1. Tech

    Get Your First Glimpse at What the Bigger iPhone Screens Will Probably Look Like

    Everybody and their grandmother complained that the iPhone's screen didn't get any bigger between the 5 and 5s when the latter was released. Well, you can all hakuna your collective matatas, friends. If these photos are any indication, your wish will soon be granted.

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  2. Entertainment

    Brace Yourselves: Rumors Say The Matrix Is Getting a Prequel Trilogy

    The Matrix was a huge achievement in filmmaking both technically, visually, and in terms of story. The Matrix Reloaded and The Matrix Revolutions may not have been as bad as most people make them out to be, but let's just say the news of a Matrix prequel trilogy has us... cautiously optimistic.

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  3. Entertainment

    Those Missing Doctor Who Episodes Might Be Coming to iTunes This Week [Rumor]

    Another day, another rumor about those missing first and second doctor-era Who episodes that may or may not been sitting in a BBC Ethopia storage facility for the past forty-or-so years. Except if the Radio Times is to be believed, they might be coming to iTunes on Wednesday. Yeah, this Wednesday. Huh what now?

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  4. Tech

    Fingerprint Scanner? Different Color Options? Here’s a Round-Up of All The New iPhone 5S Rumors

    Having to wait until 1pm EST to find out everything we want to know about the iPhone 5s (and 5C?) is going to be difficult for all of us. So let's speculate wildly about what kind of new features we're going to see unveiled later today.

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  5. Gaming

    Rumored Elspeth Ascended Card From Upcoming Magic: The Gathering Set Theros Spoiled

    Hot on the heels of the release of Magic 2014 and the SDCC info dump for the upcoming Magic: The Gathering expansion, Theros, comes the first possible complete card spoiler for the set. The above image appears to originate from the forums, posted by the user Wizard. If this pans out, things could get interesting.

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  6. Gaming

    Game Rumour Generator Produces Video Games We Could Only Hope to Play

    Anyone that's at all familiar with the gaming press knows well the infusion of rumor that's fed to the public on an almost daily basis. Sometimes these tidbits pan out, and other times they do not. They range from the incredibly outrageous to the too good to be true. It's...tiring, to be frank, but sometimes it leads to speculation that's quite exciting. It's in this vein that we present Game Rumour Generator: A bit of JavaScript that generates absurd video game rumors.

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  7. Tech

    Rumor Mill: Windows 8 Might Be Dropping Windows 8

    Before you get too excited, let me reiterate that this is almost pure rumor at this point, and even if it's true right now, it could change before the next version is released, but Microsoft is reportedly planning on dropping the "metro" design and bringing back the "Start" button for "Windows Blue," as in Windows 8.1. Please let this be true.

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  8. Gaming

    These Could Be the Specs for the Next Generation Kinect

    There is a new batch of rumors about the successor to the Xbox Kinect that give the specifics on the updated device currently operating under the name "Durango". The rumors are detailed down to the specs of the 3D camera sensor, but nothing is official yet. The specs being reported seem pretty believable though -- most categories are getting a slight bump in specs, but nothing so crazy as to raise any doubt. Let's look at the numbers.

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  9. Entertainment

    Ring in the New Year With Even More Rumors About the Justice League Movie

    It's pretty much impossible to go two weeks without another batch of speculation making the rounds about the upcoming Justice League movie. Even though it isn't set to hit theaters for another two years, the plot, villain, and general character details are continuously being brought up for debate, and Warner Bros. hasn't been in a confirming mood. So it's hard to say whether something's even remotely legitimate, but the most recent news includes a nice bevy of character tidbits.

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  10. Gaming

    The Rumored Multiplayer Modes for Bioshock Infinite Have Definitely Been Cancelled

    Irrational Games creative director Ken Levine has confirmed that Bioshock Infinite will definitely not feature a multiplayer component in a pair of tweets today. The announcement comes months after a report from Kotaku suggested that many of the game's rumored multiplayer modes had been cut in an attempt to focus the development of the single-player campaign.

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  11. Entertainment

    Robocop’s New Suit Doesn’t Look Like Batman Anymore

    A couple of months ago, we were shocked and disturbed when images leaked from the set of the upcoming Robocop remake revealed that the cyborg hero's iconic look had been replaced by a black-plated suit strongly resembling Batman's costume in the Christopher Nolan trilogy. We're now happy to find that new concept art has surfaced, indicating that Robocop will, somewhere down the line, get some silver armor that looks more like the original than a generic "super-suit."

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  12. Entertainment

    Guillermo Del Toro is Interested in Bringing Justice League Dark to The Big Screen

    DC Comics isn't nearly as organized about making movies as Marvel. They claim that they're going to make a Justice League movie by 2015, but as far as we know Disney has made more progress on the new Star Wars. While DC's uncertain future may be unfortunate for certain projects, it leaves the door open for other, less conventional projects. Guillermo Del Toro, creator of fantastically weird, dark films, may be looking to take advantage of the situation: According to io9, the Hellboy director has been talking to DC about making a movie based on Justice League Dark, the company's supergroup comprised of darker heroes from imprint Vertigo.

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  13. Entertainment

    Rumor: Disney’s in Talks to Buy Hasbro, Apparently Wants to Own Your Childhood Entirely

    Ever since Disney picked up Marvel back in 2009, rumors have run rampant as to what other companies they might gobble up. Until they grabbed Lucasfilm, all of this was just idle speculation, but now everything's back on the table. See, Lucasfilm marks the second incredibly high-profile acquisition that the animation kings have picked up just in the past three years. Word on the Internet is that they're not going to stop there. According to MTV Geek, Disney's in talks to buy Hasbro, which means they'd grab franchises like Transformers and bring products like Magic: the Gathering into the fold.

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  14. Gaming

    Wild Rumor of the Day: Is Valve Making a Sci-Fi MMO Based on DOTA!?

    Everybody loves crazy rumors about what's going on at Valve. From trying to will Half Life 3 into existence by putting rumors out on the internet to more legitimate teases about forées into wearable computers, when somebody starts talking about Gabe Newell and Co, people start listening. So listen to this, folks. For third time this year, concept art from a possible new IP from Valve has managed to find its way onto the internet. Based on the art (and more rumors), it sounds like Valve is working on an space-travelling MMO of some kind.

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  15. Entertainment

    Did LEGO Just Out the Plots of Iron Man 3 and Man of Steel?

    A new series of super hero-themed LEGO sets based on recent and upcoming comic book films may have just confirmed, if not revealed, key plot points from Marvel's next movie, Iron Man 3, and Zach Snyder's upcoming take on Superman, Man of Steel. A list of upcoming LEGO sets, on track to come out in 2013, feature Batman, Spider-Man, Iron Man, and Superman. Though some of the sets clearly have no relationship their film counterparts, (there's a Batman-themed set called "Aquaman on Ice.") the Iron Man and Superman-themed sets match up with rumored details about Iron Man 3 and Man of Steel. For the record, the rest of this post may contain relatively detailed spoilers about Iron Man 3 and Man of Steel. Proceed at your own risk.

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