There are a lot of potential DC movies coming in the next few years.
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T2 Trainspotting came out in Australia this week, and I'm apprehensive.
There's always some fear surrounding sequels — they're often seen as inferior money making grabs. Although many follow ups tend to disappoint in one way or another, they're not all bad. In fact, some surpass the first. Here are some of the best that you can watch right now.
Looking for a way to polish up your resume? The demand for professionals who can talk both IT and business only continues to skyrocket. If you want to fine-tune your skills, then picking up the ITIL Foundations Training Bundle is a smart move.
PC enthusiasts, it's a good year so far. Not only do we have a new extreme GeForce GTX 1080 Ti on the way, but AMD is finally bringing the fight back to Intel with its new Ryzen CPUs. Here's everywhere you can put your cash down a few days early to make sure you've got AMD's latest Ryzen chips in your hands as soon as possible.
For many of us, our smartphones carry our whole world — contacts, messages, payment information, eclectic music collection — so it's hard to understate the importance of keeping everything safe and secure. Certain apps can make a big difference — protecting your data and securing your communications. Here are six well worth installing.
The Note7 may live again. It probably won't be sold in Australia or other first-world markets, but Samsung's ill-fated big-screen smartphone might make its way onto the store shelves of countries like India, Brazil, Russia and China. That's the surprising news we're hearing from a Korean news outlet, which says that Samsung will fit the millions of devices sitting in its inventory with a smaller, less ambitious battery.
When the United States was on the bottom rung of The Great Depression, looking for a foothold, desperately clinging onto any shred of hope, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt created The New Deal. Hand over hand, rung by rung, we sprung forward with innovative programs like The Tennessee Valley Authority, which still rests in my backyard today. No one got rich working a New Deal job, but it put a dollar in your pocket every day, and gave people a sense of pride. It wasn't much, but it was yours, it was honest, and you earned it.