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Let the fireworks begin - or that's the hope. : Genisys and R-rated comedy XXL both began rolling out in North America Tuesday night before opening everywhere Wednesday in advance of the Fourth of July weekend. XXL, the sequel to Soderbergh's sleeper hit, narrowly danced past Genisys with $2.4 million for Warner Bros, ahead of the $2.1 million earned by the first...


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We've seen the idea of mind control in the movies -- for instance "The Force" in Star Wars -- but now the BBC is testing mind control for its iPlayer, it revealed Thursday in a blog post. The iPlayer is the broadcaster's VOD service that allows for catch-up viewing and access to some original content on TV screens, computers, tablets and other devices. The U.K. public broadcaster reported that it took a brainwave reading headset and created a "mind control TV" prototype designed to allow a consumer to open an experimental version of BBC iPlayer and select content, using their brainwaves. To...