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Top 10 Most Downloaded Movies on BitTorrent in the Previous Week

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David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo entered straight at the top of the most downloaded movies over BitTorrent last week. The anticipated ecranisation of the very popular mystery and thriller novel, the US version as there has already been a Swedish version of the book, has proven quite...
Top 10 Most Downloaded Movies on BitTorrent in the Previous Week

Amazon wants to make a movie, starting with a comic book

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Amazon tends to do things in non-traditional ways, and that fact is on full display with the debut this morning of the first installment of Blackburn Burrow, a digital comic book from the company’s Amazon Studios original content group. The free comic book, produced by 12 Gauge Comics, is actually a...
Amazon wants to make a movie, starting with a comic book
Fox finally wises up, will start selling digital movies before they leave the theater

Samsung Galaxy S III Officiallly Goes Live At T-Mobile: $279 On-Contract

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The Samsung Galaxy S III is officially available today. T-Mobile has released the phone online and in select retail stores, while other carriers including AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and U.S. Cellular will be picking up the device in the next couple weeks. We just recently reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S III...
Samsung Galaxy S III Officiallly Goes Live At T-Mobile: $279 On-Contract

It doesn’t matter what e-books cost to make

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Book publishers are trying hard to defend the pricing of e-books — perhaps in part because they’ve been accused by the Justice Department of rigging prices to keep them artificially high — by arguing that it costs a lot more than most people think to produce the electronic version...
It doesn’t matter what e-books cost to make

Cinema ninjas dispatch yapping, phone-using movie goers

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Obnoxious movie patrons versus ninjas? My money is on the ninjas. A London cinema has raised an army of them to quiet rude customers. [Read more]...
Cinema ninjas dispatch yapping, phone-using movie goers
Cinemark movie theaters to include audio narration systems for the vision impaired

Lights, Camera, Reaction: When did eye-witnesses to horror become so disturbingly articulate?

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Editor’s note: The following piece first appeared on Paul Carr’s NSFWCORP as part of their coverage of the Colorado shootings. To subscribe, go here. Sitting in my San Francisco hotel room this morning, watching CNN’s coverage of the Colorado shootings, something seemed off. The visual grammar of covering domestic mass-murder...
Lights, Camera, Reaction: When did eye-witnesses to horror become so disturbingly articulate?

Twitter and Foursquare Attempt to Ruin Movie Going with Pre-Show Ad Partnership

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It would be neat to read Twitter on that. (Photo: Hashgram) The movies are no longer our one place of reprieve from social media. Twitter and Foursquare both announced partnerships yesterday with National CineMedia, a company that creates those annoying pre-show ads, to integrate the two sites into your movie viewing experience....
Twitter and Foursquare Attempt to Ruin Movie Going with Pre-Show Ad Partnership

Virtualization vs The Cloud: How do you decide?

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This post is sponsored by VMware. Learn about VMware virtualization and cloud solutions for small & mid-size business visit info.vmware.com This article is available in other languages: Imagine you’re in charge of technology for a hot new web startup. You’ve progressed past your minimum viable product, had great success...
Virtualization vs The Cloud: How do you decide?

Second screen content, coming soon to your movie theaters

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The cinema advertising company Screenvision is launching a second-screen experience for movie theaters. Called The Limelight, it will let users browse additional content before their movie starts. To access this pre-movie content, they will have to download a specific app, Screenfanz, which is already available for iOS, with an Android...
Second screen content, coming soon to your movie theaters

Twelve Hollywood Movie Cammers Caught, Police Prosecute None

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Despite significant success in recent years clamping down on camcorder piracy, Hollywood still feels that the phenomenon poses a serious risk to their business. The somewhat grainy footage – often accompanied by awful sound – tends to leak online, attracting tens of thousands of downloaders looking to get an early...
Twelve Hollywood Movie Cammers Caught, Police Prosecute None

James Bond: why 007 games have almost never worked

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Rip-roaring adventure, memorable enemies and beautiful women, the Bond movies should make great games. But they've only made one. Here's whyI can remember my first experience of a James Bond computer game. It was the Commodore 64 version of View to a Kill, released by Domark Software in 1985. I...
James Bond: why 007 games have almost never worked
New photos from 'jOBS' set shows Josh Gads as Steve Wozniak

Top 10 Twitter Trends This Week

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The Twittersphere is in love with Justin Bieber. Once again the young pop star tops our top 10 Twitter trends chart, even in spite of the devastating Chile earthquake that also peaked this week as a topic of Twitter conversations.The fresh data, which comes courtesy of the folks at...
Top 10 Twitter Trends This Week

Editorial: Despite shaky 48 fps Hobbit preview, high frame rates will take off

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Well actually, the Hobbit preview wasn't shaky, it was smooth -- maybe too smooth -- and that's the point. "It does take you a while to get used to," Peter Jackson has admitted, referring to the surprisingly fluid motion of his 48 fps movie footage. But is he right...
Editorial: Despite shaky 48 fps Hobbit preview, high frame rates will take off

Yep, People Research Movies On Their Phones — Especially On Apps

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Adding to the stream of reports about how people do more and more on their mobile devices, mobile ad network Greystripe  just released the results of a survey about the movie research process. The network says it recruited participants through, yes, a mobile ad in its network, ultimately surveying 248...
Yep, People Research Movies On Their Phones — Especially On Apps
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