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Jurassic World is no joke for Chris Pratt, and he told us why

Ahead of the anticipated release of Universal's new blockbuster, Jurassic World, we got a chance to sit down with lead actors Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and relatively unknown director Colin Trevorrow.

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Game of Thrones burns everything and emerges from the wreckage dragons blazing

Violence reins and more pieces are set In the second to last episode of Game of Thrones season 5, The Dance of Dragons. Stannis makes a terrible choice, and Dany courts an old friend as we ready for the finale.

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How to shoot insane action-sports photos (from a guy who has nearly died doing it)

Professional action photographer Michael Clark looks for new ways to capture his extreme shots, sometimes risking his life. What he gets in return is short of stunning.


LG G4 vs. iPhone 6: Which camera is best?

How does the LG G4 match up against the iPhone 6's market-topping camera. Check out the specs, shots and verdict in this comparison video.


Somebody get these tech companies on Tinder, because they need to hook up

Corporate mergers have a bad reputation for burning consumers, but sometimes two combined companies can produce exactly what we’re dying for. Here are four hook ups we would love to see.


When it’s time to cut an album, The Darkness believe in a thing called digital

The Darkness built a career on over-the-top glam rock, but in the studio with producer and guitarist Dan Hawkins, subtlety and restraint reign as the band strives for the perfect sound.


High school students made this BT headphone adapter, but is it too simple to sell?

This crowdfunded Bluetooth headphone adapter is the brain-child of a group of brilliant high-school entrepreneurs, but will its oversimplified functionality be its undoing?

Home Theater

Why batteries suck, and the new tech that may supercharge them

Today’s batteries are terrible. Lithium ion has stagnated for more than two decades, but there are finally some technologies on the horizon to end our battery woes.


Straight outta East Berlin: DJ Paul van Dyk remixes the politics of electronic music

Growing up in East Germany gave DJ Paul van Dyk a unique perspective that helps fuel the throbbing electronic beats of The Politics of Dancing 3, his latest album.


‘This is your secret.’ The forbidden stories that Crimson Peak actors can never share

Guillermo del Toro, Tom Hiddleston and Charlie Hunnam open up about closing out their fellow cast members from knowing the full extent of their secretive Crimson Peak characters.

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Looking back on your favorite Windows time wasters with the guys who made them

Back in the 90s, games like Rodent's Revenge and Chip's Challenge showed users that PCs weren't just for work. Here's a look back at how they came about — and what's changed since.


Steve Aoki on Neon Future II, his obsession with Wolverine, and DJing on Mars

We speak to DJ Steve Aoki on his passion for music, high-res audio, comic books, and why he’s so excited about the future.


As coach seats shrink, these new designs could save your sanity

There’s no getting around it: Airlines are putting more coach seats in less space. But these new designs at least attempt to make it more pleasant.

Cool Tech

Netflix is the new HBO, YouTube is the new MTV, and everything new is old

Netflix and YouTube are turning TV upside down, but they’re also following the well-trodden path of the companies before them – and need to pay close attention to what did those companies in.

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Inside the living, breathing, bleeding house of Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak

The haunted house at the center of Guillermo Del Toro’s gothic horror film Crimson Peak isn’t just a set, it’s a living, breathing, bleeding character. And we got to step inside.

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