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Playing young Han Solo has probably been a dream for thousands of young actors who auditioned for the part, but Alden Ehrenreich is the chosen one to portray the beloved Star Wars character in an upcoming spinoff movie. Little did you know that some of your favorite stars may have also auditioned for the role… at least, they did in Conan’s universe. More →
One of the most frustrating non-issues in all of our lives is trying to decide what to watch on Netflix. Even as the library continues to shrink, there are still thousands of movies and TV shows to sort through, with more original series, films, stand up acts and documentaries being added each and every month.
But what if there was a bot that could do the deciding for you?
There’s nothing quite as sad as that moment when the gigantic smile on your face as you finish setting up your brand new HDTV turns into an even more monumental frown when you first power it on. It’s not that there’s anything wrong with the picture quality, and you know the size is perfect because you measure the space 12 times before you ordered your new flat-screen. No, it’s that crummy low-quality sound coming out of the built-in speakers that has you upset.
Don’t worry, the BGR Deals team is here to make it all better. Right now on Amazon, you can snag a brand new BÖHM 60W BT 4.0 Connectivity 3 Audio Modes Sound Bar with Bass Technology for $83 shipped. More →
When DC revealed that it would be building its own movie universe, comic book fans the world over held their collective breath. It’s not that we expected the DC Extended Universe to fail, we just knew how big of an undertaking it would be, and how easy it could be to screw it all up by rushing things.
Based on the critical reaction to Batman v Superman, fans were right to be cautious. But Dawn of Justice wasn’t the first (or the only) high profile mistake DC made.
How many charging cables have you gone through? While we can shore up our phones’ defenses with cases, there’s not much we can do for their charging cables–until you encase them in steel, that is.
You can get the virtually indestructible Titan Charging Cable courtesy of the BGR Store, at a savings of up to 25%. More →
After getting off to a rocky start yesterday as Bernie Sanders’ supporters vented their frustrations, the Democratic National Convention has calmed down considerably on Tuesday, due in large part to the fact that Sanders was able to speak to his delegates for over half an hour from the main stage last night.
The inclusion of Paul Simon, Sarah Silverman and Michelle Obama didn’t hurt either, but that was just day one. So what’s in store for day two?
In an interesting turn of events, Mobileye disclosed during a recent earnings conference call that its multi-year partnership with Tesla is coming to an end. For those unfamiliar, Mobileye is an Israeli-based company that provides the sensors and a good deal of the underlying technology behind Tesla’s Autopilot software. Specifically, the company’s EyeQ System-on-Chip solution was used to power features such as traffic sign recognition, late departure detection and more.
Medical technology company Ava is touting a fertility bracelet that works with a smartphone app.
The tracker device, which is FDA approved, is worn at night. While the wearer is sleeping, it collects three million data points related to the reproductive hormones estradiol and progesterone, including pulse and temperature.
Remember back in April when we told you about a nifty trick that let you completely change the look of your iPhone’s home screen without having to jailbreak your device? For some odd reason, using a very small image as the wallpaper on your iPhone caused iOS to hiccup and display all of your device’s folder icons as circles rather than the standard rounded squares.
Well, this bizarre glitch is back and it still works on the latest version of iOS, which Apple just released last week. More →
In an announcement today, President Obama unveiled his new policy for handling “cyber incidents.” It’s different from Future President Trump’s opinions on “the cybers,” mostly because there’s some actual plans in there.
Most notably, the confusing turf war over which agency gets to do what has been sorted out. Moving forwards, the FBI will be the lead agency responding to any “cyber incidents.”
We love dual purpose flash drives that add removable storage to a PC or a smartphone with one device, but they can often be a tad bulky for our taste. That’s not the case with the Sony 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive for Smartphone and Tablets. This tiny device is barely bigger than an actual thumbnail but it packs a standard USB 3.0 port as well as a microUSB plug to fit almost any Android phone or tablet out there. And best of all, it’s on sale for just $17 right now. More →
An Autopiloted Tesla that fatally crashed in Florida in May was being driven at 74 in a 65 zone, according to a preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board. The crash has caused all sorts of debates, with some parties calling for Tesla to deactivate its Autopilot program, and the SEC investigating Tesla for securities fraud surrounding the crash.
The NTSB report is a little short on most details. But one thing it does confirm is that the car was speeding, doing nine miles an hour over the posted speed limit. Given that the crash occurred on a straight section of road, with no restrictions on visibility, and the Tesla was travelling at a very reasonable speed for the road, we can virtually rule out “speeding” as the root cause of this accident.