Author Archives: Corey

Windows 10 Mail May Forcibly Implement Microsoft Edge

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Windows 10 users (which is obvious quite a number of people) have had the convenience of having email software pre-installed in their OS for years, but if a update which is still in development goes through, users could be stuck with a browser people aren’t too keen about. The update has mostly quality of life changes, and ultimately won’t change ... Read More »

Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time” is Underperforming

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Turns out that when no one knows what’s going on in your movie, they are a little more apprehensive to go see it. This seems to be lesson Disney has to learn this as “A Wrinkle in Time” looks to be underperforming at the box office on it’s opening weekend. The total for money made is a weak 39.6 million ... Read More »

Super Smash Bros. For Switch…What Exactly is it?

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For those not in the loop, earlier this week Video Game Giant Nintendo (whose been producing games that have effected millions for decades) recently held a Nintendo Direct Event, where they announced some of the big products both early in production and almost out the door. Understandably, millions of gamers tune in to each one of these events when they ... Read More »

Google “Nest” Products MAY be Disappearing from Amazon

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In business the last thing you want to do is give your competitors money. That’s an issue that Amazon is dealing with when it comes to supplying Google’s “Nest” products to it’s users (A majority of which compete directly with Amazon “Echo” products). As Amazon has grown as a bigger and bigger force in the business world, google has been ... Read More »

Mummies Found with 5000 Year-Old Tattoos

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The history of body art has just been changed forever. Recently discovered were 2 ancient mummies who are in amazing condition, and while the story of Mummies isn’t anything new, it’s the art they found on the bodies that has people talking. First question is, How is this all possible? How could the bodies be so well preserved after all ... Read More »

Samsung to Announce New Phone TODAY

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Today at 9AM Pacific Time, Samsung will be holding a conference where they will be announcing their newest phone, which has a 99% chance of being the Galaxy S9. Today’s announcement will be Samsung’s response to the iPhone X, who from those who actually have it, has gotten pretty good reviews. Interestingly enough,  the announcement video for the Galaxy S9 may have been leaked, and ... Read More »

“Labyrinth” Is Coming Back to Select Theatres for A Limited Time!

Jim Henson's Labyrinth

Yup, that “Labyrinth”, created by the late Jim Henson staring the late David Bowie. The cult classic fantasy film will be returning to select theatres and your chance to buy tickets is coming up soon. Starting February 25th Tickets will become available to the public for one of the 3 days of shows, April 29th and May 1-2. This run of ... Read More »

Amazing Harry Potter Toy Wands Shown off in 2018 Toy Fair

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As technology gets better and better with each passing year, it’s amazing what people can do for both human advancement, and just having fun in general. This I think is a mixture of both. For anyone whose a Harry Potter fan, the announcement and opening of Hogwarts in Universal Studios seemed like the pinnacle of wizard dreams come true, but ... Read More »

Marvel’s “Black Panther”…Are the Critics Right?

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If everyone expects greatness, all future successes and failures are apparent. After releasing earlier this week, it looks like Marvel Studio’s newest production “Black Panther” is the hit that they were hoping it to be. Revenue is rolling in and as per usual, all the regular groups are present. We have the Marvel Super Fans who love whatever they make, ... Read More »

2018 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony Suffer a Slight Drop in Ratings

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How could this be? Well, it seems to be a multitude of reasons that caused the Opening Ceremony’s ratings to underperform. Starting off the drop in ratings was around 12% when compared to the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Sochi Olympics, which is just enough to be concerned. Friday night’s proceedings still actually garnered around 27.8 million people to watch, which ... Read More »