Arrow: Diggle’s Costume Revealed!

David Ramsey as John Diggle in Arrow: Season 4.

At long last, John Diggle is going to get a costume on Arrow! The CW have revealed this first look at the suit, which will debut on this show in Season 4.

David Ramsey as John Diggle in Arrow: Season 4.

You won’t have to wait long to see Diggle in action in the costume, as it will be seen in the Arrow: Season 4 premiere airing Wednesday, October 7 at 8pm PT on the CW.

For more on Arrow: Season 4, check out what Ramsey and Willa Holland told us at Comic-Con earlier this summer in the video below.

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Goodbye, Docstoc

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Not so long ago, the financial products maker Intuit said it wanted to be “the operating system for small businesses.” Today, seemingly, it wants to be cloud-based accounting and tax services provider for all small businesses. Indeed, two weeks ago, Intuit announced the sale of three well-regarded businesses — Quicken, Quickbase, and Demandforce — that it no… Read More —> Read More

Mega Man Movie Reportedly in Development at Fox

Mega Man, one of the most popular video game franchises of all time, is reportedly heading to the silver screen.

According to The Tracking Board, “20th Century Fox and Chernin Entertainment have started development” on a feature film version of the classic Capcom game. Fox and Chernin are also the parties behind the rebooted Planet of the Apes franchise.

Mega Man started in 1987 for the NES and has, in the decades since, spawned dozens of games and sold over thirty million copies. Mega Man has also been adapted for comics, manga, and anime.

Fox had not responded to our request for confirmation, denial or comment at time of publish. We will, of course, update this report should they respond.

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The Gear S2 is great – now Samsung’s big IoT challenge begins

Samsung Gear S2

Samsung is off to a great start with the Gear S2 smartwatch, with its great UX and broad Android compatibility, but its challenge is only just beginning. The circular-screen wearable is prompting broadly positive first-impressions – from ourselves included – with its discrete design and well-crafted interface, and Samsung has feathered it with a number of high profile apps out … —> Read More

Will The ESRB Give Cannabis Its Own Classification?

The legalization of marijuana has become such a widespread and accepted thought over the years. Constantly seeing an upwards trend in favor of its legalization and the US is saying enough is enough to cannabiss prohibition. Substances in the likes of alcohol and tobacco have their own ESRB classification. Tobacco use, tobacco reference, use of alcohol, alcohol reference, drug reference, and use of drugs are all commonplace titles used by the ESRB when it comes to rating games for their content. —> Read More

Top 10 Vita Games to Play on the PSTV

The PSTV has had quite the rocky start, probably do to the lack of support from video streaming services, (Netflix, and Hulu until recently) and huge Vita exclusives like Uncharted: Golden Abyss, and Gravity Rush. However, this mini console is still bursting with stellar games; from PS Vita, PSP, and PSone classics, theres plenty to play on this nifty device. I want to talk about the best Vita games to play on it! Without further ado, the 10 best Vita games to play on your PSTV. —> Read More

River Song Returning for Doctor Who Christmas Special

Alex Kingston as Professor River Song.

River Song, the beloved time traveling professor of archaeology played by Alex Kingston, will be returning to Doctor Who for this year’s Christmas special, which premieres Christmas Day on BBC and BBC America.

Alongside the announcement of River Song’s return, BBC America provided a brief outline of the character’s role in the upcoming special: “It’s Christmas Day in the future and the TARDIS is parked on a snowy village street, covered in icicles, awaiting its next adventure. Time traveller River Song meets her husband’s new incarnation, in the form of Peter Capaldi, for the first time this Christmas.”

Alex Kingston as Professor River Song.

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Stephen Colbert Test Show Info Reveals New Direction

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert premieres next Tuesday, but test shows are providing a glimpse at what’s to come.

CNNMoney conducted interviews with attendees of recent test shows–episodes that aren’t meant to air and give Colbert and his writers and crew a chance to try out material and format.

One attendee called Colbert “genuine” and said he didn’t carry his “goofy persona” from his Comedy Central show. One bit is said to have played with that history, as he took a lie detector test to answer “Who is the real Stephen Colbert?” Another bit took shots at presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s evasive responses, which one viewer said “felt like an old Colbert thing.” The test shows conducted interviews as well, with Pittsburgh Steelers coach Bill Cowher and U.S. poet laureate Billy Collins.

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Now Kids Can Build Their Own HD Display With The Kano Screen Kit

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Kano‘s crazy cool educational PC is about to get a bit more visual. Kano CEO Alex Klein tweeted out that the company has launched a pre-order for an HD display kit. Kano, which raised a $15M Series A in May, has been aiming to create an invaluable educational experience for kids by helping them get acquainted with how computers work through putting the kit together. The Raspberry… Read More —> Read More

Steven Spielberg explains why Superhero movies are a passing fad

Superhero Movies

Steven Spielberg, acclaimed by many as the greatest director of our time, apparently isn’t as big a fan of superhero movies as most. In a recent interview relayed by Entertainment Weekly, the man responsible for iconic hits like Jaws and Jurassic Park effectively said that current age of the superhero movie is nothing more than a passing fad destined to go away of the Western. Which is to say, it’s a niche genre without much staying power.

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