A collection of internet organizations, including Kickstarter and Reddit, organized with Fight for the Future to urge the government commission to examine services that are exempt from data usage. These include T-Mobile’s Binge On, which keeps content providers like Netflix and YouTube from using customer’s data. The group believes these could be a threat to net neutrality, they said in a letter.
Despite the three previous delays, the latest trailer for the sidescroller has been panned by comments, personalities, and outlets. The graphics and narration tone were the most criticized.
John Carpenter, writer and director of the original 1978 film Halloween, will return to the series after 30 years. He will act as executive producer in the next film of the franchise, in partnership with Blumhouse Productions and Mixamax Films.
On Monday May 23, the first trailer for the live action version of Beauty and the Beast premiered on Good Morning America. This is the first teaser trailer for Disney’s live action remake of the acclaimed 1991 animated film, which was the first animated film to be nominated for the…
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At Google I/O 2016, VP of Engineering for Android David Burke spoke about the many changes coming to the platform. These include many under the hood improvements as well as new features.
At Google’s 10th annual I/O Developer Conference, the search giant announced Google Home. The product is a stationary physical device that answers questions and does tasks, similar to Amazon’s Echo device.
Google and IMAX announced their partnership on Thursday May 19 for new camera technologies for the Mountain View company’s 360 degree camera platform.
At Google I/O 2016, the company announced the Allo and Duo apps. These will be their take on general messaging and video calls, respectively.
DC’s parent company will be seeing an executive shakeup after the middling reception to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Warner Bros. will be taking a more hands on approach to the DC Extended Universe, similar to Marvel.