Zelda Williams ‘Shrimp’ Short About BDSM Scene to Become Half-Hour Series With Gunpowder & Sky

Zelda Williams, daughter of late actor-comedian Robin Williams, inked a deal with Gunpowder & Sky to develop her short film “Shrimp” into a half-hour show about the lives of female pros in the bondage, discipline, dominance, submission and sadomasochism (BDSM) industry. The show will follow dominatrixes in a Los Angeles BDSM den — both at work with clients, as well […]

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Roku Adds TMZ, Young Turks and Live Sports to Roku Channel

Roku has added videos from TMZ, The Young Turks, America’s Funniest Home Videos, FailArmy and a number of other publishers to its ad-supported Roku Channel this week. The company also included some niche sports publishers, a first for the channel that focused almost exclusively on movies and TV shows at launch. Some of the new sports publishers include the Adventure Sports Network, […]

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Apple Patent Hints at New Smart Headphones

Apple may be working on a new set of over-ear headphones with a built-in array of microphones that could be used for some interesting smart features. A new patent first surfaced by the Patently Apple website describes headphones with a total of 10 built-in microphones. Apple didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. With 5 microphones built into each […]

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You can now watch YouTube on your Nintendo Switch

Nintendo has answered all our Christmas wishes early by releasing a YouTube app on the Switch. As an extra stocking filler, it’s free to download. YouTube viewing is now available on the portable console – something which many fans have been demanding for quite a while. An endless well of content is now open to you if you ever get […]

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Dyson Airwrap review: high-tech hair styling

The quest to make curly hair straight, straight hair curly, and the in between just do something (anything) has been a constant since the ancient Egyptians started using flat iron plates to manage their unruly curls. The next big advancement in hair difference wasn’t until some Parisian guy in the 1800s started using heated rods to style hair. That started […]

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This drone concept could save people from burning buildings

Drones have become a popular toy for hobbyists and in some cases vital tools for various professions, but could they ever save your life? A group of design students in China think so and they’ve developed a concept they call “Net Guard” that turns drones into life-saving guardian angels. The idea here is that a single quadcopter-style drone will expand […]

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This news anchor is actually an AI-powered robot

There’s a reason this news anchor seemed a bit robotic. China’s state news agency this week unveiled the world’s first virtual newsman. The English-speaking “artificial intelligence” anchor for China’s Xinhua News Agency made its debut at the fifth World Internet Conference in east China’s Zhejiang Province — which began Wednesday and runs until Friday. At first glance, the “anchor” appears […]

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