Watch the first teaser for the animated Batman: The Killing Joke film

Ever since the project was announced at Comic-Con last year, we’ve been dying to see what the animated adaptation of Batman: The Killing Joke will look like. Well, the first teaser trailer for the film has now appeared, along with a 10-minute behind-the-scenes featurette. The provenance of these videos is a little dubious …

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HP says its new ultra-thin laptop will out-innovate Apple

Having made a habit of emulating (if not outright imitating) Apple’s MacBook and MacBook Air lines in recent years, HP believes its latest laptops are going to propel it to a position of design leadership. Speaking to The Wall Street Journal ahead of unveiling a new premium laptop on Tuesday, …

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So You Got an iPhone SE. Here’s How to Get All Your Stuff on It

If you’re among the multitudes who purchased a new iPhone SE, you’re likely in a rush to integrate your new device into your day-to-day. Photos, contacts, videos, message history, music, calendars, mail accounts, and many of your apps can all be transferred to your new Apple handset, whether you’re changing teams …

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The 10 Most Righteous New Features Coming to Windows 10

At long last, Microsoft has turned its game console into the full-fledged PC it’s always been meant to be. (The reverse is also true, as more and more games come to PC and Xbox.) The Xbox and Windows stores are now one thing, available everywhere, which means you’ll soon be …

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Gone Girl’s writer is working on a new HBO show

Oscar nominee Amy Adams will star in Sharp Objects, a new HBO show based on the book of the same name by Gillian Flynn, the writer of tense psychological thriller Gone Girl. Adams will play a reporter tracking the murder of two young girls, herself dealing with the aftermath of psychiatric treatment, …

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15 Products That Defined Apple’s First 40 Years

The Apple II wasn’t the first Apple computer, but it was the first one made for the masses. When it hit stores in 1977, it had a whopping four kilobytes of RAM, and let you run programs and save data…using cassette tapes. Seriously. It was a smash success, though. It …

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