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One Fantastic Four Star Who Has No Interest In Doing A Sequel

The last attempt to reboot the Fantastic Four was not a smashing success. At this point, nobody is quite sure what the future holds for the brand, but one actor from the last movie says he won’t be in a Fantastic Four 2, even if there is one. … CinemaBlend Latest Content

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The 2018 Academy Awards, Predicted Today

Because it’s never too soon to start campaigning. Last year when we tried this, we failed miserably, nailing only one of nine Best Picture guesses. We can’t do worse this year, right? Right?! … CinemaBlend Latest Content

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Porsche Design Book One leaves a lot for Surface Book 2 to live up to

Not satisfied with neither being one of the most sought-after auto brands nor its stylish handset pursuits, Porsche has decided to get into the computing business with the Porsche Design Book One.  Announced during MWC 2017, Porsche and Microsoft have joined forces to build one of the slickest 2-in-1 laptops yet…. TechRadar: Mobile computing news

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Samsung and Staedtler are making an S-Pen that looks like a pencil

During its MWC 2017 keynote address, Samsung made a surprise announcement with famed pencil maker Staedtler. Can you guess what it is? Naturally, the two companies are working together on an S-Pen designed specifically to work with Samsung’s latest Galaxy Book and Galaxy Tab S3 that looks and feels j… TechRadar: Mobile computing news

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MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar now works with Chrome browser

Slowly but surely, more apps are bringing in support for the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar, and the latest big name piece of software to do so is Chrome – at least in the Canary (effectively the earliest release or alpha) version of the web browser. The fact that support is in the initial Canary build  Full Article…

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New LG gram laptops bulk up on battery life but remain ultra-light

LG has announced the availability of a trio of new featherweight LG gram laptops. Each size comes in two different variations, all of which promise much improved battery life despite their thin-and-light nature. The most compact notebook is the refreshed LG gram 13Z970, a 13.3-inch laptop which weighs just 2.07 pounds (a smidge under 940g)…  Full Article…

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