‚Rush Hour‘ may be made into a TV show

It’s probably impossible to replace the hilarious duo of Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker, but someone’s going to try: Deadline reports that Rush Hour is now in the process of being adapted into a TV series. The show will be an action-comedy with hourlong episodes, and it’ll likely still be about a Hong Kong police officer getting stuck with a wild LA cop. The show happening isn’t a done deal just yet — it still needs to find a network — but Deadline suggests that it could be a hot property, so we just end up getting to see the remake.

Scrubs creator Bill Lawrence will reportedly be co-writing and executive producing the new series. Arthur Sarkissian, who produced the three Rush Hour films, and Brett Ratner, who just directed Hercules, will…

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Google Announces Drive For Education, Supplies Schools And Students With Unlimited Cloud Storage

Drive-ThumbGoogle Drive already supplies more storage space than the average student needs, but that hasn’t stopped the company from raising the bar further. Today it announced Drive for Education, which it will provide to all Google Apps for Education customers at no extra charge. The primary perk of this new offering is unlimited storage space. Users will be able to upload individual files up to 5TB in size. Yes, you read that right–that’s a single file that takes up more space than a regular Google Drive paid account can handle.

Google Announces Drive For Education, Supplies Schools And Students With Unlimited Cloud Storage was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

TiVo now lets Android users stream their recorded TV shows

You can now stream TV shows recorded with TiVo’s latest DVRs on Android devices. Today, the company announced that its app for Google’s mobile operating system has finally added streaming capabilities. You can also find the app in Amazon’s Appstore to use with the Fire Phone or Fire tablets. Like the iOS version, TiVo’s app lets Roamio owners watch recorded shows when on their home Wi-Fi network and — in some limited cases — even when away from home.

You can schedule future recordings and search for shows or movies both on TV and across popular video-on-demand services like Netflix and Amazon Instant Video. TiVo also notes that the app can display cast and crew info for whatever you’re watching on TV at home without interrupting the big…

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Watch Microsoft’s Windows 10 event

Microsoft didn’t live stream its Windows 10 event this morning, but the company has now posted the full 40 minute video from its press event for all to see. Windows chief Terry Myerson and Joe Belfiore, head of PCs, tablets, and phones, both discuss Windows 10 at its first unveiling in San Francisco. There’s a look at how Windows 10 will work on touch machines, the new Start menu and interface changes, and an overview of the future of Windows. If you missed our live blog, or you want to see Microsoft joke about the naming for Windows 10 it’s worth the 40 minutes of your time.

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California is the first state to ban plastic bags

California has become the first US state to sign into law a ban on single-use plastic bags, including those used for bagging up purchases at grocery stores. The legislation is meant to cut down on waste throughout the state and to help protect its land from pollution. The ban will begin this coming July in grocery stores and pharmacies, and it’ll expand to convenience stores and liquor stores one year later. „This bill is a step in the right direction,“ California Governor Jerry Brown says in a statement. „It reduces the torrent of plastic polluting our beaches, parks, and even the vast ocean itself.

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Blizzard teases a full Hearthstone expansion with more than 100 new cards

We’ve been singing the praises of Hearthstone for some time now, a collectible card game based on the characters from Blizzard’s World of Warcraft. It’s the kind of refreshing experience that reminds you free-to-play games don’t have to suck. So it’s no surprise that over 20 million people have signed up to try it. Blizzard has been cautiously expanding the game, most recently adding some single player adventures and 30 new cards in an add-on called Curse of Naxxramas. Today our sister site Polygon reported that Hearthstone is planning it’s first true expansion set, with more than 100 news cards.

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