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House of Cards renewed for fourth season

House of Cards renewed for fourth season

Netflix's viewer favorite House of Cards has been renewed for a fourth season, it has been announced. The streaming service, which released the series' third season a little over a month ago, announced that Frank Underwood and crew will be returning in 2016 with another season, though what exactly that season will entail hasn't been specified. Likewise, we don't yet know when, exactly, Season 4 will be premiering on the service (except that it'll be next year). Production will be kicking off this summer.

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Netflix tipped in near-deal for ‘Full House’ series reboot

Netflix tipped in near-deal for ‘Full House’ series reboot

Netflix is pushing for original content, and it has found a lot of success in doing so. According to a new rumor that has surfaced, part of that original content will involve rebooting your childhood favorites for a little nostalgic lure. Whether you consider Full House a childhood favorite is its own issue, but regardless it is going to be coming back -- at least if sources are correct -- and it'll apparently have the cringe-worthy title "Fuller House". Reportedly there is a 13-episode season just on the brink of becoming reality.

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LEGO may jump in on Amiibo craze soon

LEGO may jump in on Amiibo craze soon

The gaming universe and LEGO aren't unfamiliar with one another. A whole barrage of LEGO-themed games have been released over the past several years, and there doesn't appear to be any end to the releases well into the future. There's even an online role-playing game you can play where (some) figures you collect in real life can be brought into the game. Until now, this was all done with simple, rudimentary code-entering. The next step should be rather obvious to those familiar with Skylanders, Disney Infinity, and Amiibo figures.

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Diablo III becomes MMORPG with a camera angle change

Diablo III becomes MMORPG with a camera angle change

Behold, the one way in which you're going to come back to the Diablo franchise without hating yourself for dropping all those SOJs in a huff. A new camera angle! A demonstration of a new camera angle has been released to the public by innovator Monstrousd3, one in which you'll find yourself face to face with your enemies, in a way you've only ever once experienced before - back when you dropped D3 for the first time and went back to World of Warcraft.

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Google Cardboard art show turns platform into canvas

Google Cardboard art show turns platform into canvas

Not only does Google Cardboard provide a platform for Android smartphones to enter virtual reality, they're a fabulous platform for art as well. Using the original Google Cardboard unit as canvas, artists from across the country were asked to design, modify, and decorate. The "Dreams Incarnated" show took place on April 1st (no jokes, no pranks) at SERVICE in Portland Oregon. These viewfinders will be put up for sale on the 2nd of April to raise cash for the nonprofit known as p:ear.

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April Fools Day 2015 round-up: Brand Pranks Aplenty

April Fools Day 2015 round-up: Brand Pranks Aplenty

Congratulations internet, you've been pranked. Or you came here first and your April Fools' Day 2015 is about to be busted. Either way, the day is about to get terrible for you. Welcome to heck. This is a rundown and rap-up of all the best and worst and in-between pranks from all around the web, which you're going to read, because here it is. This year the collection made by the biggest names in tech is just horrible, so I hope you're happy with yourself.

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April Fools’ Day 2015 roundup: Google Only

April Fools’ Day 2015 roundup: Google Only

Oh great, it is April Fools' Day again. We started making an April Fools' Day roundup for all the pranks all over the web, then we realized that Google let the dogs out. They let ALL the dogs out. They've made so many pranks that we had to make a round-up of pranks for this day just for them. Look at what they've done, they must be so proud of themselves for all the giggles they've summoned from these internets.

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Sling TV users revolt after content restrictions hit select channels

Sling TV users revolt after content restrictions hit select channels

Sling TV is an exciting option for television viewers, giving the best of television while offering the convenience and piecemeal freedom that comes with watch-it-anywhere Internet streaming. The service, which is from Dish Network, offers a core package that includes many channels streaming in real-time, counted among them being such popular offerings as ESPN, AMC, Disney, ABC Family, CNN, and more. Some users have discovered that not all is quite as it seems, however, and they have started to revolt.

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‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ movie to arrive in early 2016

‘Pride and Prejudice and Zombies’ movie to arrive in early 2016

A handful of years ago, a rehashed version of "Pride and Prejudice" was released called Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, and as you'd expect given the title, it incorporates the undead into the storyline. The book was released back in 2009, and fans have been pushing for a movie edition. With zombies (again) enjoying the popular spotlight, it is no surprise that now seems like as good a time as any, and news of an official movie in the pipeline has surfaced. The flick will be hitting theaters in early 2016.

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Mad Max Fury Road trailer: all plot, all fire

Mad Max Fury Road trailer: all plot, all fire

The most fiery of trailers has arrived for Mad Max: Fury Road. This movie is going to be all about death and destruction in the sand, coming in after the apocalypse that "damn near the death of us all," as the ringmaster would say. Here we get a good idea of the plot for this film, this reboot of the Mad Max saga. Here we see what we're fighting for. Here we see Max, and our heroes, who suggest that "we are not things" at the start.

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