Over the past few weeks, you’ve been inundated with news about Thanksgiving, Christmas and Black Friday sales events. It can be overwhelming, but thanks to IBM’s new Watson Trend app, you can begin planning your shopping excursions based on which items you need to pick up first, before anything on your list sells out. More →
We’re halfway through yet another week of daily deals from Walmart as we march toward Black Friday 2015. At this point, you probably know the spiel: Walmart is offering up 10 new deals every day until Black Friday, November 27th. We’ve been picking out five or six of the best deals we could find and sharing them on the site.
More than three months after sharing the original teaser video this summer, Paramount Pictures has finally released the first official trailer for Zoolander 2. And if you were worried it was going to be any less ridiculous than its prequel, we have some good news for you — it’s definitely, definitely not.
It’s been a few weeks since I last sat down and played Grand Theft Auto V. Although it’s still one of my favorite games of both this generation and last, some of the allure has worn off after completing the campaign and spending countless hours trolling other players in the robust online mode. But after seeing this video, I now know what could rope me back in.
Every day I visit Walmart’s Daily Savings Center expecting to find a disappointing assortment of deals in the lead up to Black Friday, but up to this point, the retailer has yet to fail me. Until it does, we’ll keep sharing the best electronics and gaming deals available, so read on to see what Walmart has added to its list today.
When you look at the storage breakdown on your mobile device, chances are good that your photos take up a bulk of space on your hard drive. It can be especially frustrating if you have a 16GB or 32GB phone or tablet, but the latest Google Photos update could help you free up storage space without forcing you to move data off of your device. More →
After spending several hours with the Star Wars Battlefront beta earlier this fall, I wasn’t convinced that EA and DICE had been able to rekindle the magic of the original series. I was also willing to give the small slice of the game available during the beta the benefit of the doubt. After all, Battlefront and Battlefront II thrived on mountains of content.
Sadly, the new Battlefront comes up a little short in that regard. More →
Although there are a few stragglers remaining before 2015 comes to a close, most of the year’s biggest game releases have already launched. And it’s been a great year for gaming by and large, with many of our favorite franchises returning and a few original IPs taking the industry by storm, but now it’s time to look forward to year three of the new generation. More →
Just when you thought the last of the Black Friday 2015 ads might have finally leaked, there’s something new to peruse. On Monday, we got a glimpse at the official Black Friday ad for Overstock.com, another online retailer that hopes to compete with Amazon, eBay and others over the holiday season. More →
“Based on a true story.”
It’s a phrase that we rarely take too seriously when we see it flash across the screen in a movie theater, but nevertheless, directors constantly feel the need to let the audience know that their films were pulled from our reality, rather than the realities we see in blockbuster hits like Jurassic World, The Avengers or Avatar.
But every once in a while, films won’t advertise their connection to our world.
Over the past few years, virtual assistants have become a standard feature on mobile and desktop devices alike. Siri is still a fixture in Apple’s advertising campaigns for the iPhone and iPad, and Cortana has gone from a neat addition to Windows Phone to a key feature of Windows 10 (and coming soon to iOS devices as well).
But although Microsoft’s and Apple’s assistants make most of the headlines, Google’s own search functionality has quietly been making huge improvements as well. More →
Other than the endless lines, the early hours and the lightening of your wallet, the worst thing about Black Friday might be the fact that we have to wait until the end of the month to start taking advantage of great deals.
We’ve already seen advertisements from a majority of the biggest U.S. retailers, but we still have to wait nearly two weeks before we can start shopping. That is, unless we’re shopping at PC Richard & Son. More →