Watch the First Terminator: Genisys Trailer


Thirty years after the first Terminator was released, fans are getting their first look at at the fifth film in the series, Terminator: Genisys, the plot of which has largely been kept under wraps.

It appears from the trailer released Dec. 4 that the story will center on the time when John Connor (Jason Clarke) first sends Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back in time to save his mother, Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke). But instead of finding a potential victim, Reese arrives in 1984 to discover that Connor is already an experienced warrior, using an older Terminator model (Arnold Schwarzenegger) as a body guard of sorts. Together, Connor and the Terminator have already “taken care of” the Terminator that threatened her.

What happens next is unclear, but it definitely involves Schwarzenegger jumping from one helicopter to another and Khaleesi wielding automatic weapons. They will certainly be trying to stop the…

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Cameras Wouldn’t Just Prevent Police Brutality. They Would Prevent Violent Protests Too


If you’re outraged—and you should be—that no indictment followed Eric Garner’s death at the hands of the New York Police Department, thank the people who captured the attempted arrest gone horribly wrong from different angles on their cellphone cameras. And start pushing for laws and procedures that not only provide legal protection for citizens who film police but outfit cops with wearable cameras and other recording devices.

Such technologically enabled transparency won’t end all disputes between citizens and law enforcement but it will go a long way to providing clarity in ambiguous cases and, as important, minimizing bad actions by police and suspects alike. It will also have an impact on protests that always have a potential for violence on the part of marchers and authorities.

If official and crowdsourced footage of the confrontation between Michael Brown and Ferguson policeman Darren Wilson existed, it may well have minimized…

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T-Mobile postpones LTE Nexus 9 launch, no new date in sight


When T-Mobile officially launched sales of the Nexus 6 smartphone it said it would start selling an LTE version of the Nexus 9 tablet in early December. Now, it appears those plans have changed. According to an internal note found by TMoNews, T-Mobile has postponed sales of the Nexus 9 with LTE.

Here’s the reported statement from T-Mobile to its staff:

Update: The launch of the Google Nexus 9 has been postponed. This article will be updated with the launch date once it is confirmed.

T-Mobile will launch the Google Nexus 9 on a date to be determined, which will be available on the web or through Ship-to (Direct Fulfillment) in HSO. This HTC device features a beautiful 8.9″ screen and a 64-bit 2.3GHz dual processor.

Based on this, there’s not even a new date for when the carrier will begin sales of the 32 GB tablet, which Google…

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Navy Revokes Bill Cosby’s Honorary Title Amid Sex Assault Claims


The Navy has revoked Bill Cosby’s honorary title in light of allegations he sexually assaulted a string of women over decades. “The Navy is taking this action because allegations against Mr. Cosby are very serious and are in conflict with the Navy’s core values of honor, courage and commitment,” Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus said in a statement. The comedian — who spent four years in the Navy — was given the title of honorary Chief Petty Officer in 2011.

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