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X-MEN: Days of Future Past full trailer sends Wolverine back

X-MEN: Days of Future Past full trailer sends Wolverine back

The first full trailer for X-MEN: Days of Future Past doesn't exactly send Wolverine back to the store - he's not expired, after all - instead it sends him back through time. It does so with such a blatant force that we must assume that the action of sending this fellow Logan back through time will happen within the first 10 minutes of the film. From that point forward it'll be all candy and flowers for the likes of future and past Professor X and Magneto.

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Google+ Auto Awesome Movie: works in manual mode as well

Google+ Auto Awesome Movie: works in manual mode as well

This week the folks at Google have introduced a total of 18 new features to the Google+ social network, including a new "Auto Awesome" feature for movies. This feature takes the same feature that'd been introduced for Google+ photos and applies it - in a unique movie way - to movies uploaded to Google+. This system works in an automatic way, but can also be edited or used completely manually to create video online.

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Star Wars LaserDisc video provides long-lost clips galore

Star Wars LaserDisc video provides long-lost clips galore

There's nothing like a good Star Wars scene you've never seen before to start your week off right. What we're seeing here is the purchase of a massively expensive LaserDisc-format Return of the Jedi complete with a collection of behind-the-scenes video clips so rare that @THX found them amazing to behold. This is the collection known as EditDroid Demo ROTJ - manufactured by 3M from Saint Paul, Minnesota.

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer sets fire to the future

Captain America: The Winter Soldier trailer sets fire to the future

The first full-length trailer for Captain America 2 has been released, and inside you'll find no shares of the past. While "The Winter Soldier" was at first - for a very short while - suggested to be covering the World War II-era Steve Rogers, we're set here in the not-to-distant future with mutants, S.H.I.E.L.D., and lots and lots of explosions. Instead of fighting the Nazis, Captain America will be fighting new arch-nemesis, just like the rest of the super heroes.

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Netflix third-quarter report shows record subscriber numbers

Netflix third-quarter report shows record subscriber numbers

It is the time of year when companies' financial reports come in, and the most recent to dish out its numbers was Netflix, which has had a positive experience across the board. In addition to beating out most expectations analysts had for its third quarter, the video streaming service has achieved a new milestone, hitting and exceeding the 30 million overall domestic subscribers mark.

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Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Trailer Debuts

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Trailer Debuts

It's difficult for many TV shows make it through a few episodes these days. Television networks in the US are always keen on ensuring significant viewership or they'll axe a new show before it even has a chance to gain a following. It's rare for a show to make it 15 or 20 years. It's even rarer still for a television show to last 50 years.

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Portal short film “Survive!” filmed in YouTube Space

Portal short film “Survive!” filmed in YouTube Space

In Los Angeles, California, there's a film location called YouTube Space, one where users are able to rent the floor for free - just so long as the product heads to YouTube. Here we've got one of a wide variety of videos shot at this lovely location, presented here by Colin and Connor McGuire and centering in on the Valve video game series Portal. This story is part of a grand scheme which involves both the Portal video game and the tie-in comic "Portal 2: Lab Rat."

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VIEVU teams with Motorola Solutions for new body-worn video cameras

VIEVU teams with Motorola Solutions for new body-worn video cameras

The oncoming collection of BWV (body worn video) cameras coming from VIEVU may remind you of Narrative Clip - aka the cameras formerly known as Memoto. But here as the VIEVU team announces a partnership with Motorola Solutions, they push forth a small form-factor, highly secure camera made for security organizations, police, and law enforcement in general. In other words - if you get your hands on one of these, you'll either have purchased on direct from VIEVU or you'll have copped one off a cop.

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