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Friday, June 11, 2010

Here’s what else is going on in nerd news around the web:

Up Front:

The World Cup In 3D: Right Idea, Wrong Sport? [via TIME]


iPhone 4 At Walmart June 24 [via CNET]
Awaiting Holiday’s Electronics (And Sales) [via NYT]
Seriously? Massachusetts Students Forced To Buy Mac Laptops With Their Own Money [via Geekosystem]


Hideo Kojima Takes Manhattan, Attracts Fans In Boxes [via Kotaku]
E3 2010’s Top Ten Rumors [via PC Mag]
Flashy New Hardware, Not Consoles, Will Dominate E3 [via Wired]


New Jonah Hex Clip And Images Arrive Online [via MTV Splash Page]
WTF Star Trek?! Live Stage Show At The Kennedy Space Center [via UGO]
The Goblin Shark Of Tokyo Bay Will Make You Soil Yourself [via io9]
The First 90 Seconds Of Futurama‘s Anticipated Season Premiere [via The Daily What]
Disney CEO: Marvel Characters Have A Future In Disney Parks [via LA Times]


Twitter’s Next Moneymaker: Promoted Tweets [via All Things Digital]
Peter Keefe, Creator of Cartoon Voltron, Dies at 57 [via NYT]
Buenaventura Press Closed [via Blog Fume]
Guillermo Del Toro Takes On Van Helsing? [via Collider]
Kick-Ass Star Aaron Johnson On The Shortlist For Spider-Man Reboot [via LA Times]


Nerdy Want:

Star Wars Cake Serving Dining Set – Altered Antique Plates ($250, Etsy)

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