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Here’s the Version of ‘Gravity’ Where Superman Just Fixes Everything

gravity-superman.jpg In Gravity, 1997′s Batman was no help when things got hairy, now, thanks to editor Krishna Shenoi, we can see how 1978-1987′s Superman handle an adrift Sandra Bullock in this alternate cut. Simply put, he does a very excellent task. He’s Superman!

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Xbox One’s pre-Titanfall multiplayer update goes live today: here’s everything in it

We’ve already touched on what you could expect from the Xbox One’s next update, and now it’s here. Alongside those as-predicted multiplayer improvements (easier inviting, chat upgrades), Twitch TV live-streaming is here, as well as a new quiet mode…

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MWC 2014: here’s what’s next for the smartphone industry

Next week marks the coming of an annual ritual: Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest trade show devoted to the wireless industry. This is the place where the Samsungs, HTCs, AT&Ts, and Vodafones of the world rub shoulders in scenic Barcelona. Deals that will shape the future of wireless are made and broken right here on the Mediterranean. Big phones (both literally and figuratively) are announced. Trends are established. Sometimes, Eric Schmidt says crazy things. Even Windows 8, only tangentially related to the mobile world, was fully unveiled here. For phone lovers — and pretty much anyone with a smartphone, for that matter — it’s an important few days to keep an eye on.

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Here’s an early look at Google Project Tango’s indoor mapping abilities

Yesterday Google announced Project Tango, a prototype smartphone with a sophisticated 3D sensing system for mapping and tracking your surroundings. One day later, we’ve already got a sneak peek at the phone’s indoor modeling capabilities, courtesy of…

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Here’s an early look at Google Project Tango’s indoor mapping abilities

Yesterday Google announced Project Tango, a prototype smartphone with a sophisticated 3D sensing system for mapping and tracking your surroundings. One day later, we’ve already got a sneak peek at the phone’s indoor modeling capabilities, courtesy of…

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Toy Fair has a little something for everyone, and here’s how it looks on the inside

To say the least, there’s always something peculiar to be found at Toy Fair. Put simply, this place is guaranteed fun. It’s like being five years young and stepping into a Toys R Us for the first time ever — except there’s much, much more stuff…

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Here’s a peek at the new Cosmos series, hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson

Yup, that is Neil deGrasse Tyson standing amidst a virtualization of the universe, which can only mean one thing: the astrophysicist has ascended beyond our mortal coil into a higher plane of being! …Or that we’ve got our first look at the updated …

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Engadget is live at CES, here’s who to follow on social media

Here we are, #EngadgetCES. We’ll be your home for all things #CES2014, but what if you’re hungry for even more tidbits of information? Never fear, the unfiltered world of social media is here. Not only can you keep up with Engadget itself, but stalk …

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Microsoft releases Xbox One cheat sheet: here’s what you can tell Kinect to do

Every Xbox One comes with a new Kinect sensor — a powerful peripheral that lets the game console read your heart rate and respond to your voice commands. In our review of the Xbox One, however, we discovered that the Kinect typically only recognizes extremely specific vocal cues like “Xbox turn off” and “Xbox Bing.” How many of those prompts are there, and what can they do? Microsoft just released a cheat sheet with a host of examples.

In addition to useful commands like “Xbox Snap” and “Xbox Play,” for example, you can also say “Xbox Help” on any screen or in any app to bring up a simplified user manual. “Xbox Invite” is a shortcut to get your friends in on the action, allowing you to pull up the Party interface without leaving your…

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Here’s what Google’s mystery barge is going to look like

What’s 50-feet tall, 250-feet long and outfitted with decorative “fish fin” sails? Google’s so-called mystery barge, apparently. Mum’s still the word in Mountain View, but at the Port of San Francisco, details about the floating technology scow are starting to emerge. Documents obtained by the San …

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