Today is Oscars day. Are you ready for La La Land to clean up? Even though Hidden Figures should win pretty much everything, and not just because it's about rockets?
As well as relaunching the 3310 (seriously), Nokia announced a whole new generation of smartphones at Mobile World Congress overnight - the Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3.
A familiar voice returns to Guardians of the Galaxy. Joe Carnahan is aiming for an R-rated take on Uncharted. There's new confusion about Logan getting a post-credits scene. Plus, the return of Dean Cain on Supergirl, what's to come on Flash and Arrow, and a new look at Sense8 season two. To me, my spoilers!
Earlier this month, ZeniMax won a $US500 ($651) million lawsuit against Oculus and its parent company Facebook. The court ruled that the VR headset manufacturer had indeed violated the company's copyrights and a non-disclosure agreement. That half a billion looks like it wasn't enough because ZeniMax wants blood. It has now filed an injunction demanding all products using the infringing code be removed from sale.
The latest teaser for Doctor Who's 10th season gives us an inside look at Bill, the Doctor's latest companion. She knows he's "the most dangerous man in the universe" and it could result in her demise, but she's cool with it because fun times. It's probably a good thing, because they might be hitting a hard restart on the franchise next year.
Recently, the website Natural News had roughly 140,000 of its pages de-listed from Google. Now, the site's owner, Mike "The Health Ranger" Adams, is crying foul. He claims that companies like Google are "anti-Trump globalists" who are waging a war against speakers of truth like Milo Yiannopoulos and InfoWars. But the evidence suggests there's no anti-conspiracy-website conspiracy here.
Robert Zemeckis has been hit or miss for almost two decades. But in the eighties, he was on fire. Along with Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit is just one of those movies that remains great no matter how many years pass and its technical achievements are still a marvel. But why does it work so well?