• Mike Moh - Ryu in Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist - will be playing Bruce Lee in new Tarantino film

    7 monthes ago - By Shoryuken

    Though Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist was heralded as one of the best video-game-to-live-action adaptations yet seen, video game movies and shows still have a stigma about them. Luckily, that stigma hasn't impacted the future job prospects of Mike Moh. He was SF:AF's Ryu, and now he's Quentin Tarantino's vision for Bruce Lee in his new movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
    Moh will be starring alongside Leonard DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Dakota Fanning, and more in the star-studded ensemble cast. And he might not have got there at all had he not thrown a Hadouken on YouTube first.
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  • 6 features in the new MacBooks that business users should love

    6 features in the new MacBooks that business users should love

    7 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Apple on Thursday launched a new family of MacBook Pro laptops in several new configurations for both the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro.
    The MacBook Pro is the laptop that's designed for the worker bee. With that in mind, Apple tells us that these new laptops include several features that business users should love. On top of that, the new version of the operating system - macOS Mojave, due out this fall - also has an armload of business-friendly features.
    Take a look: The new MacBook Pro models that include a Touchbar include faster Intel chips
    The 15-inch models with a Touchbar have a...
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  • 2 New Photos Surfaces From FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE CRIMES OF GRINDELWALD Feature and Young Newt Scamander

    7 monthes ago - By GeekTyrant

    A couple new photos have emerged for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald. The first one above features a young Newt Scamander doing a little wizard training with Albus Dumbledore. The second image show Newt pointing his wand at something off camera in the midst of dealing with his luggage. Take a look: Newt Scamander is back in an exclusive new FantasticBeasts : The Crimes of Grindelwald image! Conjure it up here pic.twitter.com/JrLWiwO2Oq - Empire Magazine July 10, 2018
    Sure, it's not the sexiest picture to convince people the Fantastic Beasts franchise is worth showing up for...
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  • Mobvoi TicWatch Pro review: Two screens really are better than one

    7 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    Mobvoi is innovating on a smartwatch platform that's standing still.
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  • The 5 Biggest Changes in the New MacBook Pro

    7 monthes ago - By Laptop Mag

    Apple's 2018 MacBook Pros may not be the radical revision that some have begged for, but they look to offer amazing gains. These notebooks not only have made a logical leap forward, but...
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  • Apple discontinues 2015 MacBook Pro

    Apple discontinues 2015 MacBook Pro

    7 monthes ago - By MobileSyrup

    On Thursday, Apple announced a refresh to its MacBook Pro line of laptops. What you may have missed is that the company has also stopped selling the 2015 MacBook Pro. The 2015 MacBook Pro was the last laptop in the Pro line to feature an HDMI port and a full-sized SD Card reader. The old Pro also included USB Type-A ports and Apple's MagSafe magnetic charging connector. With the 2015 Pro out of the picture, the MacBook Air is now the last portable Mac that features a SD Card reader, USB-A ports and MagSafe charger. It's not necessarily the most consumer-friendly move from the company since...
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  • New MacBook Pros are the most powerful laptops Apple has ever made

    New MacBook Pros are the most powerful laptops Apple has ever made

    7 monthes ago - By Digital Trends

    Apple's new MacBook Pros are the most powerful laptops the company has ever released. With support for up to 4TB of storage and 32GB of RAM, each system comes with an Intel eighth-generation CPU, ranging for Core i5, to i9.
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  • Apple's New MacBook Pro Is Still Missing One Killer Feature

    7 monthes ago - By Forbes

    Despite welcome additions like 6-core CPUs and hefty storage, Apple is still impossibly late to the game with one killer feature.
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