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CBS renews Star Trek: Picard for a second season

Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) comes out of retirement in Star Trek: Picard, coming soon to CBS All Access. Streaming service CBS All Access has already renewed Star Trek: Picard for a second season just over a week before the first season is even set to start airing, Deadline reports. The announcement was made at the Television Critics Association (TCA), a

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On eve of PS5, Sony confirms it will skip E3 for second year in a row

Enlarge / E3 will not transpire with an official Sony presence this 12 months. On Monday, Sony Interactive Leisure confirmed that it will, for the second 12 months in a row, not go to the Electronic Leisure Expo. The news arrived in a assertion despatched to Ars Technica by a SIE agent: Immediately after complete evaluation, SIE has determined not

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Jared Leto is perfectly cast as a bloodthirsty antihero in Morbius trailer

Oscar winner Jared Leto stars as Dr. Michael Morbius in Sony Pictures’ forthcoming film Morbius. A brilliant doctor suffering from a rare blood disease goes to extreme lengths to find a cure and becomes a monster who craves human blood in the first trailer for Morbius, based on the popular villain (and later, antihero) in the Spider-Man comic books. Sony’s

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Panasonic breaks out of VR’s “headset” bubble with fresh “eyeglasses” design

All other points getting equivalent, this looks a large amount additional captivating to put on than a “normal” VR headset Those very small shows are unable to match a normal VR headset’s subject-of-view just but, but it is really early times. Colour coordinated! At this place, it is really very clear there are a range of persistent challenges holding digital