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15.12.2013 20:54 Age: 4 yrs

Netted | An App to Prevent Spoilers


More than once you’ve attempted to institute a social media blackout to prevent seeing spoilers on Twitter and Facebook.
 
And more than once you’ve failed.
 
No more, thanks to Spoiler Shield. The new app for iPhone and Android combs your Twitter and Facebook feeds and censors out spoilers for shows you’ve selected.
 
If it’s safe to view the message, simply double-tap to lift the blockade.
 
Currently, the app protects a select group of reality shows, primetime dramas, and major league sports, with new additions being made all the time.
 
It’s enough to make you feel spoiled.


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26.07.2012

Man’s Stereoblindness Cured After Watching ‘Hugo’ in 3D

When Hugo opened late last year, critics and audiences were bowled over by its masterful use of 3D. But it’s doubtful even the most diehard Martin Scorsese fan was as impressed as neuroscientist Bruce Bridgeman, who quite...[more]


25.07.2012

The Dark Knight- REVIEW by Rudy Tavarez

I’d like to make it clear that I’m a big fan of comics but more into Marvel than DC and incredible big fan of Iron Man which is the equivalent of Batman, but I will do my best to be objective and leave my fanaticism aside. I...[more]


11.07.2012

The Amazing Spider-Man REVIEW- Rudy Tavarez

Our number one fan sends us his full review of the (not so) Amazing Spider-Man.[more]


10.07.2012

4D Is Coming To U.S. Theaters, Will You Care?

Evidently films presented in stereoscopic 3D just aren't enough these days. Though 3D hasn't revolutioned cinema or the box-office quite like Hollywood hoped -- look at "The Amazing Spider-Man" which has had an...[more]


11.06.2012

15 Big Ideas in Prometheus

SPOILER ALERT!!![more]


11.06.2012

‘Prometheus’ Viral Campaign Continues

Usually when a film opens, its viral campaign is over. Not the case with Prometheus. Ridley Scott‘s latest film is one that encourages a lot of conversation (obviously) and, if you stay to the end of the credits, the conversation...[more]


18.04.2012

R.I.P. Dick Clark

Dick Clark—the venerable broadcaster, American Bandstand host, and television icon whose unflappable youthful enthusiasm carried him through several decades of entertainment and earned him the sobriquet, "America's Oldest...[more]


07.03.2012

‘Animal House’ Heading To Broadway

You can almost hear the rhythmic chants of “Toga, Toga, Toga” bellowing in the rafters already. The New York Times reports John Landis’ landmark 1978 comedy, Animal House, is being adapted into a Broadway...[more]


07.03.2012

Legendary songwriter Robert Sherman Dies at 86

Legendary songwriter Robert Sherman has died at the age of 86. Alongside his brother Richard, the Sherman Brothers were responsible for some of the best known and catchy songs in Disney film and theme park history. Here is a...[more]


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