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Rock in Rio 2015 Announces Las Vegas Lineup

Posted by Internet Music Radio on October 17, 2014 at 1:30pm 0 Comments

Rock in Rio 2015 Announces Las Vegas Lineup

Metallica, Linkin Park, Taylor Swift, No Doubt, Deftones and John Legend are among performers announced as part of the lineup for Rock in Rio, May 8-9 and 15-16 in Las Vegas.

The announcement came at a press conference in Times Square with a surprise performance from John Mayer and Sepultura with Les Tambours Du Bronx.

Rock in Rio has partnered with MGM Resorts International, Cirque du Soleil and Ron Burkle for the production. The concert venue will be located on the Strip at the corner of Sahara Avenue and have the capacity for 85,000 fans per day. Six stages will be spread across 37 acres, three streets are set to have a Rock theme, and others will display music from U.S., UK and Brazil.

Carrie Underwood Promotes Greatest Hits, New Single

Posted by Internet Music Radio on October 16, 2014 at 11:00am 0 Comments

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Carrie Underwood Promotes Greatest Hits, New Single

American Idol winner and country music superstar Carrie Underwood plans to celebrate her musical career with an upcoming greatest-hits compilation.

Greatest Hits: Decade #1 will also feature new original music, including Underwood’s latest single Something in the Water.

The track becomes available for digital download on Monday. Underwood promoted the album on NBC’s Today and teased the single on YouTube.

Something in the Water is so inspirational,” she stated. “It’s joyous! I can’t help but smile when I hear it. I hope it has the same effect on everyone who listens to it.”

Underwood is set to participate in Saturday’s Global Citizen Festival at New York’s Central Park with No Doubt, fun., JAY Z, The Roots and  Tiësto. A one-hour primetime special will air on NBC, Saturday (9 p.m. ET).

Samsung Announces Galaxy Note 4

Posted by Technology & Innovation on October 19, 2014 at 2:30pm 1 Comment

Samsung Announces Galaxy Note 4

Samsung Group has announced the development of the Galaxy Note 4 and even shared some of the technical specs with consumers. The highly-anticipated device may not yet have a release date, but Samsung wants technology users to begin to compare the device’s unique features with others available on the market.

The company confirmed it will be same size as the Note 3 at 5.7 inches. One of the biggest concerns about the upcoming model has been if Samsung would decide to make the screen larger than its predecessors. The Galaxy smartphone and tablet models have drastically increased in size over the last years, and many have speculated the trend might continue with the Note 4. However, the company believes that it has found a comfortable hardware size for the user and intends to keep it for the new model.

The Note 4 will have more advanced specifications than its predecessors including a screen resolution of 2,560 x 1,440 and fast Snapdragon 805 processor from Qualcomm. The new model will be superior in graphical capabilities, processing speed and possess a larger access to available apps and programs.

Samsung is enthusiastic about the addition of Voice Notes, a tool giving users the ability to create audio memos through voice activation. The program makes it easy for the user to take detailed notes while on the move or if they find it to be a more convenient option than using the stylus or keyboard at the particular time.

Snap Notes also provides convenience for the user by giving them the ability to take photos and convert any text within the image to text notes.

The new device includes optical image stabilization (OIS), a special ‘we fies’ setting designed to help users capturing perfect selfies, a 3.7MP…


Samsung Enhances Wi-fi Speeds

Posted by Technology & Innovation on October 20, 2014 at 2:30pm 0 Comments

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Samsung Enhances Wi-fi Speeds

Samsung discovered a way to make wi-fi data travel five times faster. Engineers solved two important technical problems restricting the speed of data transfer.

Analysts believe the solutions could transfer a 1 GB file in less than three seconds.

Samsung plans to devise a strategy for implementing faster speeds into mobile technologies.

The first devices built to use the company’s new 60HHz wi-fi are expected to release in 2015. The new standard will be featured in TVs, medical devices, phones and smart appliances.

“With more and more of us using a wide variety of different devices to access our photos, video and personal data the ability to quickly transfer that data between devices is going to become even more important in the future,” claimed Stuart Miles, founder of Pocket-lint. “Having faster speeds will help that drastically.”

