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Wikipedia used Wikipedia to make a video about 2014


It's December, which means it's time to recap what's happened over the past 12 months. We've done it.

LG's webOS 2.0 TVs are coming to CES


LG's attempt to resurrect webOS for smart TVs is entering a new phase at CES 2015. A wide range of webOS 2.0 TVs will be displayed in Vegas, and LG is focusing on performance; the company says that starting the YouTube app from the home screen is 70 percent faster, for example, and overall boot times should be up to 60 percent quicker.

Judge keeps Steve Jobs video testimony from public release


A California judge has denied a request from a trio of media outlets to make video deposition of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs available to the public.

US officials link Sony Pictures hack to North Korea


US officials are now pointing the finger at North Korea for the hacks against Sony Pictures, multiple reports claim.

Sony cancels The Interview release after theaters pull out


Sony is canceling The Interview's planned Christmas-day release in light of all major US theater chains deciding not to show the film, according to CNN.

New York bans fracking because of uncertain health effects


New York state officially banned fracking today, following a six-year-long moratorium on the practice.

Up close with the BlackBerry Classic

BlackBerry is returning to its roots. Today the company announced the release of the BlackBerry Classic, its latest smartphone with a full QWERTY physical keyboard and an optical trackpad, bringing back the best thing about the company that once dominated the smartphone market.

Mars and comets: a brief summary of this week's sweetest space news


Space and planetary scientists are out in force this week at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union in San Francisco.

MoviePass lands deal with AMC theaters for subscription movie service


MoviePass has finally signed on a big partner for its unique subscription service, which lets moviegoers see one film every day for a flat monthly total.

North Korea thriller starring Steve Carell has been canceled


Here we go. Deadline is reporting that New Regency has decided to cancel a "paranoid thriller" set in North Korea that was being developed by Gore Verbinski (Pirates of the Caribbean) and set to star Steve Carell.

Watch every onscreen death in the Lord of the Rings trilogy


Let's get this out of the way first: I don't think there are exactly 212,470 on-screen deaths during Peter Jackson's entire (extended edition) Lord of the Rings, as purported by this six-minute supercut...

Watch every onscreen death in the Lord of the Rings trilogy


Let's get this out of the way first: I don't think there are exactly 212,470 on-screen deaths during Peter Jackson's entire (extended edition) Lord of the Rings, as purported by six-minute supercut...

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel on being hacked: "It's not okay that people steal our secrets"


One of the least expected companies to take collateral damage in the epic Sony Pictures hack has been Snapchat.

Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel on being hacked: "I felt like I was going to cry all morning"


One of the least expected companies to take collateral damage in the epic Sony Pictures hack has been Snapchat.

Uber will use biometric scans to improve background checks on drivers


In the wake of high-profile incidents in which passengers were allegedly assaulted by their drivers, Uber said today it would improve background checks using methods including biometric scans.

The Sony hackers won: The Interview just disappeared from America's biggest theater chains


The biggest movie theater chains in the United States have cancelled all current plans to show The Interview following threats to attack screenings of the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The Sony hackers won: The Interview just disappeared from America's biggest theater chains


The biggest movie theater chains in the United States have cancelled all current plans to show The Interview following threats to attack screenings of the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The Sony hackers won: The Interview just disappeared from America's biggest theater chains


The biggest movie theater chains in the United States have cancelled all plans to show The Interview following threats to attack its screenings of the film. The Wall Street Journal and The Hollywood Reporter are reporting the news, with the Journal saying that the four biggest theater chains are out and the Reporter saying that it's the five biggest.

Congress votes to turn Manhattan Project sites into a national park


The sites where J. Robert Oppenheimer and others developed the atomic bomb could soon be put in the company of Gettysburg, Yellowstone, and the California redwoods.

Congress votes to turn Manhattan Project sites into a national park


The sites where J. Robert Oppenheimer and others developed the atomic bomb could soon be put in the company of Gettysburg, Yellowstone, and the California redwoods.


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