IMDb and Kindle Partner on X-Ray for Movies

by Maggie Lange
September 10, 2012 2:44 PM
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A useful tool or a distraction?

IMDb and Amazon's Kindle Fire are bringing us "X-Ray for Movies." Tap on the screen of a movie page, and you can see the names and filmographies of each of the actors. The X-Ray program, exclusive to Kindle Fire, is backed with over 100 million data items from IMDb's resources.

IMDb founder and CEO Col Needham says it's a revolution twenty years in the making: “X-Ray for Movies revolutionizes the way we watch movies. This is the culmination of everything we’ve been working on for over twenty years and is the result of a combination of sophisticated technology and old-fashioned hard work. "

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1 Comment

  • Drew Gordon | September 11, 2012 6:18 AMReply

    Col Needham is directly and knowingly a nasty libellous 'troll' and online-paedophile enabler. Sick.

    Of course he can't sue me for posting about this because he's aware that it's a fact of his profitable existence.

    I have to wonder if he swaps naked pictures of his children with Bob Lynch (actual name), who freely offered such on (Needham's) IMDb's 'The Soapbox'.

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