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The Legend of Hercules review – 'A teenybop Gladiator'

Renny Harlin keeps it commendably brisk, and insists on the primacy of performers duking it out on non-virtual sets<p>Coming soon: The Rock playing Zeus's son in <i>un film de Brett Ratner</i>. Now showing: this lightweight yet not unlikable spoiler from Cliffhanger's Renny Harlin, which pitches all its …

Captain America: The Winter Soldier review – eye-popping Marvel spectacular

There's cliff-hanging action galore in the Russo brothers' Captain America, but it could have been more intelligent<p>Gargantuan budgets and (doubtless) equally vast box-office receipts aside, there's little remarkable about this handsomely mounted latest addition to Marvel's ongoing multi-stranded …

Sooner Than You Think, We Will Connect To The Cloud Directly From Our Brains

In his TED talk, Google’s Ray Kurzweil announces that 20 years from now, “thinking will grow exponentially” as human brains interface with computers.<p>Have you ever approached someone important, but only had three seconds to think of something clever to say? Today, companies tout the ability to …

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It's Bliss: behind the iconic Windows XP photo

Charles O'Rear is the photographer behind Bliss, the Windows XP image that went on to grace millions of desktops around the world. He discusses the …

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Apple sues Samsung for $2bn as tech rivals head back to court

Apple says Korean company must pay $40 per device for 'systematically' copying features to use on its newest devices<p>The smartphone world's fiercest rivalry is heading back to court again this week in the heart of the Silicon Valley, as Apple and Samsung begin a new trial - accusing each other, once …