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Conference caters to amateur video producers delivering serious traffic to the Google-owned site.
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The ability to determine the outcome of a movie with your mind has become a reality, according to U.K.-based tech company MyndPlay.
The most startling visual effect in Marvel's "Captain America: The First Avenger" isn't any bit of superhero derring-do but rather the sight of star Chris Evans shrunk down to a proverbial 97-pound…
Is the iPad a whole new media platform or simply just another "smart" TV in the home?
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