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Space Force logos made for Trump’s profit

Space Force logos made for Trump’s profit

Yesterday the Trump campaign (which is still in operation, and taking in money) revealed a set of Space Force logos. Instead of going through an official agency selection and design process, like a real agency, these logos will be left up to voting online by Trump supporters. Not only that, but they'll be sold on Trump merchandise, with profits going into the Trump Make America Great Again Committee's treasure chest.

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Trump just put Space Force logos up for online voting

Trump just put Space Force logos up for online voting

Space Force looks more like a joke each time the Trump Administration mentions its name. Today is no different. Earlier in the day Vice President Mike Pence made a public speech about how the "Department of the Space Force" should be made official by the year 2020. This afternoon an email was sent to Trump supporters asking them to vote online for their favorite Space Force logo.

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Bermuda Triangle mystery “solved” by science

Bermuda Triangle mystery “solved” by science

Much like most conspiracy theory-worthy phenomena, the Bermuda Triangle's explanation starts with hysteria. Once it became fashionable to find the Bermuda Triangle mysterious, research bias and the onset of television and the internet kept this legend popular. Scientific facts suggest there's already been an answer - and a series of answers - for quite a while now. It's just that the mystery is more popular - and profitable - than the truth.

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Roku’s free movie channel launches on PC and mobile

Roku’s free movie channel launches on PC and mobile

Roku has announced a major expansion of its free movie service, making it available to anyone -- even people who don't own a Roku device. You no longer need a Roku set-top box or smart TV to view The Roku Channel thanks to a web and mobile launch. Any smartphone, tablet, or PC can be used to access the channel's new online destination,

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House of Cards season 6 premiere date set for November

House of Cards season 6 premiere date set for November

It's been a turbulent ride for House of Cards fans, but it's about to come to an end with the show's 6th and final season. Netflix revealed today that House of Cards season 6 will premiere in November, wrapping up the company's first original series. Given recent events, House of Cards season 6 is shaping up to be quite a bit different from previous seasons, as it'll be missing series lead Kevin Spacey.

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Microsoft joins Movies Anywhere with a tempting sign-up promo

Microsoft joins Movies Anywhere with a tempting sign-up promo

Disney has set out to do something pretty ambitions in launching Movies Anywhere, as it wants to provide something of a digital locker for all of your movies - or at least as many as possible. With so many different places to buy movies digitally, that's no small task. One by one, however, Disney has been tempting distributors into the fold, and its latest one is a particularly big fish: Microsoft.

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MoviePass will limit everyone to 3 movies a month

MoviePass will limit everyone to 3 movies a month

MoviePass is about to get a lot less appealing, with changes later in August that will limit every subscriber to just three movies per month. The troubled movie subscription service had previously promised its users they could watch a movie every day, but cashflow headaches and other issues have gradually soured the deal.

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Minecraft movie delayed with directorial change

Minecraft movie delayed with directorial change

How can you make a movie out of a game like Minecraft? Better yet, how long will it take to make a movie out of a game like Minecraft? Apparently much longer than originally planned. The full-length film was slated for a May 2019 release but that date is no longer on the table for the very important reason that, with less than a year to go, the film is changing hands with director and co-writer Rob McElhenney dropping out of the production.

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Captain Picard is back: Patrick Stewart confirms new CBS Star Trek series

Captain Picard is back: Patrick Stewart confirms new CBS Star Trek series

Captain Jean-Luc Picard is to return, with Sir Patrick Stewart again to star as the iconic Star Trek character in a new series. The show, as-yet untitled, will be made for CBS All Access, with Stewart confirming the news today on his Twitter account and in an announcement at the Star Trek convention.

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Comcast Xfinity X1 to add Amazon Prime Video this year

Comcast Xfinity X1 to add Amazon Prime Video this year

Comcast has teamed up with Amazon to offer Prime Video on its Xfinity X1 platform, giving subscribers direct access to the video streaming service. This is the first time Amazon Prime Video will be available on an MVPD platform in the United States, according to Comcast, which says its customers will be able to control the video app using the X1 Voice Remote.

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Vizio 2018 SmartCast TVs get 100+ free channels including live content

Vizio 2018 SmartCast TVs get 100+ free channels including live content

Vizio has announced a major new feature for cord-cutters arriving on its 2018 SmartCast TVs. These smart televisions run Vizio's SmartCast platform, which already offers access to many apps, including Netflix and Hulu. Joining the lineup is WatchFree, a new streaming service that offers these TV owners access to more than 100 channels with linear and live content.

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New Venom trailer is packed with symbiotes

New Venom trailer is packed with symbiotes

Sony has release a couple of trailers for Venom so far, and with each new one, we learn a little more about the movie. In the last trailer, we finally got to see what Venom will look and sound like, but this time around, he gets a lot more screen time. He isn't alone, either, as this trailer shows us that Venom isn't the only symbiote roaming the streets.

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