In a sneak peek from Marvel, fans get a glimpse of three characters: Karl Mordo, the Ancient One and Kaecilius, the movie's villain.
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The social network broadcasts a standoff after police respond to a call from a "female requesting help." Meanwhile, Brown posts his version of events on Instagram.
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Hamill sparks fan speculation about the fate of Luke Skywalker in the "Force Awakens" sequel.
Google's social network gets a redesign that might convince people to use it. All users will see the new interface by default.
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Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Black Widow, Bruce Banner, Hawkeye and Scarlet Witch get recast as various members of the Tanner household in this cleverly edited parody video.
The world can follow along with internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom's extradition appeal almost in real-time, a New Zealand judge has ruled.
With Google's new Android app, you can help the company translate languages, understand handwriting and keep its shareholders happy.
Amazon stops recommending customers repurchase certain food items at inflated prices, following a scoop from CNET.
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