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EW.com has posted a “sneak peek” of Arrested Development, which will continue its story exclusively on Netflix starting May 26th. If there was any doubt about the quality of this new season, this short clip should soothe your worries.
Did you know that taxes are due Monday? I didn’t, but thanks to AMC, I do now. Unfortunately. AMC, a chain of movie theaters, announced that in celebration of ending the tax season, small popcorns (yes, you can use this as a plural! Why don’t you stop me!) will be on the house this weekend!
It’s that time again. FX has renewed the offensive, yet (somewhat) funny It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia for a tenth season, giving the gang additional air time after the ninth season debuts this fall. As a fan of the first few seasons, I have incredibly mixed feelings. Will the creators be able to plow through two seasons of original material or will they have to pull from previous seasons again?
I’ve had the joy and splendor to preview the entire office suite for the last few months; not because of choice but because it was free and I needed it for school. Microsoft announced that Office 365 will cost around $99/per year (or $9.99/per month) for the Home Premium version. Does Office really need to be updated that often to justify the annual/monthly cost?
After I preordered my Lumia 900, rumors of a new Lumia and Windows Phone OS started to blossom. It didn’t bother me until I found out that my phone was incompatible with Windows Phone 8. Nokia and Microsoft felt pretty bad about it, so they decided to create a small update to make us early adopters not feel left out. Well guess what guys, I still feel left out.
The telecom industry you know and love (AT&T, T-Mobile, Intel, Qualcomm, etc) are sweating buckets over the governments plan to provide free Wi-Fi across the country. You might as well get out your sweat rag.
UPDATE: I’d like to thank the journalistic integrity of the Washington Post for spinning the super Wi-Fi into a huge media fabrication. Anyways, I stand by my original statement – it’s crap.
Who knew Ghostbusters was popular enough to have another iOS game developed? Beeline Interactive must have hired a bunch of ghosthead developers because this iteration is the bees knees.
One day while wasting time on Facebook, I was suggested to like Chevy Chase. Sure why not, I thought. He’s a funny guy even if he has been known to be a real Hawthorne. Seriously.
You know it’s bad when an updated Gamecube game for the Wii U creates a huge buzz in the gaming community. Nintendo is notorious for rehashing the same brand over and over again. Why must they run everything into the ground?
While major and minor tech businesses are scrambling to impress investors at CES, Apple has been rather hush-hush. Well, except from these rumors/press releases seethed from the depths of Cupertino.