I'm calling it — this is the most important episode of the season thus far. Find out why!
Don't let their appearance fool you: these Toy Block USB Drives combine all the charm of your favorite childhood building blocks with the handiness of a portable hard drive for working adults.
Every time a new platform comes out, the gadget world runs headfirst into a vicious Catch-22: How do you get people to adopt new technology when there isn't any content, and if there isn't anyone using the tech, how do you convince developers to make content for that platform? Recently, we've seen this situation unfold for VR headsets like the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. Despite both systems' ability to evoke profound jaw-dropping reactions from those who've tried it, VR is still too expensive and thin on content for people to really care.
If you go out to the movies these days with your friends or family, you can barely watch one without breaking the bank. At home, you can binge as many as you want — on your big TV, in your comfy clothes. Turning your living room into the place to be — whether you're on your own or with company — for a movie- and TV-watching marathon is a smart and fun idea that saves you money and stress. Here's what you need to make that happen.
An intriguing video appeared on the Chinese social network Weibo today. It shows a man wearing one rubber glove feeding an Apple-branded device into a machine and then touching the Apple logo with his ungloved index finger. When he does, code scampers across a display at his work station. Is this our first peek at the new TouchID sensor on the iPhone? I don't know. Do I want this mystery device that might not even exist? Yep.
"Real question: does anyone I know clean their underwear in a kettle when travelling?"
Scrolling through social media this morning, these 14 words, in one foul swoop, ruined every relaxing cup of tea I've ever had in a hotel room.
My mind was racing. Who would do this? Why?
And is it really as gross as it sounds? I reached out to some experts on the matter to find out if the simple fact the underwear is literally boiling means this actually a safe thing to do, or nah.
At last, the Joker is getting his own movie. It will star a yet-to-be-cast actor, good news for anyone who was turned off by Jared Leto's interpretation of the character in Suicide Squad. And it will be an origin story that pays stylistic homage to 1980s Martin Scorsese films — with the legendary director himself producing.
An iconic Spider-Man adversary could appear in a weird way in Silver and Black. Charlie Cox discusses the comic book influences behind Daredevil's third season. The Hellboy reboot is close to recruiting another member of its supernatural cop squad. Plus, new clips from Killyjoys, and more Inhumans posters. Spoilers now!
Video: Finally — after weeks of surreal teasers and yesterday's opening-credits reveal, which actually revealed nothing — we have a real trailer for American Horror Story: Cult. Sarah Paulson's bloodcurdling shriek upon realising that Donald Trump has been elected president is truly terrifying. And relatable.
Axon (the company formerly known as Taser) claims that their stun guns have only directly killed 24 people, and that those deaths were due to falls or fires related to the strikes, not because of shocks to the body. But a new investigative report by Reuters found 1005 cases in the United States where a person died after police used the weapon on them.
Video: In Julius Horsthuis' short film Recurrence, he takes the audience on a slow descent into a sprawling metropolis he's created. But as you get closer and closer to the city, and try to make out details such as houses and skyscrapers, you start to realise that those tiny details only reveal more of the same, and that your descent is never going to end.
Move over Jupiter and Saturn, a crap load of diamonds could be found in two of the most mysterious places in the Solar System: Uranus and Neptune. Researchers using the Linac Coherent Light Source at Stanford have demonstrated in the lab — with one of the brightest sources of X-rays on the planet — that the depths of these ice giants are perfect for the formation of diamonds.