‘Assassin’s Creed’ Creator Talks New Title and Adapting Video Game Movies

Patrice Desilets, president and creative director at Panache Digital Games, is best known for conjuring up the history-exploring battle between the Assassins and the Knights Templar in Ubisoft’s “Assassin’s Creed.” He served as creative director on the first three games in the bestselling franchise, which spawned a film starring Michael Fassbender in 2016. Desilets also served as the creative director […]

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France Faces Lawsuit After Seizing 'France.com' Domain From Man Whose Owned The Name Since 1994

The domain name, ‘France.com,’ was seized by the French government from a man who has owned the name since 1994. The original owner of the domain name, France.com, has filed a lawsuit to recover the domain name after it was seized by the French government. Now France faces a lawsuit after seizing the domain name from the owner who was […]

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Windows' April 2018 update aims to save you time

Microsoft says its flagship operating system Windows is being updated to help us get more stuff done. The new release — called the "Windows April 2018 Update" — introduces three major features. There's a new timeline view, a feature to help you ignore distractions, and improved voice control. Microsoft is sending Windows to the cloud to make it more useful. […]

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YouTube Takes New Aim at TV Advertising Budgets

YouTube wants to siphon off more advertising dollars out of the traditional TV ecosystem. Google’s video platform is promising Madison Avenue new ways to reach people watching YouTube on TV screens — as well as target YouTube ads to cord-cutters and consumers who don’t watch a lot of traditional TV. YouTube says connected TVs represent its fastest-growing device category, thanks […]

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Grand Theft Auto IV's in-game radio station hit with changes after some song licences run out

We hate to be the bearer of bad news but, 10 years after its release, some big changes are about to hit the cult favourite Grand Theft Auto IV. Although not as dramatic as the dispute that hit San Andreas, fans of the game have been left disappointed after a recent patch for the game removed a lot of its […]

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Actors Discuss Breathing Life Into New ‘God of War’

Rapturous reviews have made it clear that Kratos’s son, Atreus, is at the heart of the new “God of War’s” successful reinvention of the franchise. He functions as the game’s emotional center, and he regularly fills in the gaps in Kratos’s knowledge with his own – so perhaps it should come as no surprise that Sunny Suljic, the actor who […]

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‘The Commuter,’ ‘The Post’ Bow in Top 5 on DVD, Blu-ray Disc Sales Charts

The musical “The Greatest Showman,” from 20th Century Fox, and “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” from Walt Disney Studios, repeated as the No. 1 and No. 2 titles, respectively, on the national home video sales charts the week ended April 21. Two newcomers took the next two spots on both the NPD VideoScan First Alert sales chart, which tracks combined […]

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Mobile HDR, Dolby Vision, 4K: can display tech help phones replace TV?

As the small screen in your pocket increasingly becomes the one you see most often, mobile technology is playing catch-up to make sure you get the full cinematic impact of every new film and TV show, even if you're watching on the bus. Recent research from Deloitte shows a threefold year-on-year increase in the number of Australians streaming films and […]

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A lot of Americans think they’d probably try sex with a robot

Being a “sex machine” is about to take on a whole new meaning, because according to new research, four in 10 Americans say they would have sex with a robot. A new study asked 2,000 Americans their thoughts around the concept of “sexbots,” robots that you can, well, have sex with and found that curiosity would get the better of […]

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