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All of us have different a choice or preference when it comes to watching movies. Some people like to watch action movies, then there are others who have a soft corner for the romantic genre. But due to our fast-paced and hectic life we are not able to catch a glimpse of many movies. Also, quite a lot of people are not even aware as to which movie has been released recently and as such miss the chance to watch their favorite actors on the big screen.So, for all the hard-working beings here is the list of the top 5 action movies which are going to get released this year.

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1 – Ant-Man And The Wasp:-

Another fantastic movie produced and distributed by the well-known Marvel Studios, Ant Man And The Wasp is based on the Marvel comic characters of the same name created by Stan Lee. It is a sequel to the movie titled “Ant Man” which was released in the year 2015. Starring Evangeline Lilly and Paul Rudd in the leading roles, it is the one of the most awaited Marvel movie of this year.

2 – Skyscraper:-

Starring superstar Dwayne ‘ The Rock’ Johnson, Skyscraper is a movie about the tallest building in the world, known as “The Pearl”. There is a belief that this skyscrapers is unfathomable but as we known that all good things comes to an end, same goes for the pearl as well. And then comes The Rock to the rescue who has to save his family before the building collapse. You can download the movie on your smartphone as well with the Download Showbox Apk application.

3 – The Predator:-

One of the best and classic series of all times, “The Predator” is going to be released on 14th of September. This is the 4th movie of this franchise and is awaited by the fans. In the movie, the alien race known as predators visit our planet once more and humans have to fight against them so to survive.

4 – Venom:- 

2018 is the best year for all the Marvel fans as the next movie lined up for release in the month of September is “Venom”. Based on the comic character of the same name, Venom is Spider-Mas’s arch enemy and in this movie we will come to know how the symbiote came to Earth in the first place.

5 – Aquaman:-

Good news for all the DC fans; Aquaman is going to get released in your nearby theather on 21st of December. Even if your don’t have the time to watch it on the big screen then download Showbox Apk application on your phone and watch the movie in high definition. So, now that you are aware about the best action movies to be released soon, it’s time to plan something in this respect and enjoy the fun.


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"We have people coming to us from the real estate sector because they can use it to show remote locations, and from the health care field to help in surgery and instruction," said Martin Harvey, a principal consultant with CoroWare. "These aren't purposes we had originally devised for the robots, but the markets are identifying themselves to us and we're trying to respond."
Harvey said that CoroWare expects to sell several dozen of the robots this year.

In another nod to computing technology in robots, Frontline Robotics and White Box Robotics announced that they plan to merge to pursue business in the security robotics sector. Frontline Robotics markets the Robot Open Control (ROC) operating system, which is used to coordinate teams of the devices, while White Box Robotics has created the PC-Bot, another mobile robot made from off-the-shelf personal computer parts.

For consumer companies, the growth in the number and variety of robots coming to market presents new opportunities to sell gadgets to robotics fans, observers said. Eric Blair, a mechanical design engineer for retailer The Sharper Image, pointed out that his company has sold robotic devices for more than a decade, making it something of a trailblazer in the field. Despite that length of experience, he said the company is hungry to discover what the next big consumer robot might be, and to get that product into its stores.


"We're here because we want to be part of the evolution, to continue to be there for consumers as more of these products gain acceptance and find their way onto the market," Blair said. "You look at the growing acceptance of robots in pop culture and elsewhere, and you can see that a lot of the ideas that came from science fiction are finally becoming reality."

Robotrain to get one L of a debut

Subway riders at the southern end of the L line in Brooklyn will be the first to ride computer-guided trains, a transit official said yesterday.Starting this fall, the "robotrain" system will serve the stretch between the Rockaway Parkway and Broadway-Junction stops, said Fred Smith, vice president and deputy chief engineer in the Transit Authority's capital program division.


Smith, testifying at a City Council Transportation Committee hearing on the computerized system - called Communications Based Train Control - said it will then be phased in along the rest of the 11-mile line, ending next May.


The computer-guided system on the L line

The computer-guided system on the L line, which connects Eighth Ave. and W. 14th St. in Manhattan with Canarsie in southern Brooklyn, was originally supposed to go on line in December.


Committee members raised many safety concerns - about the possibility of computer hackers wreaking havoc with trains, software glitches that have delayed the program and the plan to remove conductors from L trains this summer, among others.


Councilman Lew Fidler (D-Brooklyn) said, "This issue continues to plague my constituents, who are going to be asked to be the lab rats and the guinea pigs."


Canarsie line upgrades, including those to signals and the computer systems, are expected to cost nearly $300 million. Testing continues, Smith said, but he added: "There are no safety problems with any of the equipment that has been installed and tested."


Smith said the TA has done studies that indicate hacking into the system would not be possible.


The TA has said the computer-guided trains will allow it to pinpoint the location of trains and let them run more frequently - and more safely - by removing the possibility of human error. Under the plan, a motorman will always be at the helm to manually operate a train if necessary.