Bloomberg Foundation Announces Public Art Challenge

Posted by Online Art Gallery on October 19, 2014 at 1:00pm 0 Comments

Bloomberg Foundation Announces Public Art Challenge

Bloomberg Philanthropies invites U.S. cities to create temporary public art projects aiming to enhance cultural and economic activity.

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s foundation made the announcement Monday.

Mayors, in cities with populations of 30,000 or more, can submit proposals for project in visual, performing arts and multimedia.

The charity will select finalist in February 2015. Three cities will be chosen in May, and each will receive $1 million to develop projects (over two years).

Netflix Expands Service in Europe

Posted by Online Film Studio on October 19, 2014 at 4:00pm 0 Comments

FILE - A Netflix user displays a tablet in North Andover, Mass, January 17, 2014.

Netflix Expands Service in Europe

U.S. video-streaming giant, Netflix, is launching the second phase of service expansion for Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Belgium and France.

Subscribers can watch content on demand on any device with an internet connection. The company also produces original content that it plans to market to international audiences.

Netflix currently reaches 50 million subscribers worldwide and in addition to its large American user base it is also popular in Britain, Ireland, Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Netherlands. 

Katy Perry to Perform at Super Bowl

Posted by Internet Music Radio on October 16, 2014 at 3:00pm 0 Comments


Katy Perry to Perform at Super Bowl

The New York Post confirms Katy Perry will perform at the upcoming Super Bowl halftime show.

Over the past year, Perry has been rumored as a possible selection along with Coldplay and Rihanna.

NBC will air the Super Bowl on Feb. 1.

Perry, a big fan of the sport at the collegiate level, recently appeared on ESPN’s “College GameDay”.

The Super Bowl drew a record-setting 111.5 million viewers last year.

Pepsi, who recently worked with Perry to promote the film “Part of Me”, will sponsor the halftime show.

Scarlett Johansson Lands Television Series

Posted by Online Film Studio on October 16, 2014 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

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Scarlett Johansson Lands Television Series

Scarlett Johansson will star in an adaptation of Edith Wharton’s 1913 novel The Custom of the Country, marking her first leading role in a television series. She will also executive produce the show.
The actress is set to play the role of Udine Spragg, who is on her way into the higher echelons of New York society (during the beginning of the 20th century).
British screenwriter Christopher Hampton, whose credits includes Atonement and Dangerous Liaisons, will adapt the television script from a screenplay he wrote more than 20 years ago.
Wharton, a Pulitzer Prize winning author, is best known for the 1993 film adaptation of The Age of Innocence starring Michelle Pfeiffer.
While The Custom of the Country is a lesser known work, Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes finds it to be one of Wharton’s most influential and culturally significant pieces of literature.
In addition to the series, Johannson can be seen on the big screen in the upcoming Avengers: Age of Ultron and as the voice of Kaa in the new animated version of The Jungle Book.
A release date for The Custom of the Country has not yet been released.

MIT Conducts Twitter Research

Posted by Technology & Innovation on October 18, 2014 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

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MIT Conducts Twitter Research

Twitter awarded $10 million to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) for research exploring the ways people collaborate through social networks.

University researchers will conduct a five year study on content present primarily on Twitter and build communication tools for efficient retrieval of the most viral information.

The new Laboratory of Social Machines will access data from Gnip, the company’s storage portal for historic tweets.

“Twitter is seizing the opportunity to go deeper into research to understand the role Twitter and other platforms play in the way people communicate, the effect that rapid and fluid communication can have and apply those findings to complex societal issues,” said chief executive Dick Costolo in a statement.

Company representatives confirmed investment into academic research would be a priority going forward.

New James Bond Film Set for 2015

Posted by Online Film Studio on October 10, 2014 at 11:30am 0 Comments

New James Bond Film Set for 2015

The next installment of the James Bond franchise is set to begin shooting on Dec. 6, beginning with a table read at Pinewood Studios in London. Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Rory Kinnear and Ben Wishaw are returning to star in the film. Sam Mendes, who directed 2012’s Skyfall, has signed on to direct the project.

