Some alleged pics of the Galaxy Watch 3: model number SM-R840 (left) and SM-R850 (right). (Screenshot: Samsung (via Naver))

Here’s a First Glimpse at Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 3

We’ve been hearing rumours about all the devices — including a brand new smartwatch — that Samsung might show off at its upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event. But new leaked photos may have just given us the first look at the Galaxy Watch 3.

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My Dad Rewrote His Will in Case He Dies Alone

Are you a frontline worker dealing with new stresses or irresponsible management? Is working (or not working) from home starting to take a psychological toll? How are you coping with reopening? Submit a story using this Google form or send me an email with the subject line “My Covid Story” and…

Nimue wielding Excalibur. (Image: Netflix)

Cursed’s First Trailer Is a Waterlogged Arthurian Bloodbath

Even though reimaginings of Arthurian legends almost always centrally focus on a lake of some sort, Netflix’s new trailer for its adaptation of Frank Miller and Tom Wheeler’s Cursed demonstrates that these stories are still very much seen as an endless well for action-packed stories about war, magic, and revolution.

Human Fossils Shouldn’t Just Belong to Whoever Digs Them Up

All humans alive today can claim a common ancestral link to some hominin. Hominins include modern humans, extinct human species, and all our immediate ancestors. Recent discoveries of hominin remains, including the skull of a Homo erectus in South Africa, have generated high levels of interest from the public and…

Electric Truck Startup Founder Is Mad Online And Wants A Reporter Fired

Today, a story about Nikola, a startup that is valued in the billions despite having no revenue, appeared on Bloomberg, headlined “Nikola Founder Exaggerated the Capability of His Debut Truck.” Within about an hour, Nikola’s founder was rage-tweeting, calling for the author of the story to be fired and promising…

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Was That So Hard, Zoom?

Video chat service Zoom will finally add end-to-end encryption to calls placed by users on the free version of its service, weeks after announcing it would only be available to premium users who shelled out for the privilege.

We don't know what Del Toro's Pinocchio is going to look like, so here's the man himself at last year's TIFF, being delightful, presumably. (Photo:  Matt Winkelmeyer, Getty Images)

Ewan McGregor Teases His Role in Guillermo Del Toro’s Take on Pinocchio

Another day, another look behind the production of Avatar 2. Saint Maud wants to be one of the first films to debut theatrically amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Creepshow is getting a new script order to get early work started on season three. Plus, the Justice Society assembles on Stargirl,…

The Dalek fleet ravages the Citadel in the final days of the Time War. (Image: BBC)

The Timey-Wimey History of Doctor Who’s Time War

The Last Great Time War. Those five words have hung over Doctor Who ever since it was revived in 2005: an earth-shattering conflict that saw the Doctor’s people, the Time Lords, pitted against the Daleks. It’s been started, ended, revived, and discussed across Who media for years, and will be…

US Senator Josh Hawley, Republican from Missouri, speaks during the Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Hearings to examine implementation of Title I of the CARES Act on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC on June 10, 2020.  (Photo: Al Drago, Getty)

New Legislation Isn’t Going to Make Silicon Valley Sweat

U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley, one of Facebook’s most vocal critics on Capitol Hill, introduced new legislation on Wednesday that would purportedly chip away at the limited liability shield that protects social media giants from being sued for content moderation decisions.

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Read Creatures of Charm and Hunger: Chapter 16

Two years ago, Gizmodo shared author Molly Tanzer’s Victorian fantasy novel Creatures of Will & Temper in serialised excerpts. And now we’ve got good news for fans of the author, not to mention fans of free books: We’re doing it again, with her newest title! Check out chapter sixteen today.

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You Should Really Update Your BIOS

The BIOS (or Basic Input/Output System) is what kicks into gear when you turn on your computer: It’s the most fundamental level of software there is on your machine, checking that all the system components are working and in the right place, and loading up the main OS. The BIOS…

This Is The Real-World Range Of The Cheapest EV In The World

When it comes to electric cars, arguably the most important number is the range. How far can the car go between charging is a much bigger deal in the real world than the 0-60 time or top speed or how many BPMs the vibrating seats will do or anything like…

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Check Out These Amazing Brubaker Box Promo Materials

I’m astoundingly fortunate. I’ve worked hard to get here, but I’m now in a place where my ridiculous automotive obsessions are literally my job, and part of that job means that, sometimes, I get to actually interact with some automotive heroes that I never thought I would. One of those…

OK, I gotta milk this bomb photo Sam Rutherford took of me in the Bose Frames one last time 'cause Bose AR is dead.  (Photo: Sam Rutherford, Gizmodo)

RIP, Bose AR, We Hardly Knew Ye

Bose seemed like a company that had a slightly different, incredibly interesting vision for augmented reality. It was different from other tech companies’ approaches — Bose put AR in its Bose Frames sunglasses, but it wasn’t like the AR glasses or headsets that are already on the market. In lieu of…

Lego’s Super Mario Is Perfect If You Suck at the Video Games

Approximately 40,000 years ago, back in March when time still had meaning, Lego and Nintendo made nerds weep with joy when the companies announced their first collaboration: a high-tech Super Mario that lets you build real-life video game levels for out of Lego bricks. A real-life Mario Maker, if you will….