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Why the Hulk will be a no-show in Captain America: Civil War

Hulk was removed from the initial scripts for Captain America: Civil War, says Mark Ruffalo, in order to preserve a big secret about his whereabouts after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Movies & TV

The rotating bezel on Samsung's Gear S2 is a twist of interface genius

Samsung is on a roll with designing nice devices, and the Gear S2 is its best-looking smartwatch yet. It also has a cool rotating bezel and Samsung Pay. Read our hands on impressions here.

Wearables

Toshiba’s latest SSDs serve a pleasing blend of performance and price

Toshiba's new Q300 and Q300 Pro range of SSDs might be designed with different customers in mind, but they both offer solid performance with well-rounded features. The question is, do they stand out from the crowd?

Computing

New green-band trailer for The Night Before wishes you a raunchy Christmas

The new green-band trailer for the raunchy holiday comedy The Night Before features Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Anthony Mackie playing friends reuniting for one final Christmas Eve of debauchery.

Movies & TV

Barnes & Noble introduce Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook

Barnes & Noble has announced the third iteration of the Samsung Nook, the Galaxy Tab S2. The 8-inch tablet comes with a HD display for books, movies, TV shows and games, with enough battery life for 14 hours use.

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Steam Big Picture update encourages you to try, before you buy more

One of the biggest first-world issues faced by gamers today, is that we have too much to play. That's why Valve has made a change in its new Big Picture update, to encourage people to play some of the games they already own, instead of buying more.

Computing

Why one CEO believes the toy industry needs to forgo gender labels

Don Coolidge, the CEO and co-founder of Elemental Path and creator of CogniToys, firmly believes that the toy industry should forgo gender labels to ensure that children feel the freedom to choose toys regardless of gender stereotypes.

Cool Tech

iPhone 6S and 6C rumors: Rumored 5MP front cam would take stellar selfies

Apple may have recently launched the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, but news of the iPhone 6S and an iPhone 6C are already on its way. Here is all the key information we think we know so far, including specs, and a possible release date.

Mobile

Microsoft announces plans for WebM support in Edge browser

In response to overwhelming demand in user feedback, Microsoft has announced that support for the increasingly popular WebM file format in its Edge browser has entered active development.

Computing

The soul still burns: SoulCalibur: Lost Swords closes in November

SoulCalibur: Lost Swords, Bandai Namco's free-to-play fighting game for the PlayStation 3, will close down by the end of this year, the publisher announced today.

Gaming

Asus shows off nearly a dozen new 100-Series motherboards

With a new generation of Intel CPUs just a short while away, motherboard makers are responding in kind by announcing all of their supporting hardware. Asus has followed suit with 10 new motherboards of its own, all packing new and exciting features.

Computing

Huawei and LG Nexus: Both Nexus phones tipped to launch Sept. 29 for $400

Rumors are starting to spread about Google's next Nexus phone, and there could be two out in 2015, with one being made by Huawei and the other by LG. Here's what we think we know so far.

Mobile

Sexting has landed a 14-year-old in a police database for child pornography

A 14-year-old British teenager couldn't have intended for his sexy, nude Snapchat to land him in a police database for "making and distributing an indecent image of a child." His name will remain in the database for up to 10 years.

Mobile

Huawei’s G8 is a mid-ranger with an all-metal build and fingerprint sensor

A second Huawei smartphone has been announced at IFA 2015, the Huawei G8. Launched a few hours after the Mate S, it looks almost identical with the fingerprint sensor and all metal design, but with lower specifications.

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