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The Supreme Court Begins Deciding The Future Of TV Tomorrow: An Explainer

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Aereo goes to the Supreme Court to justify its existence. Why it's likely to win.

Consoles

Why The PS4 And The Xbox One Aren’t Selling Games

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The Xbox One and the PS4 can sell consoles... but strangely, they've been unable to sell actual games.

Fox

Patrick Stewart May Have Just Leaked That There Are Way More X-Men Movies To Come

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Patrick Stewart might have just revealed that there's a fourth X-Men film on the way.

NBC

‘Hannibal’ Recap: Broken Friendships, Broken Men, And The Blood That Flows From Both

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'Hannibal' appears to return to the status quo... except it really doesn't.

LAWSUITS

All Songs Created Before 1972 Might Get Yanked From Pandora

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Pandora is about to experience a serious music gap, thanks to a new lawsuit.

DC COMICS

Constantine Gets Sucker-Punched In This Exclusive Preview Of ‘Justice League Dark’ #30

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Constantine gets in a bar fight with the last person you'd expect in this preview of 'Justice League Dark' #30

eye-stabbing worms

The Latest Teaser For ‘The Strain’ Will Make You Wince

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'The Strain' has a preview that's short on info and long on being disturbing.

is it possible?

Could ‘Transcendence’ Actually Happen?

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Can 'Transcedence' actually happen? We look at the state of the science to find out.

adorable delusion

Yahoo! Might Become iOS’s Default Search Engine

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Yahoo! thinks it can exploit Apple's hate of Google and become iOS's default search engine. Yeah, good luck with that.

privacy policies

General Mills Is Trying To Prevent People Who ‘Like’ Them On Facebook From Being Able To Sue Them

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General Mills believes Liking a Facebook page entitles them to tell you not to sue.

Gaming

SHOCKER: A Third Of All Games Downloaded On Steam Are Never Opened

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Ars Technica has done an in-depth study of Steam, and the results are simultaneously amusing and surprising.

recaps

‘Arrow’ Liveblog: Slade, Violence, And Family Drama

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'Arrow' get nasty as Slade steps up his master plan.

candy abuse

Just In Time For Easter, Here’s A Peep Inside A Vacuum Chamber

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There's nothing more entertaining than abusing Peeps. Especially with scientific equipment!

BOOM STUDIOS

Comics Of Note, April 16th

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A look at this week's major comics, including books from DC, Marvel, Image, Dark Horse, Valiant, IDW, and Boom!

civil liberties

More Paranoia Fuel: Police Can Now Film An Entire City From Above With ‘Wide-Area Surveillance’

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'Wide area surveillance' is now real and cheaper than a helicopter. Seriously.

Comics

Andrew Garfield Thinks He’s Playing Jesus In ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′

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'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' will get heavy-handed, apparently.

Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.

‘Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.’ Recap: A Team On The Run

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'Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D.' is finally starting to fire on all cylinders with this episode.

DC COMICS

Dick Grayson Ditches The Mask To Become James Bond In ‘Grayson’

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Dick Grayson is now a superspy for ISIS, er, Spyral in 'Grayson.'


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