‘Angels & Demons’ Teaser Has a Hidden Message

Angels and Demons
The teaser trailer for the upcoming Tom Hanks film "Angels & Demons," which is a sequel to "Da Vinci Code," is out. As we watched the teaser we found that it contains a secret message. How fitting!

About fifty one seconds into the teaser, the word "Illuminati" appears. If you look in middle of each letter, you will see other letters that spell out "Alters of Science."

‘Futurama: Bender’s Game’ Clip and Trailer

Benders Game
Well everybody has been waiting for a glimpse from the third "Futurama" movie called "Benders Game", well at last we have a clip for it. In the clip it features Fry and Leela running into Titanius Anglesmith in Cornwood. In addition to the clip, we also posted the trailer below. [via Empire]

“Men in Black 3” Still Being Considered

Men in Black
With all the franchises that are trying to add another installment, some of us has wondered if there is any movement on "Men in Black 3," which has been in the rumor mill for a while.
According to a source close to producer Walter Parkes, a third film could potentially be on its way, if pieces begin falling into place. "The challenge is getting the script right and finding a time when our busy stars are available," said the source. "But everyone, including Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, wants to do another."

Firefox claims download success

iriver’s cute little Lplayer gets reviewed

iriver's cute little Lplayer gets reviewed

iriver’s Lplayer, which we just got done handling ourselves, made it over to the review crew at PC Magazine. As expected, both design and interface were smiled upon, and critics also felt the price was fair. Upon using the admittedly wee device, they seemed to have problems getting the click buttons to respond like they wanted, but aside from that, hardly anything negative was said.

The broad codec support was praised, the built-in equalizer worked as advertised and the FM tuner / voice recorder were welcome extras. All in all, it was seen as a worthy rival to the iPod nano…

Firefox claims download success

Firefox claims download success

Firefox claims download success Mozilla is claiming a download record for the release of Firefox 3

In the first 24 hours the web browser was available the software was downloaded more than 8 million times, says Mozilla.

Statistics from the download servers are being scrutinised to produce an official figure that will be passed to the Guinness World Record organisation.

But the launch was marred by news from security firms who have found the first flaws in the software…