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Resident Evil director confirms 3D follow-up to begin production soon

Paul W.S. Anderson confirms Resident Evil Rising title for sixth film in Resident Evil franchise. Like Retribution before it, Anderson will shoot the coming sequel in 3D.

Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare grows with microtransactions and June PC release

Electronic Arts announces a June PC release and adds microtransactions to PopCap Games' colorful multiplayer shooter, Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare.

Lomography improves iOS app for Smartphone Film Scanner, now faster and streamlined

We bust out our old film negatives to play with the new Lomography Smartphone Film Scanner and see if we can turn them into digital photos fit for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Plus, Lomography improves the companion smartphone app.

Warner Bros. makes it official: Justice League movie to follow Man of Steel sequel

Warner Bros. confirms that a Justice League movie will follow 2016's Man Of Steel sequel, which will introduce a new Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, among other DC Comics superheroes.

Legislation to introduce smartphone kill switch struck down in California

Legislation which would force smartphone manufacturers to install a mandatory kill switch, which would render the phone useless in the event of a theft, has failed to pass in California.

Soon, the perfect device for you will be the one you design yourself

Our phones are faster, thinner and more capable than ever before, but the pool of devices we have to choose from hasn’t really grown. The next big step? Making it yours.
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SunBriteTV cuts the fat, tames the heat with next-gen weatherproof LED HDTVs

By switching to LED panels and using a new heat-management system, SunBriteTV's latest outdoor HDTV is 50-percent slimmer, as well as being brighter and lighter. The Signature Series SB-3270HD can withstand temperatures from minus-24…
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Praying mantis dons world’s smallest 3D glasses (in the name of research, naturally)

Praying mantises in the UK have been donning 3D specs in a unique experiment that could lead to new methods for implementing 3D recognition and depth perception in computer vision and robots.

Windows XP is permanently vulnerable to the newest Internet Explorer zero-day flaw

Microsoft over the weekend warned of a serious security flaw affecting versions 6 through 11 of its Internet Explorer browser. A fix is on the way, though this won't cover those still using XP, as the company ended support for the old OS…
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Awesome tech you can’t buy yet, for the week of April 27, 2014

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
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10 tips and tricks to make your Netflix experience even better

Netflix's tried and true formula hardly begs for improvement, though we've found 10 ways you can improve your streaming experience and get the absolute most out of your Netflix subscription.