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Michael Bay’s TMNT: Ninja Turtles with lips

Michael Bay’s TMNT: Ninja Turtles with lips

The adventure comedy reboot of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles live-action movie series begins on the 8th of August, 2014, but the tiny glimpses and previews start right this minute. This movie is set to star actors like Megan Fox (April O'Niel), William Fichtner (Shredder), Will Arnet (Vernon), and Whoopi Goldeberg (Bernadette Thompson) in the secondary roles, but as our heroes, it's some slightly lesser-known actors behind the masks: Alan Ritchson, Noel Fisher, Jeremy Howard, and Pete Ploszek.

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Maleficent trailer 2 haunts with Lana Del Ray and Google Play

Maleficent trailer 2 haunts with Lana Del Ray and Google Play

No, Lana Del Ray will not be making an appearance in Maleficent. She will - or has, rather - made a rather large effort to help with the resurgence of one of Disney's most devilish villains with a wholly new iteration of the song Once Upon a Dream. Bringing this happy tune down to the depths of her own natural range, Lana Del Ray creates an brooding, haunting atmosphere the Google is keen to give away for free - through Google Play, right this minute, that is.

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Apple TV set-top-box reboot incoming, gaming focus tipped

Apple TV set-top-box reboot incoming, gaming focus tipped

Since the Apple TV set-top-box was first introduced, there's been little focus on gaming from the company that created it. This may be about to change now that the new generation in console gaming is coming in full steam - Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and even SteamOS and Steam Machines - and Apple is tipped to be bringing on the next edition of the Apple TV to make due.

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Folded Space suggests Blu-ray could work with “billions of colors”

Folded Space suggests Blu-ray could work with “billions of colors”

There's a bit of technology being introduced this week by the folks at Folded Space that they suggest will allow "Deep Color Content Encoding" that'd be fully backwards-compatible with existing Blu-ray players, allowing 12 bits per color rather than the current 8. This bit of tech would allow studios to release Blu-ray disks compatible with today's most current systems that work with far, far deeper color application than the best available right now. This could be very good news for the Ultra-HD/4K television and display market, to be sure.

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Real “Pacifist Sword” sakabato discovered, studied in Japan

Real “Pacifist Sword” sakabato discovered, studied in Japan

According to the Anime (and Manga) Rurouni Kenshin, there's a mythical sword by the name of "sakabato" out there in the wild, one made only for the warrior most dedicated to pacifism. With the blade cut into the back side of the curve in this katana rather than the front, it's only as a final resort that the warrior takes to cutting their opponent. A real-life version of a sword just like this has been discovered in a family storage cellar in Japan this week.

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Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD Edition headed to PC with 60FPS of terror

Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD Edition headed to PC with 60FPS of terror

One of the highest-rated games in history - horror title or not - has been readied for release on the PC in a new edition which brings its oddity back with high-definition graphics in Resident Evil 4 Ultimate HD Edition. There's a bit of bonus content here, but for the most part, users will be rolling out with the same environment as before, this time prepared for the newest in new graphics processing power. This title also has a few bits and pieces to add on for those that wish to pre-order it in the weeks before it hits digital shelves.

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