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Leaked The Flash Photos Show Batcave and Batmobile

The filming of The Flash has resulted in plenty of leaks, but this seems to be the meatiest one yet. Newly leaked The Flash photos show off Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen, another glimpse at Supergirl’s full costume, Michael Keaton’s Batmobile, and a familiar Batcave. This is exciting news for the film, which will deal with alternate timelines and features multiple versions of Batman (and likely some surprises as well). Check out the four leaked The Flash photos below: https://twitter.com/DCcomicsID/...
Tags: Comics, Movies, Ben Affleck, Flash, Bruce Wayne, Batman, Batmobile, Cw, Michael Keaton, Comic Book, Miller, Ezra Miller, Kiersey Clemons, Keaton, Grant Gustin, WB


Brazilian HR startup Flash raises $22M in a Tiger Global-led Series B round of funding

Flash, a startup that has developed a flexible benefits platform for Brazilian companies and employees, has raised $22 million in a Series B round of funding led by Tiger Global Management. Monashees (which led Flash’s Series A), Global Founders Capital (who backed Flash’s seed round), Citius and Kauffman Fellows also participated in the financing. Founded in 2019 by childhood friends Ricardo Salem, Guilherme Lane and Pedro Lane, Flash is out to revamp what it views as an antiquated way of offer...
Tags: TC, Tech, Employee Benefits, Computing, Flash, Brazil, Salem, Electricity, South America, Tiger Global, Latin America, Global Founders Capital, Mastercard, Sao Paulo, Lane, Ricardo Salem Guilherme Lane


A bank for the creator economy, Karat Financial raises $26M in Series A funding

The creator economy is changing the way that people earn a living, whether you’re an Instagram influencer or a freelance graphic designer. But traditional banks haven’t caught up. Take Alexandra Botez for example. The Stanford graduate earns six figures playing chess on Twitch, where she has 877,000 followers. But when she tried to apply for a business credit card, she was rejected twice. Meanwhile, when the creator behind TierZoo, a YouTube channel with 2.7 million subscribers, tried to rent an...
Tags: Y Combinator, Instagram, Youtube, Stanford, Funding, Articles, Tech, Banking, Ceo, Flash, Kim, Credit Card, Jared Leto, Twitch, Wealthfront, Union Square Ventures


Twitter is making NFTs now, apparently

No, it’s not April Fool’s Day. But Twitter’s entire account has been taken over by NFTs. As its new header reads: “I’ve stopped moisturizing because tweeting about NFTs is keeping me young now.” If that’s true, the Twitter bird is going to look like a little baby duckling by the end of the day. This morning, Twitter posted, “140 free NFTs for 140 of you, besties,” nodding to Twitter’s initial 140 character limit. 140 free NFTs for 140 of you, besties pic.twitter.com/0Pm0tNhIRg — Twitter (@T...
Tags: Apps, Twitter, Africa, Tech, Software, Computing, Flash, Jack Dorsey, Operating Systems, Cryptocurrency, Dorsey, NFT, Twitter co, April Fools Day, Twitter NFT


Doctor Who's Next Doctor Rumors Are Already Heating Up

Gareth Edward’s next sci-fi movie rounds out its cast further. The Boys addes another super to its roster. Get a glimpse at the final episodes of Attack on Titan. Plus, what’s next on Flash and Legends of Tomorrow, and a smidgen more Black Widow footage. Spoilers, away!Read more...
Tags: Science, Kung Fu, Flash, James Gunn, The Flash, Legends Of Tomorrow, Years And Years, Godspeed, Gus, Pino, Chris Chibnall, Matt Ryan, Candice Patton, Gemma Chan, LITA, Laurie Holden


Supergirl's Cinematic Supersuit Is Here In a Tiny New Flash Tease

The girl of steel is upon us—but before she flies off to cinematic adventures on her own, she’ll be suiting up in Andy Muschietti’s multiversal shenanigans in The Flash, and we’ve got a tiny new glimpse of her costume.Read more...
Tags: Science, Superman, Flash, Batman, Henry Cavill, Man Of Steel, Michael Keaton, Supergirl, Ezra Miller, Kara, Andy Muschietti, Fictional Characters, Cassandra Cain, Dc Comics Characters, Kryptonians, Flash In Other Media


