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Star Wars 7’s Millennium Falcon confirmed by JJ Abrams

Star Wars 7’s Millennium Falcon confirmed by JJ Abrams

The Millennium Falcon has always been a full-scale set piece. All the way back to 1979 with the original machine build in Pembroke Dock - as you’ll see in the gallery below - this beast has been a ship that’s been a real-deal construct. This week, JJ Abrams has confirmed that the newest model is ready to roll for Star Wars 7.

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OS X Yosemite now uses iOS 8 for video capture

OS X Yosemite now uses iOS 8 for video capture

Recording video on an iOS 8 device is now possible using OS X Yosemite. The newest (and very beta) operating systems from Apple are meant to work in tandem, and news of an optional video recording utility are evidence of that. Of course, you need both new OSs for this to work right, so unless you’re a Developer — it may not work out for you just yet.

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Community should die or make a movie already

Community should die or make a movie already

The cult-comedy TV series Community is over. It’s dead - it’s been cancelled. It’s had five seasons and more episodes than most non-cult television shows get to run with over their short lives. While we screamed about the show having potential cancellation more than once, it’s time to let go. While Hulu has been tipped to take this show under its wing for another season (or more), it really should just be time to let well enough alone.

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Quantum Break: Xbox One’s next killer title

Quantum Break: Xbox One’s next killer title

In Quantum Break, the game is about heroes, the show is about villains. The folks at Remedy Entertainment have shown off a teaser trailer for their new hero game Quantum Break today, sparking interest once again in the idea that the public would buy the Xbox One just to have one title. This game was first teased at E3 2013 - and here, one year later, we see what it’s all about.

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Roku, Kindle and Fire TV get NFL Now access

Roku, Kindle and Fire TV get NFL Now access

Access to sports content of various sorts has always been a sticky subject for cord-cutters -- those who eschew traditional cable for set-top boxes and video streaming services. For NFL fans, that issue has been addressed in part by the National Football League, which today revealed that both Roku and Amazon has become distribution partners for NFL Now.

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