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Here's everything that is coming to Netflix in July

Netflix originals "BoJack Horseman," "Marco Polo," "Between," and more are returning to the the streaming service this month while Anna Friel's "Marcella," and Winona Ryder's "Stranger Things" will make their debut.<p>Fans of "Back to the Future" and "Lethal Weapon" can rejoice because all of the …

Entertainment

Film Review: ‘The Prison in Twelve Landscapes’

<b>More than 2.2 million people are incarcerated in the United States, up from 300,000 people 40 years ago, but not only are stats like those absent</b> …

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Critics are destroying the comically bad 'London Has Fallen' — the 'perfect movie for Trump's America'

Following last weekend's dud "Gods of Egypt," Butler returns with "London Has Fallen," the sequel to the 2013 action thriller "Olympus Has Fallen," in which the actor reprises his role as Secret Service agent Mike Banning. Following the White House blowing up under his watch in "Fallen," Banning …

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The Future Of Coding Is Here, And It Threatens To Wipe Out Everything In Its Path

APIs — the rules governing how software programs interact with each other — not user interfaces, will upend software for years to come.<p>When Intel CEO Brian Krzanich doubled down on the Internet of Things at the company’s annual Developer Forum in August, he emphasized what many of us have already …

Paper Towns: the kids are all… just bland

The latest of the nice Young Adult films depicts amiable adolescence with predictable results. Whatever happened to the spirit of anarchy?

More Shots Of BlackBerry Android Phone Leak Online

We got a glimpse of BlackBerry’s rumored Android-powered smartphone last month, in the form a render shared on Twitter by notorious leaker Evan Blass. Now photos of the Android BlackBerry have apparently leaked too — published by Taiwanese website Tinhte (spotted earlier by TechTimes).<p>The latest …

Mobile Technology

HIV strain came from gorillas, study finds

Western lowland gorillas in southern Cameroon appear to be the source for the second-most-lethal category of the immunodeficiency virus that crossed into humans, a new study suggests.<p>The category, called HIV-1 group O, has not been nearly as dangerous to humans as group M, which has infected more …

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Hacking North Korea

It can be hard listening to the stories of people who have escaped from North Korea -- or, to give its official name, the Democratic People's …

Text of President Obama’s statement on air strikes, airdrops in Iraq

Good evening. Today I authorized two operations in Iraq — targeted airstrikes to protect our American personnel, and a humanitarian effort to help save thousands of Iraqi civilians who are trapped on a mountain without food and water and facing almost certain death. Let me explain the actions we're …

On the Red Couch with Glenn Beck of TheBlaze

Glenn Beck is ready to talk. It’s an occupational requirement for the outspoken Texas-based radio personality, who hits the airwaves each weekday …

Refresh, refresh, refresh… Twitter is monetizing your compulsiveness

Every time you refresh your tweets, Twitter banks a tenth of a penny.<p>The company, which will issue its first quarterly earnings report next week, considers “timeline views” the best measure of how engaged its users are. It counts another view whenever* someone opens Twitter or requests to see new …

In secret, Fisa court contradicted US supreme court on constitutional rights

On Tuesday, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) declassified an opinion in which it explained why the government's collection of records of all Americans' phone calls is constitutional, and that if there is a problem with the program, it is a matter of political judgment, not …

Testosterone therapy doubles heart risk in older men

Taking testosterone therapy doubled the risk of heart attack among men over age 65 and nearly tripled the risk in younger men with a history of heart disease, a new study shows.<p>The report, which involved 56,000 men, is the latest in a series of studies raising concerns about the heart attack risk …

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4 Weirdly Specific Things Movies Believe About Food

Humans have been making movies for 130 years, and in that time we've pretty much exhausted every story or character that could appear on film, …

BBM Is Coming To Gingerbread Android Phones

BBM will soon be available for Android phones running Gingerbread. This is a shockingly brilliant move which allows BBM to fully compete in developing countries where BBM is already an established brand, but current smartphones are still running the legacy operating system.<p>As Chris points out at …

Chrome Apps are coming to iOS and Android

News broke last month that Google was working on bringing Chrome web apps to mobile devices, with a plan to have something ready in beta form by January. Google has delivered; the company released a tool set today for developers to port their apps to iOS and Android.<p>Built on Apache Cordova<p>As …

Ahead of possible revamp, Apple TV gets listed as full product line on Apple’s website

As rumors of a big upgrade to Apple TV continue to swirl, 9to5Mac has noticed that Apple(s aapl) has added a section dedicated to the device in its …

Google Glass Gets Prescription Frames: Everything You Need to Know

For early adopters of Google Glass, it's been a demand from the start: a version that is friendly to prescription lenses. Those people's prayers were …

AT&T CEO: Net neutrality ruling changes nothing

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson reassured the public on Tuesday that AT&T is committed to keeping the Internet open.<p>Stephenson, who was answering a question posed by an equities analyst during the company's fourth-quarter conference call, said that AT&T has no plans to alter its service to capitalize …

Steam In-Home Streaming lets you play away from your PC

With the right hardware setup, you may no longer need to sit in front of your gaming machine. With a PlayStation Vita, you can play PS4 anywhere in your house. With an Nvidia Shield, you can do the same with a Windows gaming PC. But what if you don't want to buy a multiple-hundred dollar handheld …

Old Spice Is Back With Another Set Of Viral Things — This Time, It’s Prank Websites

I generally try to avoid writing about ads. But you know what? These are going to be absolutely <i>plastered</i> all over Facebook by tomorrow morning (if they’re not already), so hey: might as well make sure you lot see them relatively early. Plus, they’re pretty damn good.<p>After a short break, Old Spice — …

Google Glass at the movies gets man interrogated

There are enemies of the state, and then there are enemies of Jack Ryan.<p>A Google Glass wearer has told an extraordinary story of going to his local movie theater in Ohio and allegedly being accosted by the FBI for wearing his device.<p>In an impassioned and slightly shiver-making e-mail to The …

Apple Stores Will Now Repair Broken iPhone 5c Screens

Way back in November, we reported that Apple would start repairing broken iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s screens in-store soon, but while Apple has happily repaired iPhone 5 screens in-store for sometime, the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s have been holdouts up until now.<p>There’s good news and bad news. The …

AT&T starts forgiving contracts to lure customers to its Next upgrade plans

You would figure once AT&T(s t) has you locked down to a contract it would want to keep you there, but that turns not to be the case. Ma Bell said …

Ouch: HP is now promoting PCs running Windows 7 (because Windows 8 isn’t doing so hot)

HP’s new Windows 7 promotion should tell you all you need to know about the state of its Windows 8 hardware.<p>With its latest promotion, HP is heavily pushing PCs running Windows 7, which it says it’s bringing back “by popular demand.”<p>While the move can’t possibly make Microsoft too happy, it …

AT&T to offer LG G Flex for preorder on January 24

AT&T announced Monday that the LG G Flex will be available for preorder starting January 24, a week before the curved and flexible handset goes on sale at Sprint stores.<p>Customers will be able to purchase the G Flex for $299.99 with a two-year service contract, or make monthly payments on 12- or …

The Wii U is dead in its current form, admits Nintendo. But what now? - ExtremeTech

By on January 20, 2014 at 7:20 am<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>It’s taken years longer than it …

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