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According to Variety, the Jim Henson Company is working on a sequel to the 1986 classic Labyrinth. Details are effectively non-existent at the moment — so no word on plot, cast, or projected release date — but the news comes as a welcome surprise for longtime fans of muppets, magic, and David Bowie's codpiece. Along with the new film, the production company is also working on a movie based on Fraggle Rock and a sequel to 1982's Dark Crystal. You may now start reciting your favorite songs.
By Jim Finkle and Nathan Layne (Reuters) - Sears Holdings Corp said it was the victim of a cyberattack that likely resulted in the theft of some customer payment cards at its Kmart stores, the latest in a series of computer security breaches to hit U.S. companies and dealing a fresh blow to the struggling U.S. retailer. The U.S. Secret Service confirmed it was investigating the breach, which occurred in September and compromised the systems of Kmart, which has about 1,200 stores across the United States. The breach did not affect the Sears department store chain. ...
While Apple is finally bringing its contactless payments solution to the iPhone, other companies are still sticking with regular debit and credit cards, trying to reinvent these pieces of plastic that are widely used for daily purchases around the world. After Coin and Plastc, two companies that think they have figured out the next big thing for credit cards, Final also wants to reinvent the credit card. But the company has a different kind of smart credit card concept compared to Coin and Plastc, and it focuses on the user’s security. FROM EARLIER: The iPhone 6 might be low-res, but Apple’s highest-resolution device ever is coming soon In light of the many recent credit and debit card security breaches, Final thinks it has