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July 2014 Archive


“Guardians of the Galaxy” Animated Series Coming to Disney XD

By Sefra Orlick
Source: Animation World Network

Marvel revealed a “Guardians of the Galaxy” animated series just recently at their Marvel Animation panel at the San Diego Comic-Con International.
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Legend Of Korra Moving Online

By Sefra Orlick
Source: Cinema Blend

Nickelodeon has turned "Legend Of Korra,"into an online show. August 1st marks the first airing of the show as a digital-only release.
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Microsoft to Shut Down Xbox Entertainment Studios

By Lance Hosaka
Source: Polygon

In a recent announcement, Microsoft is closing down the Xbox Entertainment Studios, over the next couple of months.
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TMNT Art Tribute Exhibition: Celebrating 30 Years

By Sefra Orlick
Source: Gallery Nucleus

In honor of the 30th anniversary of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," Nickelodeon Studios and Gallery Nucleus are hosting an art tribute exhibition to the popular series. The exhibition runs until August 3rd.
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Xbox One Sales Double in June

By Sefra Orlick
Source: Siliconera

According to Microsoft, Xbox one sales in the U.S. doubled in the month of June in comparison to the sales from May 2014.
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The Essential Orson Welles

By Frances Eames Noland

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences recently showcased “The Essential Orson Welles,” a retrospective of the great director’s work, featuring everything from "Lady Shanghai" to "F for Fake."
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Sony May Add an “Early Access” Program to the PS4

By Lance Hosaka
Source: Polygon

While nothing official has been stated, Sony has stated their interest in adding an Early Access feature to Playstation 4.
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YouTube Allowing for 60 FPS Videos and Virtual Tip Jar

By Lance Hosaka
Source: Polygon

Two new features are coming to Youtube: high framerate support and the ability to pay content creators directly.
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Phillips UK Successfully Sues Nintendo for Copyright Infringement

By Lance Hosaka
Source: Bloomberg

After a long legal battle as far back as 2006, the UK branch of electronics company Phillips successfully manages to sue Nintendo in a copyright infringement case.
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Tablets to Introduce Mood-capturing 3-D Camera Early Next Year

By Sefra Orlick
Source: Computer World

A new 3-D webcam, known as Intel’s RealSense 3D camera has been announced to appear in Windows and Android tablets sometime early next year. This 3-D webcam is stated to have the unique ability to recognize facial expressions.
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