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The Last Jedi: 10 easter eggs you may have missed in Star Wars VIII

The Last Jedi: 10 easter eggs you may have missed in Star Wars VIII

We've got a collection of 10 easter eggs from Star Wars: The Last Jedi for you today on premiere day for the movie. These items may be considered SPOILERS - so beware of what you're getting into before you get too deep. If you've not yet seen the movie, TURN BACK NOW. The first easter egg won't be too important, just so you have more time to turn back if you've not yet seen The Last Jedi.

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Lenovo Star Wars AR headset The Last Jedi release details

Lenovo Star Wars AR headset The Last Jedi release details

This week the folks behind Star Wars: Jedi Challenges - a Lenovo-made AR headset with lightsaber controller - are bringing The Last Jedi to augmented reality. To use the app that'll be updated, users will need to own the Star Wars Jedi Challenges AR headset and lightsaber package - that's available from Lenovo or at Best Buy for right around $200 USD. The update for The Last Jedi content will come just a bit later - January of 2018.

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OnePlus 5T Star Wars: The Last Jedi wallpapers download leaked

OnePlus 5T Star Wars: The Last Jedi wallpapers download leaked

Today we're having a peek at the Star Wars: The Last Jedi wallpapers for the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition. These wallpapers were meant for the one special edition smartphone, but a few intrepid developers have found the encoded images in the newest update for the non-special version of the device. As such, we've got access to said wallpapers, and any device - Android or no - can have access right this minute.

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Disney to buy 21st Century Fox in massive $54b deal

Disney to buy 21st Century Fox in massive $54b deal

As expected, Disney has announced its intention to buy up 21st Century Fox, further expanding its already huge media empire. Rumors have been circulating for quite some time now, but in the end, Disney was the only company left at the table. Get ready, because this means that The Simpsons are now officially a part of the House of Mouse, along with Luke Skywalker and Iron Man.

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Redbox defies all odds and lawsuits, launches on demand service

Redbox defies all odds and lawsuits, launches on demand service

Digital media, be it music, videos, or even games, has turned the market on its head. It has put many rental shops out of business, especially those that weren’t able to adapt as fast as the new generation of digital distributors. There are definitely some who have embraced the new market direction. One of those is Redbox, who has just launched its own video on demand service not only in the midst of a sea of competing VODs providers but also in the midst of an ongoing lawsuit.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be screened on the ISS

Star Wars: The Last Jedi will be screened on the ISS

Star Wars fans currently located in space will get a chance to watch the latest series installment before returning to Earth, NASA has confirmed. Astronauts located on the International Space Station will be given a special movie night, allowing them to watch the movie alongside the rest of the world. Disney is working with NASA to make sure the ISS crew gets this opportunity, but some of the details are still missing.

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T-Mobile wants to disrupt the cable TV industry next

T-Mobile wants to disrupt the cable TV industry next

T-Mobile has made a name for itself trying to "disrupt" the mobile industry over the past few years, and now it's looking to do the same to big cable. Today T-Mobile announced its intention to buy up Layer 3 TV, a small cable company that many of you have probably never heard of. This acquisition signals T-Mobile's entrance into the TV service industry, so if you like what its been doing in the mobile space, then this is probably exciting news.

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The Punisher season 2 is official, but doesn’t have a release date yet

The Punisher season 2 is official, but doesn’t have a release date yet

Netflix will be bringing The Punisher back for a second season, the company has announced. The first season was a hit for the company, as many had expected, adding to its growing number of show based on Marvel characters. The character was first introduced to Netflix viewers via the company's original Daredevil series, helping kick off what has become a solid genre for the streaming platform.

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Amazon Prime Video HDR10+ content arrives tomorrow

Amazon Prime Video HDR10+ content arrives tomorrow

Amazon Prime Video will start offering HDR10+ content tomorrow, making it available to anyone who has a television that supports the standard. This follows the announcement we reported on this past April, one that involved a collaboration between Samsung and Amazon to bring about the HDR10+ standard.

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Hulu Live TV beta update brings picture-in-picture, more to web

Hulu Live TV beta update brings picture-in-picture, more to web

Hulu is launching a bunch of new features for Live TV subscribers today. All of these features are launching in beta - which means you'll have to visit Hulu's beta site to take them for a spin - but we have a feeling that most Live TV subscribers will want to dive right into the beta when they hear what's in this update. All three of these features will change the way that Live TV subscribers navigate Hulu's web interface, and perhaps the biggest changes are coming to the My Stuff page.

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Stranger Things season 3 may not arrive until 2019

Stranger Things season 3 may not arrive until 2019

Netflix recently confirmed that it has ordered a third season of its hit original series Stranger Things. However, the announcement was very slim, merely confirming that season 3 will happen without any additional details to go alongside it. The biggest missing detail was the season's anticipated launch date, and while it was assumed Netflix hadn't yet penciled one in, many fans expected it would be around autumn of next year.

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Hoopla Marvel deal brings digital comics to public library users

Hoopla Marvel deal brings digital comics to public library users

Hoopla has finally struck a deal that brings Marvel graphic novels and other published content to the public library app. This announcement comes a couple years after Hoopla made similar deals with Dark Horse, Image Comics, and DC Comics; it greatly expands the app's comics offerings, adding some of the most coveted content for anyone to access. All you need is a public library card.

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