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Ebay Overrun With Bagged Air From Kanye West Concerts

Kanye West fans are used to seeing thousand-dollar price tags attached to the rapper’s Air Yeezy sneakers when they’re put up for sale on eBay, but …

Ebola - It's Far, Far Worse Than You Thought

Ebola could kill a million people by the end of January, disaster planners warned this week as experts said the disease might become endemic and clinics started turning away victims.<p>The US is sending 400,000 home care kits with protective gowns, masks, gloves, chlorine and medicines to Liberia, the …

Has DNA Evidence Finally Uncovered The Identity Of Jack The Ripper?

After years of investigations, guesses, and suspicions about the identity of Jack The Ripper, we may finally have a concrete answer thanks to DNA testing. The legendary murderer has remained a mysterious member of the cultural landscape for years, surviving as the great unknown boogeyman from the …

Infamous: First Light review: keep it burning

<i>Infamous: First Light</i> creates some heavy feelings of déjà vu, both in playing it and reviewing it.<p>It's been less than six months since <i>Infamous: Second Son</i> was released for PlayStation 4, after all. <i>First Light</i> is technically a stand-alone game, but it uses the same setting, rehashes many of the same …

As Above, So Below review – neither scares nor amuses very satisfyingly

First published on Thu 28 Aug 2014 16.45 EDT<p>The found-footage, scary-movie genre appears to be discreetly evolving away from the convention of being filmed from a single-camera position, and that we are watching a tape recovered from the site of some mysterious event. As Above, So Below is a …

Horror thriller 'The Damned' an exercise in dumb moves

The horror thriller "The Damned" reconfirms one cardinal rule: When the grizzled proprietor of a crumbling inn in the middle of nowhere tells you that the joint is closed, take a hike.<p>Though that may seem like pretty basic advice, it conveniently escapes the obtuse quintet at the center of this …

Horror

'The Congress' envisions a future dystopian virtual reality

In "The Congress," an ambitiously trippy and compulsively watchable dystopian saga from Israeli writer-director Ari Folman ("Waltz With Bashir") adapting a novel by Polish sci-fi author Stanislaw Lem, Robin Wright gamely and effectively plays a version of herself.<p>First, she's the artistically …

Virtual Reality

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Uber's Latest Partnership Gets Into Your Bedroom

The car service app is partnering with a mattress company.<p><i>Casper's "Bedmobile," Photo Credit: twitter.com/Casper</i><p>Ever wished you could take the pain out of mattress shopping and the inevitable delivery hassles? Well, it's just gotten a little easier: You can now have a mattress delivered with just a …

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