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Dwarves and hobbits in open-source land

Open source has grown up. It's no longer about heroes and villains. It's about code. Whether this is good or bad is up to us.

By September 2, 2008

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Richard Armitage: interview

CNET Australia caught up with The Hobbit's Richard Armitage to talk CGI, Tolkien, fat suits — and sustainable energy.

By May 2, 2013

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Lego Hobbit covered PS4 is totally Rad(agast)

Why have a plain black console sitting in your living room when you could cover it with 2,500 Lego bricks and recreate The Hobbit?

By April 16, 2014

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Mutant star's behavior baffles astronomers

A giant star in the Canis Majoris constellation isn't acting like itself, and scientists are doing their best to figure out why.

By June 4, 2014

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Hobbits, trolls, and elves invade Google Chrome

Indulge your inner Hobbit with the "Journey through Middle-earth" interactive experience from Google. But beware of Hill-trolls!

By November 28, 2013

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Dwarvicise: New 'Hobbit' video diary is a riot

Despite a hectic production schedule for the remaining "The Hobbit" movies, Peter Jackson and crew take time to create a behind-the-scenes video showing sets, pick-up shooting, and dwarves doing jazzercise.

By July 1, 2013

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Game of Thrones season 4 to be unsheathed on 6 April

HBO says the fourth series of the fantasy gorefest will start a week later than last year, apparently to avoid clashing with The Walking Dead.

By January 10, 2014

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Hobbits get serious about air safety

Weta has teamed up with Air New Zealand to produce a Hobbit-inspired safety video that includes a cameo by Peter Jackson.

By October 31, 2012

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'Lord of the Rings' dwarven beard, helm forged from yarn

The realm of Middle-earth collides with the human realm of crafting to create a crocheted helm and beard that will strike fear into the hearts of orcs everywhere.

By December 19, 2012

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The Hobbit is an unexpectedly slow journey at 48fps HFR

The Hobbit is shot in 3D at 48 frames per second -- twice the rate of normal movies. But what difference does it make? What does HFR look like?

By December 9, 2012