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It’s that time of year where we see which films were the biggest box office flops of 2015. 2015 has come to a close, so now we can see what films were sure to have gotten at least a few executives yelled at. A few notes on the table, the vast majority of those listed… read more

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Bond is back… but don’t pop the champagne for it quite yet. While Spectre won the box office this weekend with $73M, that is $15M below the opening weekend of Skyfall. That’s not good. Yes, the film already stands globally at $299M off of a reported budget of $245M, but remember it needs to at… read more

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Kudos to The Martian for holding on to the top spot at the box office again, but it was still the worst weekend of the year at the box office. The Martian took the top spot with $11.4M and a new domestic total of $182.8M off of its $108M budget. Globally it has hit $428.4M… read more

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Kudos to The Martian for regaining the top spot at the box office, but considering the number new of releases this weekend, that was not a good thing. The Martian took the top spot back with $15.9M and a new domestic total of $166.35M off of its $108M budget. Globally it has hit $384.35M so… read more

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The box office had three new films this weekend, and they definitely shook up the status quo of the past few weeks. Goosebumps, based on the popular series of books, took the top spot this weekend with $23.5M off of a $58M budget. Seeing as it needs $116M to break even in Hollywood math, it… read more

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Well, that didn’t take long. Sony is attempting to option the rights to the upcoming biography Steve Jobs by Walter Isaccson. According to Deadline, Sony is making a hefty offer to acquire the rights to the biography that is due out later this month.  The 656-page hardcover is made up of over 40 interviews that… read more

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It’s almost impossible to collect my thoughts at the moment when it comes to the news of Steve Jobs passing. I never owned a Mac before last year, but it was never out of a hatred for Apple, they simply didn’t suit my needs.  However there was one thing that I never had an issue… read more

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I’ve known this day was coming for some time, but it still didn’t stop my jaw from going a bit slack when it finally happened. Steve Jobs resigned as the CEO of Apple. I have had my issues with Apple over the years, and even now that I have seemingly converted my computer loving ways… read more

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Working in the world of tech blogging, I have to write about pretty much all of the companies out there, but I have discovered that any time I say anything positive about Apple, I am immediately labeled an “Apple fanboy”, and anything I have to say is dismissed out of hand. Huh … funny I’m… read more

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Apparently if you are unhappy with the new AT&T data plans, then you just need to keep those thoughts to yourself.  Complaints will not be tolerated. In this day and age of hyper-connectivity, it is not unusual for customers to e-mail CEOs of companies directly with questions and complaints.  Very few of them respond, although… read more

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On Friday night’s episode of Real Time with Bill Maher, an interesting question was posed: Should Steve Jobs be running the country? I’m not sure if it should be Steve Jobs per se, but I have always wondered if perhaps the president of the United States should be more of a business man than a… read more

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At last the Apple Tablet rumors can die, but was it worth the long wait? Steve Jobs finally lifted the veil of secrecy around the Apple Tablet today and revealed it as a device named the iPad. The unfortunate name choice aside, is it going to be worth the purchase? The answer to that depends… read more

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