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DC Comics revives Smallville, in digital form at first

DC Comics revives Smallville, in digital form at first

After a 10-year run on television, the Smallville series, which tells the coming-of-age story of a young Superman, will continue on with an 11th season. But this time you'll have to turn away from your TV and onto your iPad, Android tablet, or other preferred method of reading digital comics. The new e-comic series will be titled "Smallville Season 11," and it is being penned by a former writer from the series' days on the CW.

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SG Comics Presents: Apple Store 2.0

SG Comics Presents: Apple Store 2.0

The much hyped Apple Store 2.0 10th anniversary retail revamp didn't quite deliver the magic and revolution folks were anticipating. The top secret operation was rumored to bring NFC-enabled registers, interactive iPad 2 signage, and even some ginormous sale among other endless possibilities. And although the use of the iPad 2 as new interactive product signage turned out to be true, the execution was rather underwhelming.

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SG Comics Presents: Apple Eats Android Ice Cream Sandwich

SG Comics Presents: Apple Eats Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Last week's Google I/O kicked off the first keynote with an image on the big screen of an adorable Android robot ready to swallow an apple, bringing laughter to the crowd of 5000 attendees. This certainly isn't the first time we've seen shots taken at the bitten apple logo, which being an inanimate and already injured fruit has very little means to defend itself. Apple probably won't be fighting back with its own cartoon, but they could bring some major announcements at next month's WWDC to take a bite out of Google's recent developments.

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SG Comics Presents: AT&T’s 4G Marketing

SG Comics Presents: AT&T’s 4G Marketing

Last week, we had the launch of two more '4G' devices on the AT&T network, the HP Veer 4G and the Samsung Infuse 4G, which sparked new complaints about the carrier's marketing strategy. Back at CES earlier this year, AT&T had already downgraded the term 4G to their "evolved" 3G network, but this past week, they further downgraded 4G to mean the combination of 3G and a fast backhaul. So, what happens when they actually complete their promised 4G LTE network?

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SG Comics Presents: PlayStation Network Outage

SG Comics Presents: PlayStation Network Outage

The PlayStation Network outage looks to be resolved soon with the latest response from Sony stating that services will start coming back this week. Many PSN subscribers were upset with the situation, both frustrated at Sony's delay in response and at the hackers responsible. However, many couldn't help but aim their anger at Sony, with reports claiming 1 out of 5 would switch to the Xbox. Nonetheless, will Sony's response be enough for PSN subscribers and will they be able to regain trust? For both panels of this week's comic, continue after the cut.

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SG Comics Presents: Google & CNN Face Recognition Interview

SG Comics Presents: Google & CNN Face Recognition Interview

Last week we had an episode that seemed almost like an April Fools prank between Google and CNN. You would think that these two big shots wouldn't run into such a PR problem. CNN may have been a little too enthusiastic on their reporting claiming Google was busy at work developing a facial recognition app, while Google may have been hyper-sensitive given their run in with the privacy police in the past.

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SG Comics Presents: AT&T and T-Mobile

SG Comics Presents: AT&T and T-Mobile

AT&T made a big announcement this past weekend---on a Sunday of all days. The carrier has committed to purchasing T-Mobile for $39 billion, a deal that will take 12 months to complete. The acquisition is said to help more quickly expand AT&T's LTE network coverage. But merging the two largest GSM carriers in the US, leaves little room for competition.

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