‘The Flash’ Director Reveals First Look at Supergirl’s Costume

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s our first look at Supergirl’s costume in The Flash. Latina actress Sasha Calle is set to make her debut as the DC Extended Universe’s Girl of Steel in the Ezra Miller-led solo film, but we won’t see her in the full get-up just yet. For now, it’s just a look at part of the Supergirl costume, courtesy of The Flash director Andy Muschietti. Supergirl Costume First Look Andy Muschietti, who directs Ezra Miller’s solo superhero outing with the upcoming The Flash...
Tags: Images, Movies, Sequels, Flash, Justice League, Batman, Henry Cavill, Barry, Michael Keaton, Warner Brothers, Supergirl, Ezra Miller, Kiersey Clemons, Calle, Keaton, Zack Snyder


CW Sees Upfront Wrapping With Rebound in Demand for TV, Streaming Ads (EXCLUSIVE)

A new lineup of Saturday programming and a surge of post-pandemic spending by Madison Avenue helped the CW boost its volume of advertising commitments in TV’s annual “upfront” market, a sign that advertisers continue to make the medium a central part of their plans even as they are showing new interest in chasing viewers to […]
Tags: News, Flash, Cw, Madison Avenue, Riverdale, Upfronts


Michael Keaton’s Batman Returns in a Bloody Tease From Flash Director Andy Muschietti

From the looks of things, director Andy Muschietti’s upcoming The Flash is set to expand the DCEU in a significant way by using the titular speedster’s penchant for mucking up timelines in order to broach the larger DC multiverse, and bring another, familiar Batman back to the big screen.Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Ben Affleck, Tim Burton, Flash, Bruce Wayne, Batman, The Flash, Michael Keaton, Barry Allen, Multiverse, Andy Muschietti, Fictional Characters, Creative Works, English Language Films, Fictional Universes


New Phison E18 Flash Controller for 176-Layer NAND Now Commercially Available

Phison Electronics Corp, a global leader in NAND flash controller integrated circuits and storage solutions, today announces shipping of its PS5018-E18 PCIe Gen4 controllers to manufacturer partners with new 176-layer replacement gate NAND. The post New Phison E18 Flash Controller for 176-Layer NAND Now Commercially Available appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: Storage, All News, Hardware News, Flash, Press Releases, NAND, Gen4, Phison E18, 176-Layer, PS5018-E18, Phison Electronics Corp


The Flash Reveals Impulse's DC TV Outfit in the Most Disturbing Way Imaginable

We’ve already seena few unofficial peeks of Flash actor Jordan Fisher as Barry and Iris’ speedy son from the future, Bart Allen, in his superhero costume. It doesn’t look bad—although you wouldn’t know this from the CW show’s official reveal of Impulse, which is absolutely horrifying.Read more...
Tags: Science, Dc Comics, Flash, Barry, Cw, Iris, Impulse, Adobe Photoshop, Jordan Fisher, Wally West, Time Travelers, Fictional Characters, Bart Allen, Dc Comics Characters, Flash In Other Media, Entertainment Culture


The Flash Is Losing 2 Key Cast Members

Currently in its seventh season—with an eighth on the way—the CW’s The Flash shows no signs of, uh, slowing down. But the Arrowverse series will soon have to contend with the departure of two actors who’ve been a part of the show since its 2014 debut: Carlos Valdes and Tom Cavanagh.Read more...
Tags: Science, Television, Fiction, Flash, Cw, The Flash, Arrow, Deadline, Vibe, Eric Wallace, Tom Cavanagh, Carlos Valdes, Harrison Wells, Time Travelers, Fictional Characters, Arrowverse


The Flash Is Losing Two Key Cast Members

Currently in its seventh season—with an eighth on the way—the CW’s The Flash shows no signs of, uh, slowing down. But the Arrowverse series will soon have to contend with the departure of two actors who’ve been a part of the show since its 2014 debut: Carlos Valdes and Tom Cavanagh.Read more...
Tags: Science, Television, Fiction, Flash, Cw, The Flash, Arrow, Deadline, Vibe, Eric Wallace, Tom Cavanagh, Carlos Valdes, Harrison Wells, Time Travelers, Fictional Characters, Arrowverse


New Ms. Marvel Set Pictures Tease Kamala's Heroic Costume

Justin Jordan offers an update on his Luthor Strode adaptation. You’ll have to wait a little long for Morbius. The Flash set photos tease the return of an iconic DC movie location. Plus, new footage from Cruella goes up in flames, and what’s to come on Batwoman, Legends of Tomorrow, and more. Spoilers now!Read more...
Tags: Science, Tim Burton, Cisco, Flash, Batwoman, Bruce Wayne, Warner Bros, Michael Keaton, Legends Of Tomorrow, Jared, Benny Boom, Sara, Rory, Morty, Matt, Cleo


