The Huawei Watch 2 is the first smartwatch in Australia that supports 4G, and that's just one of its many tricks. Running Android Wear, it's simple but powerful. This is the first watch you can use properly without your phone in Australia — and that comes in handy more often than you'd think.
In the wake of Donald Trump's refusal to simply condemn the actions of white supremacists at a neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville, business leaders, politicians, pundits, and many more have issued statements making it clear that racism can not be tolerated. But not everyone has called out the man who is emboldening white supremacists with his tacit approval. Apple CEO Tim Cook just did.
Overachievers, this mob.
Australian Scientists have had a busy week - but that hasn't stopped them from helping to solve the mystery of what causes exploding stars - used to measure the accelerating expansion of the Universe.
On Wednesday, a Facebook employee in Nigeria shared footage of a minor inconvenience that he says speaks to tech's larger diversity problem. In the video, a white man and a dark-skinned black man both try to get soap from a soap dispenser. The soap dispenses for the white man, but not the darker skinned man. After a bit of laughter, a person can be overheard chucking, "too black!"
Nearly all the major technology services we've come to rely on have been negligent in enforcing their own user protection guidelines. Repeated calls to act on the Terms of Service these companies outlined for themselves without any meaningful response has arguably emboldened the worst elements taking root on them — with years of simmering hatred brought to boil this weekend in Charlottesville.
Cable giant HBO's very embarrassing 2017 has continued to get more embarrassing. Hacker squad OurMine Security Group compromised Game of Thrones' Twitter account, posting a message to its 6 million plus followers saying "Hi, OurMine are here, we are just testing your security."
Video: What Happened to Monday, which drops on Netflix Friday, is a dystopian sci-fi film where families are only allowed one child to curb the world's exploding population. However, one father decides his identical septuplets all deserve to live. So he hides them, raises them, and names each of them after a day of the week.
Video: You probably don't even remember that the 2010 movie Skyline exists. It's one of those sci-fi movies that came and went very quickly because it was just so, so bad. Today, though, we have a trailer for Beyond Skyline, which seems like a spin-off sequel, and the trailer is surprisingly awesome.
This spring, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Steven Spielberg's classic science fiction film, turns 40. Celebrating that milestone is Close Encounters of the Third Kind: The Ultimate Visual History, a richly detailed tome packed with concept art, behind-the-scenes photos, storyboards,and interviews. We have excerpts that detail a number of iconic moments.
Ben Curtis, AKA the "Dude, you're getting a Dell" guy, served as Dell Computer's pitchman for years and remains one of the most iconic symbols of the company. Yesterday, Dell CEO Michael Dell insisted on remaining part of a (now-dissolved) presidential council while many others resigned in protest following Trump's vigorous defence of a white supremacist rally that left a young woman dead. So we decided to ask the former face of the company how he feels about the situation.
By this point, you should know who killed Jason Blossom and kept all of Riverdale's sultry, suspicious citizens in a state of low-grade terror for the better part of the show's first season. Next season, though, it seems as if there might be an all-new, much creepier murderer with a connection to the Blossoms in town.