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Which movies won the #fav7films hashtag on Twitter? We found out.

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LOS ANGELES — It kicked off early in the morning, quickly climbed to the top of U.S. trending topics and had serious legs: The hashtag #fav7films dominated Twitter on Monday as users in the tens of thousands — from regular Janes and Joes to the top film critics — listed their seven favorite movies of all time.

The winner, in a squeaker: The Dark Knight.

Christopher Nolan’s batsterpiece was mentioned 5,056 times between 5 a.m. and 7 p.m. ET on Monday, more than any film, according to social…







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This book is the fastest sci-fi thriller you’ll ever read

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You know the problem with most Michael Crichton-style, high-tech, science-fiction thrillers? Too many damn words.

Too many long sentences.

Too many long paragraphs.

These are supposed to be novels for your nightstand, guilty pleasures to reward you for a long hard day. How are you supposed to wade through all that technobabble, all those pointless secondary-character subplots, without nodding off?

This book is the fastest sci-fi thriller you’ll ever read

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You know the problem with most Michael Crichton-style, high-tech, science-fiction thrillers? Too many damn words.

Too many long sentences.

Too many long paragraphs.

These are supposed to be novels for your nightstand, guilty pleasures to reward you for a long hard day. How are you supposed to wade through all that technobabble, all those pointless secondary-character subplots, without nodding off?

The Rock announces show about ’80s bodybuilders

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is bringing bodybuilders to the small screen.

The actor announced Wednesday he is developing a show for USA Network, Muscle Beach, set in “a legendary bodybuilding gym in 1980’s Venice Beach where a colorful tribe of lost souls struggle to reinvent themselves by bench-pressing their way to a bigger, better American dream, no matter what the cost.”

‘The Edge of Seventeen’ trailer finds Hailee Steinfeld dealing with teenage angst

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Teenage angst has never looked so glamorous — or had such killer music.

The first trailer for The Edge of Seventeen, out this fall, finds Oscar nominee and Taylor Swift Squad Member Hailee Steinfeld getting in touch with her inner average teen as she struggles with the cruel world of high school — full of unhelpful teachers (Woody Harrelson), parents (Kyra Sedgwick) and, most troublingly, a cool, hunky brother (Blake Jenner).

New images hint at a dark mode hidden within macOS Sierra

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Upon the release of OS X Yosemite, Apple introduced a feature called Dark Mode that offered a, well, darker look to the dock and menu bar.

Catch up on Twitter’s top tweets from the past week

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This week on Twitter was dedicated mainly to the victims of the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, as everyone took the time to show their support in whichever way they knew how.

Catch up on Twitter’s top tweets from the past week

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This week on Twitter was dedicated mainly to the victims of the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, as everyone took the time to show their support in whichever way they knew how.

‘Dark mode’ in iOS 10 won’t blind you with brightness

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Apple wasn’t kidding: iOS 10 is going to be a huuuge release with a boatload of new useful features.

From a revamped Messages experience, to third-party app integration with Siri, to improved Photos, to a redesigned Apple Music, to all of the things Apple didn’t tell you, there’s going to be a lot to take in.

Users testing out the iOS 10 developer preview beta have just discovered another much-asked for feature in iOS 10: A dark mode,

‘Outlast 2′ is as scary as the first game, but with new twists

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The E3 show floor is not the most effective environment in which to experience a horror game. Even with high-tech headphones on, it’s impossible to block out the sounds of countless other games and the milling crowd. So it’s pretty impressive that Outlast 2 managed to provide a few genuine scares even as I stood in front of a kiosk at the bright, flashy Microsoft booth.

While Outlast took place in a somewhat clich