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Movie trailer voiceover legend Hal Douglas dies at 89

Hal Douglas, whose gravelly tones graced famous trailers for films such as Forrest Gump, Philadelphia and Lethal Weapon, has died. He was 89.<p>Douglas's daughter Sarah told the New York Times her father passed away following complications from pancreatic cancer. He was known as one of a top trio of …

With Insane Display Upgrade, New 2014 Razer Blade Shows Company Taking Criticism Seriously

Razer is sometimes referred to as the mad scientists of PC hardware design. Their Project Christine unveiling at this year’s CES certainly reinforced that image. Now they’re back with a refresh of the Razer Blade gaming laptop — but unlike last year, they’re playing a much more aggressive game.<p>Last …

Looks like Mafia 3 is set in Louisiana

It looks like open world crime game Mafia 3 is set in Louisiana.<p>AllGamesBeta published an image of a casting call for an untitled video game in …

This superthin material could help us put displays in our clothes and windshields

Scientists have created super-thin LEDs that are strong, efficient and flexible enough to be easily integrated into clothing and super portable …

Must See HDTV for the week of March 10th: Cosmos, Vice, F1 and Titanfall

After omitting <i>Cosmos</i> from the listings last week, we can only offer our deepest apologies. The premiere episode Sunday night wowed us with its display of the universe at large, and we highly recommend checking out this week's episode (the premiere is available either tonight at 10PM on National …

Can an 'electronic lollipop' simulate taste?

Scientists at City University, London have developed a machine that they say is able to simulate taste.<p>When touched on the tongue, the experts claim that the so called "electronic lollipop" is able to trick taste receptors using an electronic signal.<p>BBC Click's Spencer Kelly reports.<p><b>Watch more …