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10 tech stories you missed this week: Netflix tax, iPhone 5C leaks, and more

It can be challenging to keep track of everything that happens in the tech world. That's why we have compiled a list of the top 10 tech stories from this week -- just for you.

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Expect a more scientific Shark Week this year with Sharkopedia, extensive social media push

This year's Shark Week will feature expanded scientific online content through its site "Sharkopedia" and a social media push to re-establish the series focus on the facts. It's the Discovery's response to viewers' backlash against past programming, which…

Sit back and relax with Wayne’s World 2 and more in our 5 shows to stream

How are you going to get through this week? By pulling up your favorite streaming service and queueing the finest films and TV shows available now. Up this week: An Honest Liar, 48 Hrs., Faults, and more.

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Lifetime bets you will pay $3.99-a-month to watch sappy movies

Definitely targeting a niche group of cord cutters, A+E Networks has launched a streaming application that lets subscribers watch Lifetime movies that are related to the ongoing theme on the Lifetime channel.

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Even Ant-Man wants to call The Avengers in the movie’s latest trailer

Paul Rudd thinks the Avengers might be a better option than him suiting up as Ant-Man in the latest trailer for Marvel Studios' upcoming superhero movie that also stars Michael Douglas.

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Back to the Future’s anniversary prompts a name-change for a Kansas city

The 30th anniversary of the premiere of Back to the Future has prompted a Kansas city to officially rename itself Hill Valley for a day in honor of Robert Zemeckis' 1985 sci-fi adventure movie.

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Deadpool strikes a comics-inspired pose in new movie photos

Ryan Reynolds appears as Deadpool in three new photos from the set of the upcoming movie featuring the popular Marvel Comics antihero, featuring a script by the Zombieland writers.

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Stephen Colbert turns to public access to awkwardly (and hilariously) interview Eminem

Stephen Colbert took over a local Michigan public access show called Only in Monroe for a full 40 minutes of satire, best of which was his 20-minute interview with rapper and producer Eminem.

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Cinefix tugs at heartstrings with 8-bit tribute to Oscar-winning composer James Horner

James Horner played an integral part in several classic films during his life, providing scores to Aliens, Avatar, Apollo 13, Glory, and Braveheart just to name a few. Now Cinefix has immortalized him in a brilliant new video.

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Trump’s run for president is the best prop for late night comedy since Sarah Palin

Late night TV hosts have been giddy over Donald Trump's presidential candidacy. Since announcing his bid on June 16, the real estate mogul has served as comedy fodder on numerous shows, creating a level of presidential satire not seen since 2008.

Betty White, Anthony Anderson sign on for To Tell The Truth reboot

Betty White, NeNe Leakes, and Anthony Anderson have signed on for ABC's To Tell The Truth. The comedy/game show will be a reboot of the version that originally aired in the 1950s and '60s.

TV Land removes Dukes of Hazzard reruns

As the Confederate flag has become a hot-button issue following the racially-motivated mass-shooting that occurred in Charleston South Carolina, many organizations have decided to take action to distance themselves from the emblem.

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Time to kill? Here’s 111 riveting movies you can watch on Netflix right now

Save yourself from hours of scrolling and searching through Netflix's massive library by checking out this list of our favorite movies you can stream right now.

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Fatal Attraction is coming to a TV near you in reboot form

The 1987 thriller Fatal Attraction, which earned six Academy Award nominations and starred Michael Douglas and Glenn Close, is being developed as a rebooted television series by FOX, penned by the writers of Mad Men.

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