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The Comic-Con 2013 Cosplay Music Video Shows Off the Best Costumes

Aside from setting the upcoming entertainment schedule for geeks everywhere, Comic-Con has another, perhaps even more famous feature. I am, of course, talking about the amazing cosplay attendees who show up by the truckload. Yes, these appearances have become commonplace, if not mainstream, but the fact is, many of these cosplayers deserved to be recognized for the sheer amount of …

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Newly Released ‘Gravity’ Trailer Gets a Second Act

Yesterday, the first official trailer for Gravity, Alfonso Cuarón’s long-awaited follow-up project since he wowed movie fans with his incredible Children of Men, hit the tubes, and all was right with the world. While Cuarón has had his hand in some documentary pieces since 2007’s Men, Gravity is his first full-length theatrical release, and the anticipation is high. The director …

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Neo Enters The Dragon: The Trailer for 47 Ronin Hits

So Keanu Reeves as a samurai is a thing now, and although it looks like the movie is walking the path left behind by Tom Cruise and The Last Samurai–mixed with a hint of live-action Princess Mononoke–clearly, the age of the 47 Ronin is almost upon us. After watching the trailer, I couldn’t help feel like I was watching Neo …

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Google Glass Get Its “First-Ever” Porn Flick

Google Glass porn is officially a thing now, thanks to James Deen. The actor/director is the first official porn company to produce a movie with Google Glass as the focus. The setup features the traditional office/sexy secretary setting, with Andy San Dimas playing the frisky receptionist. Not only are portions of the action shot with Google Glass–first-person POV for the …

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Norman Chan’s Massive Comic-Con Cosplay Gallery Is Something To Behold

In case you aren’t aware, Norman Chad is a consumer electronic reporter for Tested.com, the site created by Mythbusters hosts, Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage. Needless to say, Comic-Con 2013 was something the Tested crew was not going to miss, and to help celebrate their stay, Chad decided he would take pictures of the various cosplay characters who appear at …

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Google Proves To Be Inconsistent By Adding Grooveshark To Their Autosuggest Blacklist

As Google’s march towards becoming the big brother who knows what’s best for their users, even if their users disagree, continues unabated, are we witnessing the company undo all the goodwill it built up over the years? Findings seem to suggest that trend, and when the company responds to why they did things like get rid of Google Reader, despite …

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WWE Diva Has Wardrobe Malfunction, Internet Celebrates

To be completely honest, it is really surprising this doesn’t happen more often. What we have is a case of an attractive woman wrestler, WWE Diva Brie Bella, who suffers an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction, allowing Internet writers all over the world to use the coveted phrase “nipple slip” in their posts. Because most male wresting fans usually has to pay …

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New Walking Dead Trailer Blows Up Around The Web

If the people who run Comic-Con changed its name to something like, “The ‘Trailers for Geeks’ Convention,” they wouldn’t be wrong. The tagline could be “come for the trailers, stay for the panels and the cosplay;” but then again, perhaps too much accuracy isn’t a good thing. What is a good thing, however, is more stuff from The Walking Dead, …

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Chipotle’s Twitter Account Hacked By Someone Looking For Avocados

In the wake of all of these hacked Twitter accounts, it’s hard not to wonder what kind of weak passwords these social media managers are using. It’s really not that hard to create a string of characters others won’t be able to figure out. It really isn’t. If, however, you just can’t get the hang of creating a solid password …

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Villain For The Avengers Sequel Revealed At Comic-Con [Updated]

Although it isn’t scheduled for release until the summer of 2015, details about the sequel to last summer’s billion-dollar smash, The Avengers, have been leaking out. Up until Comic-Con 2013, the majority of the news concerned some new characters that Joss Whedon will be introducing, including Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver. Rumors about an Ant-Man appearance have been heard as well, …

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Ender’s Game Goes Viral At Comic-Con 2013

Orson Scott Card’s signature piece, Ender’s Game, is scheduled to hit the big screen in November, just in time for the holiday season. With Comic-Con 2013 going on this weekend, what better time for a movie targeting the sci-fi crowd to launch their viral marketing push? To kick things off, Summit Entertainment launched a couple of viral videos that serve …

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Windows May Not Monopolize Mobile, But It Still Dominates Worldwide

It seems as if there is a rush to downgrade the Windows operating system, declaring its an institution that has seen its pinnacle and is now in decline. Often, PC shipment rates are used to bolster these claims, and while we are clearly becoming a mobile device kind of world, to boast Windows is no longer relevant or not a …

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