Tag: Entertainment and media technology

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People

Actor Kevin Hart donates 500 computers to Philly

In this Aug. 28, 2011 file photo, Kevin Hart poses backstage at the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File) PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Actor and comedian Kevin Hart donated 500 computers to schools and recreation centers in his hometown of Philadelphia, a move that he hopes will inspire others to follow his lead.

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Business

Rdio is the best streaming music service

by Adrian Covert NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Rdio isn’t the streaming music service with the most users or features. But unless you’re a serious music nerd, Rdio is the most usable option. For vast amount of music fans, Rdio has the best design and functionality, making it CNNMoney’s Best In Tech for the streaming music category.

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Entertainment

Film Review: Bullock is out of this world in ‘Gravity’

This film image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Sandra Bullock in a scene from “Gravity.” Bullock says making the lost-in-space movie directed by Alfonso Cuaron was her “best life decision” ever. (AP Photo/Warner Bros. Pictures) Dr. Ryan Stone (Saundra Bullock) battles more than scientific elements when she is trapped in outer space in Warner Brothers Pictures’ “Gravity”. As if “Prisoners” hasn’t been killing in the recent box office, we now get the pleasure of another great movie.

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People

Drunken driving arrest a 'wake up' call, comedian Kevin Hart says

ARRESTED FOR DUI- This April 8, 2013 photo shows U.S. actor Kevin Hart posing for photographers during the MIPTV, world’s audiovisual and digital content market in Cannes, southern France. (AP Photo/Philippe Farjon, file) by Ben Brumfield (CNN) — Comedian and actor Kevin Hart says he’ll straighten up his act. And he’s not being funny.

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Business

Broadcasters worry about 'Zero TV' homes

EXTREME CASE–James Weitze satisfies his video fix with an iPhone. He sleeps most of the time in his truck, and has no apartment. (AP Photo/James Weitze) by Ryan Nakashima AP Business Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) — Some people have had it with TV. They’ve had enough of the 100-plus channel universe. They don’t like timing their lives around network show schedules. They’re tired of $100-plus monthly bills.