only get them with the final version, and if you liked none of these and preferred the early Technical Preview version (much nicer in my opinion), I have gathered them all and you can also download them from one drive . (Links at the end of the post)
Last month, Lexus introduced the “Slide” hoverboard, much like the classic skateboards of the future from the movies “Back to the Future”. The device can levitate through a magnetic system and by incorporating superconductors with refrigerated liquid nitrogen.
Now, the luxury brand of Toyota Group says they are ready to show it to the public, setting the date of submission for August 5. In the video below we see the announcement in a short video teaser.
Lexus is not providing more details at the moment, but we are confident that the automotive company will not take the risk of presenting something that is a mere invention of marketing just to entice thousands of fans of the eighties trilogy.
Today is one of those days I wish I’d been born in another country, specifically in Canada. In order to celebrate its 60th anniversary, KFC Canada will be serving its popular fried chicken in a special bucket.
Under the name of “The Memories Buckets” or the bucket of memories, KFC Canada will serve their chicken in this anniversary version that differs from the normal buckets because it also works as a photo printer. Yes, you read this right: this bucket not only contains your favorite fried chicken, but it also includes a small printer at the bottom that will connect to your smartphone or tablet using Bluetooth. As crazy as this sounds, it would not be the first time that KFC offers technology via KFC meals, as it happened with the keyboard trays in Germany.
According to That’s Nerdalicious, the bucket will be available in limited quantities… and only in Canada. That’s a shame, because we know it is a great idea.