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Samsung's next Galaxy Note will be announced on August 23rd

Samsung has officially sent out invitations for an Unpacked event on August 23rd in New York City, where it will presumably reveal the next Galaxy Note device. While Samsung hasn’t quite outright confirmed the Note 8 will make an appearance, the invitation pretty blatantly confirms it between the “Do bigger things” slogan and the image of an S Pen. The ...

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Obsessed fans are using shot-for-shot blockbuster remakes as their personal film school

How do budding film buffs, lacking experience or funding, start making movies? Traditionally, there have been a few ways to pull it off. They can follow the conventional wisdom and go to film school, spending a few years writing and fundraising before taking on their own projects. They can go the vocational route and find studio work, taking tech roles ...

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Netflix speeds on Verizon Wireless appear to be capped for some customers

With net neutrality fresh on the minds of many in the United States, it seems that the data speeds at which Verizon Wireless customers can stream Netflix videos have quietly been capped in some instances. A tipster directed The Verge to this Reddit thread , where numerous users have reported that they’re unable to reach download speeds any faster than ...

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Netflix releases creepy Death Note clip showing Willem Dafoe’s Ryuk

We’re just under a month away from the debut of Netflix’s live action adaptation of Death Note, the popular manga/anime series from about a decade ago. And at San Diego Comic-Con this afternoon, Netflix used its Hall H presentation to debut a new trailer and a short clip from the movie, the latter of which has just made its way ...

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Shazam will be the next DC Universe movie after Justice League and Aquaman

Shazam will begin production in early 2018 and may be released in theaters by 2019, according to The Hollywood Reporter . The report pegs David F. Sandberg as the film’s director. The production will begin ahead of Batgirl, Flash, and the sequels to both Suicide Squad and Wonder Woman. Shazam has been on DC’s film slate for a while, beginning ...

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Google Play Music now works with Apple’s CarPlay

I really don’t know how many Android fans who’ve bought into Google’s ecosystem would favor CarPlay over Android Auto, but maybe Apple’s in-car software is your only choice. If that’s your situation, you can at least now stream from the Google Play Music iPhone app using Apple’s finger-friendly in-car software, as reported by 9to5Mac . The CarPlay version of Play ...

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Watch the new trailer for Netflix’s $100 million fantasy epic Bright

The first trailer for Netflix’s most expensive original film to date has premiered at San Diego Comic-Con. Bright, from Suicide Squad and End of Watch director David Ayer, is a fantasy epic starring Will Smith as a human cop and Joel Edgerton as some kind of Orc cop. The film takes place in an alternate version of the present day ...

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For $2,185, you can travel Game of Thrones’ Seven Kingdoms

HBO’s hit Game of Thrones is mainly shot in Europe, around world heritage sites, major tourist attractions, and small towns. That sounds like a European PR travel company’s fever dream. Travel comparison site liligo.com has assembled an itinerary for fans of the show to fly to sites from all seven kingdoms of Westeros (Calgary, where showrunners shot some minor scenes ...

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Facebook’s secretive hardware division is exploring modular smartphones

Facebook’s Building 8, the secretive skunkworks division led by former DARPA director Regina Dugan, is looking into developing modular smartphones, according to a report from Business Insider . The company filed for a patent, published today , that details a “modular electromagnetic device” that would alleviate the issue of “expensive and wasteful” conventional electronics that consumers purchase and then dispose ...

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Google brings Motion Stills to Android, where it’s all motion and no stills

A full year after launching on iOS , Google’s Motion Stills app has arrived on Android — but in pretty much a completely different form. Motion Stills on iOS is meant to be a really easy way to turn the iPhone’s Live Photos into shareable GIFs — and it’s pretty great at that . But Android doesn’t have Live Photos, ...

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