Christopher Nolan's relentless World War II drama Dunkirk is in theatres this weekend, telling a fictional story of the very real British defeat against Nazi Germany in France and subsequent retreat from Europe at the start of the war. Here's the history behind what you see, and what you don't see in Dunkirk.
You might pay top-dollar for your Wi-Fi connection, but it probably doesn't feel that way when your connection cuts out around the house. That's why NetSpot Home is a essential for keeping tabs on your network's performance.
Matt Murdock's Catholic upbringing and his deep feelings of guilt are just as important to Daredevil as his enhanced senses. So it shouldn't be a shock to see Matt take confession in this new clip from the first episode of The Defenders — although it is kind of surprising that even the priest would like him to stop torturing himself.
Three years late and costing $US13 billion ($16 billion), the USS Gerald R. Ford has finally been commissioned at Norfolk Naval Station in Virginia. The latest aircraft carrier to join the American fleet has been burdened with — and this may shock you, considering we are talking about defence spending — cost overruns and significant delays. Despite being commissioned, it will be at least four years before the carrier will be able to deploy and truly become part of the fleet.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the very first production Model 3 on his personal Twitter two weeks ago, and since then we haven't heard very much about it. Tesla is probably holding out for its big delivery event this upcoming week, but a Tesla fan has already managed to get a close up video of the car.
As Supernatural enters its 13th season, with fans unsure of how long the series can continue, the show's planning an episode about the Wayward Sisters, a group of orphaned young women led by Sheriff Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) who will emerge as a force against the supernatural — and producers hope that it could become a full-fledged spinoff set in the Supernatural universe.
When it comes to homebrew projects, Google is actually a pretty cool company. Unlike some of its rivals in Silicon Valley — particularly in Cupertino — the search giant sometimes likes to help people hack into its hardware and make it their own. The latest example of this fine tradition helped one crafty British man turn a vintage intercom into a working version of a Google Home.
When Syfy's Superman prequel show Krypton was first announced, everyone thought it was going to be a basic trip back into the past of Superman's origin story before his homeworld went kablammo. It's still that, of course but its Comic-Con panel just revealed that how we get to Jor-El shooting a baby into outer space is going to be so much weirder than you would have guessed.
Remember at the start of the year, when George R.R. Martin told the world he really thought Winds of Winter would be out in 2017, and for a brief moment, your heart was filled with hope that soon the continuation of A Song of Ice and Fire would finally be here? Oh, my sweet summer children.
Kids and adults, young and old, for recreation and for rehabilitation - video games are now firmly cemented into the daily lives of Australians, with new research showing 67 per cent of us are gaming.
Smashing the stereotype of "mindless fun", video games are increasingly turned to as a way to stimulate, socialise and positively benefit mental health.
The government of the UK said on Saturday all drones larger than 250 grams will need to be registered with the Department of Transport following a report by aviation authorities drones as small as 400 grams could damage helicopter windshields. Drone owners will also be required to pass a "safety awareness test" demonstrating they understand UK rules on safety and privacy.
Star Trek: Discovery takes place 10 years before the events of The Original Series, meaning it could easily stand on its own, apart from the rest of the franchise. However, we just learned at San Diego Comic-Con that there's a surprising, weird, and somewhat concerning family connection that producers promise won't break Trek's canon... though it's hard to see how.
Flo Steinberg, one of the earliest Marvel employees and an American indie comics icon, has passed away. When Marvel Comics began, she and Stan Lee were the company's first and only employees; as Lee's secretary and assistant, she responded to fan mail, helped manage Marvel's small offices with Lee, and ran the Merry Marvel Marching Society, Marvel's first fan club, and saw the company transform into the pop culture icon it is today from the ground up.
More than 2.3 million vehicles in Australia have been included in a recall of airbags made by Japanese manufacturer Takata in the last eight years. The airbags are in 60 makes of cars sold in Australia, including Honda, Toyota, BMW, Mitsubishi, Subaru, Lexus, Jeep, Nissan, Chrysler, and Dodge.
Here's how to check if your car's airbag has been recalled.
Considering how season two of Legends of Tomorrow turned the show into one of the best, goofiest shows on TV, I'm very pleased to report that season three looks like more of the same in a very good way.
At the end of The Flash's third season, out of nowhere Barry Allen was forced to give himself up to the Speedforce, lest Central City be destroyed. Now, much of this new trailer for season four is about how the team at Star Labs tries to move on in Barry's absences.