John Wayne guns for beginners revealed at SHOT Show

The ‘Lil’ Duke, named after iconic Hollywood Western hero John Wayne, is a .177 caliber lever action BB air rifle aimed at beginners and younger shooters.

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Hollywood Hospital Hacked Back to Paper Age


Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center last week revealed its computer systems were offline after a ransomware attack scrambled the data on its systems. Ransomware is a form of malware that encrypts data and system files on a computer and demands payment of a ransom to unscramble the files. Since the attack, HPMC medical personnel reportedly have had to resort to faxes and handwritten charts to perform their daily tasks. The hospital called in the Los Angeles Police Department and the FBI to investigate the incident.

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Apple taps Jon Favreau for new iPhone 6s ad featuring 'Hey Siri'

Article Image Hollywood actor and director Jon Favreau is the latest high-profile personality to lend his face to Apple’s iPhone 6s ad campaign, showing up in a 15-second spot highlighting the handset’s “Hey Siri” functionality.

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Google Doodle honors actress, inventor Hedy Lamarr

She was a glamorous Hollywood actress who romanced Clark Gable, Spencer Tracy and Jimmy Stewart onscreen and was hailed as “the world’s most beautiful woman.”


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Universal unveils official poster for upcoming Steve Jobs movie

As the release of the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs movie grows closer, the Hollywood marketing machine has begun to churn faster and Wednesday’s rotation brought the release of the official promotional poster.

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US Air Force confirms Boeing's electromagnetic pulse weapon

For the last few years, the creative minds of Hollywood had seemingly outpaced the reality of technological and scientific advances in the weapons field.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/05/27/us-air-force-confirms-boeing-electromagnetic-pulse-weapon/

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Auto technology decades ahead of its time

Harley Earl taught Detroit how do get its Hollywood swing on. This innovator who created the Corvette has been compared to da Vinci — and even Steve Jobs. What can we learn from his legacy?

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Universal's Steve Jobs biopic adds Perla Haney-Jardine as Lisa Jobs

After Hollywood superstar Natalie Portman allegedly passed on the role, director Danny Boyle has reportedly settled on relatively unknown actress Perla Haney-Jardine to play Steve Jobs’s once-estranged daughter Lisa in the upcoming film biopic about the mercurial former Apple CEO.



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Oculus reveals Crescent Bay VR headset with 360-degree head tracking and headphones

Crescent Bay, Oculus Rift prototype
At the Oculus Connect developer conference in Hollywood, Oculus VR has revealed its next step towards a consumer-ready virtual reality headset: the Crescent Bay prototype. Crescent Bay has a better and lower-latency display, 360-degree head tracking, much reduced weight (and improved comfort), and integrated headphones (with 3D audio support).

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/190619-oculus-reveals-crescent-bay-vr-headset-with-360-degree-head-tracking-and-headphones

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