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Netflix’s ‘Daredevil’ shows first clips at New York Comic Con

Netflix’s ‘Daredevil’ shows first clips at New York Comic Con

Saturday night at New York Comic Con was the place to be for Daredevil fans, as at a panel for the original Netflix series, Marvel gave the world the first look at four clips from next year's pilot episode. Given screen time were four of the show's main characters/actors, including blind lawyer by day Matt Murdock/crime-fighter by night Daredevil (Charlie Cox), love interest Karen Page (Deborah Ann Woll), Claire Temple (Rosario Dawson), and villain Wilson Fisk/Kingpin (Vincent D'Onofrio).

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Elgato Game Capture HD60 makes the next gen tiny

Elgato Game Capture HD60 makes the next gen tiny

For the next generation in video game recording for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 specifically, Elgato has revealed the Game Capture HD60. This is a recording device that’s right around half the size of the previous generation, here coming in with H.264 hardware encoding, making it easy to capture 1080p with 60fps on the go, straight to your laptop or desktop PC.

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Atari: Game Over to tell the tale of a once mighty giant

Atari: Game Over to tell the tale of a once mighty giant

What is one sure way to tell that you have a lasting legacy? The fact that they make a new documentary about you decades after your fall from grace. That is certainly the case with game maker Atari, whose history, failure, and legacy will be put under a microscope once more in a documentary video appropriately titled "Atari: Game Over".

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Google patents process for turning chats into comic strips

Google patents process for turning chats into comic strips

If you're a Bitstrips aficionado or a fan of flicking open an old-school newspaper funnies section, a patent Google has been awarded might be right up your alley: turning conversations into digital comic strips. The information turned up in a patent detailing a process that, in terms of the social element, at least, sounds very similar to the aforementioned Bitstrips: the ability to share on social networks, with at least two users being involved in the comic.

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Lavabit and Silent Circle team up for open source tool to make spy-proof email

Lavabit and Silent Circle team up for open source tool to make spy-proof email

As we've previously reported, both Lavabit and Silent Circle have shut down their encrypted email services in recent times, with Lavabit having been shut down due to government demands and Silent Circle shuttering its email service as a preemptive strike against the same sort of problems. Now the two have joined forces as the first two members of the Dark Mail Alliance, aiming to provide an open source tool for encrypting any email service.

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Zombie Driver hits TegraZone and hands-on with buckets of blood

Zombie Driver hits TegraZone and hands-on with buckets of blood

It's time to have a peek at the next big smash gaming experience developed for the Tegra 3 quad-core environment on Android: Zombie Driver THD! This game brings on what the developers at Exor Studios make clear is "massive amounts of zombie carnage and unprecedented destruction effects." And that it is, folks, we've had our own peek at this game and can readily assure you - there's no better way to spend your late night candy-filled sugar coma this Halloween (tonight or whenever you just so happen to want do down a bunch of Snickers bars) than to slay some zombies in a destruction derby-style massacre.

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Apple removes Java from OS X browsers with Mac update

Apple removes Java from OS X browsers with Mac update

On Wednesday, Apple released a Mac update for Lion and Mountain Lion that strips all Mac browsers of the Java plugin, another move in the company's effort to distance itself from Oracle's Java software. Once the update is installed, users presented with Java content will see a placeholder that reads "Missing Plug-in." After which point, users can then download the plug-in directly if desired.

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