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Lenovo Mirage AR headset brings ‘Marvel Dimension of Heroes’ experience

Lenovo Mirage AR headset brings ‘Marvel Dimension of Heroes’ experience

The Lenovo Mirage AR headset with Marvel Dimension of Heroes that leaked in FCC documents earlier this year has been officially unveiled. The new kit leverages Lenovo's augmented reality headset to embed users in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, enabling them to battle against interdimensional forces as one of half a dozen popular Marvel superheroes.

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Garmin heads to IFA 2019 with eight new smartwatches

Garmin heads to IFA 2019 with eight new smartwatches

We're in the midst of IFA 2019, and Garmin decided to show up to the event with a slew of new wearables in hand. In all, Garmin is launching eight different smartwatches today, many of them with a number of variants to boot. These watches all seem to have the same core feature set centered around fitness, with one or two major differences to make them stand out in the lineup.

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Marvel Cinematic Universe gets Kit Harington as the Black Knight

Marvel Cinematic Universe gets Kit Harington as the Black Knight

Kit Harington, the actor best known for his role as Jon Snow in Game of Thrones, has joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as Dane Whitman, also known as the Black Knight. The announcement was made by Marvel president Kevin Feige at Disney's D23 Expo in California over the weekend. This isn't the first time Disney has tapped talent from HBO's hit series.

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Six new shows for Disney+ detailed: Muppets, Marvel, and Lizzie McGuire

Six new shows for Disney+ detailed: Muppets, Marvel, and Lizzie McGuire

During its D23 Expo on Friday, Disney announced a total of six new original shows that will be made available on its Disney+ streaming service, though not all of them will be available at launch. The shows cover some of the company's biggest properties and will also reboot a classic Disney Channel television series. Multiple actors are on board to work with Disney on its new content.

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Marvel Studios announces Disney+ originals She-Hulk and Moon Knight

Marvel Studios announces Disney+ originals She-Hulk and Moon Knight

At the D23 Expo in California, Marvel Studios announced that it will be bringing new shows to the upcoming Disney+ streaming service, including She-Hulk and Moon Knight. The confirmation comes only hours after a leak revealed that Marvel will also be creating a Ms. Marvel show for Disney's streaming service, adding a total of three new originals onto the already substantial content plans.

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Spider-Man allegedly pulled from MCU over Disney-Sony spat

Spider-Man allegedly pulled from MCU over Disney-Sony spat

Spider-Man is being pulled from the Marvel Cinematic Universe following a disagreement between Disney and Sony, a new report claim. The rights to Spider-Man are owned by Sony Pictures, which has been operating in a partnership with Disney-owned Marvel Studios. This partnership has been terminated, the report claims, effectively ending Spider-Man's role in the MCU.

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Marvel plans to release a new fictional podcast series with Stitcher

Marvel plans to release a new fictional podcast series with Stitcher

Marvel has announced plans to release a new fictional podcast series called Marvels that will take place 'in the aftermath of the Fantastic Four’s battle with Galactus, high above New York City, for the fate of the world,' according to the company. The podcast series will be launched with Stitcher, the company best known for its podcast listening app.

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Marvel Comics will release Kylo Ren limited series before Episode IX

Marvel Comics will release Kylo Ren limited series before Episode IX

Marvel will release a limited comic book series on Kylo Ren before Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker hits theaters on December 20, the company has announced. The series will focus on the origins of the new movie trilogy's Kylo Ren character, according to Charles Soule, the writer behind the series. Readers will find out about the Knights of Ren and Kylo's place in it.

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Iron Man VR aims to nail the feeling of flying

Iron Man VR aims to nail the feeling of flying

Back in March, Sony and Marvel surprised us all by announcing Iron Man VR, an upcoming game for PlayStation VR that puts us in the shoes (or rather the suit) of Tony Stark. Once the announcement was made, it was immediately clear that Iron Man could be a really good fit for VR if done right, and now developer Camouflaj has detailed how it plans to nail the feeling of being Iron Man - particularly when you're using the suit to fly around.

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Marvel auction offers props from Daredevil, Luke Cage and Iron Fist

Marvel auction offers props from Daredevil, Luke Cage and Iron Fist

Prop Store, a movie collectables company, will auction off props from Marvel's original Netflix shows Dardevil, Iron Fist, and Luke Cage. Marvel is involved in the auction, which will take place live on television on August 12 and 13. The company is already accepting bids online and interested buyers can now submit a live auction bidder registration form.

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Avengers: Endgame returns to theaters next week with post-credit scenes

Avengers: Endgame returns to theaters next week with post-credit scenes

Doctor Strange may have said that they are at the endgame, but for Marvel Studios that is hardly the case. Although it has almost been two months since the final Avengers film (that we know so far) premiered, it will surprisingly return to the big screen for a short while. Not just for those who haven't seen the film yet but for those willing to pay and sit for three hours again just to catch the new post-credits scenes.

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Marvel Hero Tales helps kids learn to read by creating comic books

Marvel Hero Tales helps kids learn to read by creating comic books

Video game developer Kuato Studios has unveiled Marvel Hero Tales, a new literacy app that taps Marvel's most popular superheros to help kids learn to read. The app was created by Kuato Studios and Marvel Entertainment, which are targeting kids ages 7 to 11. The app's content will be updated regularly, according to the developer, with new storylines and characters.

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