Google launches the next developer preview of Android 12

Right on schedule, Google today launched the third developer preview of Android 12, the latest version of its mobile operating system. According to Google’s roadmap, this will be the last developer preview before Android 12 goes into beta, which is typically also when you’ll likely see the first over-the-air updates for non-developers who want to try it out. For now, developers still have to flash a device image to their supported Pixel devices. Google notes that with the beta phase coming up, n...
Tags: Apple, Google, Android, Startups, TC, Animation, Flash, Api, Gpu, Rich, Operating System, Operating Systems, Mobile OS, Mobile Operating System, Google-android


Mortal Kombat Composer Benjamin Wallfisch Will Score The Flash Film

Mortal Kombat composer Benjamin Wallfisch will score The Flash film Warner Bros. recently confirmed the amazing news that Michael Keaton will indeed return to reprise his role as Batman in Andy Muschietti’s The Flash, but we’ve also learned (via THR) that Mortal Kombat composer Benjamin Wallfisch is set to score the comic book flick. RELATED: Michael Keaton’s Batman Confirmed to Return for The Flash! Wallfisch previously worked with Muschietti on IT: Chapter One and IT: Chapter Two and also w...
Tags: Comics, Movies, Comic Books, Ben Affleck, Flash, Justice League, Batman, Warner Bros, Cw, Michael Keaton, Miller, Ezra Miller, Kiersey Clemons, Keaton, Zack Snyder, Barry Allen


A Not-So-Brief History of The Flash Movie, Which Is Now Filming

Today is a momentous day for fans of DC speedster the Flash. Six years, six months, and four days since the announcement that Ezra Miller would be playing the character in a Flash solo film, production has officially begun on that movie.Read more...
Tags: Science, Ben Affleck, Back To The Future, Flash, Birds Of Prey, Batman, Chris Miller, Warner Bros, The Flash, Michael Keaton, Ezra Miller, TVA, Grant Morrison, Phil, Snyder, Bruce


The Flash Has Cast Another Major DC Speedster

You’ll have to wait a little longer for Mortal Kombat and Venom 2. Get a tiny little taste of more footage. The cast of Lucifer shares their thoughts as the show wraps production. Plus, Teen Titans Go! recruits an old foe for a new Easter special. Spoilers, Go!Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Cisco, Andy Serkis, Flash, Barry, Alex, Supergirl, David Jones, LaDonna, Jordan Fisher, Teen Titans, Danny McBride, Jim Cook, Joseph David Jones, Mortal Kombat


Justice League’s Most Heroic Moment Feels Like a Classic DC Throwback

Who would’ve known a callback to one of the best DC movies ever was sitting on the cutting room floor, just waiting to be resurrected in Zack Snyder’s Justice League?Read more...
Tags: Science, Flash, Justice League, Bruce Wayne, Jared Leto, Ezra Miller, Steppenwolf, Zack Snyder, Barry Allen, Christopher Reeve, Lois Lane, Richard Donner, Cyborg, Ray Fisher, Margot Kidder, Time Travelers




Zack Snyder’s Justice League Review: A Rousing, Heartfelt Adventure

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Rating: 9/10 Cast: Henry Cavill … Superman / Clark Kent Gal Gadot … Wonder Woman / Diana Prince Ben Affleck … Batman / Bruce Wayne Amy Adams … Lois Lane Amber Heard … Mera Jared Leto … The Joker Connie Nielsen … Queen Hippolyta Robin Wright … Antiope Jason Momoa … Aquaman / Arthur Curry Ciarán Hinds … Steppenwolf Diane Lane … Martha Kent Ezra Miller … The Flash / Barry Allen Joe Manganiello … Deathstroke Willem Dafoe … Nuidis Vulko J.K. Simmons … Commissioner Gordon Jerem...
Tags: Comics, Movies, TV, Aquaman, Batman, Cyborg, Flash, Movie News, Movie Reviews, Superman, zack Snyders justice league


Still reliant on Flash, South Africa's tax agency creates its own Flash-compatible browser

So, the online tax-filing system of the South African Revenue Service (SARS) was reliant on Flash. Like many sites, they were left in the lurch when Adobe—and most browsers—stopped supporting it at the end of 2020. So how did SARS prepare for this end-of-life moment for Flash? — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Flash, Bank Shots, The Browser Wars, Flash South Africa


