The Future of The Xbox, Today

Us at Turbo Exp have decided to start informing you about the latest ideas coming out for the Playstation, Nintendo consoles, and Xbox. Today we are informing you on the latest Xbox news. So many rumors have come and gone about the future of the Xbox. Things like motion capture technology, a portable system, and a  new home console have spread tremendously. But do you know if it's true? Lets get thing started with the

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Turbo Exp is now letting you, the readers, the guests, write for us. Yes we will be letting you write a post on our website. All you have to do is visit the Write For Us page, follow the guide lines, and your on your way. Now just to make this clear, not all posts will be excepted.

Review: Kick-Ass Delivers One Of The Best Comic Book Movies I've Seen In A Long Time

Mark Miller has got to be one of my favorite comic book writers at the moment, and with one of his comics already being made into a successful movie (Wanted), there's no surprise that Mathew Vaughn's Kick-Ass adaptation follows in its footsteps. I mean in all honesty, I’m pretty convinced that Mark Miller writes his comics with the intention that they will very soon become movies. Kick-Ass is the most realistic, funny, relateable, yet funny comic book movie I've ever seen, and trust me it's going down in my book as a must see for all you comic fans out there.

Glee Top 8 Quotes

Whether Glee's Sue Sylvester is berating Will Schuester's hair or using her cutthroat one-liners to describe the glee kids, Jane Lynch strikes the perfect balance between villain and sarcastic genius. And we all just can't get enough of it. Before Glee returns Tuesday (9:28/8:28c, Fox) check out our list of the eight best unfiltered lines Sue has uttered to date: Glee's Jane Lynch confirms engagement

Conan's New Home

Conan O'Brien finally found a new home, and not with who we expected it to be. Conan O'Brien picked TBS as his future talk-show home over Fox. The new show will premiere in November, the untitled show will return O'Brien to the air after leaving in January when he left NBC, his where he worked for 17 years. O'Brien's new show will air Mondays through Thursdays at 11 pm Eastern, which will  move"Lopez Tonight," George Lopez's late night talk show, from 11 pm EDT to midnight.

Clash At The Box Office Part Two

Clash of the Titans takes home a box office victory
Sorry for the in convenience but it looks like "Clash of the Titans" has taken down "Date Night" at the weekend box office after all.With final numbers in from the studios Monday, "Clash of the Titans" retained the No. 1 spot for a second-straight weekend with $26.6 million. "Date Night" debuted in second-place with $25.2 million, nearly $2 million less than distributor 20th Century Fox had reported a day earlier.On Sunday, Fox estimated that Steve Carell and Tina Fey's comedy pulled in $27.1 million, about $200,000 more than Warner Bros. reported for Sam Worthington's action hit "Clash of the Titans.

Mistakes in the box-office rankings are rare, but they sometimes happen because Sunday figures are based on projections that can change when studios release final numbers Monday.Took ask for your for giveness not only will we give you the new top 10 movies in the box office, we will give you the top 20. The top 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by distribution studio, gross, number of theater locations, average receipts per location, total gross and number of weeks in release, as of Monday by are:

1. "Clash of the Titans," $26,633,209, 3,802 locations, $7,005 average, $110,226,524, two weeks.

2. "Date Night," Fox, $25,207,599, 3,374 locations, $7,471 average, $25,207,599, one week.

3. "How to Train Your Dragon," Paramount-DreamWorks, $24,863,535, 4,007 locations, $6,205 average, $133,404,438, three weeks.

4. "Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too?," Lionsgate, $11,017,379, 2,155 locations, $5,112 average, $48,537,039, two weeks.

5. "The Last Song," Disney, $9,832,326, 2,674 locations, $3,677 average, $42,255,196, two weeks.

6. "Hot Tub Time Machine," MGM, $5,431,021, 2,611 locations, $2,080 average, $36,969,649, three weeks.

7. "Alice in Wonderland," Disney, $5,301,730, 2,530 locations, $2,096 average, $319,009,518, six weeks.

8. "The Bounty Hunter," Sony, $4,215,156, 2,901 locations, $1,453 average, $55,916,622, four weeks.

9. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid," Fox, $3,979,641, 2,453 locations, $1,622 average, $53,636,368, four weeks.

10. "Letters to God," Vivendi, $1,101,204, 897 locations, $1,228 average, $1,101,204, one week.

11. "Shutter Island," Paramount, $885,288, 869 locations, $1,019 average, $125,001,481, eight weeks.

12. "Avatar," Fox, $844,651, 454 locations, $1,860 average, $743,688,973, 17 weeks.

13. "The Ghost Writer," Summit, $822,351, 565 locations, $1,455 average, $12,293,735, eight weeks.

14. "She's Out of My League," Paramount, $645,893, 765 locations, $844 average, $30,122,867, five weeks.

