Game of Thrones Season 6: New Director Shares Inside Look At What's to Come
BGR's exclusive interview with Game of Thrones season 6 director Jack Bender gives fans a tiny taste of things to come...
One of the most highly anticipated handsets of the year is the OnePlus 2, a device that’s expected to offer a high-end smartphone experience for a bargain price, just like its predecessor. A number of leaks have likely already revealed plenty of information on the design and specs of the upcoming handset. But now, new information found on the official Bluetooth certification site and in a recent benchmark test give us even more details about the unreleased phone. More →
The summer of Netflix originals marches onward with the debut of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, a follow-up that fans have been clamoring for since the early 2000s. Sadly, we’re going to have to wait until the end of the month before we can see the continuing adventures of these ridiculous “teenagers.” More →
There were few third-party games as anticipated as Star Wars Battlefront at E3 2015. I wasn’t as pleased with the reboot as I’d expected to be, but I only had a chance to play a single match on a single map. Battlefront only really thrives once you get a hang of the character classes and learn the maps backwards and forwards.
Unfortunately, we aren’t going to have that opportunity for another few months, but there are gamers out there who are currently participating in the closed alpha, and one of them decided to share some footage from the game. More →
It’s sure been a while since we’ve heard anything regarding Apple’s alleged car plans. Earlier this year, if you recall, The Wall Street Journal reported that Tim Cook had authorized the creation of a 1,000 person team tasked with exploring the development of an electric vehicle capable of competing with Tesla.
The 4th of July is almost upon us and in case your non-American friends don’t exactly understand why it’s so important to you, you might as well tell them that it stands for “the day we celebrate our independence through alcoholism, concussive explosions, and by scaring the s**t out of our pets.” More →
“I’ll give you my Mac when you pry it from my cold, dead hands” — might be the mantra of most Mac users. I can say that the new Dell XPS 13 is good enough to pry a MacBook from my — albeit animate — hands. I’ve been using the redesigned 2015 XPS 13 for the last several months and it was surprisingly easy to relegate my MacBook to backup status.
Here’s why: More →
Here in America, we love our friendly neighbors to the north. We don’t always understand everything they say, but we still love them. Canada is a vast and beautiful country full of gorgeous landscapes and forests as far as the eye can see. It’s also full of fun little colloquialisms that can be very quirky to anyone outside of Canada. More →
Life is hard, and it only gets harder. Bad things happen to good people; national governments refuse to treat their citizens with respect; your ex goes Facebook official with someone new just four days after you broke up. The only thing holding our lives together are the simple pleasures, but this week, one of those simple pleasures was taken away. More →
After months of anticipation, Apple Music is finally out in the wild. Thus far, initial reviews of Apple’s foray into the streaming music business have been largely positive, aside from a few expected software glitches that will hopefully be ironed out in the coming days.
Of course, Apple Music is entering an already saturated market currently dominated by Spotify. What’s more, Spotify, in addition to being beloved by millions of users, has a multi-year head start on Apple Music.
All of this begs the question: How does Apple Music compare to Spotify?
One of the best features of any music streaming service is the ability to save songs, albums and playlists for offline listening. Like any other streaming music service, Apple Music can certainly eat through a good amount of data if you use it often.
With the launch of Apple Music, plenty of three-month free trial subscribers are anxious to test everything out, but rather than fiddle around with the controls, let us explain exactly how to save music to listen offline. More →
There is no faster, more efficient source of news in the modern day than the Internet, but, as you well know, not everyone is interested in telling the truth. In fact, it’s easier than ever for a prank or a hoax to go viral in the age of the Internet, and the more channels we have in which to communicate, the faster this nonsense can spread.
Samsung wasn’t the first company to launch a smartphone with a supersized screen, but it would be hard to argue that the South Korean smartphone company didn’t popularize the category. Samsung’s Galaxy Note line brought phablets to the mainstream, and phones that would have once been considered massive are now the norm.
Interestingly though, the sleekest and most exciting phablet Samsung has ever made seemingly isn’t a member of the popular Note family. Instead, it looks like Samsung is about to supersize its best-ever flagship phone — but as hot as the new model is shaping up to be, a new leak also suggests it’s going to be huge. More →
Windows 7 and Windows 8 users probably know by now that Windows 10 is coming on July 29th – the company did its best to ensure that by providing information prompts and starting reservations. But the actual upgrade, which is going to be available as a free download to consumers (not companies) using one of these two Windows versions, might take a while to reach everyone’s PCs. More →