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Iron Man and the Hulk go head to head in new Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer

We got our first real glimpse of Avengers: Age of Ultron last October after a clip leaked online, and now the second trailer has arrived. Suffice to say that things aren’t looking too good for the Avengers in Joss Whedon’s upcoming film. “Everyone creates the thing they dread,” intones James Spader’s Ultron, as the camera lingers on Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark — further cementing rumors that Ultron is the result of a Stark project gone awry. Making a brief appearance as well is Andy Serkis (Gollum, The Lord of the Rings trilogy), along with a scantily clad figure we can’t yet identify. But the real action comes at the end with an extended look at Iron Man, in full Hulkbuster armor, taking on the Hulk in a massive fight. A fight he…

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Wonderful collages by artist Oddly Head

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This series of recent collages by artist Oddly Heads was released under the title “This must be earth”. The tons of details included in the collages are heavily influenced by pop-art and street art.

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Sony didn’t like Seth Rogen’s treatment of Kim Jong-un’s head in The Interview

Spoiler warning: this article contains information that might reveal plot points for The Interview.

Hackers released emails from Sony this week, which revealed Sony CEO Kazuo Hirai’s role in changing the ending of The Interview, which features North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un dying horrifically. Bloomberg writes that Hirai gave input on the changes and made it a point to keep Kim’s exploding face from appearing on international screens. He was responsible for providing the ultimate go-ahead after selecting a toned-down version of shot 337.

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The head of the FCC would feel right at home in 17th century France

Tom Wheeler is having a bad week, and it’s about to get worse. The Washington Post reports that Wheeler has already basically brushed off the president’s request for stricter net neutrality regulation, which will only feed the partisan battle surrounding it.

But buried in the report is an amazing quote that shows the head of the Federal Communications Commission might have enjoyed spending some time in the Ancien Régime.

“I am an independent agency,” Wheeler told them repeatedly, according to several officials.

If that statement looks familiar, that’s because it’s lifted from a 17th century French king:

L’État, c’est moi” (“I am the state.”)

Louis XIV

As it turns out, telecommunications industry lobbyists have delusions of…

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Ebola travel bans are ‘irrational,’ says head of Red Cross

Imposing travel bans that prevent people from Ebola-stricken countries from leaving those countries would be “irrational,” said Elhadj As Sy, Secretary General of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, during a press conference earlier today. The measure — one that would be borne out of fear and panic — simply wouldn’t curb Ebola infections.

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Twitter’s head of news quits after less than a year at the company

Twitter’s head of news, Vivian Schiller, has quit her job at the company less than a year after she took the role. Schiller joined Twitter as the social media platform started to move more aggressively into journalism at the end of last year, building new alerts for breaking news, and attempting to nurture relationships with the media industry. She announced she was stepping down as Twitter consolidates its global media division under new boss Katie Jacobs Stanton.

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Trek Bikes’ New Commuter-Focused Model: Lync: Powerful built-in head and taillights for a more convenient and safe ride

Trek Bikes' New Commuter-Focused Model: Lync


For those looking for an excuse, a laundry list of potential struggles certainly exists when commuting by bike: weather, reckless drivers, flat tires, the looming fear that your accessories or bike itself will get stolen. Though …

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Dressing For Rainy Days: Prep for stormy weather with these pieces that will keep you dry (and dashing) from head to toe

Dressing For Rainy Days


It’s no longer deniable: autumn is upon us in the north (and it’s the start of spring for those in the southern hemisphere). Stay warm and dry during these transitional seasons—and prep for those pesky sudden showers—with new pieces from A/W14 collections. They’re so functional, you might not mind so…

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Game Developer Other Ocean’s #IDARB: Head of Development Mike Mika speaks about the upcoming crowdsourced title

Game Developer Other Ocean's #IDARB


From their headquarters Emeryville, CA and three studios in Canada and Northern California, game developers Other Ocean work on a multitude of projects that span mobile, handheld and console games. They’ve produced numerous noteworthy titles over…

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HTC’s head of design is leaving the company

Scott Croyle, the man responsible for the stellar designs of HTC’s One smartphone line, is leaving the Taiwanese company. Having led HTC’s industrial design and user experience teams since his One & Co studio was acquired in 2008, Croyle is now departing to work on his own projects. HTC confirmed Croyle’s plans to The Verge, though the company describes the move as a “long-term transition” where he will remain involved with HTC product development in a consultancy role for a few months to come.

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