15. "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo," Music Box Films, $554,661, 126 locations, $4,402 average, $2,183,555, four weeks.

16. "Green Zone," Universal, $534,180, 614 locations, $870 average, $34,218,045, five weeks.

17. "The Runaways," Apparition, $469,260, 204 locations, $2,300 average, $2,517,227, four weeks.

18. "Greenberg," Focus, $420,938, 171 locations, $2,462 average, $2,943,653, four weeks.

19. "Our Family Wedding," Fox Searchlight, $386,291, 343 locations, $1,126 average, $19,360,257, five weeks.

20. "Hubble 3D," Warner Bros., $354,967, 41 locations, $8,658 average, $2,765,774, four weeks.

Be sure to look at our Clash of the Titans and Date night reviews coming soon to the review page.

Clash At the Box Office

Clash of the Titans Kraken
This weekend Steve Carell and Tina Fey from Date Night are in a box-office clash with the gods of Mount Olympus. All bragging rights for the weekend were too close to call on Sunday, actually 20th Century Fox estimated about a $27.1 million opening for Carell and Fey's comedy "Date Night" and Warner Bros reporting the action tale "Clash of the Titans" at $26.9 million. Rankings will be sorted out Monday when studios release final numbers, which can vary by $1 million or more for some films compared with Sunday estimates.Warner executives said they tracked "Clash of the Titans" as # 1 for a second straight weekend, with "Date Night" trailing by about $1 million."I'm not complaining about it," said Dan Fellman, head of distribution for Warner. "They're certainly entitled to their own projection, and we'll see. Maybe they're right and we're wrong. Monday will tell."

Photo finishes are rare for the # 1 spot at the box office, where one movie usually is the clear winner.
Tina and Steve During a Date Night scene
Weekend projections include fairly hard figures for Friday and Saturday but estimates for how much a movie will take in on Sunday. Studios base those estimates on such factors as how similar movies performed in past weekends.Studios sometimes grumble that competitors inflate their Sunday numbers to make a debut look stronger.You can't do that," said Bert Livingston, a 20th Century Fox distribution executive. "What you do is you look up history, you come up with your best-guess scenario. The number is the number. Whatever it is, if it ends up being # 1 or 5 or 6, we just estimate our numbers."Winning the top spot at the box office is a valuable marketing edge, allowing a studio to proclaim its release as the #1 movie in advertising through the following weekend.

Even if rankings change on Monday, it's often the Sunday figures that linger in the minds of movie fans, who may not bother to check out the final numbers a day later."That's why everyone wants to be # 1 on Sunday, because with the Internet, by Monday, it's kind of old news," said Paul Dergarabedian, box-office analyst for"Date Night" casts Carell and Fey as a married couple whose attempt to spice up their romantic life leads to misadventure after thugs mistake them for blackmailers."Clash of the Titans" features Sam Worthington as a warrior caught in a battle between men and the gods in ancient Greece. The movie raised its 10-day total to $110.5 million.Running a close # 3 was DreamWorks Animation's "How to Train Your Dragon," which took in $25.4 million, lifting its 17-day total to $133.9 million.

In narrower release, Vivendi Entertainment's inspirational drama "Letters to God" opened at # 10 with $1.3 million. The movie centers on a boy who writes letters to God to help cope with his fight against cancer.
Estimated ticket sales for Friday through Sunday at U.S. and Canadian theaters, according to Final figures will be released Monday.

1. "Date Night," $27.1 million.

2. "Clash of the Titans," $26.9 million.

3. "How to Train Your Dragon," $25.4 million.

4. "Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too?", $11 million.

5. "The Last Song," $10 million.

6. "Alice in Wonderland," $5.6 million.

7. "Hot Tub Time Machine," $5.4 million.

8. "The Bounty Hunter," $4.3 million.

9. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid," $4.1 million

10. "Letters to God," $1.3 million

Just Cause The Game Rocks

Turbo Exp will now be giving awards for game of the month. There are five categories, gold, silver,bronze,platnum, and game of the month.
Here are this months nominees:

Just Cause 2

Battlefield Badcompany 2
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2
Mass Effect 2
Final Fantasy 13
                                                        Halo Reach
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10 Things You Can Do With A Broken iTouch/iPhone

Just to make this clear, this post shows ten things you can do with a broken iTouch. Not ten things you can do with a jail broken iTouch. Have a broken iTouch? Don't? Well wether you do or don,t this post should be informative. So don't feel sorry for yourself just read. Here are ten things we have discovered you can do with a broken iTouch.

1. Use it as a paper weight
2. Use it as a mirror
3. Use it to protect you from the sun
4. Use it as safety padding
5. Sell it
6. Use it as a weapon
7. Make people jealous
8. Recycle it
9. Use it as a ball or disc
10. Burn it for fun
 *Bonus- Fix it!!!!!
You see. Don't cry just try, try, oh ya and try.