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Gareth Edwards Used VR to Direct Rogue One's Digital Scenes

If there’s anything Star Wars fans know about Gareth Edwards, it’s that he’s a very hands-on director. A recent demonstration shows how Industrial Light and Magic found a way to bring Edwards’ physical camerawork to the digital stage for Rogue One, using virtual reality. Read more…

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Six Flags' new VR roller coaster is both breathtaking and broken

Imagine screaming through deep space, swerving through the wreckage of exploding starships in a high-octane scene plucked straight out of a science fiction movie. Suddenly the universe stops, frozen in time as your body continues to hurl through the…

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How to predict the president's next bogus tweet: Just watch Fox News

Donald Trump’s obsession with live-tweeting his morning cable news binges has made his erratic timeline…incredibly, disconcertingly, comically predictable. One Boston journalist proved it on Saturday morning, with his own impressively prophetic tweet. SEE ALSO: The president is literally tweeting what he sees on TV David Bernstein was watching Fox and Friends when he saw guest […]

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The Newly Discovered TRAPPIST-1 Star System Was Hiding In Elite: Dangerous All Along

NASA had some big news this past week. No, it wasn’t aliens. It was the next best thing: the discovery of seven new “Earth-sized exoplanets,” a few of which could be hospitable to life. Now, it turns out that Elite: Dangerous actually predicted the existence of the TRAPPIST-1 star system where they’re located. Read more…

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You'll Never See 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' the Same Way After This Video

Robert Zemeckis has been hit or miss for almost two decades. But in the eighties, he was on fire. Along with Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit is just one of those movies that remains great no matter how many years pass and its technical achievements are still a marvel. But why does […]

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The BlackBerry Mercury is now the KeyOne

 If you thought the BlackBerry Mercury had a bit of a codename vibe to it, you weren’t wrong. Today at Mobile World Congress, TCL officially took the wraps of its first true BlackBerry handset, now going by the admittedly less sleek KeyOne (pronounced “key one,”) name. Though I suppose when your company is attempting to […]

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Batman v Superman 'Wins' Big at Razzie Awards

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice cleaned (some of the) house at this year’s Razzies, winning four awards and making us all a little more afraid that Ben Affleck really will end up dropping out of The Batman altogether. Read more…

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Kim Kardashian would love the BlackBerry KEYone

It’s no secret Kim Kardashian West loves her BlackBerry and nearly lost her goddamn mind last year when her last BlackBerry Bold died and she couldn’t find any more on eBay. Well, Kim, I hope you’re reading this because everything is going to be OK again once the new QWERTY keyboard-equipped BlackBerry KEYone comes out […]

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Finally, there's a thighmaster for your arms

‘DoubleFlex Black’ is a workout tool that was created using technology from NASA. Astronauts in space use the same kinds of resistance exercise. Its lightweight design is perfect to pack in your bag.  This could be your path to getting swole. Read more… More about Real Time Video, Real Time Video, Real Time, In Space, […]

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BlackBerry's KEYone is an exciting return to form

With a global launch in the works and the hopes of diehards at an all-time high, the pressure was on BlackBerry and TCL to deliver on all that Mercury hype. We can't render an official verdict yet, but my gut tells me they're onto something. Say hell…

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