Just because the Google I/O 2016 keynote ended doesn’t mean that Google is done making announcements. Shortly after the keynote wrapped up, the company revealed that an upcoming update for the Android Auto app will bring the entire experience to the phone, allowing anyone to use the platform in their car. More →
We’ve already seen a few big announcements from Google at the annual I/O keynote in Mountain View, California, but the company’s not done yet. Following the reveals of Google Assistant, Google Home, Allo and Duo, Google has finally turned to Android N, the next major software update for the mobile OS.
There are plenty of worthwhile shows airing this summer, but Preacher is one you might want to keep an eye on. Based on the comics by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon, Preacher follows a reformed criminal trying to get his life back on track by returning to his home town and taking over as preacher for his late father’s congregation.
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you probably heard that Sony Pictures Entertainment is releasing an all-female Ghostbusters sequel/reboot later this summer. You might have also heard that the internet hasn’t been reacting all that well to the news of the movie’s existence.
We’ve been desperate to know more about Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ever since the title was revealed last March, but other than releasing a trailer, Disney has been frustratingly tight-lipped.
Thankfully, they can’t keep all the inevitable merchandise at bay forever, as evidenced by the fact that a preview for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story: The Official Visual Story Guide made its way online this week.
Although it initially passed Apple’s certification process, System and Security Info has been removed from the App Store a week after its release. As developer Stefan Esser explains, the app was capable of providing a detailed rundown of the running processes on an iPhone as well as detecting malware and security anomalies that would otherwise remain hidden from users. More →
Have you ever wondered why it costs so much to fly?
With summer approaching, you’re probably checking travel sites on a daily basis in order to secure tickets at a reasonable price. But if you have a spouse and children to account for, chances are you’ll be paying at least $1,000 no matter where or when you’re going. So why exactly are ticket prices so steep?
After years of deliberation, it appears that Twitter is finally going to stop counting links and photos toward its 140-character limit in tweets. A person familiar with the matter tells Bloomberg that although it hasn’t been made public, the company has reached a decision, and the update could hit within the next two weeks.
With HBO and Netflix dominating the conversation as of late, it’s easy to forget that there are other networks pumping out worthwhile shows on a regular basis.
The fandom surrounding comic book movies is as intense as any fandom on the planet. Captain America: Civil War has taken Marvel’s total box office haul over $10 billion while the DC hopeful and the Marvel faithful have been going at it ever since Batman v Superman was pilloried by critics all around the world.
But all the intensity surrounding these movies might have been worth it, just so we could see Funny Or Die’s Captain America: Civil War Reenactors.
Marvel and DC have competed at comic book shops and newsstands for decades, but the stakes are higher than ever as the two brands compete at the box office.
With marketing and promotion included, the production budget of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was likely north of $400 million, which makes its impressive $860 million worldwide haul slightly less impressive. But failing to hit $1 billion isn’t the biggest mistake DC has ever made.
In fact, it’s not even close.