The film is on track for a November 6, 2015 release date.

Skyfall became the highest-grossing of the 23 James Bond feature films. MGM, Sony and Eon seek to make the current project an even larger blockbuster hit.

While many of the production details have yet to be released, multiple sources confirmed the studios’ desire not to simply replicate Skyfall, but to create something completely unique and innovative for the action genre.


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The Unusual Request Stephen Hawking Had For His Biopic

Eddie Redmayne did a great deal of preparation for his role in the upcoming Stephen Hawking biopic, The Theory Of Everything. After studying ALS patients and working with a choreographer, the Les Miserables star practiced to perform Hawking's many phases of degeneration in body and voice - as per Hawking's suggestions of slurring his voice. This realism worried the film's producers about the inevitability of subtitles – but it was ultimately decided that there was something bigger and more important at stake with the performance. In a piece about Redmayne's buzzed-about turn in the biopic, Yahoo Movies has revealed some fascinating ...
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The Reason Why Step Brothers 2 Will Almost Certainly Happen At Some Point

Adam McKay has confirmed that plans are still afoot for Step Brothers 2 - but he has warned that it might take some time for it to actually materialize. Working with the original film's stars, Will Ferrell and John C Reilly, McKay had originally intended for the comedy sequel to be released before Anchorman 2. But Paramount then warmed to the idea of the Channel 4 news team's reunion, and Step Brothers 2 was put on the back burner as a result. But while the project has been long delayed, McKay hasn't forgotten about it, and he has now told Collider that the trio ...
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This Short Horror Film Will Creep You Out In 60 Seconds

Much it is for comedy, brevity is a friend of horror. It's a genre where punchiness is key, and that's extremely difficult in movies that go over the 120 minute mark. With that in mind, I present you a new horror short called Tuck Me In - which is based on a two-sentence long scary story and clocks in at a tight 60 seconds long: This short was directed by Ignacio F. Rodó, and it recently won this year's international Filminute Award, but perhaps the most interesting thing about it is its inspiration. About a year ago, a user took to the ...
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Cabin Fever Is Getting Remade Under These Bizarre Circumstances

You may not have noticed unless you're a true horror geek, but in the last decade Eli Roth's Cabin Fever has actually developed into its own franchise. The first sequel, titled Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever, was made back in 2009, and a second, called Cabin Fever: Patient Zero was actually released earlier this year. Rather than moving forward, however, it now seems that the series is taking a step backwards, as it has been announced that the Eli Roth original is getting remade - but with an extra special twist. Deadline has the news of the developing Cabin Fever remake, including ...
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King Kong Vs. Godzilla In The Art World: Ron Perelman’s Feud With Larry Gagosian

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Suni Haru, Who Sacrificed Her Career To Help Other Asian American Actors In Theirs, Dead At 75

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Paul Krugman Is Deeply Over Amazon And Its Defenders

Nobel Prize winning economist Krugman talks to the audience during a conference about the current global crisis, in Sao Paulo “The desirability of new technology, or even Amazon’s effective use of that technology, is not the issue. After all, John D. Rockefeller and his associates were pretty good at the oil business, too — but Standard Oil nonetheless had too much power, and public action to curb that power was essential. And the same is […]


'The Voice' Recap: Battles Continue, But Gwen Stefani Can't Steal Singers

"Baby Don't Lie" — don't you want to be on Team Gwen? You get a T-shirt

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Ron Fair Exits Virgin Records

The veteran executive and award-winning producer was named chief creative officer and executive vp in February 2013

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Indie Hit 'The Visitor' to Get Broadway Musical Makeover

Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey, the team behind Pulitzer Prize winner "Next to Normal," will adapt writer-director Tom McCarthy's 2007 film starring Richard Jenkins

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'The Voice' Alum Tony Lucca Debuts Spirited New Rock Song, "Imagination" (Exclusive)

Inspired by the singer-songwriter's first date with his wife

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