Chinese railway station knocked offline when Flash stops being supported

The railway depot in the city of Dalian, China, was thrown into chaos on Jan. 12 when Adobe triggered a kill-switch to end its support of Flash. It turns out … it was critical for a bunch of their systems! However, the techs who run IT for the station appeared to have quite a sense of humor about it, though, because as they scrambled to revert to an earlier version of Flash, they posted real-time WeChat updates about their struggle — "in the style of a military thriller, written with all the ...
Tags: Post, News, Flash, David Cohen, Dwight, Dalian China, Revert Revert Revert, Riding The Rails, Yue Sun


The End of the Flash Era

Source: StatistaHaving long been considered a performance-hampering security risk, one of the technologies that shaped the face of the world wide web for the past two decades is quietly saying goodbye this week. On January 12, 2021, Adobe will officially pull the plug on Flash, blocking Flash content from running in Flash Player after having phased out support for it on December 31. “Open standards such as HTML5, WebGL, and WebAssembly have continually matured over the years and serve as viab...
Tags: Adobe, Infographic, Radio, Flash, Statista, General Interest, StatistaHaving


Goodbye Flash, goodbye FarmVille

While much of what made 2020 such an absolute nightmare will still be with us on January 1 (sorry!), we will really, truly be leaving Adobe Flash and FarmVille behind as we enter the new year. The end of Flash has been a long time coming. The plugin, which was first released in 1996 and once supported a broad swath online content, has become increasingly irrelevant in a smartphone-centric world: iPhones never supported Flash, and it’s been just over 10 years since Apple’s then-CEO Steve Jobs ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Social, Gaming, Facebook, Adobe, Steve Jobs, Tech, Zynga, Flash, Mark Pincus, Pincus, FarmVille, MyMiniLife, MyMiniLife FarmVille, Tropic Escape FarmVille


RIP Adobe Flash

Adobe Flash, the animation and programming platform that long graced the world-wide web, is officially dead. Adobe has ended support for it, will soon issue an auto-update that blocks Flash files from executing in the browser, and issued a stark final recommendation, just in case: Uninstall Flash Player immediately. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Adobe, Web, Flash


How Niantic evolved Pokémon GO for the year no one could go anywhere

Pokémon GO was created to encourage players to explore the world while coordinating impromptu large group gatherings — activities we’ve all been encouraged to avoid since the pandemic began. And yet, analysts estimate that 2020 was Pokémon GO’s highest-earning year yet. By twisting some knobs and tweaking variables, Pokémon GO became much easier to play without leaving the house. Niantic’s approach to 2020 was full of carefully considered changes, and I’ve highlighted man...
Tags: Google, Social, TC, Mobile, Gaming, Video Games, Tech, XP, Artificial Intelligence, Flash, Pokemon, Player, Niantic, Greg Kumparak, John Hanke, Pokemon Go


Internet Archive Brings Flash Games and Animation to Its Vault

Adobe’s Flash died many deaths, but we can truly throw some dirt on its grave and say our final goodbyes because it’s getting the preservation treatment. The Internet Archive announced on Friday that it has begun cataloging Flash animations and games for us all to visit and remember the good stuff with none of the bad.Read more...
Tags: Games, Science, Animation, Preservation, Internet Archive, Flash, Browser


Internet Archive turns on Flash emulation, already has 1000 items to check out

Adobe Flash was the language of choice for a generation of game developers, helping kickstart an indie revolution on the still-young web of the 1990s and 2000s. But it withered on the proprietary and insecure vine, and both web browsers and Adobe have now canned it, threatening countless games and interactive presentations with the memory hole. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Games, News, Adobe, History, Flash


Qumulo update adds NvME caching for more efficient use of flash storage

Qumulo, the Seattle-based data storage startup, announced a bunch of updates today including support for NvME caching, an approach that should enable customers to access faster flash storage at a lower price point. NvME flash storage development is evolving quickly, driving down the price with higher performance, a win-win situation for large data producers, but it’s still more expensive than traditional drives. Qumulo CEO Bill Richter pointed out that the software still has to take advantage...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, TC, Cloud, Storage, Enterprise, Tech, Flash, Seattle, Data Storage, Richter, Qumulo, Bill Richter, Stealthy Seattle Storage Startup Qumulo Snags