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Apple Stores demote the iconic iPod from display tables to the wall rack

Beginning next week, iPods will be demoted from the table display to wall racks in Apple Stores. The devices, which were once a groundbreaking way to consume music, will now be found alongside other accessories like headphones and chargers.

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Does porn still have the power to push new tech, or has it gone soft?

Porn has long had a reputation as technology’s king maker, pushing whichever tech it backs to success. But is that really the case?

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DirecTV announces 4K Genie Mini, bringing UHD video to secondary TVs

Pushing forward to support ultra high definition televisions outside of the living room, DirecTV's new 4K Genie Mini will let consumers watch UHD video on a secondary television in the home.

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Facebook inspired this CBS sitcom from Will & Grace co-producer Jhoni Marchinko

In a new untitled CBS comedy, 20-somethings will use Facebook's "People You May Know" feature to find new friends. While attempting to portray plugged-in youth culture, we expect it will fall short.

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New Carl Sagan doc will be produced by the minds behind Interstellar and Contact

An upcoming Warner Bros. biopic will celebrate the astrophysicist Carl Sagan. Produced by his widow Ann Druyan, we expect the film will explore his scientific work, his TV show "Cosmos" and his family life.

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Drop the linens, take the TV: Wedding registries are getting much techier

Putting together a wedding registry can be fun, especially when you stick to things you want and not just what you think you're expected to put on there. Technology is playing a bigger part in modern wedding registries, so go ahead and put a TV on there.

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Drake FM? Local radio station switches to all Drake all weekend

For one weekend, a local gospel radio station in Charlotte, NC played just one artist: popular Canadian rapper Drake. While the stunt was a marketing gimmick, was it a successful one?

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Get your skull ready! Aftershokz unveils new bone conduction headphones

Aftershokz has taken to Indiegogo for the company's latest take on bone conduction headphones, the Trekz Titanium, which send music through your skull instead of your ear canal, allowing users to be fully aware of their surroundings while cranking the tunes.

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SNL alumni’s Documentary Now! mockumentary begins three-year run on IFC Thursday

Fred Armisen and Bill Hader star in IFC mockumentary series 'Documentary Now!' which tell the fake tales of animal hoarders, soft rock bands and more. The series, which begins on Thursday, has already been confirmed for season two and three.

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Monoprice’s newest headphones put the bang-for-your-buck proposition to the test

Monoprice is generally known for low-cost products that are actually worth buying, including a number of surprisingly good speakers and headphones. Now the company is bolstering its headphone lineup with three new additions.

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Pioneer’s Dolby Atmos stable continues to grow with two new speaker models

With Pioneer's recently released VSX-1130 offering Dolby Atmos support, the company has decided it's a perfect time to release two new speaker models: the SP-BS22A-LR compact and SP-T22A-LR add-on speakers.

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Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara fall into a dangerous seduction in Carol

Carol, a Cannes standout based on Patricia Highsmith's novel "The Price of Salt," tells the tale of two star-crossed women falling for each other. Todd Haynes ("Far from Heaven," "I'm Not There") directed the film.

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HBO follows big-name streaming services, uses kids’ content to target cord-cutting parents

HBO's deal to bring Sesame Street to its channel, and more importantly, HBO Now, its standalone streaming service, is just the first move in the company's streaming battle with Amazon and Netflix.

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Get your Scooby Snacks: Scoob and the gang are coming back to theaters

Your friends Scooby, Shaggy and co. are coming back to the silver screen on Sept. 21, 2018, Producers Charles Roven and Richard Suckle, who previously worked on the Scooby-Doo live action films, will helm the Warner-produced film.

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