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How The Best Seinfeld Parody On The Internet Created Seinfeld Emoji

“Imagen if Senfeld on TV today?” is a question often posed by @Seinfeld2000, an alternate universe of Seinfeld characters in contemporary situations told through garbled English and meme-ready Photoshop renderings. Now @Seinfeld2000′s creator has invented his own 2014-appropriate language to communicate with fans: Seinfeld Emoji.


A Star Trek Phaser TV Remote Is Perfect For Fast-Forwarding Enterprise

The only thing more satisfying for Star Trek fans than fast-forwarding through Enterprise’s awful opening credits would be doing it with this wonderfully detailed phaser prop universal remote. Created using 3D scans of the actual hero prop used on the original Star Trek series, the phaser remote will be officially revealed at ThinkGeek’s San Diego Comic Con booth next week.


This Video Shows How Pretty Much Everything In Game Of Thrones Is Fake

By now, we know that Game of Thrones uses a heavy VFX hand when it comes to building the world of Westeros but it’s still amazing how real their visual effects can make it look. That’s because pretty much everything is fake. Seriously. Anything far off in the distance or people standing around or flags waving have all been added in digitally.


Celebrate Seinfeld's 25th With The Story Behind The Show About Nothing

While you wiled away your weekend, an anniversary snuck by us: on July 5th, Seinfeld turned 25 years old. And despite being old enough to drink, smoke, and drive a rental car, the show is still a nearly-universal cultural reference. The one-hour documentary Seinfeld: How it Began is required watching for any die-hard fan.


Game Of Thrones Australian Exhibition Extends Evening Hours

So we noted earlier in the week that the queues for the Game of Thrones exhibition were insanely long — and we can tell you from our birds-eye view here at Gizmodo Towers that they aren’t getting any shorter. Fortunately for Thrones fanatics, the hours are being extended today and tomorrow.


Community Will Get A Sixth Season On Yahoo

Everyone’s favourite is-it-on-again/is-it-off-again comedy is indeed coming back for another season. But not on another network — on Yahoo, who is following Netflix and Hulu’s leads with a cannonball into the original content waters.


SBS Lets You Switch From Live TV To Catch-Up Seamlessly With HbbTV

If you buy a new TV this year, you’re in for a treat: SBS is the first free-to-air broadcaster to support the new HbbTV Web-enabled TV standard, letting you view On Demand video seamlessly with digital TV.


Halt And Catch Fire Is A Huge Missed Opportunity

Tomorrow in the US, AMC will air the fourth episode of its new series, Halt and Catch Fire. It’s the most comprehensive (fictional) look at the development of the personal computer. Too bad it’s also a huge missed opportunity. (Obvious spoilers ahead).


All 169 Game Of Thrones Season 4 Deaths In One Bloody Supercut

People are constantly getting murdered on Game of Thrones. The whole show is just people trying to kill each other. Here’s every on-screen death in season 4. It’s bloody disturbing. Warning: Spoilers.


The BBC Is Testing Facial Recognition To Gauge Viewer Response

Did you cry when Sherlock “died”? Do you scream with disgust every time Jeremy Clarkson pops up in Top Gear? Well, the BBC wants to know your response to a number of its top shows — and it’s looking to employ facial recognition technology to find out.