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Here it is, hiding halfway down the company's latest press release, like a guillotine in a crowded town square. "Adobe is planning to end-of-life Flash." Boom. That's the sound of the blade dropping, and Flash, finally, thankfully, mercifully dying. Because Adobe just killed it. More »

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Image. AP Is that an especially sickly hue in the smog clouds? A faint smell of ammonia in the air? Maybe this morning feels particularly dystopian because Wisconsin-based Three Two Market plans to become the first US company - and one of the first companies period - to offer microchip implants to its employees. More »

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In his recent adventures beyond the valley, Mark Zuckerberg has made a point of hammering on the issue of income inequality, saying the US should "explore ideas like universal basic income to give everyone a cushion to try new things." But Zuckerberg needs to look no further than his own workers who live just miles from Facebook's Frank Gehry-designed campus to find striking examples of appalling income disparity. More »

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Depending on what version of Blade Runner you've seen or preferred, it's possible to make strong arguments that main character Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) is a human or an artificially created Replicant himself. It's a question fans have debated since the movie came out in 1982 -- and it's a debate the star and director are still having to this day. More »

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Quite obviously, the cast of what may be TV's most spoiler-protected show ever wasn't going to march out onto Comic-Con's Hall H stage and start spilling secrets, especially in the absence of David Lynch. In fact, they couldn't even if they wanted to -- aside from perhaps MacLachlan, the actors are only allowed to read the pages of the script which contains dialogue for their characters. More »

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It might be a match made in hell. Todd McFarlane, creator of Image Comics' flagship character Spawn, has announced he's partnering with Jason Blum and Blumhouse Productions -- the company that produced Jordan Peele's critically acclaimed horror-suspense movie Get Out -- to bring the character back to the big screen. According to Deadline, McFarlane will write the first draft of the screenplay and will also direct. More »

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When Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige announced that the Captain Marvel origin film is going to be set in the '90s and involve Carol Danvers fighting Skulls, we were surprised and left with a number of burning questions. Where was Carol during the Battle of New York or Ultron's attack? Also, waiiaminute -- did you say Skrulls? More »

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is super-loaded with 1980s righteousness, so it should come as no surprise that even its freaking DVD/Blu-ray ad went the same route. We at io9 try to avoid posting commercials in general, so we find it deeply irksome that this one is so fun we felt we had to share it with you anyway. More »

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Fifty years ago the first Consumer Electronics Show was held in New York City, giving local nerds a sneak peek at all the electronic toys arriving in 1967. Twenty years later, Art Vuolo attended the 'Summer' edition of the trade show with a giant camera on his shoulder, giving us a wonderful time capsule of what was drool-worthy 30 years ago. More »

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A lone brown bear is being blamed for a horrifying incident in which 209 panicked sheep plunged off a cliff in the Pyrenees near the border between France and Spain. It isn't the first time this has happened, and local farmers are pissed that brown bears are being reintroduced to the pastoral, mountain region. More »

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It's that time again! If you've been creeping around the office all day trying not to spoil the most recent Game Of Thrones episode for your coworkers who may be a bit behind, jump on in here and have a look at what the rest of the internet thinks about Episode 2. Stormborn. More »

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If you're looking to get along better with your kids, maybe it's time to fire up the games console that's sitting under your TV. Rather than being an exclusive activity for shut-in nerds, there's now even more data to support the theory that digital bonding -- spending time sharing an experience around a game or streaming a movie together -- helps build family ties. More »

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