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celluloid

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ScenePast reels you in with film sites then and now

Want to know what a street corner from the 1958 movie "Vertigo" looks like today? Take a click through this cool app for movie buffs.

By 25 June 2014

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Haute couture as lightbox: 'Little Slide Dress' gets the picture

A design student in New Zealand creates a light-up photographic dress using Kodachrome, LEDs, and a LilyPad Arduino.

By 31 May 2012

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Tech Time Machine: 6 April

It's a big day in tech as we discuss the launch of Intelsat I, the discovery of teflon and the patenting of celluloid.

By 6 April 2012

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Instagram and the Zuckerbergian plan for global conquest

The deal is the latest piece of a methodical strategy to morph Facebook into more than a social network.

By 10 April 2012

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Filmmaker Kevin Smith blasts MPAA ratings in online-porn era

Q&A In his book "Tough Sh*t," Smith muses on his long career in movies and transitioning to running a podcasting empire. But in a CNET interview, Silent Bob argues the MPAA can't protect kids.

By 1 April 2012

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Why is much of 'Resident Evil' trailer a shill for Sony gadgets?

Some are aghast that half of the new "Resident Evil: Retribution" trailer consists of a slightly banal presentation of various Sony products, but is this an attempt at meta-cleverness?

By 20 January 2012

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Labour social media 'guru' resigns over SNP Downfall parody

MP Tom Harris has quit as Labour's social media chief in Scotland after making a Downfall parody of SNP leader Alex Salmond.

By 17 January 2012

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Boxwish: Celluloid style

Boxwish is a site with a great premise: you look up a film, and it tells you where you can buy the stuff seen in the film -- perfect for a Tarantino party

By 16 October 2008

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Inside CNET Labs 84: A Halo Elite? (podcast)

Antuan Goodwin guest stars in this episode of sex, betrayal, and dynamite, black dynamite.

By 25 March 2010

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The Real Deal 190: Online TV and movies (podcast)

J. Sperling Reich from Showbiz Sandbox joins us to explain why the TV and movies online are restricted the way they are.

By 11 December 2009