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Cineplex’s Great Digital Film Fest is coming to C...
It’s a chance to revisit some of your favourite classic action movies on the big screen. From Jan. 30 to Feb. 5, Cineplex theatres across Canada, including Langley’s Colossus Cinema, will screen the...
Read more at Langley Times
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The Final Cut
Sanitation preps for snow months in advance
The New York City Department of Sanitation has a new commissioner. Kathryn Garcia sat down with Fox 5 to break down all the numbers behind cleaning up and clearing out the snow this winter. She says...
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Night on Broadway: Free Fete for a Star Street
... itself and its own story: It's a street of vibrant shops and the Bradbury Building (shades of "
") and a "redwood"-filled cafeteria currently undergoing renovations (open soon,...
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“I wanted to make music like the soundtrack to my...
Since leaving Busted almost ten years ago, Charlie Simpson has moved away from the glitz of pop stardom and redefined himself as a multi-faceted musical entity. As the frontman of alternative rock...
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Here's What America Would Be Like If The Nazis An...
Produced by Ridley Scott, the show is based on a 1962 Philip K. Dick novel about a world in which the Nazis and Japanese won World War II. Of all of Dick's classics, it was the only one to win science...
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Film review: Kingsman: The Secret Service (15)
Directed at full pelt by Matthew Vaughn, Kingsman: The Secret Service is an outrageous James Bond-esque caper with an unpleasant and sadistic streak. This hare-brained tale about a secret...
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Epson Finds Innovation in DIY Community
Do-it-yourself types fly under most corporate radars, or at least they’re mischaracterized as tinkerers, post-end users or, worse, hackers. Epson has demonstrated that they can be a fruitful source...
Read more at Forbes
The future is now: Highlights from CES 2015 | Cul...
The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas is like the white whale in “Moby Dick”: Every time you hear about it, it’s getting bigger; you have to travel through oceans of...
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Amazon Pilot Review Round-Up: The Man in the High...
Plus, comedies Salem Rogers, Cocked, and Down Dog. Amazon is in the midst of holding their first "Pilot Season" of 2015 (their fourth Pilot Season overall), offering up introductory episodes of new...
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Alex Garland's film Ex Machina explores the limit...
In the film Ex Machina, released this week, a young coder finds himself in the company of an attractive robotic female entity named Ava, built by his boss. The film's narrative hangs around the...
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Film of the week: Ex Machina
Film of the week: Ex Machina Film review pix 22/1/15 Thursday, January 22, 2015 In the late 1970s and early 1980s, when the original Star Wars trilogy, Alien,
and The Terminator...
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Raf Simons Men's RTW Fall 2015
By Miles SochaThree years at one of Paris’s pillars of luxury and fashion grandeur have not dulled Raf Simon’s appreciation for the raw and rebellious. Three years at one of Paris’s pillars of luxury...
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Alex Garland's 'Ex Machina' Delivers a Modern Day...
Review: Alex Garland's 'Ex Machina' Delivers a Modern Day Twist on Frankenstein By Kaleem Aftab | IndiewireWed Jan 21 17:30:17 EST 2015 Garland's imaginative first feature grapples with the dangers...
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The Amazon Prime pilot sci-fi fans should not miss
connections don’t end with Philip K Dick either. Ridley Scott, who directed the 1982 film and is producing a sequel, served as one of the executive producers on the pilot. With Scott...
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Where Do Old Protocols Go To Die?
In Ripley Scott's classic 1982 science fiction film
, replicant Roy Batty (portrayed by Rutger Hauer) delivers this soliloquy: "I've...seen things you people wouldn't believe… Attack...
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Internet Engineering Task Force
Miami International Science Fiction Festival Offe...
Every great scientist was once a kid, and every kid, as it turns out, is really a great scientist. "When you're young, you know how to explore, innovate and investigate," says FAU doctoral student...
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Ex Machina, review: 'bewitchingly smart'
The aim of the week-long visit is for Caleb to carry out a Turing Test: over the course of seven daily encounters with Ava, he has to get to know her and decide whether or not she can pass for a human...
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Poll reveals what we already know: Japanese toile...
Between the futuristic “
”-esque toilets and the slightly terrifying (but healthier for you) traditional squatters, Japanese restrooms can be a bit intimidating for a first-time user. And...
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Will super-intelligent machines kill us all?
Earlier this month an open letter signed by AI experts and leading thinkers, including Professor Stephen Hawking, called for greater research in how to make AI systems "robust and...
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Japanese androids hold news conference, chat with...
Japanese android Otonaroid (left) holds a press conference at the Miraikan technology museum in Tokyo on Tuesday, introducing tabletop conversation robots developed by the Japan Science and Technology...
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