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Review: Logan on Blu-ray Inspires With New Insights Into the Brilliant Film

SNIKT!

If you've seen  Logan in theaters, you already know what a brilliant film it is. You may have even been lucky enough to see the black-and-white version of the film, dubbed Logan Noir. If you haven't seen it in theaters, I'm here to tell you that your life is less full because of it. BUT THERE IS HOPE. Logan is out NOW on Blu-ray/DVD/Digital HD, so you can remedy that situation immediately.

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DC Entertainment to Launch New Digital Service, Because Every Company Is Basically Their Own Network Now

If you wanna watch this show, you have to get this service. We've been hearing a lot of that lately (she said as she continued to ponder whether getting CBS All Access was worth it just to have access to Star Trek: Discovery). Now, DC Entertainment is teaming up with Warner Bros. Television in a digital endeavor of their own. A new, direct-to-consumer digital service that will be the exclusive home of some pretty exciting projects.

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Review: Supergirl: The Complete First Season Arrives on Blu-ray and Digital HD TODAY

Supergirl fans rejoice! You can now own all 20 episodes of Season One and watch them whenever you want (unless you got the Season Pass on Amazon). Supergirl: The Complete First Season is available on Blu-ray and Digital HD today!

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Creative Arts Emmy Winners Announced, Amazon, The Bay, and Sesame Street Among Big Winners

As you may or may not know, there's more to the Emmy Awards than simply the televised ceremony that we see every year. The Daytime Emmys and the Creative Arts Emmys honor the best in non-prime time television. Everything from animation to digital series are awarded here. The Creative Arts Emmys took place last night in Los Angeles.

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“Digital Juggling” Lets You Juggle Whatever Your Juggling Heart Desires

Except for priorities, that is.

If you're going to take time to master the hand-eye coordination necessary for juggling, you better get awesome results. Now, thanks to "Digital Juggling," your new party trick can also give you the illusion of ultimate power! Check out the 55 second mark to see how keeping balls in the air will make you look like a capricious God.

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After 80 Years in Print, Newsweek Will Shift to All-Digital Format Starting Next Year

Print magazines are dying off in the droves. Slowly but surely, most of those magazines that were once circulated in physical format are either ceasing to exist or shifting to something else entirely in order to accommodate the digital age we live in. This is especially true for anything even resembling news, as the Internet has allowed for instant gratification in that regard. After 80 years in print, Newsweek has announced that they'll be shifting to an all-digital format by next year.

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At What Temperature Do E-Readers Burn? Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 Finally Going Digital

Firsts

You know, I thought it was kind of funny when Amazon named their latest Kindle, Fire. It made me think about book burnings and specifically, Ray Bradbury's classic dystopian novel, Fahrenheit 451. So it was even more interesting when I read the news today that 91-year-old Bradbury finally conceded to transferring his famous novel to the digital format. That's hot. 

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Marvel Announces Barnes & Noble Nook Deal For Digital Comics

Breaking

This morning, editorial director of Marvel.com, Ryan Penagos, live tweeted from Barnes & Noble's NOOK event in New York City. Why was the Marvel employee in attendance? In addition to revealing their new Nook tablet, Barnes & Noble announced they would soon be carrying Marvel digital comics on the device in their first-ever electronic pairing with the bookseller. 

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Barnes & Noble Pulls DC Graphic Novels Off Shelves After Kindle Deal

Officially Official

It's official. Barnes & Noble book sellers have removed all DC Comics Graphic Novels from their store shelves after learning of the comic company's exclusive digital deal with the Kindle Fire. DC responds with, "oh yeah, why don't you go cry about it?" Just kidding, DC hasn't actually responded to the news yet, but this is an interesting move by the bookseller. 

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Radiohead’s Surprise-Announced New Album Continues To Embrace Digital

Today, popular UK band Radiohead announced the presale for their upcoming album The King of Limbs. Interestingly, the physical CD of the album will not be available until late March, while the downloading can begin over a month earlier on February 19. (A special vinyl edition of the "Newspaper Album" won't be available until May 9th.) The pre-sale was announced through the microblogging service Twitter with the words, "thank you for waiting." This emphasis on a digital download over the physical album is nothing new for the band, which famously released its critically acclaimed 2007 album In Rainbows digitally about a month before the physical release. The band also employed a "pay-what-you-want" system for In Rainbows, which is noticeably absent in this recent release. Interestingly, Radiohead's pre-sale page seems to downplay a CD release. The digital offering comes out much sooner, and it also promotes an expensive double vinyl-LP "newspaper edition" of the album. The decision to push a cheaper download or a more expensive "deluxe" physical edition may be part of a larger movement apparently headed by popular artists instead of the labels which distribute their works. Wilco, for instance, released it's album Yankee Hotel Foxtrot for free after their label declined to release it. Dark Night Of The Soul, Danger Mouse's last collaboration with musician Sparkle Horse and David Lynch, was also released for free, and illegally, with a follow-up high-end book of art. As the music industry continues to struggle with the online marketplace, these alternative release options may be a sign of things to come. (Radiohead via The Daily What)

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How Much Has the Price of Data Storage Fallen This Decade? [Infographic]

Rackspace has posted this amazing look back at how we carried around our data over the past ten years, starting from the humble 8mb USB drive and ending at the 3TB portable drive. Along the way it notes some milestones in the digital data revolution, like the introduction of the iPod, the end of the floppy disk, and the birth of cloud storage. Along the way, they keep a running tally of digital storage per gigabyte. It starts in 2001, at about $19.73/gb, and ends in 2010 at a mere $0.06/gb. It's an amazing walk down memory lane for some of us, and a reminder that storage has been such a driving force behind the digital lives we live. Click through the jump for the whole image.

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